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603/604 Tentative Agreement Ratification Vote

Updated On: May 21, 2020 (14:22:00)

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat P
ersonnel

603/604 Tentative Agreement Ratification Vote
 

Sisters & Brothers, 

We are pleased to announce the final language for our successor Memorandum of Understanding (MOUs) for Bargaining Units 603 and 604 has been finalized between the County and Local 1014. Bargaining Unit 603/604 includes Health Haz Mat (HHM), Fire Protection Engineers (FPEA), Dispatchers, and Forestry Technicians. 

Your Local 1014 Executive Board and Bargaining Team worked tirelessly to ensure that our 603/604 members received the recognition and pay they deserve for their tireless work and sacrifice. This is the richest per member non-safety contract in the County. 

This contract includes a retroactive +2% to 6/1/19 and a retroactive +2.5% to 10/1/19 in addition to +2% specialty bonuses in ALL groups retroactive to 6/1/19.  Please see the attached fact sheet for more details. 

We left no money on the table and we strongly urge a “YES” vote to ratify this Tentative Agreement. Thank you for your support. 



VOTING PROCESS

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we are allowing in-person voting on Tuesday, May 12 through Thursday, May 14 at the Health Hazmat Division from 0800-1000 am and at Dispatch from 0630-0800 am all days.  

You must have your Department ID to vote. If you are out on Injury, please contact Local 1014 and a ballot will be mailed out to you. Note: For Dispatch personnel, a Union representative will arrive at 0630 am on all three days to allow on and off going shift to get their ballots in.

Votes will be counted Friday, May 15.  If ratified, the Board of Supervisors will then vote on the contract ratification at their next scheduled meeting.  

Thank you to our members who stood tough and allowed us to fight it out to secure the other items in addition to general salary. It has not been an easy road and we had to fight the Department and the County on many proposals to protect our members. This has been a long road but well worth it to get our members the pay and recognition they deserve. 

In Solidarity and Strength,

President Dave Gillotte and the Local 1014 Executive Board 


Download: 603-604 Fact Sheet.pdf
Friday Update 5-1-20

Updated On: May 15, 2020 (08:47:00)

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat P
ersonnel

FRIDAY UPDATE 
 

Brothers and Sisters,

As we continue to serve on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are also seeing the enconomic impact of this pandemic not only in our communities but in our forecasted revenue for the County of Los Angeles. Your Local 1014 Union, is doing everything in its power to continue to fight for the resources, staffing, wages, hours, and working conditions our members deserve as we fight this pandemic. Make no mistake, this will be a difficult recovery process for our County. It is critical that we remain in solidarity with each other and that we continue to provide first-class service to our residents. Your Union is working hard on the legislative, political, and departmental fronts to ensure that we weather this storm and that we continue to make critical items like staffing a priority for our future.

Economic Outlook 

The economic impact from the closure of businesses and the loss of sales tax not only affects the businesses but also the County. We have been engaged and involved with our partners in Labor through the Coalition of County Unions (CCU).  
 
Together with the CEO and the BOS we have formed a team to work on State and Federal legislation to ensure CARES 3.5 and CARES 4.0 currently being crafted will reach the County of Los Angeles as “Revenue Loss Replacement”.  Within that effort is the IAFF and CPF with Local affiliates work to ensure that the UASI, SAFER and FIREACT Grant funding is moved from 75% to 100% funding along with the addition of SAFER Act waivers allowing for “retention of personnel”.  This was critical to keep job loss and staffing reductions to a minimum during the last recession and will be even more critically nationally now. 
 
Our Fire Department is unique in that we are a “Fire District” and Local 1014 along with the Department Chiefs throughout the years made ourselves an annexed department as well as a “special district” within California.  Meaning, we are exempt from ERAF (Education Funds to the State) and get a pass-through of our property tax collections as a special district.  No elected body can touch those funds which keeps us safe when times are good from a property tax perspective, but also means we can receive no help when we hit hard times.  We do receive a small portion of County General Fund for Lifeguard Services, but we joined LACoLA (Lifeguard Union) in working with Supervisor Don Knabe to ensure a line item amount that is secure from the County General Fund.  
 
Last week, it was reported that the County is facing a $2 billion shortfall in the coming months in sales tax alone due to COVID-19.  This is significant and you have already seen the County make changes to adjust to this funding shortfall.  They have come after the 401k and 457k match money for starters.  With all bargaining units coming to the table at the end of this year, they have already cut budgets to the General Fund Departments including the Sheriff’s Department.  Public Safety is considered essential services and, of course, the public will demand proper service levels in this time of critical need, but we are not immune from the negative funding effects of this crisis.  
 
We have begun working with the County CEO and BOS and the Fire Chief to quantify what that impact may be to us and the County.  The impact will likely hit in 2021 and planning for how to absorb that in the best and prioritized way becomes critical for all CCU members.  We want to keep high in the priority proper staffing levels, wages, benefits including healthcare and retirement at the top of the list while maintaining safe working conditions.  Good numbers will become the key ingredient for any and all discussions about budget.  We are in a contract and we have not agreed to open up on anything on the salary or fringe benefit side and will not entertain any such discussions until we all agree on the numbers.  
 
We will keep you informed as we progress in this effort as we work on our own situation as a Special District, but also along with our CCU partners with regard to the Fringe Contract as well.  We should all be markedly concerned about the revenue loss and vigilant to keep the public on our side through our great service and commitment to the mission while we work this out.  Even retirees should keep their heads up and be mindful of social media posts and interactions.  We are positioned very well to handle this rough time but it will not be business as usual for some time.  Be good to each other as we enter this environment and in strength and solidarity. 
 
REMAINING VIGILANT 
 
Los Angeles County Fire Fighter’s Local 1014 members are truly fortunate that we have seen only 18 positive COVID-19 out of a nearly 3,200 member workforce.  We have had about 200 folks on watch status and all members returned to work healthy.  We have been able to keep our members healthy and while other agencies like Torrance, Chicago, FDNY have not been so fortunate. But we have simply been "lucky”.  The reason we have seen low numbers is because of the use of PPE and the Practices and Policies we crafted together with the Department, County Public Health, and our Medical Director Dr. Clayton Kazan.  
 
We worked very hard to secure the PPE. We were 3-4 weeks ahead of the nation on our policies and practices to screen at work, mandate PPE use with masks on us and patients, use of gowns and goggles especially in aerosolizing procedures.  We are in good shape because we rose to the occasion.  
 
Our biggest concern now is complacency and a softening of our practices and procedures at a time when the second wave of COVID could hit. The political rhetoric and misinformation on social media and in the media also serves to fuel complacency and reduced support from our members during this critical time.  We will not support a softening of practices nor procedures with regard to our needs on calls. In Dr. Kazan’s words, we should treat EVERY PATIENT as if they are COVID positive and continue to abide by the strict use of PPE. 
 
We are calling on our Local 1014 membership, regardless of your “take on things” to absolutely and without variance follow the PPE rules and procedures to keep not only yourself safe, but our families at home and the public we serve.  Look to see more on this as we enter the next few weeks through Union Posts, EA’s and the FIRESYNC app.  Stay safe and please REMAIN VIGILANT.

Legislative Update 

Local 1014 along with the California Professional Firefighters (CPF) have been pushing for greater protections for our members. We are pleased to announce that we now have CPF-sponsored state legislation for COVID-19 PRESUMPTION for our members. 

If passed, AB 664 will ensure that firefighters, law enforcement officers and healthcare workers responding to the COVID-19 crisis will be eligible for workplace protection should they contract the virus or any other communicable disease when a state or local government emergency is declared. Protections include full medical and disability coverage, and death benefits as wells as temporary disability payments for any periods of ordered quarantine.

Thank you to the incredible coalition of coauthors of this bill: Assemblyman Jim Cooper (D- Elk Grove), Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez (D- San Diego) and Assemblyman Rob Bonta (D- Alameda) and Senator Tom Umberg (D- Santa Ana), as well as, Assemblymembers Aguiar-Curry (D- Winters), Burke (D- Inglewood), Chen (R- Yorba Linda), Chiu (D- San Francisco), Flora (R- Ripon), Lackey (R- Palmdale), McCarty (D- Sacramento), Petrie-Norris (D- Irvine), and Waldron (R- Escondido), State Senators Hueso (D- San Diego) and Stern (D- Calabasas).

We will have more on this as we continue to build a strong coalition of support and fight to get this critically important bill passed once the legislature resumes its sessions. 

Next week our Brother Derek Urwin will participate in a Facebook live event with CPF, Clean Water Action, and Senator Ben Allen regarding our support of SB 1044, CPF’s co-sponsored legislation to phase out the usage of PFAS in firefighting foamsSB 1044, by State Senator Ben Allen(D-Santa Monica), would ban the manufacture, sale, and use of firefighting foam containing PFAS. It also would mandate that manufacturers of firefighting gear include a written notice if the equipment contains PFAS chemicals. These “forever chemicals” do not break down in the environment, and have been linked to an increased risk of cancer, reproductive and immune system harm, liver or thyroid disease, ulcerative colitis, high cholesterol, and other health problems. 

PFAS Video Debut and Q&A Session 
Tuesday, May 5 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm. 

Click here to RSVP to the chat or to submit a question for the Q&A sessioncleanwateraction.org/pfas-movie

Community Partners 

Thank you to our long-standing friend Assemblymember Phillip Chen (R) for securing a donation of 10,000 disposable surgical masks from Condor Outdoor Products, Inc and their Irwindale location! These masks will be used to help our members and members of the public prevent the spread of COVID-19. 

Thank you to Assemblymember Chen for always supporting our members in our mission to serve the public. Chen is also one of the coalition of coauthors for our California Professional Firefighters sponsored COVID-19 Presumption Bill (AB 664) we will be fighting to pass to protect our members. 

As always, please get your information from reliable and confirmed sources: Local 1014, Department EA’s, IAFF and CPF as well as FireSync App which all have COVID-19 information links with the COVID-19 reporting link as well. 

Stay safe; take care of each other. Remember that your conduct both on and off duty with regard to social distancing, cleaning and proper PPE makes a difference in not only your health but the health of those you work with and their families.  Be responsible and let us all do our part.

In Solidarity and Strength,

President Dave Gillotte and the Local 1014 Executive Board 

Friday Update 4-24-20

Updated On: May 08, 2020 (08:52:00)

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat P
ersonnel

FRIDAY UPDATE 
 

Brothers and Sisters,

This week, our members continue to see a steady influx in the severity of calls due to COVID-19. Your Union is working collaboratively with the Department, LA County Public Health, our Board of Supervisors, and the State to ensure that we continue to receive the equipment and resources we need to serve our communities and keep our members safe. As we continue to navigate this process, your Union is looking for more ways we can support our members, their families, and the community. 

On a positive note, we have encouraging news from our Brothers and Sisters at Torrance Firefighters Association Local 1138, who had a member who needed a plasma donation due to COVID-19. See their message of thanks below: 

The Torrance Fire Department would like to thank everyone for their overwhelming support over the past few days! We are happy to report positive progress in our fire engineer's recovery as he continues to receive aggressive treatment, and a preliminary plasma donor has been identified. We are hopeful that his condition improves. Should his condition improve enough and he does not need the plasma therapy after all, the plasma that is now designated for him can be given instead to a patient in more dire need. Each day we are celebrating small gains and keep our prayers focused on our family member who is fighting COVID-19.

Thank you to our Union family for stepping up and finding a donor. While this is good news, we must remain vigilant as we are still facing this danger every day out in the field.

In our own Local 1014 Family, we have a member who needs our thoughts and prayers next week. Brother Germain Aguilera from FS 20 is undergoing surgery to have a brain tumor removed next week. Please keep our Brother in your prayers next week. We will have more information for those who wish to support him and his family next week. For now, thoughts and prayers for a smooth surgery and a quick recovery. 

Peer Support and Telemental Health Services and Services for Families

As a reminder, the Warriors Research Institute (WRI) - run by IAFF Behavioral Health partner Dr. Suzy Gulliver - is offering telemental health services at no cost to all IAFF members. 

Treatment is provided on a secure web platform by licensed therapists who have experience working with firefighters. Call in by phone or participate via your personal computer in the comfort of your own home. Treatment can address a range of behavioral health challenges and you do not need a specific diagnosis to participate. Learn more here.  

Additionally, please remember to use the resources available through the Union from IAFF, and CPF including the Peer Support Program, which includes active, retiree and family resources, and the Healing Our Own website if you need help.  

We often focus on the stress of our members while on the job; however, the stress at home for families is equally great right now with schools closed and activities postponed. Please share these resources with your families and encourage them to reach out if needed. 

As always, please get your information from reliable and confirmed sources: Local 1014, Department EA’s, IAFF and CPF as well as FireSync App which all have COVID-19 information links with the COVID-19 reporting link as well. 

Stay safe; take care of each other. Remember that your conduct both on and off duty with regard to social distancing, cleaning and proper PPE makes a difference in not only your health but the health of those you work with and their families.  Be responsible and let us all do our part.

In Solidarity and Strength,

President Dave Gillotte and the Local 1014 Executive Board 

Friday Update 4-17-20

Updated On: May 05, 2020 (14:15:00)
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Friday Update 4-10-20

Updated On: Apr 30, 2020 (10:57:00)

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat 
Personnel

FRIDAY UPDATE 
 

Brothers and Sisters,

As we end another dynamic week of our members saving lives out in the field and altering their own lives at home to meet the challenges of COVID-19. 

This week’s update will be brief, here are a few items to keep you up to speed on what your Union has been doing for you and your families at all levels to ensure we get through this crisis. 

Department Update 

Per our update last week, we are working on getting the benefits of The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act implemented for our members. When this legislation was first enacted, it did not apply to public safety personnel. Now through our hard work and collaboration with the CEO, we have reached an agreement where our members will now be included in the benefit. We are in contact with management regarding the hours and administrative issues and hope to have this implemented soon. As a reminder, please see the guideline below regarding time off, proper coding and exposure reporting. 

  • Sick Time - Members who take sick off duty or found at morning screenings.
  • Ordered Absence - ZI for those to have been exposed and are symptomatic - full pay, no benefit time used. 
  • Confirmed COVID-19 Test Positive - Converted to Injury Claim and “I” process.  
  • Please Follow COVID-19 reporting policies to track and also set up for reimbursement for the County and Fire in the future. File a workers’ compensation case where appropriate. 

Note: if you find yourself out of benefit time and have the need to self-quarantine please call the Union for help with those special circumstances and we will address those issues individually as well as with priority. 

PPE Update 

The Department has been proactive in securing any and all available PPE for our members. We did receive some from the national stockpile that had faulty bands. Please review EA-183 which addresses this issue. The Warehouse, Procurement, and the EMS section have been busy ensuring our Department has the supplies they need including contract purchases for PPE.

Many of our members have asked if the information gets back to the stations from the hospitals for suspected COVID-19 positive patients to confirm to the crew that they had a positive patient. The answer is yes, this is happening.  If a hospital receives a Person Under Investigation (PUI) for COVID and test show positive, then health programs section contacts crews to inform them of the potential exposure.  Crews need to be diligent and document all potential or suspected exposure to PUI utilizing the Department's COVID exposure form.

Please be sure to use Department COVID resources. They are located on the main intranet page for LACoFD in the highlighted box, which is in the center and is labeled COVID Resources. This link contains all COVID-19 related info including EAs, Exposure Reports and the COVID Dashboard which tracks suspected COVID cases through our EMS Dispatch System. 

Legislative Update 

We continue to diligently work on legislative issues at all levels of government to ensure our members have the protections and benefits they need to not only endure during this crisis but remain healthy. Your Union Executive Board regularly meets with the Fire Chief, the Board of Supervisors and the CEO to partner on state and federal issues that impact funds and support for LA County as a whole and our LA County Fire Department. 

To end this week, President Gillotte along with Labor Leaders from the State had a conference call with Governor Gavin Newsom to discuss critical legislative action that will help our members in the field provide care. This included the suggestion by Chief Osby and Local 1014 to temporarily allow alternative destination transport in California. The federal government recently allowed the use of Medicare to pay for ambulance transport to alternative destinations rather than the emergency rooms, we cannot yet do that in California. Local 1014 submitted a recommendation to temporarily implement a similar ordinance in California so we are not taking COVID-19 patients to the Emergency Room. This would be another tool, similar to telemedicine, to stop the flow of people into crowded emergency rooms. The Governor assured us he is making progress on this front and will update us as it becomes a reality. 

Additionally, we also discussed on the call, the lack of local funding in the federal stimulus packages. This has the potential to significantly impact our staffing as this crisis progresses. It is essential that we partner with our state partners to ensure that money comes to where it is needed most, the local level. The Governor assured us that he is in contact with Washington and has lobbied for a bottom-up approach to this issue in order to protect our local economies and our ability to provide service. We are working hand in hand with the CEO and the BOS on this important task that will affect our budget.  

Once again, we see that our political action is the most important part of ensuring that our members have a voice at all levels of government. 

AB 1945 - Dispatchers

Special Note for our Dispatchers - You may have seen or heard about AB-1945, a bill introduced to give Dispatchers “First Responder” status.  The author of this bill and those pushing this effort have refused to talk with the CPF and Local 1014 about the bill. This bill as currently written does nothing more than giving a title to Dispatchers and furthermore leaves the negative impact of CalPERS amendments and other such language that would harm efforts to get our Dispatchers covered under PTSI Presumption and other needed coverage for our Dispatchers.  The author has frankly taken the low road and the easy road to try and appease Dispatchers with a “Name Only Title” of First Responder.  We have offered to help amend the bill and or craft language that would differentiate public dispatchers from private dispatcher systems and also move our Dispatchers along the path of the much-needed coverage by our Behavioral Health Bill.  The author had refused amendments and in its current form would be DETRIMENTAL to public safety dispatchers.  Local 1014 along with CPF oppose this bill and we will take this matter up ourselves and craft our own sponsored Dispatch legislation.  The matter is before the Executive Board as the next legislative session starts.  More next week on this effort.  

1014 Health Plan

At the Union Hall, our Local 1014 staff continuing to adapt and make the migration to work at home with telework. We are committed to staying open for business processing claims and ensuring care for our members and their families continue during this time. 

As a reminder, in order to keep our members and their families informed we have created a COVID-19 Family Resource Guide.  Click here to download a copy

Staffing and Training 

    

On the staffing front, we have seen some positive movement starting to shift with days off and less recalls. Class 156 is up and running and we have two more towers in June and two in September. We would like to thank the Training Staff and TSS for their work to get this drill tower handled with the combined use of technology, old school grinder work, social distancing and cleaning in place. This is a new way, but a way that is working well and may influence a model for future training towers.

On the state level, the State Board of Fire Service and Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC) are working with Labor and management to ensure our method secures full dollars on training which is critical for securing our funding.  

Peer Support Help and Resources 
We recognize that this is a trying time for many of our members and their families as they often risk exposure in order to protect our communities.  Please remember to use the resources available through the Union from IAFF, and CPF including the Peer Support Program, which includes active, retiree and family resources, and the Healing Our Own website if you need help.   

As always, please get your information from reliable and confirmed sources: Local 1014, Department EA’s, IAFF and CPF as well as FireSync App which all have COVID-19 information links with the COVID-19 reporting link as well. Click here to view all Local 1014 COVID-19 Resources.

Stay safe, take care of each other. Remember that your conduct both on and off duty with regard to social distancing, cleaning and proper PPE makes a difference in not only your health but the health of those you work with and their families.  Be responsible and let us all do our part.

In Solidarity and Strength,

President Dave Gillotte and the Local 1014 Executive Board 

Friday Update 4-3-20

Updated On: Apr 24, 2020 (09:17:00)

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat 
Personnel

FRIDAY UPDATE 
 

Brothers and Sisters,

As we close out yet another week in grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, we would again like to thank our members and their families for continuing to selflessly serve our communities and make the sacrifices in order to provide care to those who need it. The Executive Board is proud to represent you and your families as you fight on the frontlines. 

Legislative Update 

On the legislative side, your Union has been hard at work together with ALADS and LACOLA to ensure that our members receive the benefit time they need to take care of themselves and their families. 

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) requires certain employers to provide employees with paid sick leave or expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19. When this legislation was first enacted, it did not apply to public safety personnel. Now through our hard work and collaboration with the CEO, we have reached an agreement where our members will now be included in the benefit. 

The Act provides that employees are eligible for:

  • Two weeks (up to 80 hours) of paid sick leave at the employee’s regular rate of pay where the employee is unable to work because the employee is quarantined and/or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and seeking a medical diagnosis
  • Two weeks (up to 80 hours) of paid sick leave at two-thirds the employee’s regular rate of pay because the employee is unable to work because of a bona fide need to care for an individual subject to quarantine, or to care for a child (under 18 years of age) whose school or child care provider is closed or unavailable for reasons related to COVID-19, and/or the employee is experiencing a substantially similar condition 
  • Up to an additional 10 weeks of paid expanded family and medical leave at two-thirds the employee’s regular rate of pay where an employee, who has been employed for at least 30 calendar days, is unable to work due to a bona fide need for leave to care for a child whose school or child care provider is closed or unavailable for reasons related to COVID-19.

The Union is currently in negotiations with the Department to develop a policy for administering this time, including front-loading the time from April 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020 for members to use as needed. We will have more details on this as we solidify the arrangement and develop systems for processing with the Department.  We will be helping the Department to make the conversions for 56-hour personnel and also a simple and easy to use policy and procedure for this time.  Additionally, any individual who met the criteria from April 1 on we will move to get that time converted under this act and Board of Supervisors (BOS) order for public safety.  We will continue to move the issue of time, workers' compensation coverage and antibody testing forward with the Governor and legislature as well. 
 

We want to thank the BOS and the CEO Sachi Hamai for moving this item forward for all employees but specifically for including public safety in the order where we were exempt in the original language.  We will continue to work with the County BOS, the CEO and the Chief as we deal with all of the issues affecting our members.   

This is a huge win for our members and their families. As this pandemic progresses our members will need this additional time to deal with quarantine, self-isolate or tend to sick family members.  Look for more details on this as we roll this out in the next few weeks. 

Taking Care of Our Fire Family 

As a reminder, in order to keep our members and their families informed we have created a COVID-19 Family Resource Guide. This guide was mailed to homes last week and contains important information such as symptoms, cleaning practices, behavioral health guidelines, making a plan for your family in the event of quarantine, and more. Click below to download a copy. 

PPE AND SAFETY AT WORK 

Please continue to make sure your crews have the proper PPE with gowns, masks, and goggles as well as cleaning supplies and follow the mandates and guides for dealing with COVID-19 suspected patients and in general while at work.  It is critically important that all of our members adhere to the twice-daily screenings to ensure no one comes to work and brings COVID-19 exposure into the firehouses and sites.  
In addition, please review the latest PPE and Social Distancing Guidelines (See guidelines here).

Peer Support Help and Resources 
The month of April is Stress Awareness Month and we would like to remind our members that health is not just physical it is also mental. We recognize that this is a trying time for many of our members and their families as they often risk exposure in order to protect our communities.  Please remember to use the resources available through the Union from IAFF, and CPF including the Peer Support Program, which includes active, retiree and family resources if you need help.   

Our Peer Team has been meeting weekly to assess needs not only with our regular calls but the additional impact due to COVID-19.  Our Peers, along with clinicians, have been reaching out to those in quarantine or exposure situations, to families, to the Executive Staff and to the Executive Board of the Union. They have made a huge difference during this crisis. 

Finally, the California Behavioral Health Task Force met virtually every day this week in order to add more resources for our members and their families through Healing Our Own. If any members or their families have a COVID-19 related story about dealing with the pandemic, PPE issues, quarantine issues, or dealing with a family member or peer's illness, please send us a note so we can contact you. Your story could help others who are also battling stress, anxiety and physical issues due to the impact of COVID-19. If you would like to share your story please email President Gillotte at daveg@local1014.org or call or text at 310-925-2358.  

As always, please get your information from reliable and confirmed sources: Local 1014, Department EA’s, IAFF and CPF as well as FireSync App which all have COVID-19 information links with the COVID-19 reporting link as well. Click here to view all Local 1014 COVID-19 Resources.

Stay safe, take care of each other. Remember that your conduct both on and off duty with regard to social distancing, cleaning and proper PPE makes a difference in not only your health but the health of those you work with and their families.  Be responsible and let us all do our part.

In Solidarity and Strength,

President Dave Gillotte and the Local 1014 Executive Board 

Friday Update 3-27-20

Updated On: Apr 17, 2020 (14:38:00)

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat 
Personnel

FRIDAY UPDATE 

 Click here to view the video. 

Brothers and Sisters,

Good evening. Thank you to all Firefighters, Paramedics, Pilots, FSA's, Dispatchers, Fire Prevention, Forestry, and Health Hazmat Fire Personnel for your tireless efforts on the front lines. We have all been working so hard, both on and off duty, to deal with the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic and its far-reaching impacts. 

This Friday update, like each week, contains useful information in the attachments and links for our members and for our families at home. Please get your information from reliable and confirmed sources: Local 1014, Department EA’s, IAFF and CPF as well as FireSync App which all have COVID-19 information links with the COVID-19 reporting link as well.  

Click here to view all Local 1014 COVID-19 Resources


PPE AND SAFETY AT WORK 

Please continue to make sure your crews have the proper PPE with gowns, masks, and goggles as well as cleaning supplies and follow the mandates and guides for dealing with COVID-19 suspected patients and in general while at work.  It is critically important that all of our members adhere to the twice-daily screenings to ensure no one comes to work and brings COVID-19 exposure into the firehouses and sites.  


In addition, please remember that your conduct both on and off duty with regard to social distancing and cleaning makes a difference in not only your health but the health of those you work with and their families.  Be responsible and let us all do our part.  Please review the latest PPE and Social Distancing Guidelines (See guidelines here).


We are embedded in the Ready Net order and supply center with our IMT in charge. The Union and Department are in contact with the CEO, BOS, and Public Health to coordinate priorities within the County and ensure we are a priority. If you have any issues getting your PPE please contact Director Jason Green who is working with Chief Robertson and Ewald.  

Quarantine Information 

Members have access to County-controlled hotels dedicated to public safety only (Fire, Sheriff, and Lifeguards) to use in the event quarantine at home is not an option due to the inability to have safe social distancing from other family members or high-risk family members at home.  All Unions have thrown together a relief fund to provide food, internet, etc. at these three hotels. The hotels are located in Santa Clarita, LAX, and East End. 
 The Union along with ALADS, PPOA, and LACOLA worked together in a lobbying effort with the CEO to secure these resources. 

If you are positive or have symptoms and have a need for the accommodations please notify your supervisor and call any Union Board Member. We will handle that arrangement.  We have also set up Health Programs Services, Union and PEER outreach calls for our quarantined members. As a reminder, quarantine is for 7 days and 72 hours symptom-free. 


Time Off and How it is Coded - COVID-19 Exposure Reporting 

  • Sick Time - Members who take sick off duty or found at morning screenings.
  • Ordered Absence - ZD for those to have been exposed and are symptomatic - full pay, no benefit time used. 
  • Confirmed COVID-19 Test Positive - Converted to Injury Claim and “I” process.  
  • Please Follow COVID-19 reporting policies to track and also set up for reimbursement for the County and Fire in the future (See EA here) 
     

Firefighter Testing 

Dr. Kazan is the coordinator for all LA County COVID-19 testing.  He has secured Firefighter priority for testing, but please watch the Doc Talk videos below for information on the criteria necessary for a test.  However, it does us no good to burn through the tests as they are limited (“false negatives”, not effective in the timeline of quarantine or treatment).  Signs and symptoms are also necessary for the documentation of this virus.  Please note the CPF, our state Union is working to secure Firefighter tests through a large diagnostic firm. Local 1014 will help to administer those tests for LA County Department. More on the additional testing as we finish that negotiation.  Also, the Local 1014 Health Plan will cover the test, but most doctor’s offices and clinics will approve with criteria.


Please also see the latest training "Doc Talk" videos done by Dr. Kazan below for more information on health safety and sanitization best practices. 


Class 156 is a go!  - Recruit classes remain a priority to fill Vacancies during the crisis 
                            
Local 1014 along with the Fire Chief, Training Services Section, BC, Training Captains, Chief Breshears, Dr. Kazan, and our partners at County Public Health came together to make history. With the impending cancellation of drill towers in other Departments, we decided to work outside the box to create a COVID-19 Environment Drill Tower.  We made this program from the ground up, called the military partners, and worked to have a shortened 6-days a week drill tower with essential skills handled on the grinder. We engaged Zoom, and online learning in addition to outside classrooms and precautions like washing and decon stations. While this is not a perfect training environment, we are relying on the Training Instructors to adapt and remain flexible as we navigate these uncharted waters. 

Finally, we secured contracts with two hotels at each drill tower site where recruits will be sequestered, just like boot camp, for six days a week with Sunday off allowing for socially compliant family time.  We have included the Peers and Clinicians for both the recruits and the Instructors during this time. The medic FF class will be out in 5 weeks and the non-Firefighter veterans' portion of the class will be out in 8 weeks. Going six days a week makes that literally 25 days and 42 days. We will keep you posted as we progress. Other departments have already reached out to mirror our plan.  We are also preparing Del Valle for June’s class and three more after that.  We must stay on course to hire and fill vacancies throughout this pandemic or we will see the ramifications later on.

Peer Support Help and Resources 

Our Peer Team has been meeting weekly to assess needs not only with our regular calls but the additional impact due to COVID-19.  Our Peers, along with clinicians, have been reaching out to those in quarantine or exposure situations, to families, to the Executive Staff and to the Executive Board of the Union. They have made a huge difference during this crisis. Take a look at the Behavioral Health Tools from IAFFCPF and Local 1014 including the attached COVID-19 Family Guide which we mailed to our members' homes. The Peers will be an integral part of Class 156. Thank you so much for your work. 

Legislative and Political Action Report 

At the Local County level our relationships with the BOS, CEO and Fire Chief helped ensure we had a seat at the table for the COVID-19 response. In every aspect including, tools. equipment, policies, procedures, best practices, and timekeeping, we were included and able to ensure our members had a relatively seamless transition to a COVID-19 work environment.  Thank you to Chief Osby for partnering early and often--we continue to navigate this storm together. 

At the State level, as 7th District Vice President, and at the National level in the 10th District, I am working on behalf of the Executive Board and Local 1014 to help ensure the Federal and State financial aid is in place for LA County and LA County Fire.  Additionally, we are helping write the legislation for workers' compensation, health, and safety for COVID-19. The legislature is back in session in April and we are confident we will have bipartisan support for our legislation.  In the meantime, we are also working on a Governor’s Directive.  Local 1014 proposed law to ensure that existing 4850 time for injured workers off duty is tolled during this time due to the inability to access IME’s and Doctors for treatment.  We are also working through the IAFF to amend the Ryan White Act to include COVID-19 for reporting of exposure. 

                            

We were also part of the LA County Labor Management Team that worked to secure the USNS Mercy. This was a tremendous effort. Thank you to the President for working with us to get that done.  Also thank you to Governor Gavin Newsom for his help and continued support for Firefighters with regard to PPE’s, testing, health, safety, and work comp issues. A bipartisan effort is truly happening at the state and federal level. 

A word of caution however on the federal aid packages, we are in the third financial relief package and no relief for folks making what our members make, and no real money for local government for the loss of revenue.  Just as businesses are getting aid, LA County and all Counties need general revenue loss relief.  While LA County Firefighters are essential workers and we have Fire District funding, we are all subject to the financial situation at the County of LA. We will continue to stand with our fellow Unions to lobby for direct financial support which is so critical to the County budget, our healthcare and pension funding.  We will keep you posted. Please follow along with Local 1014, CPF and IAFF for updates. 

Local 1014 Health and Welfare staff moved to telework

  
Safe Social Distanced Briefing of Local 1014 Health Trust Team on Telework with our IT consultant James Sileo of CityscapeITPros.

Local 1014 Executive Board and the Health Trustees came together to create a plan to move our workers to telework. Given the closures of non-essential businesses and a possibility we may get moved into that category, we acted immediately for the safety of our employees and their families.   This was a huge undertaking. We moved quickly to secure the hardware, cell phones, and establish internet with the bandwidth needed, and secure HIPPA and ensure security for every job at the Union Hall. This three-phase plan includes some office time for essential personnel with once a week runs where our postal machines and reports must be handled on-site.  Thank you to all who worked on this endeavor so we can ensure uninterrupted health care coverage for our members while protecting our employees. 

Staffing Levels 

Local 1014 is working daily with Chief Deputy Richardson and his OPS Executive Staff to formulate a COVID-19 safe staffing levels plan.  This is not easy and we have already been at near 20% vacancy due to injury and vacancy in the ranks. Engineer and Captains ranks are filled up a bit better and the FFPM positions are fairly good. The FF rank is devastated and as we work to fill those ranks by running the towers we also seek other relief.  We are clarifying for the Department that pre-COVID-19 staffing levels are what we have been dealing with for months now. There are things like lifting the cap, not counting work downs or recalls against the cap, and other staffing agreements we can structure to help.  Fixing workers' compensation so that our members can be seen, diagnosed and treated in a timely manner and efficiently running drill towers are all items that are part of this plan. For COVID-19 impact for regular staffing and strike team needs, should we be in that situation, we are working on trigger points by agreement and methods to secure staffing levels rather than lose staffing during this time.  Even a two-platoon system is in the mix should we get there.  


In conclusion, do your part, follow the rules both on and off duty to work and live safely in this environment.  Be kind and supportive to each other at work, and take time to ensure your families are secure and safe with good information and communication.  Physical and mental health is important. Leave time for plenty of that at work, as well as consider reaching out to the peers if needed.  We will continue to update you each week and as necessary when new information on health and safety is available.  

LA County Fire and Local 1014 members have done a remarkable job to ensure our workforce is safe and protected as we serve on the front lines.  Let us know if you have any needs or items you need help with during this time that we may not be aware of yet. 


In Solidarity and Strength,

President Dave Gillotte and the Local 1014 Executive Board 

Clarification of COVID-19 Exposure Reporting

Updated On: Apr 09, 2020 (17:01:00)

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat 
Personnel

IMPORTANT COVID-19 MESSAGE TO LOCAL 1014 MEMBERS 

Clarification of Covid Exposure Reporting

Brothers and Sisters,

ALL reporting of exposures to the Covid virus needs to be done SOLELY on the new electronic form that was put out to all sites via email (EA-146). See attached form samples. There is NO need to fill out a 382 via NFIRS. This allows us real-time tracking of members that are exposed to the virus and are potentially positive versus waiting for signatures and sending them battalion mail. Regardless of whether or not you are wearing proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)---FILL OUT AN EXPOSURE REPORT! 

The new sent home sick form that is also included in EA-146 is to be filled out by the on-duty Captain for all members that are EITHER sent home sick from morning lineup, during the day OR call in sick. In the event that a member that is working multiple days is sent home sick with signs and/or symptoms, ALL members that have had contact with that member should fill out an electronic Covid exposure report.

If a member is sent home sick his time card should reflect “S” not “ZI”. “ZI” is to be used ONLY when a member has been contacted AND notified by the health programs office that he/she is ordered on a 14-day quarantine. Once a member is ordered to a 14-day quarantine the chain of command is notified also via the health programs office.

All other exposures( i.e. any other communicable disease, blood splash etc.) are to be filed on the normal NFIRS reporting method.

All other injuries are still to be reported on the normal NFIRS reporting method.

If you have any further questions on this item or have issues with your chain of command, contact the Union immediately. 

In Solidarity,

President Dave Gillotte and the Local 1014 Executive Board 


Download: COVID-19 Exposure Reporting and Employee Sick Reporting Process Attachment II.pdf, COVID-19 Exposure Reporting and Employee Sick Reporting Process Attachment I.pdf, COVID-19 Exposure and Employee Sick Reporting Process.pdf
COVID-19 Update 3-23-20

Updated On: Apr 03, 2020 (10:05:00)

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat 
Personnel

COVID-19 UPDATE


Brothers and Sisters,

As we begin the week, we would like to update you on a few critical items related to the COVID-19 response.

Testing

For your Union, testing is our number one priority for our members and your Union Board has been working diligently to address the need for widespread immediate testing within our first responder community. We need to know the scope of our exposure and we cannot do that without widely available testing for all exposed. 

Today, Los Angeles County together with our LA City partners and our own Dr. Clayton Kazan, who is leading this effort, announced the launch of a new partnership with Seegene Technologies, Inc., a South Korea-based test kit manufacturer, to purchase and process 20,000 new tests for the Coronavirus. This is part of a larger partnership and efforts to provide widespread testing for the public within LA County. This is a four-phase roll out with first responders being the priority for phase 1. The first 20,000 tests will be dedicated to our first responder communities. These tests will also have a much quicker turnaround. Click here to view the full press conference.

While this testing will significantly help our efforts to protect and treat our members, it is not the cureall and it is not the answer to prevention. Testing protocols must take into consideration the long incubation period for this virus and the possibilities of false negatives. The Union, the Department, and Dr. Clayton Kazan are working diligently to ensure that all our members who are exposed to this virus are able to have appropriate care. We commend Dr. Kazan and LA County Board of Supervisors for embracing the plan crafted by Dr. Kazan and input from the Union, the Department Executive Staff and EMS experts which has the proper testing with 24-hour results vs. 5-day turn-a-round.  There is also a priority for Fire and reduced chances for “false-negatives” in the early stages of Covid-19 incubation.  Using these tests along with signs and symptoms, Daily Checks, and the use of our PPE policies and procedures will be a combined set of tools we need to stay safe while we do our jobs.

EXPOSURE REPORTING GUIDELINES AND STANDARDS

The Department put out a guide on exposure reporting that may have been interpreted to not report exposures to Covid-19 or any other communicable disease call or bio-hazard call.  We have contacted the Department and there will be clarification sent out, but the Covid-19 exposure reporting for Covid-19 triage and exposure data is separate and distinctly different than NORMAL AND ROUTINE EXPOSURE REPORTING.  ALL MEMBERS ARE REMINDED TO REPORT EXPOSURES TO FIRE AND COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AND STRESS RELATED CALLS AS YOU NORMALLY WOULD REPORT THEM ON THE WORKER INJURY FORMS AND ON NFIRS AND ANY OTHER ONLINE PER REPORTING SYSTEM YOU MAY USE REGARDLESS OF IF YOU HAD ALL PROPER PPE IN PLACE.      

THE CRITICAL IMPORTANCE OF PPE

We cannot emphasize enough that the best defense you have against the spread of this virus is your PPE equipment. THIS IS NOT THE REGULAR FLU. We need to take this very seriously. As firefighters, we often downplay things that have become normalized to us through our job. This is not one of those items. Follow all the Department and Public Health recommendations for PPE and report exposure even if you have your full PPE on for the call. Just as you would if you responded to a fire. You need to report exposure.

While at work please pay close attention to the EA’s and Union emails that give direction on how to use proper PPE’s while serving our patients.  This issue is real and we must aggressively and diligently use the tools and the knowledge to stay safe on the front lines.  

In general, please remember to do the following: 

  • Place a Mask on the Patients and Consider and 95 masks on you. 
  • Limit the number of Crew who have direct contact with the patient 
  • Wear Gowns and Mask and Goggles where Indicated.
  • Wash your hands regularly while on calls and at the station 
  • Maintain Social Distancing while at work 
  • Clean surfaces at work regularly and often 
  • Wash clothes and uniforms at work regularly and rotate clothes regularly 
  • AVOID IBUPROFEN. Preliminary results indicate that there may be a correlation to the use of Ibuprofen and the morbidity rate. Steer clear just in case, doctor’s orders (Kazan).

Click below to view the training videos from the Department on risk and proper use of PPE equipment. 

https://vimeo.com/398679774


https://vimeo.com/398442533/93401b46a8

Staffing 

You may have heard rumors of staffing plans to cover our post-positions both for our regular service needs and also emergent service needs such as a more robust drawdown of personnel due to Covid-19 exposure, or strike-team needs in the mutual aid system for California.  The Union has been meeting with the Department and crafting drafts of what such a staffing plan would look like.

Everything from how to use 40-hour personnel to use of bodies from all battalions to cover the staffing, up to and including a two-platoon system are on the table and heavily developed as options in draft form.  Also in the discussion are trigger points to implement such staffing plans.  The Department has a right to declare “emergency” and set staffing levels in a unilateral manner under management’s rights in all agencies in California, but they must be careful in invoking those rights for two reasons: legal and MOU compliance issues.  If we are at pre-Covid numbers relative to staffing levels and need, any such breach of staffing agreements in the MOU are violations enforceable by administrative or legal action under meet and confer bargaining. 

The Union recognizes that we also must be ready to staff our engines, trucks, squads, dispatch centers, heavy equipment in air and wildland, staff the fire prevention bureaus and health hazmat bureaus and be ready for wildland response given the potential for having our members out as a result of Covid-19. We have been collaborating and working with the Department to ensure we have a plan we can all agree upon and more importantly trigger points for implementation.  More as this discussion and the drafts become adopted, but rest assured we are ready.

More this week, but Recruit Class 156 has launched and plans for 5 more classes are in play and a priority we are working on.  Watch for a Friday message with details and know that filling the vacancies remains a top priority even in the face of the Covid-19 crisis. 

We implore our members to continue to take this pandemic seriously and follow all PPE policies and procedures and take steps to keep social distancing and hygiene procedures a top priority.  Your safety and the safety of those who may not fare well with this novel virus is at stake.  

Stay safe and please take care of one another as we navigate this uncertain and difficult time. 

In Solidarity,

President Dave Gillotte and the Local 1014 Executive Board 

Friday Update 3-20-20

Updated On: Mar 27, 2020 (14:41:00)

Los Angeles County Firefighters IAFF Local 1014

Representing over 3200 Firefighters, Paramedics, Dispatchers,
Pilots, Wildland Firefighters, Forestry and Health Haz Mat 
Personnel

FRIDAY UPDATE

Click here to view video

Brothers and Sisters,

First, let us begin by saying thank you to our incredible members and their families who are selflessly serving on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic every day.  You are doing a heroic and stellar job as we face an unprecedented health crisis.

We would like to assure our members and our fire families that their health and safety are our #1 priority.   As we navigate this complex and everchanging new environment and work diligently to provide emergency services to those in need throughout our communities, we want to ensure that at home our members are taking every precaution.  As first responders, we face unique risks, this means that both at work and at home we need to maintain an extra level of precaution and sanitization. 

Attached you will find a guide created for our members to help protect and inform our fire family about steps they can take now to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Even if you do not feel sick, you could potentially infect a person who is vulnerable.  The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus.

                                  

Please also take a second read of Wednesday’s message regarding COVID-19 and the issues that we are dealing with in our response.  Every day we are working as part of the team including the Fire Chief, CEO, BOS and the Unions representing the members on the frontline.  We are in daily meetings with all Unions regarding the state of the County to ensure all County workers are taken care of while we all carry out our respective missions.  

Please contact the Union if you have any further questions or concerns. If you are a member of The Local 1014 Health Plan, please remember that we offer telemedicine online through Live Health Online 24/7. Please visit The Local 1014 Health Trust website for more information (www.local1014medical.org). 

Our County Response 

The Public Safety Unions representing Sheriff’s, Lifeguards and Fire are in a separate coalition of Unions working directly with the CEO, BOS and our respective Department Chiefs to address the needs and issues affecting our memberships.  As our members are directly on the frontlines dealing with patients and citizens who may be affected by COVID -19 we have top priority for PPE, and resources to make sure we are able to handle our jobs safely.    

We are working closely with the IMT and Warehouse folks to ensure the PPE we need is readily available. They have been wonderful in clearing up any logjams.  If you are having any issues getting PPE, please notify your Chiefs in your chain of command and contact any Union Director to get that handled ASAP.  In addition, please continue to be vigilant and purposeful in following the protocol and using appropriate PPE. This makes a significant difference in the number of members who might be exposed.  

Quarantine has been one of the issues that all Public Safety Unions have struggled with regarding how and where to quarantine and not expose our homes and families.  Some used hotels and others different homes and none of those options were that efficient or practical.  We will be working resolving all expenses and or other issues with regard to those cases. 

We now have resources allocated by the County in the case of future quarantine needs.  The County has trailers placed regionally throughout the County and alternative housing we will use for any member who is symptomatic and requires quarantine.  We will be also exploring adding resources such as trailers to be placed at members' homes where they can be close but in true quarantine separate from their loved ones. More on this as we get set. Hopefully, we will not have to use these resources, but we will be ready if necessary. 

Legislation 

We are embedded in the Governor’s Office working to address the COVID-19 health and safety issues with regard to workers' compensation along with all other state Firefighter Unions and we will continue to update the membership as that work progresses. Much like MRSA, SARS, and Pneumonia, this will take time.   

Local 1014, ALADS, PPOA and LACOLA, the public safety coalition, is also part of a team working in partnership with the CEO of LA County and the Board of Supervisors to chase federal and state resources and funding for our needs.  This is very important to get FEMA and federal reimbursement for expenses, salary, and wages to provide leave time and ensure the cost of PPE and other large ticket items are covered.  To date, the federal packages under Executive Order of the President have contained no local government monies. We are trying to get ourselves included in the third package and next order.  We are also lobbying to get the west coast Navy hospital ship to be anchored in LA Harbor.  At the state level, we are chasing funding and much-needed directives on workers' compensation in partnership with the County and Cal Chiefs. 

Class 155 and Training

On the local front, we also saw Class 155 graduate and enter the field at a time of unprecedented danger and uncertainty.  They now take their place among us as proud Local 1014 Firefighters.  We are also working hand-in-hand with the Training Services Section to ensure we can find ways to continue our hiring and training of recruits to fill our vacancies.  We must stay on track to fill our spots. This is considered an emergent essential service within our Department.  Know that every effort and consideration to starting our next tower and the next after that are in full swing and moving smoothly even as we deal with this pandemic.  Monday we will greet the newest recruits with special instructions and guidance to keep them safe and get them trained and certified and ready to join us in the field.  Special thanks to Training Services Section who will be working late into each evening getting prepared and adjusted to handle things a bit differently.  

Closing Remarks

Finally, we would like to remind all of our members to take time to keep yourself healthy both mentally and physically.  Take time to ensure you are working out and also spending time away from the news and social media both while at work and at home.  Take time to communicate regularly with your friends and family members and use our family guide to help them understand our work and the things we are doing to stay safe as we serve.  

We are all in this together, and we will get through this together.  Remember our Peer Support Team if you should need additional help and or guidance in dealing with the stressors and uncertainties of this environment.  This is serious and with the “Safer at Home” orders from the County and the State, we all must do our part on and off duty. It has a direct impact on our friends and families.  

Try and support small local businesses while at work when buying chow and when thinking of buying groceries or other items you may need for home.  We applaud Mayor Garcetti and our Chair of the Board of Supervisors Kathryn Barger for their tireless work and collaborative leadership to make the hard decisions needed to intervene and reduce exposure.  

There is no room to pretend that this is not real or disregard the mandates to reduce exposure.  It might not be about you, but it may very well be about the 3, 4 or 5 others you affect who could die as a result.  This is not speculation but rather based on hard data and constant evaluation of modeling done both at the City and the County and the State.  

Stay safe and please take care of one another as we navigate this uncertain and difficult time. 

In Solidarity,

President Dave Gillotte and the Local 1014 Executive Board 


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