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Also known as: ‘Human Factors Contributing to Ignition’ ‘humanIgnitionFactors’
Definition: The human condition or situation that allowed the heat source and combustible material to combine to ignire the fire.
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NFIRS 5.0 relational edit validation rules are provided to ensure NFIRS data is consistent and correct for the fire/reporting concepts that are being modeled. Relational edits determine relationships between multiple fields / elements. These are the rules for ‘Human Factors’.
|Relational Edit Rule 57||relational edit rule 57.|
|Relational Edit Rule 58||Not on Exposures.|
Here are the NFIRS codes for the ‘Human Factors’ element, including any “other” values in case none of the preselected choices match:
|Possibly impaired by alcohol or drugs||2|
|Unattended or unsupervised person.||3|
|Possibly Mentally Disabled||4|
|Multiple persons involved||6|
|Age was a Factor||7|
A few NFIRS elements are reused accross a number of transactions, but typically the value is captured by one transaction only.
|Multiple Choice||1 (mandatory) - 8|
|Element Type||Coded Field - The coded field relating to an entry in the code table. Most coded fields allow for Plus+ One codes. For these fields the expected length of the coded entry is depicted as (National length OR Plus+ One length). Only fields with this notation in the expected length column allow for Plus+ One definitions. If the user has not provided information, an empty field should be transmitted.|
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