Fires in Alberta are reported by safety codes officers certified in the fire discipline and by members of the insurance industry handling fire loss claims.
Fires are reported online, with paper report forms available as a backup. The Fire Electronic Reporting System (FERS) is accessed through the Municipal Affairs milenet system.
Fire reporting agencies can obtain secure access to FERS by signing a milenet agreement.
Fire manual and forms
Contact number for fire reporting questions:
Fire Statistics Reporting Manual
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- Fire Report (PDF, 80 KB) - Fire Report is for Fire Safety Codes Officers use only
- Insurance Report (PDF, 80 KB)
- Occupant Report (PDF, 92 KB)
- Fire Casualty Report (PDF, 161 KB)
- Smoke Detector / Alarm Report (PDF, 80 KB)
Alberta Municipal Affairs MileNet
Fire statistics reports
The following reports may not reflect current trends in Alberta; information should be treated as historical information only.
Fire Commissioner's Statistical Reports
Fire Statistics Research Reports
- Children and Youth Playing with Fire 2000–2009
- Fire Losses in Buildings under Construction (PDF, 649 KB)
- Fire Losses in Vacant Residential Properties 2000-2009
- Fireworks 2001–2010
- Apartment Fires in Calgary and Edmonton 2000–2012
- Fire Losses in Parking Garages 2000-2009
- Fire Losses in Multi-family Dwellings 2000-2009
- Fire Losses in First Nations' and Indian Reserves 2000–2009 (PDF, 109 KB)
- Cooking Oil: A Home Fire Hazard in Alberta, Canada (PDF, 1.5 MB) (1997) (in Fire Technology)
- Fire Risk Assessment Document 1 (PDF, 254 KB)
- Fire Risk Assessment Document 2 (PDF, 545 KB)
- Fire Risk Assessment Document 3 (PDF, 73 KB)
- Canada Safety Council-Duracell Fire Safety Study (PDF, 121 KB)
Other Fire Services
Interactive Fire Data Analysis (IFDA)
The IFDA yields a limited range of fire-loss statistics based on the most current 10-year fire incident data.
Visit the Interactive Fire Data Analysis page.