French Village (IL) Fire District Relies on First Arriving for Recruitment and Communication Improvements
The fire department struggled with communication internally and in its recruitment efforts with an antiquated website service.
Florida Fire District Improves Communications with First Arriving Dashboards
Digital dashboards solve the problem of inconsistent, forgotten, and lost communication across three firehouses.
Hastings (NE) Fire Rescue Uses Dashboards to Deliver Critical Information
“We had found through employee engagement surveys that we needed to find better ways to communicate,”
Digital Dashboards Keep Information in Front of Simpsonville (SC) Firefighters
“The dashboards are a much better way of sending out information,”
Dashboards Included in Tamarac (FL) Fire Rescue’s Improved Communications
“No missed emails, ignored messages, and information overload.”
Dashboard Visual Appeal Helps South King (WA) Fire Rescue Communicate Better
“The First Arriving dashboard…, it’s pretty hard not to see it,”
Community Outreach Helps North Randall (OH) Fire Department Get Digital Dashboards
“After seeing how it was used, it has made our job easier.”
Easy Dashboards Make a Difference in Communication for Bowling Green (KY) Fire Department
“After the initial setup it has been like working with it on autopilot.”
Digital Dashboards Eliminate Death-by-Email for South Adams County (CO) Fire Department
“Firefighters do not check their mail on their days off so a lot of what was being sent out was not retained.”
Campbell County (KY) OEM Finds Communicating with Fire Departments Easy with Digital Dashboards
“We can see each fire department page, and they can see ours.”
Brainerd (MN) Police Department Follows Fire Department with Digital Dashboard Communication
In the past all the department used to rely on for communication was email and a whiteboard in the patrol office.
Dashboard Information Sparks Competition in Zebulon (NC) Fire Department
“We were always looking in the rearview mirror, First Arriving gives us the data present time, what we’re doing now. It killed several birds with one stone.”