General Course Information

Date:  Wednesday & Thursday, June 29-30, 2022
Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority: Station 73
26512 Military Rd S
Kent, WA 98032
Fee:  No cost.
Prerequisites:  None.
Student Materials:  Bring Your Own Device - Student Manual
Lunch:  Coffee, water, and snacks will be available.  Lunch will not be provided.
Student IDs:  Registration requires an identification number; a student number can be obtained online at

Course Description

This two-day course teaches students how to use standardized forms to achieve uniformity in their incident and activity reporting. This training program is designed specifically to support local fire service organizations, and it will assist them in providing data both to their management and to decision-makers, as well as to their state uniform fire reporting system.

At a local level, National Fire Incident Reporting System data can be used to:

Describe a community's fire problem.
Support budget requests and improve decision-making for allocation of resources.
Assist in planning for future fire protection.
Help identify opportunities for scheduling nonemergency activities.
Evaluate code enforcement programs.
Identify target audiences for public fire education programs.
Support requests from grant making organizations and alternative funding sources to fund department programs and priorities.

Course Contact: 
Education, Enforcement, and Analytics Section (360) 596-3946
CDSFM Esther Hernandez,