New Software Pinpoints Response Times

May 2004
Fire Chief;May2004, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the development of the Emergency Response Time Assessment System, a software tool that determines precisely how long it takes fire companies to respond to fires, medical emergencies and other rescue operations in the United States. Efforts to help municipalities determine how well they are being served by the quantity and distribution of firefighting resources; National Fire Protection Association's guidelines the response times of fire departments; Developer of the software.


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