Firefighting and Emegency Response

Based on an emergency call, an Emergency Communication Center issues an alert, dispatching equipment and personnel to the incident. Emergency Responders receive the alert and initiate transit to the fireground. Addressing the situation to the best of their ability, fire fighters work to control the fire and ensure the safety of building occupants. An incident commander (IC) arrives on scene to manage fireground operations.

Available information on the situation becomes apparent piecemeal—neither collected nor processed in a systematic fashion. Teams of fire fighters independently analyze their immediate situation based on local observations and available data.

The IC uses information from these teams and past experiences to build a mental model of the entire fireground and to issue commands. If the model is incorrect, or if the commands are misunderstood or misinterpreted, problems could escalate. Scenes like this play out hundreds of times a day in fire departments across the country Independent data collection, analysis, and action lead to limited coordination and hamper the IC’s ability to optimize tactical decisions.

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