City of Dania Beach
                                              Fire-Rescue Department
                                 ...
Fees:

Submitted September to Finance (without impact fees / matches H.T.E.):

2008:    $26,985.00

2009:    $28,040.00

2...
PILLAR:
               OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENT




                   Emergency Responses
           Total Calls For Servi...
Automatic Aid
                         June 2010 Given 124 Received 80
                          June 2009 Given 150 Recei...
FIRE DEPARTMENT TRAINING RECORD
                     DOCUMENTATION GRAPHIC FOR JUNE 2010
    ONE MONTH RECORD FOR NUMBER O...
PILLAR: FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY
    EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES TRANSPORT FIGURES REPORT
            EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVIC...
Fiscal Year Comparison

            $900,000
            $800,000
            $700,000
            $600,000               ...
Charge Mix



                               Medicare
            Self Pay             24%
             34%


            ...
The June 2010 Report is submitted herein for your review and comment.



Respectfully submitted,



Michael Cassano, Deput...
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June 2010 monthly fire rescue report

  1. 1. City of Dania Beach Fire-Rescue Department “Advancing Service Through Caring “ To: J.R. Fernandez, Fire Chief From: Michael Cassano, Deputy Fire Chief Date: July 13, 2010 Re: Monthly Report – June 2010 Chief Fernandez, provided here is the monthly report for June 2010, with some comparative analysis to same time frame of June 2009. PILLAR: FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY: The 2011 FY budget has been presented to the City of Dania Beach; City Manager, Finance Director, and Assistant Finance Director. The review of potential revenue adjustments, Fire Assessment Fee modifications, and operating accounts Was prepared and presented. The budget was described and defended; CIP required funding for apparatus, equipment, electronic fire prevention programming changes, and staff emergency response vehicles, also a program modification for a administrative Captain position and individual operational line item assessments. A close-out review of previous declared disasters showed $124,000.00 dollar settlement for invoiced and approved work was available for drawdown by the City of Dania Beach. This information came to light as part of a deepening desire to reach out to disaster recovery subject matter experts for assistance in the formation of a Debris Management Program for Dania Beach. FIRE PREVENTION & LIFE SAFETY DIVISION: Presented below are the Fire Prevention Division productivity figures for May 2010, with two previous years worth of comparatives for trending assessment purposes. Inspected Properties: 2008: 237 2009: 272 2010: 289 Plan Review Figures: Square Footage Reviewed # Plans Time Spent Turn-around Time Back to Customer 2008: 860,000 58 44 hrs 1.5 Days 2009: 610,000 37 33 hrs 2.5 Days 2010: 154,000 39 23 hrs 1.1 Days Page 1
  2. 2. Fees: Submitted September to Finance (without impact fees / matches H.T.E.): 2008: $26,985.00 2009: $28,040.00 2010: $26,300.00 PILLAR: INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT: All damaged apparatus, due to two separate accidents have been returned to an available status. A subsequent Broward County loaner has been returned to Broward County as promised. The repairs of the aging fleet continue to work against our vehicle maintenance line item and we have transferred all available funds to offset the negative balance. Dania Beach Fire Rescue has repair costs ($6,000.00) that we have not been received back into maintenance of vehicles budget line from the insurance check that was presented to finance for the original work. The 2010/11 FY 2nd Pierce Quint has gone through the pre-build project requirement with all the needed truck remedies developed as part of the improved design. The cost of those remedies will be paid with revenues received as part of the trade-in value of the Pierce 50’ Squirt. The finalization of the pre-build costs, and the full equipment list will be ready for processing and commission review by early August. The 2011FY rescue truck purchase has begun, with initial meetings to discuss any necessary changes to the Horton product just placed into operation. The review period will last the next 60 days with a product decision from the EMS Division before the September 30th FY 2010 completion. PILLAR: OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENT: EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT RESOLUTIONS: CEMP – Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (Approved June 8th 2010) EOC Equipment = $28,000 (Resolution approved June 22nd ) Hurricane Annex to CEMP (Approved June 8th 2010) Debris Management Monitoring Services (Resolution, designed, developed, to be presented July 27th) PERSONNEL ELIGIBILITY TESTING PROCESS: NEW HIRE: Posting, written exam completed, graded PAT Exams Completed Oral Board; Participant selections, Schedule questions, Grading Sheet done Oral Boards first round Completed ( June 21 – 25 ) Final Oral Boards Completed and presented to HR (12 potential new hires presented as of 7/13) 2 Page
  3. 3. PILLAR: OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENT Emergency Responses Total Calls For Service June 2010 = 640 Total Calls For Service June 2009 = 591 Emergency Medical 77% Fires and Service/Good Hazards Fire Alarms Intent 3% 7% 13% 3 Page
  4. 4. Automatic Aid June 2010 Given 124 Received 80 June 2009 Given 150 Received 87 160 140 120 100 Given 80 Received 60 40 20 0 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov 4 Page
  5. 5. FIRE DEPARTMENT TRAINING RECORD DOCUMENTATION GRAPHIC FOR JUNE 2010 ONE MONTH RECORD FOR NUMBER OF TRAINING HOURS SET JUNE TRAINING Operational Improvement Pillar: Professional Development Customer Service / Community Outreach 2009: Total Hours: 1049 2010: Total Hours: 1690 Fire/ISO 51% EMS Fire/ISO 37% 77% Other 12% Other 6% EMS 17% Fire EMS Other Fire EMS Other Penetrating Equipment Check Medical CEU’s Fire Inspections Recruit Training Fire Inspections Trauma CEU Search and Medical Premise Surveys Medical Rescue Training Equipment Check Equip Check IS200/800 Equipment Check Blood Pressure Officer Training Officer Training Public Works Check IO Training Training Pre-fire Plans Extrication Driver Training Driver Training 5 Page
  6. 6. PILLAR: FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES TRANSPORT FIGURES REPORT EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES DIVISION TRANSPORT NUMBERS JUNE 2010 Transport Totals 4,000 3,462 3,283 3,377 3,316 3,286 3,000 2257 2,201 2,000 1,000 - FY 2005 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FYTD FYTD 2009 2010 Collections/Deposits Analysis $900,000 $808,781 $789,756 $798,741 $820,252 $800,000 $734,236 $700,000 $608,137 $600,000 $500,000 $469,864 $400,000 $300,000 $200,000 $100,000 $- FY FY FY FY FY FY FYTD 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 6 Page
  7. 7. Fiscal Year Comparison $900,000 $800,000 $700,000 $600,000 $497,654 $469,864 $500,000 $400,000 $300,000 $200,000 $100,000 $- FYTD 2010 FYTD 2009 Transport Comparison by Month 350 300 250 FY 2007 200 FY 2008 150 FY 2009 100 FY 2010 50 0 ce e r ry ne Fe a ry A u ly Ja e r ch ril r ve r pt st ay be No be De mb Ju Ap ua Se gu b Ju ar M nu m em o M br ct O BLS & ALS Ratios 73% 76% 80% 64% 66% 65% 66% 60% 40% 35% 33% 34% 32% 26% 22% 20% 1% 1% 1% 2% 1% 2% 0% FY 2005 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 BLS ALS1 ALS2 7 Page
  8. 8. Charge Mix Medicare Self Pay 24% 34% Medicaid 19% Insurance 23% Payor Mix Self Pay 6% Medicare 30% Insurance 53% Medicaid 11% 8 Page
  9. 9. The June 2010 Report is submitted herein for your review and comment. Respectfully submitted, Michael Cassano, Deputy Fire Chief 9 Page

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