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Proud to represent our UFLAC members in Washington D.C. at the annual International Association of Fire Fighters Legislative Conference - focusing on firefighter safety and other critical issues including the removal of cancer causing PFAS chemicals that are a part of firefighter turnout gear in the Los Angeles Fire Department and throughout the country. #uflac #iaff ... See MoreSee Less
This morning, UFLAC, along with our union attorney Dana Martinez from Bush Gottlieb, co-hosted a Firefighters Bill of Rights and Grievance Procedure Training at the UFLAC Headquarters. It’s important for our members to know our rights and what procedures one needs to take to ensure that their rights are respected. We’re thankful to all the members who attended today and encourage those who couldn’t attend to attend future trainings so that we can all be properly informed on how to take care of one another. #UFLAC #LAFD #IAFF ... See MoreSee Less
UFLAC News Report from 2/24/23 #uflac #iaff conta.cc/3xO6vMF ... See MoreSee Less
The LAFD has fewer firefighters on the job today than we had 30 years ago, despite the fact that our city has grown exponentially and our call load has tripled since that time. UFLAC is continuing to advocate for more firefighters and paramedics and the restoration of previously closed fire engines and trucks. We look forward to working with Mayor Karen Bass and our City Councilmembers to bring desperately needed resources to our communities. Councilwoman Traci Park ... See MoreSee Less
'LA has outgrown its fire department': LAFD's 4K personnel struggle to serve population of 4MThe Los Angeles Fire Department has less than 4,000 personnel servicing a city with a population of 4 million. After a FOX 11 investigation, lawmakers say, "the failure to keep pace with the growth of...
The problem is much, much deeper than presented here. Since Prop 13, the department has lost many positions in fire suppression and rescue. Combine this with the current EMS service model which was designed for life threading emergencies only. Low level emergencies such as nose bleeds or severe aches are overloading the system. This is a train wreck that has been coming for a long time. I have to disagree that beefing up the department will be the panacea to solve the problem. So long as the system is abused as a quick and easy trick to get into a hospital, where they have their own staffing issues, the problem will persist. Adding more RA’s will just result in these units sitting idle at the hospital, and not turning over quickly for the next response. You would think Crowley, being a paramedic would understand this. I’m certain she does, but when you’re a coward you go with the mob sediment and don’t rock the boat. To put it in just a few words…what’s the point in adding Rescues if the hospitals can’t carry the added load? It’s just moving the wait time from the front end to the back end. There is no actual improvement. Remember EMS is a system, and the LAFD is just a component of that system.
The problem with the LAFD not keeping pace with growth and increased call loads, lands squarely upon the city leadership/politicians. The dirty little secret that they don't want you to know... a municipality saves $$ by operating its FD understaffed. OT is a lot cheaper than bringing on new hires and paying the roll ups in a benefit package. Sadly, this slight of hand by the mayor & council shows that Public Safety is NOT a priority for them. Unfortunately this will NEVER be addressed until the voters stop voting for the same old, do nothing status quo candidates who's priorities lay elsewhere.
UFLAC News Report from 2/10/23 conta.cc/3Ie5Ie8 #uflac #iaff ... See MoreSee Less
UFLAC News Report from 1/27/23 conta.cc/3Hd80se #uflac #iaff ... See MoreSee Less
Last week, LAFD Station 93 responded to a car accident where assistance was needed on-scene. As we wrapped up, we discovered that one family involved had no home to go to as for the last 3 months, they were living out of the car that was in the accident. Our members were quick to help the family with getting them food and temporary emergency shelter. As work is being done to help this family of 3 (mom, 5-year-old son and 7-year-old daughter) are in need of getting another car to help get them back on their feet. It is our hope that we can come together to help this family in need. Every little bit helps. The family has a GoFundMe page where donations can be made at: www.gofundme.com/f/la-city-fire-department-going-beyond-to-help #payitforward ... See MoreSee Less
LA CITY Fire Department Going beyond to help, organized by Zhanea PreyerLast week my family was involved in a traffic accident in which our only v… Zhanea Preyer needs your support for LA CITY Fire Department Going beyond to help
May we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through our service in protecting the communities which we serve and the families who depend on us everyday throughout the City of Los Angeles. #martinlutherkingday ... See MoreSee Less
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UFLAC News Report from 1/13/23 conta.cc/3GZOJeS #uflac #iaff ... See MoreSee Less