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CHFR Chiefs Attend FPELRA

Deputy Chief’s Falcone and Bradshaw, attended the first module of training with the FL Public Employer Labor Relations Association (FPELRA). This begins a year long training regiment to become a Florida Certified Labor Relations Professional (FCLRP).

 

 

Congratulations to Firefighters Jason Moore and Josh Clemen. They were recognized with a Phoenix Award for responding with Manatee County EMS to a cardiac arrest. The patient was resuscitated, with the successful outcome of being able to return home from the hospital.

CHFR Firefighters receiving the Phoenix Award from Manatee County EMS for saving a cardiac arrest patient.

 

CHFR Chiefs Attend Legislative Session

Fire Chief Hoyle, accompanied with Deputy Chief’s Falcone and Bradshaw, attended the FL 2020 Legislative Session in Tallahassee. This session was sponsored by the FL Association of Special Districts (FASD).

Chief Hoyle, Deputy Chief Falcone, and Deputy Chief Bradshaw photographed in front of the firefighter memorial statue at the capital in Tallahassee, FL.

CHFR celebrated awards and years of service at the January 16, 2020 Board of Fire Commissioner’s meeting!

 

CHFR improves its ISO rating classification!

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Incident Statistics

January 2020 Incident Type

Cedar Hammock Fire Control District’s Incidents organized by Type

This is a pie chart showing the statistics for Cedar Hammock Fire District’s incident responses for the month of December. The district responded to 432 Rescue & EMS calls, 43 False Alarm calls, 49 Good Intent calls, 23 Service calls, 12 Hazardous Condition calls without a fire, 5 Fire calls, and 2 Other calls.

Average Arrival Time by Station (in seconds)

Cedar Hammock Fire Control District’s Average Arrival Time by Station

This is a bar chart showing the statistics for each of Cedar Hammock Fire District’s stations’ average response time to incidents. Station 1’s average response time was 5:50, Station 2’s average response time was 5:34, Station 3’s average response time was 6:40, and Station 4’s average response time was 5:10.

Incidents by Station

Cedar Hammock Fire Control District’s Statistics

This is a pie chart showing the statistics for Cedar Hammock Fire District’s number of incident responses for each fire station. Station 1 responded to 213 calls, Station 2 responded to 190 calls, Station 3 responded to 63 calls, and Station 4 responded to 100 calls.

Incidents by Unit

Cedar Hammock Fire Control District’s Incidents organized by Unit

This is a bar chart showing the statistics for Cedar Hammock Fire District’s incidents responded to by each unit. Engine 211 responded to 88 calls, Engine 212 responded to 184 calls, Engine 221 responded to 193 calls, Engine 231 responded to 78 calls, Engine 241 responded to 105 calls, Ladder 219 responded to 25 calls, and Battalion 2 responded to 40 calls.

Incidents by Month

February 2019 – January 2020

Cedar Hammock Fire Control District’s Incidents organized by Month

This is a line chart showing how many incidents Cedar Hammock Fire District responded to each month. They responded to 647 calls in January, 589 calls in February, 675 calls in March, 670 calls in April, 588 calls in May, 544 calls in June, 563 calls in July, 651 calls in August, 569 calls in September, 646 calls in October, 547 calls in November, and 566 calls in December.

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Incidents by Type:
For the month of: January
Rescue & EMS: 450
False Alarm/Call: 44
Good Intent Call: 60
Service Call: 28
Hazardous Condition (No Fire): 10
Fire: 19
Other: 0Average Arrival Time:
Station 1: 5:48
Station 2: 5:14
Station 3: 6:30
Station 4: 6:09Incidents by Station:
Station 1: 208
Station 2: 195
Station 3: 79
Station 4: 129Incidents by Unit:
Engine 211: 112
Engine 212: 212
Engine 221: 236
Engine 231: 106
Engine 241: 150
Ladder 219: 28
Battalion 2: 50Incidents by Month:
January: 611
February: 589
March: 675
April: 670
May: 588
June: 544
July: 563
August: 651
September: 569
October: 646
November: 547
December: 566