CRAIG 1300™: User Stories Inspire Teams Nationwide to Leverage Data for Effective Community Risk Reduction

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Nov 23, 2021 4:56:18 PM

CRAIG 1300™ has been a long time coming for both the industry and our partnership with NFPA. After nearly three years of research and development and pilot testing, we made sure that the insight generator would make real differences for community efforts toward risk reduction.

There is so much to learn when it comes to building a product that will move the needle for communities and conversations that lead to real change. Guided by NFPA 1300 standards, CRAIG 1300™ datasets, maps, graphs, and context paints a comprehensive picture of your community, its capacities, and areas for improvement. You can dive into the diversity of your residents, the structure of your buildings, and even incident rates to determine where your resources are going, and how to direct them to the right places. 

I’m so proud of the work being done with insights from CRAIG 1300™. Teams around the country are approaching work strategically, making resources reach more people and last longer, having tough and engaging conversations, finding the right partners, and so much more. All to reduce the risks their residents face.

We gathered some of the best and most inspiring stories from Fire Service Leaders, so you don’t have to take our own words for it. Take a look for yourself. Fill out the form below to request which topical eBook(s) you are interested in most.

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Inside, you’ll find fountains of knowledge regarding community data and cutting edge risk reduction, CRAIG 1300™’s capabilities, and thoughts from the industry’s leading experts, fire chiefs, safety instructors, and accreditation managers.

The future of fire and public safety includes community risk reduction—and now is the time to get on board. We can get your CRAIG 1300™ dashboard up and running in as little as 48 hours. If you think you’re ready to take a free demo, you can schedule one here. 

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