Roscommon County Council Fire Authority embrace Mobile Working by adopting Tascomi Building Control and Fire Management Software


Roscommon County Council Fire Authority is set to streamline processes and optimise workflow through the use of a web-based Building Control and Fire Management system developed by Tascomi, a specialist software development company with over ten years experience creating industry-leading, web-based software solutions for Local Authorities throughout the UK and Ireland.

Tascomi’s Building Control and Fire Management Solution has been designed alongside Local Authorities in Ireland to meet the requirements of Building Control and Fire Service Application Management. This innovative software includes the management of Commencement Notices, Fire Safety Certificates, Disability Access Certificates and other Premises related application types such as Premises Licensing.

Roscommon Fire Authority will be utilising the Fire Safety elements of the system, to track and manage all aspects of the Fire Service process, enabling them to improve turnaround times and overall levels of service for citizens.

As an entirely web-based system, Tascomi Building Control and Fire Management can be accessed by Roscommon from any location, via any internet enabled device, ensuring every officer can work productively on-the-go with accurate data.

John Keane, Chief Fire Officer of Roscommon County Council commented on the implementation, “Tascomi has provided us with an effective and user friendly system to easily organise and manage a wide range of applications, licences and certificates. Their friendly and approachable team is always available to listen to our needs. Providing tailor-made solutions; Tascomi listen and follow through on our suggestions. Real-time access from multiple locations allows staff to work on the move, saving time, which makes for a more efficient workflow.”


About Roscommon Fire Authority

The Roscommon Fire Authority has six brigades in the county, all manned by retained fire fighters in Ballaghaderreen, Boyle, Castlerea, Elphin, Roscommon and Strokestown. Each Fire Brigade has one Station Officer, one Sub Officer, two Drivers and a number of firefighters. There are a total of fifty eight firemen in the County.