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!


Funded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA), Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) Program, the National Fire Operations Reporting System (NFORS) is the fire service analytical system, the most comprehensive way to get accurate and real-time information to help fire service leaders assure adequate fire resources; optimize fire operations; reduce firefighter injury and death; minimize civilian injury and death; and minimize property loss.

Firefighters and NFORS


The goal of the NFORS is to help fire service leaders assure adequate fire response resources and to assure safe, efficient, and effective on scene operations.

Learn more on NFORS...


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There are three NFORS modules.

  • Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) –
    NOW Available
  • Firefighter Exposure –
    NOW Available
  • Investigation (Incident) –




Media Coverage


Watch the video of IAFF Dispatch on NFORS ― Fighting Fire With Facts.







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