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1

Once transferred into a new spot, how long must you stay in the new spot before requesting another transfer?

8 months

2

Vacancies shall be filled on the basis of seniority, as follows:

1. in pay grade
2. in rank
3. On department

3

Who can request a mutual transfer?

Members of equal rank and pay grade.

4

Single function paramedics will be given priority on primary transfer requests to paramedic ambulances. True or False

True

5

When are transfers made effective?

As of 0800 hours on that Sunday that commences a pay period.

6

Members hired AFTER what date, shall remain non-smokers throughout their employment as a member of the Fire Department.

July 1, 1987

7

If employment verification is needed, who are you told to contact?

Personnel Services Section

8

Is it department policy that all members participate in the organized mess?

Yes

9

When shall a station commander be notified of a member who is not paying mess funds?

5 or more shifts of non payment

10

Payment for house dues SHALL be made even if a member does not wish to partake when _ of the members of any house or company are participants.

1/2

11

How long should receipts for items through house dues be kept for?

3 years

12

What is a "Purpose Statement"?

A statement detailing the specific purpose and logistics concerning House Dues Fund. Each station should have one.

13

Results of all voting for house dues should be posted and a copy of the vote retained for how many months?

6

14

The House Dues coordinator should provide statements to all members regarding relevant accounts how often?

Minimally every 3 months

15

Cash on hand should be confirmed by a minimum of _ members and recorded on a regular basis, minimally every _ weeks.

2,2

16

What two things must be done when doing house dues, a call goes out?

1. Secure cash in a locked cabinet
2. Remove key from lock

17

What does "SOD" stand for? How is it reimbursed?

Scheduled Overtime Duty to help sustain constant staffing: Reimbursed cash or time off.

18

What does "EOD" stand for?

Emergency Overtime Duty for times when planning is not possible (ex. Late relief, recall, unusual major events/incidents): Reimbursed by cash only.

19

Members may cancel a SOD day within a minimum of _ calendar days prior to scheduled overtime date.

5

20

How many "Holiday Codes" are there and what are they?

-21 lettered columns
- A through U

21

A "floating" holiday many not be scheduled on what days?

- Christmas Eve
- Christmas
- New Years Eve
- New Years
- Easter
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving

22

When a member is working own holiday and goes off NIOD or for illness in the family anytime during 24 hours shift, such time shall be charged against members SK, FE, or "Scheduled Holiday".

Scheduled Holiday

23

Prior to participation of sports while on duty, members shall perform warm up and flexibility exercise within _ prior to participation.

one- half hour (1/2 hour)

24

What are the two athletic activities approved by the Fire Department?

- Handball
- Racquetball

25

Maximum reimbursement for watches broken while on duty, is what?

$50
**Except if approved by the CAO.

26

When shall performance evaluations be done?

- Annually
- Transfer of a member
- Rookie (every month)
- Unsatisfactory Performance
- Probationary Promotion
- Pay Grade Advancement
- Longevity
- 6th Step

27

What are the three honorary awards given by the department?

- Medal of Valor
- Award of Merit
- Letter of Special Commendation

28

When is a "Medal of Valor" given?

A member performing an act of conspicuous heroism and/ or bravery under extreme personal risk above and beyond the calculated personal risk demands of the fire service.

29

What else does a member receiving a "Medal of Valor" receive?

- Certificate of Valor
- Medal of Valor Pin
- Resolution of Valor
- Name inscribed on the "Roll of Merit."

30

When is the "Award of Merit" given?

Members taking conspicuous action in rendering aid during a life saving or life threatening situation under circumstances which pose calculated risk to the members, or performing an endeavor which brings significant credit to the Fire Department.