You know how important it is to have the right fire data analytics, especially to attain and maintain your accredited status. But managing that data can be overwhelming and inaccessible. Most importantly, you don’t have time to figure it out. If that rings true, this webinar hosted by the Center for Public Safety Excellence is for you.
This article includes the webinar recording, presentation PDF, and key takeaways.
There were so many valuable insights, but here are a few key takeaways from our speakers.
First, be specific in analyzing your fire data. Avoid choosing too many indicators, so you don't end up with "analysis paralysis." What do you want to know? What indicators help you make decisions? Your answers are the KPIs you want to track over time. Pick quantifiable metrics you know you can influence like turnout time – if you can't measure it, you can't manage it. Once you've identified your KPIs, then follow the data over time to establish trends.
The trends data is incredibly insightful. For example, here's how mySidewalk's Chief Technology Officer Matt Barr described the recent trends we've seen from mySidewalk fire customers.
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