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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

Department: Emergency

Department: Emergency Phone System Special Revenue Cost Center: 21530800 Function: Public Safety Fund: Special Revenue Measure: Number of employees successfully certified in Georgia Crime Information System. Current Status: Operators are currently recertifying on new GCIC materials. Benchmark: All operators certified within six months of employment. Background/ GCIC requires all operators to be certified on the system within six months of employment. Strategies: The extensive workbook and test system along with manpower needs in the radio room make this a difficult task. The need is to make it part of the new in house training program. Measure: Number of employees successfully certified as Basic Communications Officers. Current Status: Operators are currently sent to Georgia Pulic Safety Training Center to receive this certification as required by law. Currently three operators are waiting to go to class - all are still within the six month time frame. Benchmark: All operators certified within six months of employment. Background/Strategies: State law requires all operators be certified within six months of employment. The manpower needs in the radio room and limited number of classes often make this a difficult task. A new procedure will have them apply for class as soon as they are hired. This will give them opportunity to get into class in the required number of months. V - 71

Department: Fire and Emergency Medical Services Cost Center: Function: Public Safety Fund: Mission Statement The Fayette County Department of Fire and Emergency Services is dedicated to the protection of Life, Property and the Environment through the delivery of Quality, Cost Effective and Professional Services to the citizens of Fayette County. The department is composed of the Fire Services division and the Emergency Medical Services division. Please refer to the departmental/division individual sheets. Major Department Functions Directs the preparation, response, recovery and mitigation of events/situations which impact Fayette County related to security/protection of critical infrastructure, life property and the environment within- in time sensitive parameters through the services of Emergency Management/Homeland Security. Directs the delivery of emergency medical services to the unincorporated areas of Fayette County and the municipalities of Brooks, Fayetteville, Tyrone and Woolsey providing advanced life support utilizing first responder engine companies and emergency and critical care transport services utilizing licensed medical ambulances. Provides fire and life safety services to unincorporated areas of Fayette County and the municipalities of Brooks, Tyrone and Woolsey which includes fire suppression, extrication, rescue, hazardous materials response and special rescue and tactical services. Provides a comprehensive fire protection services through prevention/education, emergency response/scene operations, engineering and inspection/investigation programs provided through the Fire Prevention Bureau. Maintain a well-trained and physically fit team of emergency responders with appropriate certifications and knowledge, skills and abilities to meet service demands as a component of a comprehensive wellness program. Major FY 2010 Goals Health & Safety Continue turnout gear inspection program. Update SCBA Face piece fit testing for each member. Bench test each individual SCBA for correct flows and pressures. Training Conduct 1 Apparatus Operator course with NPQ certification. Conduct 1 Aerial Operator course with NPQ certification. Conduct 2 Physical Agility tests per year for prospective candidates. Emergency Response Develop methods to insure turnout times meet current departmental standards. Continues update of all station maps to reflect any changes in our response area. Track any problems noted during response and look for solutions to insure they do not reoccur. V - 72

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