slide1 n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
FIREFIGHTER DOWN!!! PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
FIREFIGHTER DOWN!!!

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 43

FIREFIGHTER DOWN!!! - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 423 Views
  • Uploaded on

FIREFIGHTER DOWN!!!. Mayday! Mayday! Mayday!. An average 10,000 + firefighters are injured and 100 die every year. From 1990 – 2000, there have been over 1,000,000 firefighter injuries and 1068 firefighter fatalities. U.S. Fire Administration 2002 Retrospective Study.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

FIREFIGHTER DOWN!!!


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
    Presentation Transcript

    1. FIREFIGHTER DOWN!!! Mayday! Mayday! Mayday!

    2. An average 10,000 + firefighters are injured and 100 die every year. From 1990 – 2000, there have been over 1,000,000 firefighter injuries and 1068 firefighter fatalities. U.S. Fire Administration 2002 Retrospective Study

    3. Will you know what to do if it happens to a member of your department?

    4. To Honor….. With Dignity and Reverence National Fallen Firefighters Local Assistance State Team www.firehero.org Missouri Fire Service Funeral Assistance Team www.mofirefuneral.org

    5. Missouri Fire Service Funeral Assistance Team • Notification of Team • Funeral Team 24 Hour Hot Line • 888-4911HELP (888-491-1324) • Answered by 911 Dispatch Center • Ask for Funeral Team • Brian Zinanni, Team Coordinator • 314-973-0685 (Cell) • 314-805-3207 (Cell) • info@mofirefuneral.org

    6. Everything that happens immediately after a line-of-duty death affects the way the family, the department, and the community recover from the loss. Lack of resources and planning often adds to the confusion and pain that occurs.

    7. On-Scene Considerations: • Scene Management • On Scene Staff Issues • Media Considerations • Departmental Considerations

    8. How Do I Prepare? • Maintain Accurate Personnel Records • Updated emergency notification person(s) • Spouse work information • Children School information • Anything that will help you notify all immediate family members in an emergent situation!

    9. Have an established departmental funeral protocol in place.

    10. Federal & State Benefits Federal PSOB - $328612.73 Spouse Educational Benefit Child Educational Benefit State Benefit - $25,000.00 Child Educational Benefit

    11. Understanding Pitfalls Anything you say or do can be held against you!

    12. Autopsy & Toxicology

    13. PSOB Beneficiary Form

    14. PSOB Case Study 1 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics: • Surviving Spouse / Domestic Partner* • Surviving 28 Year Old Son • Surviving 19 Year Old Son • Surviving 15 Year Old Daughter • No PSOB Beneficiary Form or Life Insurance On File. • Deceased Parents

    15. Case Study 1 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics : • Surviving Spouse / Domestic Partner*- 50% • 28 Year Old Son – 0% • 19 Year Old Son – 25% if Full Time Student at Time of Death • 15 Year Old Daughter – 25% if 19 year old brother is student, or 50% if he is not.

    16. PSOB Case Study 2 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics : • Firefighter Brian is Divorced • Surviving 15 Year Old Daughter • No PSOB Beneficiary Form or Life Insurance on file with agency. • Deceased Parents

    17. Case Study 2 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics : • Firefighter Brian is Divorced • Surviving 15 Year Old Daughter – 100% • Deceased Parents ** Who is the check payable to ??? **

    18. Case Study 2 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics : • Firefighter Brian is Divorced • Surviving 15 Year Old Daughter – 100% • Deceased Parents ** Who is the check payable to ??? ** Childs Legal Guardian

    19. PSOB Case Study 3 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics: • Firefighter Brian is not married • Surviving 25 year old Son • No PSOB Beneficiary Form on File with agency. • Firefighter Brian’s departmental life insurance policy leaves everything to his estate. • Deceased Parents

    20. Case Study 3 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics: • Firefighter Brian is not married • Surviving 25 year old Son • Firefighter Brian’s departmental life insurance policy leaves everything to his estate. • Deceased Parents ** No Payment Would Be Made **

    21. PSOB Case Study 4 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of and has the following Family Demographics : • Spouse / Domestic Partner is deceased • Surviving 24 Year Old Son • Surviving 15 Year Old Daughter • Firefighter Brian has a PSOB Beneficiary Form on file with his department dividing any PSOB money 50/50 to his children.

    22. Case Study 4 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics : • Spouse / Domestic Partner is deceased • Surviving 24 Year Old Son – 0% • Surviving 15 Year Old Daughter – 100% • Firefighter Brian has a PSOB Beneficiary Form on file with his department dividing any PSOB money 50/50 to his children.

    23. PSOB Case Study 5 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics : • Firefighter Brian is Divorced • Firefighter Brian has no children • Firefighter Brian’s Departmental Life Insurance policy gives the proceeds to charity • Firefighter Brian has NO PSOB Beneficiary Form on File. • Deceased Parents

    24. PSOB Case Study 5 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics : • Firefighter Brian is Divorced • Firefighter Brian has no children • Firefighter Brian’s Departmental Life Insurance policy gives the proceeds to charity • Firefighter Brian has NO PSOB Beneficiary Form on File. • Deceased Parents • ** No Payment Would Be Made **

    25. PSOB Case Study 6 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics : • Firefighter Brian is Divorced • Firefighter Brian has no children • Firefighter Brian’s Departmental Life Insurance policy gives the proceeds to his estate. • Firefighter Brian has NO PSOB Beneficiary Form on File. • Deceased Parents

    26. Case Study 6 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty leaving behind the following family members: • Firefighter Brian is Divorced • Firefighter Brian has no children • Firefighter Brian’s Departmental Life Insurance policy gives the proceeds to his estate • Firefighter Brian has NO PSOB Beneficiary Form on File. • Deceased Parents • ** No Payment Would Be Made **

    27. PSOB Case Study 7 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics : • Firefighter Brian is Divorced • Firefighter Brian has no children • Firefighter Brian’s Departmental Life Insurance policy gives the proceeds to his estate. • Firefighter Brian has NO PSOB Beneficiary Form on File. • Surviving Parents

    28. Case Study 7 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty leaving behind the following family members: • Firefighter Brian is Divorced • Firefighter Brian has no children • Firefighter Brian’s Departmental Life Insurance policy gives the proceeds to his estate • Firefighter Brian has NO PSOB Beneficiary Form on File. • Surviving Parents • Parents Split 50/50

    29. PSOB Case Study 8 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics : • Firefighter Brian is Divorced • Firefighter Brian has no children • Firefighter Brian’s Departmental Life Insurance policy gives the proceeds to charity • Firefighter Brian has a PSOB Beneficiary Form on File leaving proceeds to Firefighter Bob • Surviving Parents

    30. Case Study 8 • Firefighter Brian dies in the line of duty and has the following Family Demographics : • Firefighter Brian is Divorced • Firefighter Brian has no children • Firefighter Brian’s Departmental Life Insurance policy gives the proceeds to charity • Firefighter Brian has a PSOB Beneficiary Form on File leaving proceeds to Firefighter Bob • Surviving Parents • ** Firefighter Bob would get 100% **

    31. Missouri Fire Service Funeral Assistance Team • Notification of Team • Funeral Team 24 Hour Hot Line • 888-4911HELP (888-491-1324) • Answered by 911 Dispatch Center • Ask for Funeral Team • Brian Zinanni, Team Coordinator • 314-973-0685 (Cell) • 314-805-3207 (Cell) • info@mofirefuneral.org

    32. Questions?