Event & Shift Calendar
B Shift = Green
C Shift = Blue
With 500 members strong, we are dedicated to protecting the lives and property of the proud citizens of Toledo. Our fire fighters, EMT's, paramedics and special rescue technicians comprise a highly trained and dedicated staff of men and women who provide a wide range of services for the citizens of Toledo. These services include structural fire fighting, advanced life support paramedic service, technical rescue, hazardous materials response, fire prevention education and fire inspection.
Local 92 honors Cincinnati's bravest, Daryl Gordon for his unwavering sense of duty, pride, and service. Our brothers and sisters stand with Cincinnati Firefighters Local 48 in this difficult time. Rest easy brother.
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A brief description of the committee’s duties
Audit Committee: oversees the financial records of the union, basic checks and balances of finances.
Buildings Committee: Maintain union hall and property
Charities Committee: Help plan and organize Local 92 fundraising. Helping Local 92 give back to our community.
Civil Service Committee: Duties include oversight of promotional system and working closely with the Civil Service and Human Resources Departments.
Constitution and By-laws Committee: meets as necessary to review and update our constitution and by-laws, the governing document of our union. The committee then recommends changes or improvements to Executive Board.
Election Committee: Duties are to run the elections of Local 92
EMS Committee: meets to discuss issues, address problems, and create solutions pertaining to EMS between administration and Local 92 members.
Grievance Committee: is made up of the chairman and three grievance representatives per shift. The Grievance Committee meets regularly to review grievances. It makes recommendations to the Executive Board regarding what actions should be taken through the grievance procedure.
Labor Management Committee: Duties include meeting monthly to discuss issues/problems/concerns that members feel need addressed. Topics can range widely from administrative policies, operating policies and procedures, safety concerns, etc. Ideally, things can be discussed with resolutions agreed upon before members are wronged or harmed.
Additionally, a co-chair position is being opened to any non-executive board member in hopes of getting the body more involved.
Last Alarm Committee: Keep members informed of LODD’s and Retirees who pass. Find ways to increase attendance of Last Alarms.
Negotiations Committee: will be a very active committee. It will meet frequently to conduct research, formulate strategy, review language and provide education opportunities. The committee will be made up of any members that are interested in having input on bargaining.
Officers Committee: to act as a communication and problem solving medium between the administration and TFD officers
PAC Committee: Politics – get involved
Safety Committee: Duties are to help keep us safe. The Safety Committee has voting powers and can change unsafe practices.
Sports Committee: Inform Membership of ongoing activities and getting members involved.
Station Stewards: Duties include keeping members at your station informed about upcoming meetings/events. Additionally, an important role of a station steward is to funnel concerns from crews/stations back to Local 92 and vice versa. This can be accomplished via phone, text, email, or meetings.
Next Union Meeting April 8th, 2015
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