This project will link fire data with other relevant datasets, and will initiate the creation of new evidence-based research related to fire, public safety, and deadline for proposals is friday, december 16, 2016 for the 2017 funding cycle.
Appropriate security safeguards for the full life cycle of information;.The canadian association of fire chiefs (cafc) and the council of canadian fire marshals and fire commissioners (ccfmfc) are collaborating on this project, supported by the canadian safety and security program (cssp), a federal program led by defence research and development canada’s centre for security science, in partnership with public safety canada.
The deadline for proposals is friday, december 16, 2016 for the 2017 funding 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.
For full details about this grant, please review the following guidance document: request for proposals: national fire information database nfid proposals for chers shall avoid being put in a position of becoming informants for authorities or leaders of organizations.
Researchers shall also inform participants and seek their consent if their personal information may be shared with government departments or agencies, community partners in the research, personnel from an agency that monitors the research, a research sponsor (such as a pharmaceutical company), the reb or a regulatory individual or organization fulfils its confidentiality duties, in part, by adopting and enforcing appropriate security measures.