Request for Proposals: National Fire Information Database research

Sponsor

National Fire Information Database (NFID) is a project of the Council of Canadian Fire Mashalls and Fire Commissioners and the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs

Program

National Fire Information Database (NFID) proposals 2016-2017

For More Information

Visit the program website for more information.

You can download a copy of the NFID Data Dictionary at http://nfidcanada.ca/research/ A brief summary is provided in Appendix A of the RFP document

Other data beyond that collected by the various provincial Fire Marshalls/Commissioners’ offices will be made available where possible.

Description

The Council of Canadian Fire Marshals and Fire Commissioners and the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs are pleased to announce that funding is available for research projects using the newly formed National Fire Information Database to study patterns of fire incidents in Canada.
Areas of Focus: 1. Building Codes  2. Firefighter safety. 3. Career risk  4. Sustainability  5. At risk populations  6. At risk places 7. Risk Models. 8. Climate/environment  9. High risk assets  10. Infrastructure resilience 11. Equipment/material  

Maximum Project Value

$20,000

Project Duration

One (1) year

Deadlines

If College-level review is required, your College will communicate its earlier internal deadlines.

TypeDate
Internal Deadline
External Deadline

How to Apply

Researcher will send their approved application directly to the sponsor electronically.

For Questions, please contact

Council of Canadian Fire Marshalls and Fire Commissioners and the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs

Research Grants Administrator at 604-543-6717 or FireResearch@surrey.ca

Office of Research

Annette Clarke, Grants Officer
Office of Research Services
519-824-4120 x56927
acclarke@uoguelph.ca

Alert Classifications
Category:
Funding Opportunities and Sponsor News

Disciplines:
Health and Life Sciences
Information and Communications Technology
Physical Sciences and Engineering
Social Sciences