NFORS Exposure Tracking Has Gone Mobile!

The new National Fire Operations Reporting System (NFORS) exposure tracking module is now available as an app from the Google Play store and the Apple App store. With the mobile app, any fire fighter, paramedic or officer can access and use the exposure tracker which serves as a personal database providing a detailed history of work and exposures in a private, encrypted and secure online environment.

Benefits of the mobile Exposure Tracker:
  • Documents both physical and behavioral health exposures throughout your career
  • Document exposures on-the-go from anywhere
  • Your data stays with you even into retirement
  • Track all of your incidents throughout your career with live NFORS CAD integrations in your department
  • Be part of National Firefighter Cancer studies by opting-in to share your exposure data with researchers
NFORS Exposure App Screenshots

NFORS Exposure Tracking Has Gone Mobile!

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Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell
President

Dr. Moore-Merrell is the President and CEO of the International Public Safety Data Institute. Lori began this role in 2019 after serving 26 years as a senior executive in the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF), responsible for frontline interaction with elected officers, executive board members, state, provincial and local chapter leaders and individual organization members throughout the U.S. and Canada. Lori is considered an expert in executive leadership, emergency response system evaluation, public safety resource deployment, community risk assessment, data collection and analysis, strategic planning, costs and benefits analysis, advocacy, consensus building, policy development and implementation and generational differences in the workplace.

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Mr. Tyler Garner
Vice President

Mr. Garner is a Principal Software Engineer, Chief Operating Officer, and co-founder at Prominent Edge LLC. He is the architect and technical project manager for several large public safety projects including the Fire-Community Assessment Response Evaluation System (firecares.org), the National Fire Operations Reporting System (nfors.org) and StatEngine (statengine.io), a NIST Public Safety Innovation Accelerator project. He is a principal member of NFPA Technical Committees 950, Standard for Data Development and Exchange for the Fire Service, and 951 Guide to Building and Utilizing Digital Information.

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Dr. Jennifer Taylor
Director

Jennifer A. Taylor, PhD, MPH, CPPS is an injury epidemiologist and health services researcher at the Drexel University Dornsife School of Public Health in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Taylor’s research investigates the impact of safety climate on occupational injury and related psychosocial outcomes among first responders. Dr. Taylor is the founding Director of the Center for Firefighter Injury Research & Safety Trends (FIRST) at Drexel University. The FIRST Center is a research enterprise organized to support the United States fire and rescue service through objective data collection and analysis. It is home to the FIRE Fellowship, an immersive summer program for public health masters students – the only program of its kind in the country. FIRST developed two organizational change tools:  the Fire Service Organizational Culture of Safety survey (FOCUS) and the SAVER Systems level checklist for violence against EMS responders.  Dr. Taylor holds a doctorate in Health Policy and Management from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she received the Haddon Fellowship in Injury Prevention and Control and the ERC-NIOSH Training Fellowship in Occupational Injury.

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Mr. Bob Ramsey
Treasurer

Bob Ramsey is the President CEO of Starwest Associates and Chairman of the Ramsey Social Justice Foundation (RSJF). Bob has been an active business and community leader for over 40 years, founding companies in a variety of fields: ground and air ambulance services, medical supplies, air freight transportation, information technologies, management systems, and avionics.

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Dr. William Jenaway
Secretary

Bill Jenaway is an experienced executive with over 45 years of experience in public safety, insurance and consulting. His extensive knowledge and expertise includes board level activity in both non-profit and profit based organizations, as well as national trade associations. He has specifically focused on strategic and long term planning assisting numerous organizations in facilitating such plans. These include financial, operational, and research oriented performance assessment, review and planning. His work has resulted in over 400 presentation, 400 articles in various publications, seven texts and four children’s books. Based in Pennsylvania, he has travelled extensively.

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Chief Dennis Compton
Past Member and Advisor

Chief Dennis Compton currently serves as a respected advisor to the fire service and other disciplines as well. He is a well-known speaker and the author of several books including his latest titled Progressive Leadership Principles, Concepts, and Tools. His previous books include a three-part series titled When in Doubt, Lead, and another titled Mental Aspects of Performance for Firefighters and Fire Officers. He has authored many chapters and articles for various publications and was the Co-Editor of the third edition of the textbook titled Managing Fire and Rescue Services.

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