Ambulance Calls: Number of times the ambulance responds on a call
Ambulance Assists: Whenever the engine is dispatched on a call with the ambulance, it is considered an ambulance assist.
Structure Fires: House, garages, sheds, porches
Automatic/False Alarms: Whenever all units are dispatched and no fire is found, or someone accidentally or intentionally set off the alarm. (Also False Malicious, False Malfunction, and False Unintentional)
Other Fires: When something other than a building is on fire. (Open burn complaints, brush fires (grass, trees), vehicle fires, refuse fires)
Service Calls: These are non-emergency calls. In the event the ambulance doesn’t transport a patient or an engine company responds to investigate any of the following… smoke odors, lift assists. Good Intent calls also fall here. Rescue calls are also included. (elevator rescues)
MVA’s (Motor vehicle accidents): If a fire truck responds with an ambulance and ambulance assist is also filled out as well as this column. This is filled out if an just an ambulance responds and/or if just an engine responds as well.
PR/Standby’s: Any special events that are held in Olean whenever a unit is sent to standby (Ex. Football games) Public Relations deals with Fire Prevention Week at local schools.
Volunteer Assists: When we assist the Town of Olean Fire Department with an ambulance or ANY volunteer fire department comes in to assist us with a call (Ex. Structure Fires, ambulance calls, standby’s)
Haz-Mat: We use this for Cardon Monoxide detector activation, gas spills, oil spills, natural gas leaks.
This shows how many calls we had during the day and during the night. The top two rows show how many calls we had with the third row showing the total number of calls. The final two rows show the percentage of the calls. The total column shows the final percent of the day calls and the night calls.
When an Engine Company assisted the Ambulance, it was counted as one call, instead of two separate calls. At Motor Vehicle Accidents, there was usually more than one patient, but it was only put down as one call. The numbers of patients were not counted.
To determine when calls are during the Day Time and when the are durning the Night Time we used the following guidelines…. Day time calls - 0730hrs to 1630hrs and for Night time calls - 1630hrs to 0730hrs. They coincide with our shifts.
Broken down to show the 2 districts. The railroad tracks still separate the City. They are divided into Central Fire Station and Fire Station #1.
This report shows how many times we have had multiple calls at the same time. When an ambulance and an engine company go out together or just a single ambulance goes out, that is considered a single call. When you have an ambulance and an engine company out or just a single ambulance out and a second call comes in for another ambulance and or engine company, that is considered to be a double call. The same thing goes for triple and quadruple calls.
Breaks down the double, triple, and quadruple calls. Gives dates, time, units that responded and the number of personnel that also responded.
Shows the number of times any of our units respond to a call.