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Local 1014 has been working every day with the auditor-controller and department payroll to ensure the logistics and mechanisms histiocytoma dog removal cost to get our raises properly paid are in place and histiocytoma dog removal cost ready to roll for next pay period. This is a complex and tedious process that involves ecaps, ehr, as well as IPFIRS. We will have additional information on monday regarding our pay histiocytoma dog removal cost and our raises within our paychecks. We are also working on comp time off language for histiocytoma dog removal cost the manuals so we can begin using this benefit. The language must be agreed to by the union and histiocytoma dog removal cost the department and we are vetting that now.

The month of june is post-traumatic stress injury awareness month. Local 1014 has been hard are work not only building histiocytoma dog removal cost our behavioral health program and our peer support program, but also advocating for post-traumatic stress and cumulative stress to be redefined as an histiocytoma dog removal cost injury and treated as such within the department and the histiocytoma dog removal cost healthcare system. To that end, we have been partnering with senator henry stern on SB542 histiocytoma dog removal cost critical legislation that will help break the stigma of post-traumatic stress and give firefighters the protections they deserve.

Take a moment to check in with your brothers and histiocytoma dog removal cost sisters and to utilize the resources in your stations via histiocytoma dog removal cost the local 1014 mental health resources poster. Firefighter s and first responders, we are conditioned to be tough and strong—we are conditioned to be superheroes for our community. However, just like physical safety, behavioral health is something that must be conditioned and maintained. The peers and support teams are always there to help. Take care of each other.

To that end, local 1014 was honored to host the behavioral health peer histiocytoma dog removal cost support team leads meeting this week at the union hall. During the past few months, through our peer coordinator scott ross, we have seen significant progress towards building a behavioral health histiocytoma dog removal cost program that works for our members, has technology that fits our needs and is easily and histiocytoma dog removal cost confidentially accessible for all. More on this to come in the months ahead as histiocytoma dog removal cost we look to hire fire-centric culturally-competent clinicians to support our peers and our members.

This week, the local 1014 executive board considered general member motion no. 058-19 regarding alternative work schedules . Your local 1014 executive board understands this is a divisive histiocytoma dog removal cost issue and we will ensure that all members, no matter their position on this item, are heard and have the opportunity to attend the general histiocytoma dog removal cost membership meeting where motion 058-19 will be considered for a vote.

Local 1014 executive board supports motion no. 058-19 which states, “we move to form a local 1014 sponsored trial schedule histiocytoma dog removal cost change committee to be formed no later t han july histiocytoma dog removal cost 1, 2019 with the purpose to identify alternative work schedules, then present and report back with findings to the general histiocytoma dog removal cost membership and executive board by september 1, 2019 with a vote to pursue a 1 year trial histiocytoma dog removal cost schedule change by our general membership with a simple majority histiocytoma dog removal cost vote of ballots cast no later than december 15, 2019” with the following amendments:

We feel the board’s amendments support the spirit and intent of the motion histiocytoma dog removal cost while giving adequate time to have the board of supervisors histiocytoma dog removal cost vote to ratify our contracts, both salary and fringe benefits. The salary contract for 601/602 bargaining units (firefighters, paramedic, captains, etc) will be ratified by the board of supervisors on tuesday, may 21, 2019, and the CCU fringe contract is likely approximately 30 days histiocytoma dog removal cost out for a vote.

Next week, on may 22-24, 2019, los angeles county fire and local 1014 will be engaging histiocytoma dog removal cost in a countywide fill the boot campaign. Over the past three years, LA county fire alone has raised over $360,000 in support of MDA, through participation in our annual fill the boot campaign. We are the second largest fundraiser in the state for histiocytoma dog removal cost the MDA—this year, we want to be #1!

Last year, more firefighters died from suicide than from on-duty events. National surveys suggest nearly one in three firefighters have considered histiocytoma dog removal cost suicide. In many cases, post-traumatic stress injury is the cause, and all too often, our brothers and sisters suffer in silence. As firefighters and first responders, we are conditioned to be tough and strong—we are conditioned to be superheroes for our community. However, just like physical safety, behavioral health is something that must be conditioned and maintained.

In the clip we see how valuable thermal imagers (TI) can be for our members. Local 1014 will be continuing to work on getting a histiocytoma dog removal cost TI in every firefighter’s hands. We are pleased with chief osby’s response to our work on this issue. Through its “give back program,” the picerne family foundation donated two thermal imaging cameras to histiocytoma dog removal cost the los angeles county fire department this week. Chief osby has agreed to put approximately 30 more TI’s into the budget and work with us to expedite histiocytoma dog removal cost finding grant money to purchase the remaining equipment. With the TI’s we already have and the additional 30 we are histiocytoma dog removal cost in a good position moving forward.

We were able to secure a hard date of may histiocytoma dog removal cost 21, 2019 for the 601/602 ratified contract, which includes our firefighters, captains, emts, paramedics etc. , to be heard at the board of supervisors. This contract covers our salary increases and specialty bonuses, which was ratified by our membership earlier this year. Once voted on, we will move towards ensuring our retro paychecks are properly histiocytoma dog removal cost calculated by payroll and that everyone receives their hard-earned checks.

We continue negotiations with the county for our 603/604 bargaining unit members, which includes our dispatchers, forestry, and health haz mat members. We are set to continue negotiations in two weeks after histiocytoma dog removal cost they review all of our requests. Again, this is for the salary and bonuses for all 603/604 bargaining unit members. Once we reach an agreement, the vote will be sent to all 603/604 members only for ratification.

As we noted last week, coalition of county unions (CCU) has reached a tentative agreement (TA) with the county of los angeles on a successor fringe histiocytoma dog removal cost benefit memorandum of understanding (MOU). The CCU negotiates benefits separately from wages and unit-specific working conditions in partnership with the ten diverse unions, including our firefighters, deputy sheriffs, doctors, engineers, probation officers, building and construction trades workers. For more than 30 years, we have negotiated a fringe benefits contract including our medical, dental, sick leave, vacation, and retirement benefits, with the CCU in order to get the best benefits histiocytoma dog removal cost for our members.

After face-to-face meetings with members of the board of supervisors, the coalition ultimately was able to reach an equitable agreement histiocytoma dog removal cost that included a $500 bonus , 12 additional holiday hours for use or cash out, increases to medical premium contributions each year with an early histiocytoma dog removal cost implementation of the year 2 increase. This money is in addition to the negotiated salary raises histiocytoma dog removal cost discussed above.

On may 22-24, 2019, los angeles county fire and local 1014 will be engaging histiocytoma dog removal cost in a countywide fill the boot campaign. Over the past three years, LA county fire alone has raised over $360,000 in support of MDA, through participation in our annual fill the boot campaign. We are the second largest fundraiser in the state for histiocytoma dog removal cost the MDA—this year, we want to be #1!

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