NFIRS 5.0 Element: ‘Incident Controlled Date Time’
Définition : The actual month, day, year, and time of day when the fire is brought under control or the incident is stabilized and does not require additional emergency resources. “Controlled” is the time when the incident commander determines that the fire will not escape from its containment perimeter.
Purpose : The time spent stabilizing a fire provides fire department management with the information needed to analyze the duration patterns of different types of fires. This can assist in determining service demand and costs for resource allocation.
Entry : Enter the month, day, year (mm/dd/yyyy), and time that the incident was controlled. If the date is the same as the Alarm date, check or mark the corresponding box; do not reenter the date. However, if the incident extended (from the Alarm time to the Controlled time) through midnight, do not check or mark the box; instead, enter the date.
|Element Type||Numeric – Integer numbers (no decimal points). If the user has not provided information, an empty field should be transmitted. All integer values are assumed to be positive. Any fields which allow a negative integer value have been denoted with ‘+ or –’ in the comment field. Negative numbers should be transmitted with the minus sign preceding the digits. – – Date and Time|
Edit Rules for ‘Incident Controlled Date Time’
NFIRS defines edit rules to ensure data consistency and accuracy in its database. These are the rules for ‘Incident Controlled Date Time’.
|Edit Requirement Rule Basic.E1.Containment||Content||Exposure Number Above Zero.|
|Relational Edit Rule 27||Controlled before Cleared.|