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Happy Father’s Day to all, especially our members on duty today serving the people of Los Angeles. United Firefighters of Los Angeles City Local 112. #fathersday2021 ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Father’s Day to all, especially our members on duty today serving the people of Los Angeles. United Firefighters of Los Angeles City Local 112. #fathersday2021

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Please watch this very moving tribute honoring Ray Mayo at his Memorial Paddle Out. youtu.be/ZCs9xliPJrs #LAFD #RayMayo ... See MoreSee Less

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We were honored to attend the Ray Mayo Paddle Out celebrating the life of “Boomtown” Rest easy brother. Mahalo. #LAFD #RayMayo ... See MoreSee Less

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As beautiful of a tribute as the man it celebrated. R.I.P. Bruddah Ray Mayo

Four years ago, the Los Angeles Fire Department family lost Firefighter Kelly Wong. Today, we came together with Kelly’s mom, Ann, his wife Danielle and their son, Colton, to make sure his memory lives on forever as we unveiled the “LA City Firefighter Kelly Ka Lai Wong Memorial Highway” sign that will be placed over the 101 Freeway by the Los Angeles Cathedral. Our Brother Kelly made the ultimate sacrifice for our city and now, Angelenos will forever remember him. ... See MoreSee Less

Four years ago, the Los Angeles Fire Department family lost Firefighter Kelly Wong.  Today, we came together with Kelly’s mom, Ann, his wife Danielle and their son, Colton, to make sure his memory lives on forever as we unveiled the “LA City Firefighter Kelly Ka Lai Wong Memorial Highway” sign that will be placed over the 101 Freeway by the Los Angeles Cathedral.  Our Brother Kelly made the ultimate sacrifice for our city and now, Angelenos will forever remember him.Image attachmentImage attachment

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The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment facility specializing in PTSD for IAFF members – and IAFF members only – who are struggling with addiction, PTSD other related behavioral health challenges to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery. It is a safe haven for members to talk with other members who have faced or overcome similar challenges.

https://www.iaffrecoverycenter.com

We Do More Than Save Lives!

Tampa Fire Fighters would like to thank everyone who has supported our donation drives throughout the years. With the generosity of our friends, we have been able to provide the community throughout the Tampa Bay area with programs designed to educate the public about the many aspects of fire prevention and safety. Through our non-profit (501c3) charity, Tampa Fire Fighters continue to support local area programs and services which have included but are not limited to the following.

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Happy Father’s Day to all, especially our members on duty today serving the people of Los Angeles. United Firefighters of Los Angeles City Local 112. #fathersday2021
On this day we honor all those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.   #HappyMemorialDay #freedomisntfree #lafd
Please join us as we honor the life of Ray Mayo at a Memorial Paddle Out on June 17th.  #LAFD #RayMayo
Our deepest condolences to the many friends and family of our long time labor attorney and friend Lester “Les” Ostrov.  He will not be forgotten.
On International Firefighters Day we thank all the Firefighters around the world who have dedicated their lives to helping others.  #LAFD
Every firefighter takes an oath to save lives and be there for our communities … helping people on their worst day.  While this service is what firefighters are called to do, the accumulation of all those “worst days” takes its toll on even the strongest of us. 

Answering the call of duty took on a new meaning this past year. Firefighters were on the front lines addressing the COVID-19 pandemic, even as they stood up to an epic wildfire season. These pressures add to the already overwhelming stress firefighters face every day on the job.

Firefighter behavioral health remains the biggest health and safety challenge facing our profession. Our members continue to die at their own hand in greater numbers than in traumatic line-of-duty deaths. We can’t put mental health on the backburner, and we can’t succumb to the stigma that causes so many to suffer in silence.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and once again the California Fire Service Behavioral Health Task Force is urging all fire departments to unite for a Behavioral Health and Suicide Awareness Stand Down.  

From May 17th through the 21st, California Professional Firefighters, California Fire Chiefs Association, Cal-OES and the California Firefighter Joint Apprenticeship Committee urge all agencies to set aside time to conduct exercises and initiate a conversation on mental wellness.

The Behavioral Health Task Force will be providing both print and digital materials in the coming weeks to help you get the conversation started. Preventing suicide in the fire service starts with each and every one of us checking in on our own, having the uncomfortable conversations and opening the door to breaking the stigma that speaking up is a weakness.

We must unite as a fire service to address this challenge – the lives and health of our firefighters depends on it. May 17th through the 21st, let’s work together to bring the darkness to light. Firefighter specific resources are always available at healingourown.org. #healingourown
UFLAC, LAFD, AND STEVENS NATION JOIN FORCES TO SUPPORT ALS AWARENESS

UFLAC, LAFD, and Stevens Nation have joined forces to promote and support ALS Awareness during the month of May. As you know, we recognize October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month and participate in “Movember” during “No Shave November” to bring awareness to men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer and testicular cancer. Now it is time to raise awareness for all those diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), including one of our own Firefighters, Eric Stevens.

https://www.uflac.org/training/als-awareness-month/
Happy Birthday to Cesar Chavez.  Cesar was a true labor leader and a friend of UFLAC. Shown in the below is our own Jim Perry who worked for UFLAC over 40 years and marched with Cesar Chavez. 

“The fight is never about grapes or lettuce. It is always about people”.
- Cesar Chavez 

#cesarchavezday #lafd
REMINDER

UFLAC HEALTH & WELLNESS
CONFLICT MANAGEMENT WEBINAR TONIGHT
Tuesday, March 23rd 7:00-8:00 PM

Who hasn’t found themselves experiencing conflict from time to time, whether at home or at work? Take a moment and think back to the last conflict or two that you have been involved with… Was it with your spouse or significant other? Was it with your child or teenager? Or was it at work with your boss or a co-worker? As you know from your own experiences, conflict can be a very uncomfortable and challenging thing to go through.

Conflict Management is “the process of limiting or eliminating negative aspects of conflict while creating solutions to increase positive outcomes.”

United Firefighters of Los Angeles City, Local 112 and the Los Angeles Fire Department invite you and/or your significant other to join us for a webinar designed to help improve your understanding and increase your ability to navigate conflict in both your personal and professional life.

We will have a panel presentation led by subject matter expert Anita Avedian, MFT, along with Peer Support Team members Chief Nikki Brodowy and Captain Charles Boswell, EAP Director Nancy Mraz, and Director of Behavioral Health Dr. Steve Froehlich.

The Webinar will go live TONIGHT, March 23rd from 7:00-8:00 PM.

Please go to www.uflac.org to Register for the Webinar. If you have any questions, feel free to contact UFLAC Center for Health and Wellness Coordinator Maria Rendon by e-mail at mrendon@uflac.org or phone (747) 200-6266. We look forward to connecting with you on March 23rd!

Thank you,

UFLAC HEALTH AND WELLNESS TEAM
FRANK LIMA WINS HISTORIC ELECTION

Former UFLAC President wins landslide election for
IAFF General Secretary-Treasurer

 

UFLAC Brothers and Sisters,

 
Former UFLAC President and current LAFD Captain II Frank Lima has won a historic election to serve as the next General Secretary-Treasurer for the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF). With his victory, brother Lima is the first LAFD / Local 112 member in history to win an election to serve as a principal officer with the IAFF.

 
In a crowded three-person field Frank Lima captured more than 70% of the vote, defeating a fire chief from the FDNY and the former Secretary-Treasurer of the Washington State Professional Firefighters.

 
Frank Lima served as the President of UFLAC Local 112 for four years from 2012 to 2016. For the past four years, he has served as the elected 10th District Vice President of the IAFF where he represented all professional firefighters in the states of California, Arizona, Hawaii and New Mexico in addition to the territory of Guam. In his role as the 10th District Vice President, Frank was instrumental in helping the LAFD receive nearly $26 million dollars in federal grants through the SAFER program and other FEMA related opportunities.

On Wednesday, March 10th, Frank was sworn in as the next General Secretary-Treasurer for the IAFF where he will be the number two principal officer in our international union representing more than 320,000 professional firefighters in the United States and Canada. At his swearing in ceremony Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, City Council President Nury Martinez, City Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson, and Fire Chief Terrazas joined the UFLAC Executive Board to commemorate this very special occasion.

 
We wish our brother Frank Lima all the best and look forward to his continuing work to benefit the LAFD and Local 112 members.

#LAFD #IAFF #LimaforGST
We never forget our fallen.  Today marks the 10th anniversary Line of Duty Death #LODD for Firefighter III Glenn Allen who was tragically killed during a structure fire at 1546 North Viewsite Drive in the Hollywood Hills area of Los Angeles. #LAFD #IAFF #GlennAllen https://flic.kr/s/aHsjtHcPrK
UFLAC News Report for 2-12-2021

https://conta.cc/3tNx41f
Honoring the past, present, and future of the Los Angeles Fire Department. Happy #blackhistorymonth2021. #LAFD #IAFF #Stentorians
Thank you to the thousands of LAFD firefighters and paramedics that took the time to vote on the amendments to our contract with the City of LA. 

For the past 12-months, the coronavirus has devastated our country and countless numbers of families right here in Los Angeles. With this contract amendment, which was supported by nearly 93% of our members, United Firefighters of Los Angeles City Local 112 have stepped up once again during these unprecedented times in order to save tens of millions of dollars, protect local city services, and most importantly - guarantee that there will be NO cuts in LAFD services in the communities that we serve.

This is our city and we are all in this together. Our LAFD Firefighters have been serving Los Angeles for more than 135-years and the ratification of this contract amendment will ensure that the people of our city will continue to receive the first class service that they expect and deserve from the proud men and women of the Los Angeles Fire Department.

Click https://bit.ly/3tyuw6Z to read the entire ratification statement from UFLAC President Freddy Escobar.  #LAFD #LACity
Today we remember Dr Martin Luther King Jr who not only fought for equality for all, but also for fair wages, hours, and working conditions. #MLK2021 https://youtu.be/XnmEPthvhJ8
We are saddened to announce the death of LAFD Captain I George Roque, who passed away on January 1st at an area hospital from complications of COVID-19. 

Captain Roque was a 22-year LAFD veteran assigned to Fire Station 97 in the Laurel Canyon/Mulholland area of the City. He was 57 years old and is survived by his wife and four children. 

He is the second UFLAC member to succumb to complications from COVID-19. Firefighter/Paramedic Jose Perez passed away in July 2020. 
 
Our deepest condolences to the many family and friends of Brother George Roque.  Rest In Peace.
Have a safe and Happy New Year.
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