Franklin Fire Dept FINCOM Budget FY 2011

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Chief Gary McCarraher and Paul Sharpe Jr presented this as part of the Budget Hearing for Fiscal Year 2011 to the Franklin, MA Finance Committee meeting on May 10, 2010.

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Franklin Fire Dept FINCOM Budget FY 2011

  1. 1. Franklin Fire Department Budget Presentation Fiscal Year 2011
  2. 2. Presentation Objectives • Review Performance Objectives from FY’10 • Review Goal Attainment from FY’10 • Outline Strategic Initiatives for FY’11 • Review impact of anticipated budget reductions on FY’11 Strategic Initiatives.
  3. 3. Our Mission is to: …Have a positive impact in the lives of citizens and visitors of Franklin in their time of crisis by providing compassionate, contemporary, community driven services. …Safeguard human life from the perils of fire, sudden illness, injury or other emergency medical condition, natural and man-made disasters as well as preserve the environment and property from ensuing destruction. … Be responsible for a safe, productive and pleasant work environment for our employees, and provide them opportunities to gain new skills and advance their personal career goals .
  4. 4. Performance Measures FY’09 • Initiating ALS within 8 • 91% minutes 90 %. • Transport trauma • 86% within 1 hour patients to a level one • 5 % within 65 minutes trauma facility within • 9 % greater than 65 one hour 90%. minutes • Interrupt the • 81% within 8 minutes progression of fires in structures within 8 - 90%.
  5. 5. Performance Measures – FY’09 • Maintain emergency • 84% response readiness above 70%. • Provide safety and • Provided services to ± survival skills 5,000 Citizens • Provide educational • 1,567 man - hours of opportunities for In-service training department members.
  6. 6. Performance Measures – FY’09 • Insure fire safety • 671 inspections – no through timely, fires in inspected consistent code. properties.
  7. 7. GIS Data Response Frequency 2007
  8. 8. GIS Data Response Frequency 2008
  9. 9. GIS Data Response Frequency 2009
  10. 10. FY‘10 Accomplishments FY’10 Goals Accomplishments • Decrease the • NOT FUNDED IN FY’10 supervisory span of BUDGET control for day-to-day routine and emergency operations. • Improve ability to • NOT FUNDED IN FY’10 provide code BUDGET compliance services
  11. 11. FY‘10 Accomplishments FY’10 Goal Accomplishments • Increase administrative • NOT FUNDED IN FY’10 support BUDGET • Study efficiency of • Hold pending sufficient station staffing patterns staffing • Investigate increasing • Hold pending sufficient minimum daily staffing paramedic staffing • Continue to enhance • NOT FUNDED IN FY’10 continuing education BUDGET
  12. 12. FY‘10 Accomplishments FY’10 Goal Accomplishments • Increase number of CPR • NOT FUNDED IN FY’10 educators BUDGET • Reconstitute • Goal not feasible due to Department Honor current fiscal climate Guard • Provide education • Hold pending sufficient library at each station funds at end of fiscal year • Upgrade SCBA brackets • Hold pending sufficient on Engines #1 & #4 funds at end of fiscal year
  13. 13. FY‘10 Accomplishments FY’10 Goal Accomplishments • Develop hazardous • Complete materials response plan • Develop search and • In process rescue plan for State Forest • Implement CIP • In progress
  14. 14. FY‘09 Accomplishments forwarded FY’09 Goal Accomplishments • Pre incident data • Major Advancements collection system completed • Technical Rescue Risk • Complete Assessment
  15. 15. FY’11 Goals FY’11 Goal Budget Status • Maintain daily staffing • Not Funded in Reduced levels to achieve Budget. performance objectives • Evaluate upgrade of • Not Funded in Reduced EMS capacity for staffed Budget seek funding in Fire Engines CIP ’11 • Develop & implement • Currently Budgeted findings of ‘09 Safety Audit • Develop technical • Funded through rescue capacity with regional grant initiative regional partners
  16. 16. FY’11 Goals FY’11 Goal Budget Status • Investigate purchase of • Not Funded in Reduced additional recue tool Budget seek funding in CIP ’11 • Evaluate elimination of • Capable within all certain EMS transports budget proposals • Upgrade high angle • Capable within all rescue equipment budget proposals • Implement CIP’11 • Ambulance • Fire Engine • Staff Car
  17. 17. Impact of Reductions Emergency Services • Leave three firefighter paramedic positions unfilled • Reduce minimum daily staffing of firefighter/paramedics • Rotating reduction in number of staffed ambulances • Increase rate of Line of Duty Injuries • Increase response time during multiple simultaneous emergencies • Reduction in emergency response readiness
  18. 18. Impact of Reductions Non Emergency Services • Continuation of Span of control issue for routine and emergency operations • Continue to leave Life Safety – Code Compliance position vacant • Leave clerical positions vacant
  19. 19. Questions?
  20. 20. Have a positive impact in the lives of citizens and visitors of Franklin in their time of crisis by providing compassionate, contemporary, community driven services.
  21. 21. Safeguard human life from the perils of fire, sudden illness, injury or other emergency medical condition, natural and man-made disasters as well as preserve the environment and property from ensuing destruction.
  22. 22. Be responsible for a safe, productive and pleasant work environment for our employees, and provide them opportunities to gain new skills and advance their personal career goals .
  23. 23. Our Mission is to …Have a positive impact in the lives of citizens and visitors of Franklin in their time of crisis by providing compassionate, contemporary, community driven services. …Safeguard human life from the perils of fire, sudden illness, injury or other emergency medical condition, natural and man-made disasters as well as preserve the environment and property from ensuing destruction. … Be responsible for a safe, productive and pleasant work environment for our employees, and provide them opportunities to gain new skills and advance their personal career goals .

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