b'and the public. This professionalism should be grounded firmly in an integrated system of nationally recognized and/or certified education and training. 10. Fire and Life Safety Systems: The fire service must support adoption of codes and standards that mandate the use of detection, alarm, and automatic fire sprinklers, with a special focus on residential properties. 11. Strategic Partnerships: The fire service must reach out to others to expand the circle of support to assure reaching the goals of public fire protection and other support activities. 12. Data: To successfully measure service delivery and achievement of goals, the fire service must have relevant data and should support and participate in the revised National Fire Incident Reporting System. Likewise, NFIRS should provide the local fire service relevant analysis of data collected. 13. Environmental Issues: The fire service must comply with the same federal, state, and local ordinances that apply to general industry, and which regulate response to and mitigation of incidents, plus personnel safety, and training activities relating to the environment. 27'