Whether your department needs to map hydrant locations for emergencies or just for routine tracking and maintenance, the Hydrant Module is a handy tool for first responders. This module features easy monitoring of maintenance records, flow test data, and manufacturer information. It also includes powerful automation in the form of a Bulk Operations tool that makes fast, […]
Hi, I’m Katie, and I’m part of Emergency Reporting’s Customer Support team. I’ve started a series of blog posts to help you, our awesome customers, take advantage of the knowledge and information available about the ER system. If you missed the first installment, I showed you how to access the online Support Center. Let’s recap and […]
Emergency Reporting is committed to supporting all relevant state and national fire and EMS standards. We are aware of emerging standards from NFORS, but due to recent transition in that group we have not received any specifications. We would welcome contact with any department that has information describing any specific requirement necessary for NFORS.
With the new year upon us, let’s celebrate the wins of 2015 and prepare to make 2016 another successful year. We’re pleased to offer our new years gift to you – The Top 10 Emergency Reporting Tips & Features you need to know as you roll into another full year of serving your communities, managing […]
In today’s day and age, the type of Internet browser you use can almost have as much of an impact on your identity as your favorite lunch spot (there will always be a little rivalry between Jimmy John’s and Subway in the office). Some people swear by Chrome, others prefer Firefox, there are the tried-and-true […]
Safety Analytics was created to help your department measure its compliance with NFPA 1500 by measuring key requirements in the document. A Better Way To Gauge Safety: Measure NFPA 1500 Requirements Part 1 explored the first five gauges of Safety Analytics that measure NFPA 1500 requirements for your department. Keep in mind that these were […]
As a result of our groundbreaking partnership with the University of Texas Arlington, Emergency Reporting is pleased to announce an industry first: a web-based tool to help you manage the health and safety of your most important resource your staff through a tool that helps you measure NFPA 1500 requirements and compliance within your department.