NFIRS 5.0 - NFIRS Codes Cheat Sheet - Coding - Examples - Elements - Validation

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All NFIRS 5.0 Transactions

NFIRS transactions are collections of related elements. Per the NFIRS standard, transactions are coded with a transaction code (e.g. 1000 for incident header), reside within a module (potentially under a parent transaction), and can have a given number of repetitions. All transactions start with the same key elements, and it is these key elements that group transactions into one incident’s record.

Transaction  Code 
Incident Header 1000
Basic Incident 1005
Incident Address 1010
Aid Given Received 1020
Officer In Charge 1030
Member Making Report 1035
Incident Remarks 1040
Special Study 1060
Fire 1100
Fire - File attached 1110
Fire Mobile Property Involved 1120
Fire - Equipment Involved 1130
Structure Fire 1200
Wildland Fire 1300
Civilian Fire Casualty 1400
Fire Service Casualty 1500
Fire Service Casualty - Equipment Failure 1510
EMS Patient 1600
Apparatus 1800
Personnel 1810
Arson 1900
Arson Agency Referral 1910
Arson Juvenile Suspect 1920
Fire Department Header - for Fire Department records 2000
Fire Department Personnel - for Fire Department records 2010
Fire Department Apparatus - for Fire Department records 2020
 
 

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