NASF Wildland Fire

Emergency Reporting (ER) offers a Statewide Solution for reporting State Forestry Department data by combining it with regular NFIRS reports.

ER is one of the few reporting and records management solutions on the market that offers Forestry Incident Reporting. Our add-on module – called the NASF Wildland Fire Module – makes it simple to meet IRWIN and national forestry reporting standards in the same report that you already complete for NFIRS, eliminating double data entry and extra paperwork. This feature supplements NFIRS reporting requirements with additional data points required by NASF and IRWIN. Examples of these fields include ‘Residences Threatened’ and ‘Residences Destroyed”. Check out this KBA to learn more about the additional data points found in the NASF Module and this Virtual Thursday to learn how to use this module.

Main Features and Benefits:

  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Compliant with the upcoming edition of NFPA 950
  • Automatically submit data to IRWIN
  • Powerful system reports and analytics tools
  • Unlimited users per agency
  • Accessibly anywhere, cloud-based, no software to install
  • API integration to third-party patrons
  • Proven statewide fire reporting solution

With the wildland reporting add-on, you’ll also be able to link your wildland incident to an IRWIN incident already submitted by another agency. Additionally, your wildland incidents will automatically be submitted to IRWIN upon completion of the incident report itself. Another benefit of this feature is the ability for your state forestry or wildland department to easily access your wildland data. The state agency can do this by signing up for their own IRWIN account or getting an ER account with state group reporting capabilities.

Read this blog for more info.

Emergency Reporting is a very efficient & extremely user-friendly program. It covers all facets of incident reporting, data storage, pre-planning, inspection data & day to day operations. It empowers our departments to operate at their fullest capacity. Ken Fisk, Chief Deputy State Fire Marshal Bismark, ND

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