That report - spurred by an employment discrimination complaint made by the paramedic in May - has not been made public. You can't tell a father who saw his daughter fall not to react. Duty to act, assess, treat and transport: A legal refresher for EMS providers.
On her first day, Jeter met the station's commanding officer, Robert Blanks. Such concerns prompted the union two years ago to create its own mental-health program, contracting Mental Health Consultants to counsel troubled firefighters and paramedics, Schulle said.
During the monthlong trial, one female ex-firefighter testified that her colleagues brought prostitutes into their West Philly station, while Northern testified that pornography was plentiful in many fire stations.
The Inspector General's Office has finalized a report recommending discipline and dismissal for those involved. Investigators concluded that "for the bulk of [the woman's] allegations, there is insufficient evidence to determine whether she was exposed to unwelcome sexual conduct," documents show.
Ceiling collapses on ambulance at Houston fire station. That report - spurred by an employment discrimination complaint made by the paramedic in May - has not been made public. Pages liked by this Page. We Recommend. Back to Article.
Skip to content. The answer to that is really simple: You have to have training - really aggressive, proactive, annual, up-to-date training conducted by experts," Schulle said, adding that the last departmentwide EEOC training was in They are among seven — two battalion chiefs, a captain, a lieutenant, a fire service paramedic, and two firefighters — who faced discipline for their interactions with a female paramedic who filed a sexual harrassment complaint against the department last year.
Dorothy Covey was one of the city's first female firefighters, joining the department in Everyone except Dominick lost identification cards such as driver's licenses, Social Security cards and medical cards. Peer Support: The missing piece of the mental health puzzle.
Inspector General Amy Kurland declined comment Wednesday. He resided over the department as the alleged conduct took place, but retired in June.