Bring Compliance to the Forefront of Operations

Bring Compliance to the Forefront of Operations

Bring Compliance to the Forefront of Operations

Bring Compliance to the Forefront of Operations

Reduce Risk

Drive Compliance

Automated Pre-Plans

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The Combined First Due & TCE Solution


See Inventory and System details at the time of response, and more importantly, be alerted when systems are deficient or red-tagged. First Responders will now know when a fire pump at a building is non-operational at the time of response.

Fire Prevention

See Inventory and System details and status before or during an inspection, to help inspectors and company level to drive compliance and prioritize inspections.


Import Systems and Inventory from TCE right into your First Due pre-plans, allowing your crews to easily drag and drop systems to the map.

Reimagine Fire Prevention & Code Compliance

See A Live Demo Of First Due And The Compliance Engine

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About The Compliance Engine

The Compliance Engine is a simple, Internet-based tool for Fire Prevention Bureaus to track and drive inspection and testing code compliance, reduce false alarm activity, ensure clean drinking water and provide a safer community.

TCE provides a secure cloud environment in which third-party contractors that inspect, test, and maintain fire protection systems, submit their reports via BRYCER’s web portal directly to the Authority Having Jurisdiction, facilitating a more efficient review, tracking, and follow-up process with occupants to correct deficiencies and maintain systems.

BRYCER provides proactive services, in addition to the web-based technology, that includes; hard and soft copy notifications, call services, analytics, consultation, 24hr support and market education to help increase testing and maintenance activity in a given jurisdiction. The end result is a comprehensive and accurate aggregation of data around which buildings have what types of systems when they were last tested, and if there are any open deficiencies that could jeopardize their successful deployment in the event of an incident.