Description: ‘Provides the standard details for the incident’
Class: Used for incident transactions
The ‘Basic Incident’ transaction contains the following elements in order.
These elements are part of the ‘Basic Incident’ transaction, as they are part of every transaction, since they form the record key; they uniquely identify the incident from other incidents.
These elements are part of the specific information carried by the ‘Basic Incident’ transaction. They form the main payload of this transaction.
These blocks are collections of elements carried by the ‘Basic Incident’ transaction.
|A||Fire Department ID — Fire Department State — Incident (Alarm) Date — Incident Number (Identifier) — Exposure Number — Record Type/Transaction Code — Transaction Type (Add, etc.)|
|B||Address recorded on Wildland Module (Form)|
|D||Aid Given or Received|
|E1||Alarm Date Time — Arrival Date Time — Incident Controlled Date Time — Last Unit Cleared Date Time|
|E2||Shift — Alarms — District|
|G1||Resource Module (Form) Used. — Suppression Apparatus — EMS Apparatus — Other Apparatus — Suppression Personnel — EMS Personnel — Other Personnel — Resources Include Mutual Aid|
|G2||Property Loss — Contents Loss — Property Value — Contents Value|
|H1||Fire Service Deaths — Other Deaths — Fire Service Injuries — Other Injuries|
|H2||Detector Alerted Occupants|
|H3||Hazardous Material Released|
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