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The National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) is a reporting standard that fire departments use to uniformly report on the full range of their activities, from fire to Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to severe weather and natural disasters.
After responding to an incident, a fire department completes the appropriate NFIRS modules. Each module collects a common set of information that describes the nature of the call, the actions firefighters took in response to the call, and the end results, including firefighter and civilian casualties and a property loss estimate.
The fire department submits its all-incident data to the state, tribal or territorial agency responsible for NFIRS data. The agency gathers data from all its participating departments and reports the compiled data to the USFA. The fire department can also submit their data directly to the USFA’s NFIRS National Database through import tools designed specifically for this process.
The NFIRS software is available at no cost to states, tribal, territorial agencies and fire departments.
Contact your state NFIRS program manager or the NFIRS Help Desk to learn more about NFIRS.
Download the NFIRS brochure