Say goodbye to paper journals.
easy to use
Say HELLO to a new chapter in fire service operations and journaling.
Say GOODBYE to multiple software programs that don’t integrate the solutions you require, and the tedium of hand-written journal entries, forms, and incident reporting. Then say HELLO to fast, easy data collection – to digital journal entries that retain all of the key information every fire station requires. Let’s all say HELLO!
A new way to manage every shift you work.
Every shift you work is cataloged, along with any discussion you share with your relief, and any important events that occurred during each completed tour.
Time, Date, Station, Overtime, Battalion Command, and much more
Change in member status, rig out of service, or any important changes to station status
Whenever the shift ends, one tap reports on date, time, who relieved you, and any discussion
Designed with your career in mind.
Designed with your career in mind.
Record the activities that relate to your work day. From morning lineup meetings to evening apparatus maintenance, every aspect of your day may be recorded and searched for at a later date. Use the built-in mic to record your entries without using a keyboard. Add tags, the other members of your crew, and images to complete your entries.
When you’re working with individuals in the community, some of your actions may become important for tracking at a later date. Participating in a public safety fair? Working with kids at the local elementary school? Visiting older adults to share fire safety tips? All of these activities should be managed in a journal. Fire Journal offers more than just a journal – it’s a pocket snapshot of your entire working career.
Work with the other members on your shift to ensure proper communication. Who is on vacation? Who is assigned to a training session? When is your rookie going to deliver his next drill and demonstrate his integration with the other members in your fire station? This is a perfect place to add entries for union activities, training, or staff meetings.
What activities during your shift count as training? Is there a rookie who is conducting a familiarity presentation for your crew? That’s training. Did you work your crew in the field on incident size up? That’s training? Or, did everyone log onto the department’s LMS (learning management solution) to take a wildfire refresher? That’s training, too. Now, entering and categorizing your journal entries is fast, easy, and part of the operational activity you can come back to in the future, whenever needed.
In addition to the journal entries important to managing your fire station, Fire Journal includes a private, secure personal notebook for your own thoughts and ideas. Did you observe something that concerned you during a recent fire? Maybe not ready to bring it up? Use the personal journal to write your ideas down, so you don’t forget. Did someone share a great station recipe for dinner? Use the personal journal for that, too.
Track every incident.
Fire Journal makes it easy to capture and store every incident your fire company or fire station responds to. Emergency. Non-emergency. Medical, Fire. Rescue. Conforms to NIMS and allows your own custom descriptions of incident types. Add Fire Journal membership, and add even more capabilities and metric results.
Every Fire incident is recorded, categorized, and mapped.
Each call for service becomes a journal entry, and is mapped.
Enter the details, add notes, and a journal entry is created.
What apparatus were dispatched to the call? Tap to select.
The incident map includes filters to help you evaluate trends.
Implement both local and NFIRS incident types and data.
Collecting form data has never been easier.
Check out a few of the forms available within the app. Download the app to access all the forms you need to make your job easier.