For fire and EMS departments, preparation is everything. According to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA), an estimated 60,825 U.S. firefighters were injured in the line of duty in 2019 and according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), EMS personnel suffered an estimated 21,200 injuries in 2017. In an industry where a call can come in at any time and every incident carries inherent risk, every person and piece of equipment must be ready when the alarm goes off.
In the past, many fire and EMS departments relied on paper forms or Excel spreadsheets for equipment checks and to keep track of inventory. Today, there’s a better way.
Read this white paper to learn how Vector Check It, a centralized operations management software, will help your organization manage assets and other critical items. By utilizing the web-based version or its mobile app, organizations can easily perform and track inspections, ensure assets are functioning correctly, and identify equipment that requires maintenance. Whether it’s conducting an apparatus check, tracking inventory of controlled substances, or inspecting equipment, Vector Check It enables agencies to track and report it all.