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The Minnesota State Fire Marshal Division (SFMD) has published a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a statewide community risk assessment data analytics project.
The SFMD is seeking a qualified vendor that can: 1) compile incident and demographic data acquired from a variety of state resources; 2) provide data analytics services and risk assessment of the data; 3) complete GIS mapping; and 4) provide an information sharing platform. The services, in collaboration with the SFMD and Minnesota fire departments, will support the state’s effort to perform comprehensive analyses that identify relationships and patterns among residential fires, fire fatalities, and causal risk factors of populations affected by fires. Accurate fire assessment is essential for developing fire prevention efforts to mitigate incidents of death, injury and property damage caused by fire and fire-related hazards.
Please see the RFP for full details and vendor requirements.
This request will remain open until July 24, 2020, at 4 p.m.
It is important for bars and restaurants, gyms, and other businesses and retailers to maintain proper occupant loads as they work to reopen across Minnesota during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please see our COVID-19 guidance for businesses, which includes information on determining occupant loads as well as guidance on installing rigid and non-rigid partitions or barriers to help limit the spread of COVID-19.
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Video Description: This video gives you a unique behind-the-scenes look as two Minnesota State Fire Marshal Division investigators dig through the rubble at a Twin Cities motel fire.