Municipal departments encounter diverse variables when responding to a fire. Considerations include:
- Understanding best possible (and alternate) navigational routes.
- Understanding emergency response personnel that are needed to assist.
- Understanding of building layouts.
- Understanding of water supply access points, building hookups, and cut-offs.
- Understanding of fire attack strategies.
PFP customization can document building layouts in relation to specific hookups and cut-offs to aid in better communications such as where to park a fire engine while at the scene. The application can store pictures of buildings to assist external and internal first responders as they respond to an emergency
Once built, PFP Users have a unique designed tool to aid in navigation throughout the city, seeing actual street-view type photos of specific buildings, understanding where buildings are in relation to water mains and hydrants. Proper training of personnel may result in refinements to how the application is designed; GLASS application changes may be necessary to refine gaps identified during a training drill. Changes follow strict configuration control requirements necessary to support a facility’s data management system.
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