Fire Service agencies leverage geographic information to make informed decisions for protecting life and property. Location has always been fundamental to fire service. It influences preplanning activities and improves response capabilities. Use ArcGIS Solutions to understand risks, develop preincident plans, and improve actions taken in response to an incident.
Monitor fire incidents
Fire Incident Dashboard can be used to visualize fire and emergency medical service (EMS) incidents sourced from computer-aided dispatch or records management systems and monitor associated response times.
Produce fire response maps
Inspect fire flow
Identify target hazards
Develop preincident plans
Pre-Incident Plan Coordinator can be used to facilitate the inspection process and manage the creation and assignment of preincident plans.
Pre-Incident Plan Field Inventory can be used to collect hazards, equipment, and supplies needed to deal with a potential incident.
Pre-Incident Plan Dashboard can be used to monitor the preincident planning process and efforts made to improve response activities.
Pre-Incident Plan Locator can be used to locate preincident plans and related fire protection assets near a given location.
Conduct fire safety surveys
AED Inventory can be used to collect and validate the location of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in a community.
AED Locator can be used to share the location of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) with internal stakeholders and the public.
AED Reporter can be used to solicit the location of automated external defibrillators (AEDs) in private buildings from building owners and the public.
Organize foundational data
CAMEO Data Management can be used to organize and manage Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations (CAMEO) data in ArcGIS.
Address Data Management can be used to maintain an authoritative inventory of road centerlines with address ranges, valid road names, site addresses, and related mailing addresses.
Address Field Operations can be used to crowdsource missing address information from stakeholders, manage address fieldwork, and collect and verify address information while in the field.
Administrative Area Data Management can be used to maintain an authoritative inventory of administrative areas (geopolitical areas, school districts and attendance zones, public safety districts, and service boundaries).
Road Closures can be used to maintain an inventory of road closures and communicate closures and detours to travelers.
Engage the public
Special Needs Registry can be used to inventory vulnerable populations whose needs are not fully addressed by traditional service providers and who will need assistance during an emergency incident.
Warming and Cooling Centers can be used to inventory temporary shelters established when extreme cold or heat becomes dangerous to public health and share this information with the public.
Manage special events
Identify flood impact
Flood Impact Analysis can be used to develop localized flooding scenarios and visualize the impact of flooding on public infrastructure, critical facilities, and vulnerable populations.