The Oregon Fire & EMS Bridge® is a statewide internet-based incident reporting system and centralized data repository for Oregon fire department data. The Office of State Fire Marshal (OSFM) launched the Oregon Fire Bridge® on January 1, 2010, replacing a system that had become obsolete after 13 years of use. In November 2010, the OSFM partnered with Emergency Medical Services (EMS) & Trauma Systems to merge their reporting system with the OSFM system, which are both products of the same vendor. The combined system is called Oregon Fire & EMS Bridge® (OFEB). OFEB collects fire, ambulance, hazardous material, and youth fire intervention data.
The system not only has automated forms to record and report incident information, but also provides record-keeping and tracking of staff, equipment, inspections, pre-planning, activities, training, and compensation. In addition, the system allows users to generate reports to help individual fire departments and the OSFM evaluate operational areas, such as response time, fire causes, etc.
OFEB is provided free of charge to Oregon’s fire service. All fire departments in Oregon have their own secure online accounts in OFEB, which they access via usernames and passwords provided to select staff members. The OSFM remains committed to providing reporting software free to Oregon’s fire agencies. OFEB is funded by the OSFM with dedicated Fire Insurance Premium Tax funds.
The web address for OFEB is:
For more information about the OFEB reporting system, contact the OSFM’s Data Unit at:
(503) 934-8250 or
(877) 588-8787 (toll free)
In the event that you need direct support from the OFEB vendor, contact Image Trend, Inc. at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-469-7789.