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NFIRS 5.0 Transaction: ‘Fire Service Casualty’

Description: ‘Provides details of a fire service casualty’

Class: Used for incident transactions

Module: Fire Service Casualty

NFIRS References

Transaction Elements:

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

Key Elements:

These elements are part of the ‘Fire Service 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 ‘Fire Service 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 ‘Fire Service Casualty’ transaction.

Block  Elements 
A Fire Department IDFire Department StateIncident (Alarm) DateIncident Number (Identifier)Exposure NumberRecord Type/Transaction CodeTransaction Type (Add, etc.)
C Fire Service Casualty Sequence Number
B Firefighter IdentifierFirst NameMiddle Initial NameLast NameName SuffixGenderFire Service Affiliation
D Age
E Injury Date Time
F Responses
G1 Usual Assignment
G2 Physical Condition
G3 Severity
G4 Taken To
G5 Activity At Time Of Injury
H1 Primary Apparent Symptom
H2 Primary Part Of Body Injured
I1 Cause Of Firefighter Injury
I2 Factor Contributing To Injury
I3 Object Involved In Injury
J1 Where Injury Occurred
J2 Injury Relation To StructureStory Where Injury Occurred
J3 Specific Location Where Injury Occurred
J4 Vehicle Type
K1 Protective Equipment Contributed To Injury
 
 

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