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  1. diciplinary action step
    written reprimand
    step 1
  2. two types of sexual harassment
    • quid pro quo
    • hostile work environment
  3. JFRD will not tolerate discrimination or harassment on the basis of
    race, color, gender, religion, political affiliation, national origin, disability, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or veteran status
  4. JFRD will provide equal opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment in
    recruitment, hiring, compensation, training, placement, working conditions, related, terms and conditions of employment
  5. time limit to file a complaint is within
    30 calender days from the date of the alleged discrimination or within 30 days when the complaintant could of reasonably known of the harassment

  6. IF A COMPLAINT IS BEYOND THE 30–DAY EO/EA LIMIT, THE INDIVIDUAL SHOULD BE REFERRED TO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
    • ● COJ EO/EA DIVISION
    • ● JACKSONVILLE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION (JHRC)
    • ● EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION (EEOC)
    • 300 DAYS OF THE DATE OF THE VIOLATION.
    • ● FLORIDA COMMISSION ON HUMAN RELATIONS (FCHR)
    • 365 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE DISCRIMINATORY ACTION
  7. the JFRD EEO officers suggested actions for management shall be
    sensible and sound
  8. discontinue inquiring when enough info has been obtained to
    resolve the problem
  9. arrange a meeting with the individual and _______ to attempt an informal resolution
    appropriate managment official(s)
  10. maintain records of complaints filed at the JFRD EEO Officer level for a period of no less than
    two years
  11. in the event of state or federal charges of discrimination, the department shall maintain all records relevent to the matter ?
    until final disposition
  12. when the JFRD EEO officer is reasonably sure that informal resolution cannot be reached in _____ he shall begin to terminate the inquiry
    10 days

  13. AN EMPLOYEE MAY SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE JFRD EEO OFFICER DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS WITHOUT LOSS OF TIME OR PAY ON THE JOB WITH THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS:
    • >WHILE ON DUTY, INFORM SUPERVISOR, NEED TO CONTACT THE JFRD EEO OFFICER.
    • >THE EMPLOYEE’S ABSENCE AT THE TIME OF THE APPOINTMENT DOES NOT INCONVENIENCE THE WORKPLACE. IF SO, RESCHEDULE
    • >AT MANAGEMENT’S REQUEST, EEO OFFICER WILL PROVIDE A WRITTEN STATEMENT OF THE EMPLOYEE’S ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE TIMES
    • >IF THE EMPLOYEE’S COMPLAINT IS AGAINST THE IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR, HE/SHE MAY INFORM THE NEXT PERSON IN THE CHAIN OF COMMAND
  14. EEO feild representatives may assist the JFRD EEO officer in
    gathering information concerning a complaint
  15. employees may also report harassment to any supervisor who will then report it to
    the JFRD EEO officer
  16. THE ROLLS OF EEO FIELD REPRESENTATIVES ARE TO:
    INFORMALLY OBTAIN INFORMATION AND EDUCATE MEMBERS
  17. ANY EXEMPTION TO
    INFORMATION SYSTEMS POLICY MUST BE OBTAINED IN WRITING FROM
    THE DIRECTOR/FIRE CHIEF
  18. ________ IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SETTING POLICIES FOR STATION COMPUTER USE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH JFRD RULES AND REGULATIONS, SOP’S, AND SAP’S.
    THE STATION CAPTAIN
  19. _________ HAVE THE RIGHT TO PROHIBIT USE OF STATION COMPUTERS INCLUDING ACCESSING INTERNET SITES.
    THE STATION CAPTAIN AND THE ON-DUTY COMPANY OFFICER
  20. _________ IS THE ONLY PERSON WHO CAN AUTHORIZE DOWNLOADING FILES ON STATION COMPUTERS.
    THE STATION CAPTAIN
  21. JFRD PERSONNEL MAY MAKE REASONABLE PERSONAL USE OF JFRD COMPUTERS AS LONG AS THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS ARE ADHERED
    • >NO OR NEGLIGIBLE COST TO THE CITY OR PUBLIC
    • >NO NEGATIVE IMPACT ON PERFORMANCE OF DUTIES
    • >REIMBURSE THE CITY IF ANY COSTS ARE INCURRED
    • >POLICYS NOT VIOLATED
  22. IT IS A VIOLATION FOR ANY USER, INCLUDING ____OR___ , TO ACCESS COMPUTER FILES ILLEGALLY FOR ANY PURPOSES WITHOUT____
    • >THE SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR OR SUPERVISOR
    • >THE LEGAL AUTHORITY.
  23. LEGAL AUTHORITIES UNDER THE FOLLOWING CIRCUMSTANCES CAN ACCESS A USER ACCOUNT. EXAMPLES OF LEGITIMATE ACCESS BY LEGAL AUTHORITIES ARE: (5)
    • >ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE POLICIES, PROCEDURES, AND STANDARDS
    • >FILES OF TERMINATED PERSONNEL MAY BE ACCESSED TO SAVE DOCUMENTS THAT PERTAIN TO CITY OR DEPARTMENT BUSINESS
    • >IF REQUIRED BY LAW
    • >REASONABLE SUSPICION THAT A USER HAS COMMITTED OR IS COMMITTING A CRIME
    • >SUPERVISOR MONITORING SUBORDINATES ACTIVITIES
  24. VIOLATION OF THE FIREARMS POLICY AND SECTION 790.251, FLORIDA STATUTES WILL BE CONSTRUED AS A
    SERIOUS OFFENSE.
  25. AN INCIDENT LIMITED TO JFRD VEHICLES OR JFRD . PROPERTY AND NO INJURIES REQUIRES NOTIFICATION OF
    THE DISTRICT CHIEF AND TSF MANAGER ONLY.
  26. VEHICLE INCIDENTS
    in cases where there is potential liability to JRFD, notify FRCC via _____ to relay the info to the responding ___
    • >cellular phone
    • >claims adjuster
  27. although the claims adjuster is requested, they will respond at?
    their own discretion
  28. DUTIES/RESOPCIBILITIES AT VEHICLE INCIDENTS FOR DISTRICT CHIEF INCLUDE

    • >ENSURE THAT THE CO HAS MADE THE APPROPRIATE NOTIFICATIONS
    • PERSONNEL SUSTAIN INJURIES, >ENSURE THAT THE INCIDENT SAFETY OFFICER (SF-1 OR SF-2) HAS BEEN NOTIFIED
    • >DELIVER THE COMPLETED VDR TO TSF MANAGER OR CAR-8 ON THAT SAME DAY. AFTER NORMAL WORK HOURS, DELIVERED ON THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY
    • > INCIDENTS OF INJURY, MAJOR PROPERTY DAMAGE, OR POTENTIAL LIABILITY ENSURE THAT THE ENGINEER/OPERATOR IS ALCOHOL/DRUG TESTED IMMEDIATELY.
  29. ANY JFRD VEHICLE INCIDENT, REGARDLESS OF DAMAGE OR INJURY, SHALL REQUIRE COMPLETION OF A VDR. THE VDR SHOULD INCLUDE INFORMATION FROM
    OPERATOR, CO, AND WITNESS
  30. THE CHAIRPERSON MAY REQUEST ANY OF THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING THE VEHICLE OPERATOR THAT MAY BE PERTINENT:

    • >PREVIOUS VEHICLE DAMAGE REPORTS
    • >CIVILIAN DRIVING RECORD FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES
  31. VEHICLE INCIDENT REVIEW COMMITTEE
    ESTABLISHMENT OF MEMBERS
    • >DIVISION CHIEF OF SERVICES (PERMANENT CHAIR, CONDUCTS ALL MEETINGS)
    • >DESIGNEE APPOINTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF IAFF LOCAL #122
    • >MANAGER OF THE TACTICAL SUPPORT FACILITY
    • (EVOC) INSTRUCTOR
    • >ENGINEER SELECTED BY THE DIRECTOR/FIRE CHIEF FOR A 1-YEAR TERM
    • >CHAIRMAN OF THE SAFETY COMMITTEE OR DESIGNEE
  32. AT LEAST___ MEMBERS OF THE
    VEHICLE INCIDENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MUST BE PRESENT AT THE MEETING IN ORDER TO REVIEW INCIDENTS.
    THREE
  33. REVIEWS WILL BE HELD ON THE
    SECOND MONDAY OF EACH MONTH OR AS NEEDED.
  34. ANY INCIDENT INVOLVING PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY, OR DEATH WHERE THE INVESTIGATION IS ON GOING SHALL
    NOT BE BROUGHT BEFORE THE VEHICLE INCIDENT REVIEW COMMITTEE
  35. _____ SHALL PROVIDE VEHICLE INCIDENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MEMBERS WITH SUFFICIENT NOTIFICATION IN CASE OF CHANGES IN THIS SCHEDULE.
    THE CHAIRPERSON
  36. UPON COMPLETION OF THE VEHICLE INCIDENT REVIEW COMMITTEE’S REVIEW, COPIES OF ALL REPORTS AND DOCUMENTATION WILL BE SUBMITTED TO .
    THE DIVISION CHIEF OF SERVICES
  37. UPON COMPLETION OF THE VEHICLE INCIDENT COMMITTEE’S REVIEW, COPIES OF ALL REPORTS AND DOCUMENTATION WILL BE SUBMITTED TO _______, HE SHALL COMPLETE A RULE INFRACTION CHARGES FORM, IF APPROPRIATE. THE RULE INFRACTION CHARGES FORM, ALONG WITH SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION, WILL THEN BE SUBMITTED TO ____ HE SHALL REVIEW THE DOCUMENTS AND COMPLETE A RULE INFRACTION SUPERVISOR COMMENTS FORM. ALL DOCUMENTS WILL THEN BE FORWARDED TO THE _____
    • >THE DIVISION CHIEF OF SERVICES.
    • >APPROPRIATE DISTRICT/BATTALION CHIEF.
    • >COMPLIANCE OFFICER FOR PROCESSING.
  38. JFRD PERSONNEL SHALL HAVE A RIGHT TO APPEAL THE RULING MADE BY THE VEHICLE INCIDENT REVIEW COMMITTEE ?
    EITHER IN WRITING OR IN PERSON.
  39. ANY INCIDENT INVOLVING PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY, OR DEATH WHERE THE INVESTIGATION IS ON GOING SHALL
    NOT BE BROUGHT BEFORE THE COMMITTEE.
  40. JFRD MEMBERS ARE EXPECTED TO PERFORM THEIR DUTIES IN AN___,___,AND___ MANNER. THEY SHALL EMPLOY___AND___ AT ALL TIMES.
    >EFFICIENT, COURTEOUS, AND ORDERLY >PATIENCE AND GOOD JUDGMENT
  41. MEMBERS WILL BE___AND___ TOWARDS THE PUBLIC AND OTHER FIRE/RESCUE PERSONNEL.
    COURTEOUS AND CONSIDERATE
  42. ____,____,OR_____TONES OF VOICE WILL NOT BE USED BY ANY MEMBER.
    ARGUMENTATIVE, THREATENING, OR DISRESPECTFUL
  43. FIRE/RESCUE PERSONNEL WILL NOT USE ___,___,OR___ LANGUAGE OR ACTS IN THEIR DEALING WITH OTHERS.
    HARSH, PROFANE, OR INSOLENT
  44. ___,___,OR___OF ANY FIRE/RESCUE PERSONNEL WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. SUCH TREATMENT DECREASES THE EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY OF THE PERSONNEL GIVING AND RECEIVING THIS TYPE OF BEHAVIOR.
    OSTRACIZING, HAZING OR SILENT TREATMENT
  45. BEHAVIOR THAT VIOLATES ANY OF THE ABOVE WILL BE CONSIDERED___ AND THE OFFENDING PERSONNEL WILL BE SUBJECT TO DISCIPLINARY ACTION
    UNBECOMING

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