Reporting

Insight at a glance

Powerful reporting tools help to identify recurring availability problems. For example, it is possible to visualize readiness per day, skill or vehicle.

In doing so, FireServiceRota supports decision makers in being continuously vigilant to improve resource availability.

FireServiceRota's reports can easily be exported to comply with HMICFRS assessments (United Kingdom).

Reporting tools

Dynamic Dashboards

Dashboards provide a quick overview of the status of the fire station. FireServiceRota’s Dashboard module is fully customizable to provide valuable information for any positions, and any department, through a drag-and-drop interface.

Incident Display

As soon as an incident comes in, the station’s dashboard switches to Incident-mode, showing the location of the station, the route to the incident location, the crew who confirmed their attendance and their estimated time of arrival. It also indicates any last-minute understaffing, and it can alert off-duty personnel if needed.

Readiness Statistics

Visual reports help station managers identify if and when the station was under strength. This is a helpful tool to identify times of the week with recurring understaffing and if so which skills.

Crew Availability Statistics

This report shows general statistics about crew availability during various periods of the week. It also gives insight into whether they are available when it counts.

Incident Reports

After returning from an incident, the system automatically creates an incident report. This shows when and where the incident occurred, who was available at the time, who responded to it, and in which role or capacity. These are fundamental for payroll integration.

Crew Incident Statistics

This report gives detailed information about the crew's participation during incidents. It answers questions such as: how often did a crew member attend incidents, in which role (commander, driver, etc.), and how often did they show up at the station, only to discover that the resource had already left.
This can aid in ensuring incidents are fairly allocated to crew, increase motivation, and to keep track of skill competency.