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NFIRS 5.0 Transaction: ‘Civilian Fire Casualty’

Description: ‘Provides details of a civilian casualty’

Class: Used for incident transactions

Module: Civilian Fire Casualty

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Transaction Elements:

The ‘Civilian Fire Casualty’ transaction contains the following elements in order.

Key Elements:

These elements are part of the ‘Civilian Fire Casualty’ transaction, as they are part of every transaction, since they form the record key; they uniquely identify the incident from other incidents.

Transaction Specific Elements:

These elements are part of the specific information carried by the ‘Civilian Fire Casualty’ transaction. They form the main payload of this transaction.

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Transaction Blocks:

These blocks are collections of elements carried by the ‘Civilian Fire Casualty’ transaction.

Block  Elements 
A Fire Department IDFire Department StateIncident (Alarm) DateIncident Number (Identifier)Exposure NumberRecord Type/Transaction CodeTransaction Type (Add, etc.)
C Civilian Fire Casualty Sequence Number
B First NameMiddle Initial NameLast NameName SuffixGender
D Person Age
E1 Race
E2 Ethnicity
F Affiliation
G Injury Date Time
H Severity
I Cause of Injury
J Human Factors
K Contributing Factors
L Activity when Injured
M1 Location at Time of Incident
M2 General Location at Time of Incident
M3 Story at Start of Incident
M4 Story when Injury Occurred
M5 Specific Location at Time of Incident
N Primary Apparent Symptom
O Primary Part Of Body Injured
P Disposition
 
 

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