Emergency Reporting Compliant to NFIRS 2009 Requirements

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Emergency Reporting announced the fire, EMS and records management system is NFIRS 2009 compliant, according to Steve Stedman, Chief Technology Officer.

The system upgrade was successfully implemented for all customers to ensure their NFIRS data will be 2009 compliant effective January 1st.

Emergency Reporting announced the fire, EMS and records management system is NFIRS 2009 compliant, according to Steve Stedman, Chief Technology Officer. Emergency Reporting announced the fire, EMS and records management system is NFIRS 2009 compliant, according to Steve Stedman, Chief Technology Officer.

"The system upgrade was successfully implemented for all customers to ensure their NFIRS data will be 2009 compliant effective January 1st." Emergency Reporting customers were not required to install any software or make account modifications." Stedman adds, "the ability to make NFIRS requirements 'live' the first of the year helps first response agencies immediately make the best possible use of their data."

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Emergency Reporting is a provider of web-based fire, EMS and risk assessment services and supports fire rescue, EMS agencies, USMC, Army, Navy, CDC, NASA, nuclear power facilities, airports, refineries and other agencies world-wide. Emergency Reporting is the trade name of Reporting Systems, Inc. a privately held Washington State corporation.

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