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Temporary Fire Inspector- City of San Rafael Fire Department (20148761) To apply, applicants must complete an application via the City of San Jose's. Is Santa Clara County Fire Marshal your local fire protection? Office is located at the County Center at Charcot, 2310 North First Street, San Jose. The San José Fire Department (SJFD) provides fire protection, rescue and emergency and strain that San Jose Fire Fighters experience daily on the job. san jose fire department hiring

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Menlo Park Fire District

Menlo Park Fire Protection District Cadet Program
If you are interested in starting a career as a Firefighter, you will not want to miss the opportunity to join this program. Our Cadet program has placed over 50 firefighters into entry level positions with our District as well as a number of others throughout California. In addition to gaining valuable hands on training, this one year program meets the manipulative training and experience requirements in obtaining a California State Fire Marshall’s Office State Firefighter I certification.

The Cadet program is an unpaid volunteer work experience program hosted by the Menlo Park Fire Protection District in conjunction with the College of San Mateo.

About the District:

Located in the heart of the Silicon Valley, between San Jose and San Francisco, the District serves Menlo Park, Atherton, East Palo Alto and parts of unincorporated San Mateo County. The District’s core mission is to deliver essential, first-responders, and fire suppression services in response to land and structural fires, and medical emergencies. The Fire District also provides fire prevention services and engages with the community in the areas of emergency preparedness and natural disaster response. The District staffs 7 stations and an administrative office with 140 full-time employees.

In order to be eligible you must:
• Have a State of California EMT or National Registry EMT certification (or currently enrolled)
• Possess a valid driver’s license and a driving record with minimal violations
• Have a Firefighter I Academy certification (or proof of “student in good standing” letter signed by an Academy Instructor if currently enrolled)
• Be 18+ years of age at the time of application

To apply (beginning Late July):
• Go to https://www.calopps.org/ , search Fire jobs, and apply to the Menlo Park Fire Protection District Fire Cadet position.

Hiring Process:
• Application Period: July-August
• Invitations to Interview: e-mailed to best qualified applicants in early September
• Interviews: Mid-September
• Notification of status: Late September
• Selected applicants will complete a LiveScan (fingerprinting)
• Orientation will begin the 1st week of January. (The beginning of the one-year term will coincide with the College of San Mateo Spring school semester.)

Cadet requirements:
• Each Cadet will be required to attend a specific day of the week Monday - Saturday for a 24 hour shift. Attendance shall be in accordance with semester dates as determined by the College of San Mateo.
• Cadets will be required to purchase uniforms after a conditional offer is made and by their 1st day of their Cadet time.
• Personal Protective equipment will be provided on Orientation day.
• Each Cadet must remain in “good standing” with the Menlo Park Fire Protection District or the Cadet may be removed from the voluntary position at any time.

Источник: https://www.menlofire.org/cadets

There was a lot to like about the Blackhawks’ performance Sunday night. They outshot the Sharks 29-22 and generally played a strong game.

They just couldn’t beat goalie James Reimer and a stingy San Jose defense in a 2-0 loss.

“For the most part, I think that’s one of the best games we’ve played all year,” Hawks interim coach Derek King said.

With forward Dylan Strome scratched again, the Hawks were hoping they could generate more offense than they have recently. It didn’t happen.

It appears that winning close games will have to be the Hawks’ MO. The goals by San Jose’s Timo Meier — the first coming moments after Alex DeBrincat and Seth Jones couldn’t convert a second-period two-on-one — were too much to overcome.

“It’s a tough league, and that’s kind of the situation we’re in with this team now,” forward Patrick Kane said. “You look at the last few games — even the games we’ve been successful — we’ve found a way to get a late goal and win 1-0 or 3-2 in overtime, and that looks like the way we’re going to have to play to be successful.”

Of course, a few more goals to go with a strong effort would be welcomed.

“I’m hoping it’s coming soon, but, listen, you’re playing a really good hockey team, and it’s 1-0 going into the third, and you’re holding them,” King said. “They get an empty-net goal, but I’ll take that every night if we play like that for three periods.”

Murray’s fight

Radio analyst Troy Murray, who’s battling cancer, took part in the Hockey Fights Cancer event by participating in the ceremonial pregame puck drop next to 15-year-old Devin Pittges, who’s in remission after fighting osteosarcoma.

“It’s been tough not having [Murray] around, his smile and positive energy,” forward Ryan Carpenter said. “We really miss him.”

Scare in Rockford

Lukas Reichel, the Hawks’ 2020 first-round pick, left the AHL IceHogs’ game in the third period after crashing into the boards. Interim coach Anders Sorensen said the team would know more about Reichel’s status on Monday.

Источник: https://chicago.suntimes.com/blackhawks/2021/11/28/22807134/finishing-eludes-blackhawks-in-2-0-loss-to-san-jose-sharks

San Jose Fire Department

The San Jose Fire Department (SJFD) provides firefighting, rescue and emergency medical services to the city of San Jose, California, United States. The San Jose Fire Department protects the third largest city in California (after Los Angeles and San Diego) and the tenth largest city in the nation.[1]

Coverage[edit]

The San Jose Fire Department's jurisdiction covers San Jose’s incorporated city limits and unincorporated areas of the County of Santa Clara totaling approximately 180 square miles and 1.2 million residents.[2] SJFD is the emergency service provider for a number of high-hazard occupancies, including an International Airport; a municipal airport; 7 major hospitals (including 3 trauma centers, and 7 emergency departments); the SAP Center, home of the NHL San Jose Sharks, (maximum occupancy 20,000); San Jose State University (the oldest public institution of higher education on the West Coast), student population of 31,906; three regional super malls; and over 108 high-rise structures.[3]

Call Volume[edit]

The San Jose Fire Department responded to 94,500 incidents in Fiscal Year 2017-2018. This included 3,500 fires and 7,000 rescue, HazMat, USAR and other non-fire related emergencies. The remaining 61% were medical related emergencies.[4]

Services[edit]

The San Jose Fire Department is an “all risk” department meaning that it has the trained personnel and equipment to mitigate a variety of emergencies, and provides a wide array of emergency services and support services throughout the city. These include the following:[5]

• Fire Suppression: Firefighters and fire apparatus that respond to extinguish fires of all types, including structure fires, vehicle fires, and vegetation fires and other fires.

• Advanced Life Support (ALS): All San Jose Fire Engine Companies and Truck Companies have firefighters trained to provide specialized medical care. All firefighters are Emergency Medical Technicians. Some are EMT-Paramedics, meaning they have the special training and skills to treat patients with drugs, to intubate patients who are not breathing, to gain intravenous access, to provide defibrillation to patients in cardiac arrest, and a variety of other medical services.

• Urban Search and Rescue (USAR): Rescue teams are prepared to handle Confined Space, Low-Angle, High-Angle, Trench, Swift-water, Open water, Flood, Collapse and a variety of other technical rescues. Several department USAR members also serve on the FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Task Force, Urban Search and Rescue California Task Force 3. The San Jose Fire Department USAR team has been certified as a Type I resource, the highest level of USAR capability.

• Hazardous Materials (HazMat): A Hazardous Incident Team is trained to the HazMat Specialist level to identify hazardous materials using technical test procedures and contain, neutralize or otherwise mitigate dangerous gases, liquids or solids. The San Jose Fire Department HazMat team has been certified as a Type I resource, the highest level of HazMat capability.

• Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting: The department provides airplane crash fire suppression and rescue services by a specially equipped and trained crew based at the Norman Mineta San Jose International Airport.

• Fire Prevention: Firefighters and Fire Prevention Inspectors help ensure schools, businesses, and multi-occupancy dwellings follow fire safety codes and are safe for residents. While on emergency incidents such as medical calls, firefighters routinely check for smoke detectors and offer detectors or replace batteries.

• The Arson Unit: Responsible for investigating the origin and cause of fires. The unit is staffed by Investigators who are cross-trained as law enforcement officers with powers of arrest. Personnel in the unit are designated peace officers under California Penal Code Section 830.37(a).

• Public Education: Firefighters meet with the public to do home safety inspections, teach families about “Exit Drills in the Home,” teach fire safety techniques such as “Stop, Drop and Roll” in schools, and distribute fire or home safety literature. Some times the firefighters will do open houses at some of their fire stations.

• Emergency Preparedness: The Fire Department’s firefighters work with the public to encourage basic preparedness for routine or major catastrophes.

Operations[edit]

The San Jose Fire Department currently operates out of 33 fire stations located throughout the city, organized into five battalions.[6] Each battalion is commanded by a Battalion Chief.

Engines, Trucks, Rescue Medics and Battalion apparatus are staffed throughout the year. Some Wildland apparatus are not staffed during summer months. Under "Other", vans, utilities, reserve engines, air units, fire support units, rescue units, USAR trailers, and the USAR boat are unstaffed - personnel from Engines, Trucks and Rescue Medics staff those apparatus when they are needed to respond. Wildland engines are prefaced with a "6" to indicate they are Type VI engines based on the National Wildfire Coordinating Group rating criteria.

In November 2018, San Jose voters passed ballot measure T. This measure provides bond funds to support the building and repair of critical city infrastructure. Some of the projects planned for Measure T funds include construction of a new fire station in the Willow Glen neighborhood (Fire Station 37 at Lincoln Ave. and Curtner Ave.), rebuilding Fire Stations 8 and 23, and building two additional new stations. During calendar 2019, the city will adopt a new 5-year fire department infrastructure plan, which will include the timing for building and staffing those stations.

Organization[edit]

The San Jose Fire Department is organized into five bureaus of operations: the Bureau of Administrative Services (BAS), the Bureau of Field Operations (BFO), the Bureau of EMS and Training (BET), the Bureau of Support Services (BSS), and the Bureau of Fire Prevention (BFP). Fire Communications is under BFO and is staffed by non-sworn Fire Department dispatchers. These highly-skilled dispatchers meet or exceed the criteria required for the SJFD Communications Center to be nationally accredited.[7]

Battalion 1[edit]

Fire Station Number Address Engine Company Truck Company Rescue Medic Company Other Units
1 225 N. Market St.Engine 1Truck 1Command Van 1 & Battalion 1
3 98 Martha St.Engine 3Rescue Medic 3
7 799 Laurel St.Engine 7
8 802 E. Santa Clara St.Engine 8
26 528 Tully Rd.Engine 26Rescue Medic 26
30 454 Auzerais Ave.Engine 30Truck 30MED 30

Battalion 2[edit]

Fire Station Number Address Engine Company Truck Company Wildland Unit Other units
2 2949 Alum Rock Ave.Engine 2Truck 2Engine 602, Engine 302 Battalion 2, Engine 202 (Reserve)
11 2840 The Villages Pkwy.Engine 11
16 2001 S. King Rd.Engine 16Truck 16
19 3292 Sierra Rd.Engine 19Engine 619
21 2100 S. White Rd.Engine 21Engine 621, Water Tender 21Engine 221 (Reserve)
24 3910 Silver Creek.RdEngine 24Engine 624
31 3100 Ruby Ave.Engine 31Engine 631

Battalion 5[edit]

Fire Station Number Address Engine Company Truck Company or USAR Unit Rescue Medic Company Other Units
5 1380 N. 10th St.Engine 5Rescue Medic 5Battalion 5
20 1433 Airport Blvd.Engine 20A, 20B (ARFF Units)Reserve Engines 20C, 20D, and Rescue 20 (ARFF)
23 1771 Via Cinco de MayoEngine 23
25 25 Wilson WayEngine 25
29 199 Innovation Dr.Engine 29Truck 29HIT 29A, 29B, Foam 29
34 1634 Las Plumas Ave.Engine 34USAR 34A, 34BUSAR-C, USAR-D, USAR-E, USAR Trailers, USAR Boat

Battalion 10[edit]

Fire Station Number Address Engine Company Truck Company Other units
4 710 Leigh Ave.Engine 4Engine 204 (Reserve Unit)
6 1386 Cherry Ave.Engine 6Fire Support Unit 3
9 3410 Ross Ave.Engine 9Truck 9Engine 209 (Reserve Unit)
10 511 S. Monroe St.Engine 10Battalion 10
14 1201 San Tomas Aquino Rd.Engine 14Truck 14
15 1248 S. Blaney Ave.Engine 15

Battalion 13[edit]

Fire Station Number Address Engine Company Truck Company Wildland Unit Other units
12 5912 Cahalan Ave.Engine 12Engine 612
13 4380 Pearl Ave.Engine 13Truck 13Battalion 13, Utility 13, Engine 213 (Reserve)
17 5170 Coniston WayEngine 17Water Tender 17Reserve Engine 617
18 4430 S. Monterey Rd.Engine 18Water Tender 18Air Unit 18, Rescue Medic 18
22 6461 Bose Ln.Engine 22
27 6027 San Ignacio WayEngine 27Engine 627
28 19911 McKean Rd.Engine 28Engine 628
35 135 Poughkeepsie Rd.Engine 35Truck 35Engine 335Fire Support Unit 2 and Fire Support Unit 103

Early History[edit]

El Pueblo of San Jose (the Town of San Jose) was protected by volunteer firemen with the founding of the Pueblo in 1777. It wasn't until 1854 that these volunteer bucket brigades would transform into the official San Jose Fire Department, labeled the San Jose Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1.[8]

Originally consisting of volunteer firefighters in its infancy, the San Jose Fire Department (SJFD) was formally established by the city of San Jose on the 27th of January, 1854, with the formation of the San Jose Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1.[9][10] The San Jose Fire Department has since been in service for over 165 years and is one of the oldest fire departments in the United States.[11]

Notable Fires[edit]

The suspicious fire began in the Chinese quarter of San Jose. The cause of the fire was never determined. To this day, many believe that racial tensions and anti-Asian sentiment led to the fire being intentionally set. Chinatown's structures were constructed mainly of wood, and the fire devastated the entire neighborhood which burnt to the ground. Because of the 1887 fire, Chinatown never fully rebuilt itself and its absence from the city can still be seen to this day. A plaque memorializing the fire can be found on the Fairmont Hotel near Plaza de Cesar Chavez in downtown San Jose.

The construction of Santana Row, an upscale shopping, housing, dining and entertainment complex, faced a major setback in 2002 when an 11-alarm fire (5-alarm within SJFD) went ablaze. The fire took several fire companies to put out, and the effort immediately became defensive as the San Jose firefighters turned their attention towards protecting surrounding homes and businesses from flying embers. The Santana Row Fire was the biggest fire in the history of the city.

  • Donner-Houghton House Fire

In the early morning of July 17, 2007, a suspicious fire consumed the historic landmark located at 156 E. St. John Street in San Jose which once housed early San Jose Mayor Sherman Houghton and his wife, Donner Party survivor Eliza Donner Houghton.[12] The San Jose Police Department was the first on the scene to evacuate squatters who took shelter in the historic house. The four-alarm fire left the historic house charred and irreparable, and the city decided to slowly demolish the building to ensure public safety and to also allow fire investigators to determine the cause of the incident. The city tried to salvage parts of the house in an effort to save as much history as possible.[13] After investigation, it was believed that the fire was started by squatters who lived in or around the vacant house. The squatters often started small fires to stay warm and to cook meals. Mattresses and chairs were found on the property, indicating their occupancy.[14] The city of San Jose faced criticism for allowing the historic house to be vacant for so long, allowing unwanted squatters to break in and seek quarters inside unsafe living conditions.

Fallen Firefighters[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Welcome to the San Jose Fire Department". San Jose CA. Retrieved 12 January 2015.
  2. ^"City of San Jose Budget". San Jose CA. Retrieved 2 April 2016.
  3. ^"Welcome to the San Jose Fire Department". San Jose CA. Retrieved 2 April 2016.
  4. ^"City of San Jose, Adopted Operating Budget, 2018-2018".
  5. ^"ServicesVideo". San Jose Fire Department. Retrieved 2 April 2016.
  6. ^"Stations". San Jose Fire Department. Retrieved 12 January 2015.
  7. ^"Bureaus". San Jose Fire Department. Retrieved 12 January 2015.
  8. ^Fire History, "Source 4", December 1, 2010
  9. ^San Jose Fire Museum, "Source 1", November 22, 2010
  10. ^Bay Area Backroads, "Source 2", November 22, 2010
  11. ^San Jose Fire Department, "Source 3", November 22, 2010
  12. ^Wikimapia Allen Apartments, "Source 5", December 2, 2010
  13. ^San Jose Development News, "Source 6", December 2, 2010
  14. ^SFGate.com, "Source 7", December 2, 2010

External links[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Jose_Fire_Department

The City of Rocklin has hired Reginald Williams as Rocklin’s next fire chief, and he will begin his new responsibilities on Monday, August 3.

Williams leaves his position as assistant fire chief with the City of San José, where he oversaw 838 employees in the third largest city in California. Williams had been with San José, for 25 years, holding roles also including deputy chief, battalion chief, captain, engineer, and fire fighter paramedic.

The combination of his experience, along with his skillset and education, made him a clear choice for Rocklin.

“Rocklin is a safe and growing city where the community really cares about where they live. I’m excited to join the department and enjoy a smaller community I can call home,” Williams said.

Williams’ goals for the department include incorporating technological innovations like emergency vehicle preemption (EVP) and digital patient record keeping into operations. He feels it is important to keep population growth in mind as well.

“We have an opportunity to look at growth, and I want to look at efficient ways to keep up with the demand,” Williams said. “As the community becomes more mature, we may also have to address increased medical needs in the coming years.”

Williams graduated from San José State University with a degree in Communication Studies, and he is pursuing his Master’s in Public Administration at the same institution.

“I believe that Chief Williams will be an effective administrator that can help the Rocklin Fire Department innovate,” said City Manager Steve Rudolph. “He has shown his ability to embrace public safety’s evolution and will ensure the City is able to continue to provide our residents the highest quality emergency services.”

Williams plans to relocate to Rocklin and looks forward to getting to know the residents he will be serving as Fire Chief.

Источник: https://www.rocklin.ca.us/article/reginald-williams-hired-rocklin-fire-chief

Santa clara police helicopter activity

Santa clara police helicopter activity


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Источник: http://dean-collection.com/mw3skn/santa-clara-police-helicopter-activity.html

William "Willie" L. McDonald

Chief's Bio

Willie McDonald is a native of Fresno, California. He possesses a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from California State University, Fresno, and earned a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from California State University, East Bay.  Willie graduated from the National Fire Academy’s Executive Fire Officers’ Program, completed Harvard University’s fellowship for State and Local Government Officials, and earned Arizona State University’s Certified Public Manager Certificate.

In 1978, Willie began his fire career in Fresno as a Firefighter Trainee, promoting through the ranks to Firefighter-Paramedic, Engineer-Paramedic, Captain-Paramedic and Deputy Fire Chief, serving until February 1993. As a Deputy Chief, Willie oversaw In-service and Recruit Training, Emergency Medical Services, Fleet (including Maintenance, Repair and Purchasing), Hazardous Materials Response, Disaster Management and Fire Communications.

In 1993, Willie was appointed and accepted his first Fire Chief role in Foster City, CA.  He then went on to serve as Fire Chief in San Mateo, CA in 1996, Fremont, CA in 2002, and Scottsdale, AZ in 2004.  In Scottsdale, he was provided the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in creating a new Fire Department to replace the private contractor, Rural Metro. Chief McDonald helped to hire approximately 275 employees, procured necessary protective clothing, tools and equipment; and developed policies, practices and procedures. The new Department was officially launched at midnight on July 1, 2005 marking the start of City provided services.

In August 2010, Willie was appointed Fire Chief in San Jose, CA, leading the nation’s 10th largest populated city with a Fire Department that employs 790 dedicated members and staff.  He moved on to join Las Vegas Fire & Rescue as Fire Chief in August 2013. The Department is highly respected throughout the fire service, is accredited and maintains an ISO Class I designation. Willie was appointed by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors as the Fire Chief of the Alameda County Fire Department on July 14, 2020 and transitioned into this current role on August 17.
Источник: https://fire.acgov.org/AboutUs/chiefbio.page?

San Jose Fire Department

The San Jose Fire Department (SJFD) provides firefighting, rescue and emergency medical services to the city of San Jose, California, United States. The San Jose Fire Department protects the third largest city in California (after Los Angeles and San Diego) and the tenth largest city in the nation.[1]

Coverage[edit]

The San Jose Fire Department's jurisdiction covers San Jose’s incorporated city limits and unincorporated areas of the County of Santa Clara totaling approximately 180 square miles and 1.2 million residents.[2] SJFD is the emergency service provider for a number of high-hazard occupancies, including an International Airport; a municipal airport; 7 major hospitals (including 3 trauma centers, and 7 emergency departments); the SAP Center, home of the NHL San Jose Sharks, (maximum occupancy 20,000); San Jose State University (the oldest public institution of higher education on the West Coast), student population of 31,906; three regional super malls; and over 108 high-rise structures.[3]

Call Volume[edit]

The San Jose Fire Department responded to 94,500 incidents in Fiscal Year 2017-2018. This included 3,500 fires and 7,000 rescue, HazMat, USAR and other non-fire related emergencies. The remaining 61% were medical related emergencies.[4]

Services[edit]

The San Jose Fire Department is an “all risk” department meaning that it has the trained personnel and equipment to mitigate a variety of emergencies, and provides a wide array of emergency services and support services throughout the city. These include the following:[5]

• Fire Suppression: Firefighters and fire apparatus that respond to extinguish fires of all types, including structure fires, vehicle fires, and vegetation fires and other fires.

• Advanced Life Support (ALS): All San Jose Fire Engine Companies and Truck Companies have san jose fire department hiring trained to provide specialized medical care. All firefighters are Emergency Medical Technicians. Some are EMT-Paramedics, meaning they have the special training and skills to treat patients with drugs, to intubate patients who are not breathing, to gain intravenous access, to provide defibrillation to patients in cardiac arrest, and a variety of other medical services.

• Urban Search and Rescue (USAR): Rescue teams are prepared to handle Confined Space, Low-Angle, High-Angle, Trench, Swift-water, Open water, Flood, Collapse and a variety of other technical rescues. Several department USAR members also serve on the FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Task Force, Urban Search and Rescue California Task Force 3. The San Jose Fire Department USAR team has been certified as a Type I resource, the highest level of USAR capability.

• Hazardous Materials (HazMat): A Hazardous Incident Team is trained to the HazMat Specialist level to identify hazardous materials using technical test procedures and contain, neutralize or otherwise mitigate dangerous gases, liquids or solids. The San Jose Fire Department HazMat team has been certified as a Type I resource, the highest level of HazMat capability.

• Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting: The department provides airplane crash fire suppression and rescue services by a specially equipped and trained crew based at the Norman Mineta San Jose International Airport.

• Fire Prevention: Firefighters and Fire Prevention Inspectors help ensure schools, businesses, and multi-occupancy dwellings follow fire safety codes and are safe for residents. While on emergency incidents such as medical calls, firefighters routinely check for smoke detectors and offer detectors or replace batteries.

• The Arson Unit: Responsible for investigating the origin and cause of fires. The unit is staffed by Investigators who are cross-trained as law enforcement officers with powers of arrest. Personnel in the unit are designated peace officers under California Penal Code Section 830.37(a).

• Public Education: Firefighters meet with the public to do home safety inspections, teach families about “Exit Drills in the Home,” teach fire safety techniques such as “Stop, Drop and Roll” in schools, and distribute fire or home safety literature. Some times the firefighters will do open houses at some of their fire stations.

• Emergency Preparedness: The Fire Department’s firefighters work with the public to encourage basic preparedness for routine or major catastrophes.

Operations[edit]

The San Jose Fire Department currently operates out of 33 fire stations located throughout the city, organized into five battalions.[6] Each battalion is commanded by a Battalion Chief.

Engines, Trucks, Rescue Medics and Battalion apparatus are staffed throughout the year. Some Wildland apparatus are not staffed during summer months. Under "Other", vans, utilities, reserve engines, air units, fire support units, rescue san jose fire department hiring, USAR trailers, and the USAR boat are unstaffed - personnel from Engines, Trucks and Rescue Medics staff those apparatus when they are needed to respond. Wildland engines san jose fire department hiring prefaced with a "6" to indicate san jose fire department hiring are Type VI engines based on the National Wildfire Coordinating Group rating criteria.

In November 2018, San Jose voters passed ballot measure T. This measure provides bond funds to support the building and repair of critical city infrastructure. Some of the projects planned for Measure T funds include construction of a new fire station in the Willow Glen neighborhood (Fire Station 37 at Lincoln Ave. and Curtner Ave.), rebuilding Fire Stations 8 and 23, and building two additional new stations. During calendar 2019, the city will adopt a new 5-year fire department infrastructure plan, which will include the timing for building and staffing those stations.

Organization[edit]

The San Jose Fire Department is organized into five bureaus of operations: the Bureau of Administrative Services (BAS), the Bureau of Field Operations (BFO), the Bureau of EMS and Training (BET), the Bureau of Support Services (BSS), and the Bureau of Fire Prevention (BFP). Fire Communications is under BFO and is staffed by non-sworn Fire Department dispatchers. These highly-skilled dispatchers meet or exceed the criteria required for the SJFD Communications Center to be nationally accredited.[7]

Battalion 1[edit]

Fire Station Number Address Engine Company Truck Company Rescue Medic Company Other Units
1 225 N. Market St.Engine 1Truck 1Command Van 1 & Battalion 1
3 98 Martha St.Engine 3Rescue Medic 3
7 799 Laurel St.Engine 7
8 802 E. Santa Clara St.Engine 8
26 528 Tully Rd.Engine 26Rescue Medic 26
30 454 Auzerais Ave.Engine 30Truck 30MED 30

Battalion 2[edit]

Fire Station Number Address Engine Company Truck Company Wildland Unit Other units
2 2949 Alum Rock Ave.Engine 2Truck 2Engine 602, Engine 302 wells fargo charleston blvd las vegas 2, Engine 202 (Reserve)
11 2840 The Villages Pkwy.Engine 11
16 2001 S. King Rd.Engine 16Truck 16
19 3292 Sierra Rd.Engine 19Engine 619
21 2100 S. White Rd.Engine 21Engine 621, Water Tender 21Engine 221 (Reserve)
24 3910 Silver Creek.RdEngine 24Engine 624
31 3100 Ruby Ave.Engine 31Engine 631

Battalion 5[edit]

Fire Station Number Address Engine Company Truck Company or USAR Unit Rescue Medic Company Other Units
5 1380 N. 10th St.Engine 5Rescue Medic 5Battalion 5
20 1433 Airport Blvd.Engine 20A, 20B (ARFF Units)Reserve Engines san jose fire department hiring, 20D, and Rescue san jose fire department hiring (ARFF)
23 1771 Via Cinco de MayoEngine 23
25 25 Wilson WayEngine 25
29 199 Innovation Dr.Engine 29Truck 29HIT 29A, 29B, Foam 29
34 1634 Las Plumas Ave.Engine 34USAR 34A, 34BUSAR-C, USAR-D, USAR-E, USAR Trailers, USAR Boat

Battalion 10[edit]

Fire Station Number Address Engine Company Truck Company Other units
4 710 Leigh Ave.Engine 4Engine 204 (Reserve Unit)
6 1386 Cherry Ave.Engine 6Fire Support Unit 3
9 3410 Ross Ave.Engine 9Truck 9Engine 209 (Reserve Unit)
10 511 S. Monroe St.Engine 10Battalion 10
14 1201 San Tomas Aquino Rd.Engine 14Truck 14
15 1248 S. Blaney Ave.Engine 15

Battalion 13[edit]

Fire Station Number Address Engine Company Truck Company Wildland Unit Other units
12 5912 Cahalan Ave.Engine 12Engine 612
13 4380 Pearl Ave.Engine 13Truck 13Battalion 13, Utility 13, Engine 213 (Reserve)
17 5170 Coniston WayEngine 17Water Tender 17Reserve Engine 617
18 4430 S. Monterey Rd.Engine 18Water Tender 18Air Unit 18, Rescue Medic 18
22 6461 Bose Ln.Engine 22
27 6027 San Ignacio WayEngine 27Engine 627
28 19911 McKean Rd.Engine 28Engine 628
35 135 Poughkeepsie Rd.Engine 35Truck 35Engine 335Fire Support Unit 2 and Fire Support Unit 103

Early History[edit]

El Pueblo of San Jose (the Town of San Jose) was protected by volunteer firemen with the founding of the Pueblo in 1777. It wasn't until 1854 that these volunteer bucket brigades would transform into the official San Jose Fire Department, labeled the San Jose Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1.[8]

Originally consisting of volunteer firefighters in its infancy, the San Jose Fire Department (SJFD) was formally established by the city of San Jose on the 27th of January, 1854, with the formation of the San Jose Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1.[9][10] The San Jose Fire Department has since been in service for over 165 years and is one of the oldest fire departments in the United States.[11]

Notable Fires[edit]

The suspicious fire began in the Chinese quarter of San Jose. The cause of the fire was never determined. To this day, many believe that racial tensions and anti-Asian sentiment led to the fire being intentionally set. Chinatown's structures were constructed mainly of wood, and the fire devastated the entire neighborhood which burnt to the ground. Because of the 1887 fire, Chinatown never fully rebuilt itself and its absence from the city can still be seen to this day. A plaque memorializing the fire can be found on the Fairmont Hotel near Plaza de Cesar Chavez in downtown San First northern bank california.

The construction of Santana Row, an upscale shopping, housing, dining and entertainment complex, faced a major setback in 2002 when an 11-alarm fire (5-alarm within SJFD) went ablaze. The fire took several fire companies to put out, and the effort immediately became defensive as the San Jose firefighters turned their attention towards protecting surrounding homes and businesses from flying embers. The Santana Row Fire was the biggest fire in the history of the city.

  • Donner-Houghton House Fire

In the early morning of July 17, 2007, a suspicious fire consumed the historic landmark located at 156 E. St. John Street in San Jose which once housed early San Jose Mayor Sherman Houghton and his wife, Donner Party survivor Eliza Donner Houghton.[12] The San Jose Police Department was the first on the scene to evacuate squatters who took shelter in the historic house. The four-alarm fire left the historic house charred and irreparable, and the city decided to slowly demolish the building to ensure public safety and to also allow fire investigators to determine the cause of the incident. The city tried to salvage parts of the house in an effort to save as much history as possible.[13] After investigation, it was believed that the fire was started by squatters who lived in or around the vacant house. The squatters often started small fires to stay warm and to cook meals. Mattresses and chairs were found on the property, indicating their occupancy.[14] The city of San Jose faced criticism for allowing the historic house to be vacant for so long, allowing unwanted squatters to break in and seek quarters inside unsafe living conditions.

Fallen Firefighters[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Welcome to the San Jose Fire Department". San Jose CA. Retrieved 12 January 2015.
  2. ^"City of San Jose Budget". San Jose CA. Retrieved 2 April 2016.
  3. ^"Welcome to the San Jose Fire Department". San Jose CA. Retrieved 2 April 2016.
  4. ^"City of San Jose, Adopted Operating Budget, 2018-2018".
  5. ^"ServicesVideo". San Jose Fire Department. Retrieved 2 April 2016.
  6. ^"Stations". San Jose Fire Department. Retrieved 12 January 2015.
  7. ^"Bureaus". San Jose Fire Department. Retrieved 12 January 2015.
  8. ^Fire History, "Source 4", December 1, 2010
  9. ^San Jose Fire Museum, "Source 1", November 22, 2010
  10. ^Bay Area Backroads, "Source 2", November 22, 2010
  11. ^San Jose Fire Department, "Source 3", November 22, 2010
  12. ^Wikimapia Allen Apartments, "Source 5", December 2, 2010
  13. ^San Jose Development News, "Source 6", December 2, 2010
  14. ^SFGate.com, "Source 7", December 2, 2010

External links[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Jose_Fire_Department

There was a lot to like about the Blackhawks’ performance Sunday night. They outshot the Sharks 29-22 and generally played a strong game.

They just couldn’t beat goalie James Reimer and a stingy San Jose defense in a 2-0 loss.

“For the most part, I think that’s one of the best games we’ve san jose fire department hiring all year,” Hawks interim coach Derek King said.

With forward Dylan Strome scratched again, the Hawks were hoping they could generate more offense than they have recently. It didn’t happen.

It appears that winning close games will have to be the Hawks’ MO. The goals by San Jose’s Timo Meier — the first coming moments after Alex DeBrincat and Seth Jones couldn’t convert a second-period two-on-one — were too much to overcome.

“It’s a tough league, and that’s kind of the situation we’re in with this team now,” forward Patrick Kane said. “You look at the last few games — even the games we’ve been successful — we’ve found a way to get a late goal and win 1-0 or 3-2 in overtime, and that looks like the way we’re going to have to play to be successful.”

Of course, a few more goals to go with a strong effort would be welcomed.

“I’m hoping it’s coming soon, but, listen, you’re playing a really good hockey team, and it’s 1-0 going into the third, and you’re holding them,” King said. “They get an empty-net goal, but I’ll take that every night if we play like that for three periods.”

Murray’s fight

Radio analyst Troy Murray, who’s battling cancer, took part in the Hockey Fights Cancer event by participating in the ceremonial pregame puck drop next to 15-year-old Devin Pittges, who’s in remission after fighting osteosarcoma.

“It’s been tough not having [Murray] around, his smile and positive energy,” forward Ryan Carpenter said. “We really miss him.”

Scare in Rockford

Lukas Reichel, the Hawks’ 2020 first-round pick, left the AHL IceHogs’ game in the third period after crashing into the boards. Interim coach Anders Sorensen said the team would know more about Reichel’s status on Monday.

Источник: https://chicago.suntimes.com/blackhawks/2021/11/28/22807134/finishing-eludes-blackhawks-in-2-0-loss-to-san-jose-sharks

The City of Rocklin has hired Reginald Williams as Rocklin’s next fire chief, and he will begin his new responsibilities on Monday, August 3.

Williams leaves his position as assistant fire chief with the City of San José, where he oversaw 838 employees in the third largest city in California. Williams had been with San José, for 25 years, holding roles also including deputy chief, battalion chief, captain, engineer, and fire fighter paramedic.

The combination of his experience, along with his skillset and education, made him a clear choice for Rocklin.

“Rocklin is a safe and growing city where the community really cares about where they live. I’m excited to join the department and enjoy a smaller community I can call home,” Williams said.

Williams’ goals for the department include incorporating technological innovations like emergency vehicle preemption (EVP) and digital patient record keeping into operations. He feels it is important to keep population growth in mind as well.

“We have an opportunity to look at growth, and I want to look at efficient ways to keep up with the demand,” Williams said. “As the community becomes more mature, we may also have to address increased medical needs in the coming years.”

Williams graduated from San José State University with a degree in Communication Studies, and he is pursuing his Master’s in Public Administration at the same institution.

“I believe that Chief Williams will be an effective administrator that can help the Rocklin Fire Department innovate,” said City Manager Steve Rudolph. “He has shown his ability to embrace public safety’s evolution and will ensure the City is able to continue to provide our residents san jose fire department hiring highest quality emergency services.”

Williams plans to relocate to Rocklin and looks forward to getting to know the residents he will be serving as Fire Chief.

Источник: https://www.rocklin.ca.us/article/reginald-williams-hired-rocklin-fire-chief

Santa clara police helicopter activity

Santa clara police helicopter activity


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While the culture at her Oakland firehouse has “gotten way better” over her 11 years there, firefighter engineer Candice Koshman says the department has “farther to go” in accommodating women.

For one, most of Oakland’s firehouses still don’t have a bathroom dedicated to women or separate rooms to change in. For another, a lot of the department’s personal protective equipment doesn’t fit her or her female colleagues.

On the positive side, Oakland Fire has made some progress in recruiting and increasing the number of female firefighters. Today, 32 of the 431 firefighters are women, or 7.4% of the total force.

That’s almost double the percentage of women who have entered the male-dominated sanctum of the nation’s firehouses, where attitudes that women don’t belong there because they don’t have the physical prowess or mental fortitude to rush into infernos and carry out survivors still prevails.

According to the National Fire Protection Association, an average of 4% of firefighters in the United States are women.

To address the disparities, Koshman and some of her colleagues last month created the group “Oakland Women & Non-binary Firefighters,” an initiative she said is supported by Fire Chief Reginald Freeman.

In a statement, the fire department acknowledges more must be done. “Whether it’s addressing restrooms and changing facilities or the personal protective equipment our dedicated members wear in the field, this department has renewed its commitment to aligning the goals of our affinity groups and our capital improvement plans so that we achieve our goal of providing equal access to comparable, safe, and adequate facilities for all.”

Elsewhere in the Bay Area, women trying to carve out careers in firefighting are facing some of the same obstacles as Koshman. Among san jose fire department hiring is Santa Clara County Fire Department’s Angela Graham, whose occasional frustration is tempered by the joy she gets in suiting up.

Responding to a hazardous materials call at a Stanford science lab, an overturned fuel tanker or a drug lab explosion are all part of her job, and “it’s really pretty fun,” says Graham, a hazmat specialist with the department since 2006.

Graham is one of a dozen women who make up the department’s firefighting workforce of 221. Despite efforts to diversify its pool of candidates, the department’s share of female firefighters has dropped from 7% in 2019 to 5.4% today.

Even though the number of women expected to enter a fire training academy next year is 22 — or 13 more than this year — “that’s minimal,” Graham said. “That’s not showing much effort.”

The San Jose Fire Department, meanwhile, ranks below the national average, with women making up only 3.7% of its firefighting force — a slight improvement from 2.4% in 2019.

That kind of disparity was criticized in a December 2020 Santa Clara County Civil Grand Jury report that blamed the scarcity of female firefighters in the San Jose, Palo Alto, Mountain View and Santa Clara County fire departments on poor recruiting techniques, gender bias and a lack of inclusivity.

The grand jury recommended that the four fire departments create programs to recruit more women, implement a mentoring program for female recruits and new hires, create gender-separate areas for bathing, sleeping and dressing in firehouses, and supply better-fitting equipment for female firefighters.

San Jose Fire spokesperson Erica Ray said the department has been taking steps to attract more women. In 2019, it introduced a boot camp “to orient women to the fire service career path through physical fitness education, information sharing and mentorship by professional firefighters.”

The department also deferred certain minimum requirements for applicants such as emergency medical technician certificates and physical agility tests, she added.

Like most other fire departments in the Bay Area and across the nation, Santa Clara County Fire — which serves Saratoga, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Campbell, Cupertino and the county’s unincorporated zones — is trying to find the right https access usbank com cpsapp1 index jsp src="https://i0.wp.com/www.mercurynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/SJM-L-FIRE-1124-4.jpg?fit=620%2C9999px&ssl=1" width="5324">

Doug Baker, the department’s director of personnel services, acknowledges that this year’s candidate pool should have included more women.

“We’re happy to see an increase, even though it’s pretty small, but it is a very challenging thing to address,” Baker said. “The hard part is, it’s still a difficult physical job and maybe, just culturally here in the United States, there just isn’t the same kind of equal representation in terms of interest amongst men and women for this kind of a job. And we see this as kind of a long-term issue that we’re not going to solve overnight.”

Baker said even before the grand jury report was published, the department instituted a number of changes to recruit more women and minorities. Those included altering the initial application requirements in 2019 so women without engineering experience could still apply. And this year, Baker said, the department expanded the total number of candidate spots in an attempt to get more female applicants.

Despite the slight increase in the female candidate pool, Rebecca Lo, who also works on the department’s recruitment efforts, admits “there’s definitely a lot more work that we want to continue to do.”

In October, the department sent a team of firefighters to meet with the Foothill College women’s basketball team hoping to spark some interest among the players in a firefighting career. Lo said the department intends to host a session of the NorCal FIRST ALARM Girls Fire Camp, which exposes high school girls to firefighting techniques in an attempt to make the profession more appealing.

“Part of this is going out and building that interest, hopefully locally here for women and minorities, just to (show) that this is a viable career option. But it’s an uphill battle for sure,” Baker said. “It’s difficult.”

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Concerted efforts to hire more women at fire departments apparently have paid off. The grand jury noted that Mountain View’s Fire Department started a special female recruitment process in 2015. Four years later, women accounted for 10% of its firefighters. The department said it could not immediately provide its latest numbers.

Santa Clara County Fire’s Graham, a former professional softball player, thinks the most effective way to diversify the department’s candidates is to “go to colleges and go to the athletic department.”  One of the main reasons she went into firefighting was to find a team-centered culture, she explained.

As a former plumber, Oakland Fire’s Koshman has a slightly different perspective. She would put the focus on women in the trades.

“You are using your hands,” she said. “That’s one of the things I loved about being a plumber. Tapping into people in the trades … they like having those skills and abilities. That’s why I love being a (firefighter) engineer. I’m a plumber. Water in. Water out. I’m working with pumps. Engines. Everything I did when I was a plumber … I’m doing it now.”

Источник: https://www.mercurynews.com/2021/11/24/thats-not-showing-much-effort-santa-clara-county-fire-department-struggles-recruiting-female-candidates

Menlo Park Fire District

Menlo Park Fire Protection District Cadet Program
If you are interested in starting a career as a Firefighter, you will not want to miss the opportunity to join this program. Our Cadet program has placed over 50 firefighters into entry level positions with our District as well as a number of others throughout California. In addition to gaining valuable hands on training, this one year program meets the manipulative training and experience requirements in obtaining a California State Fire Marshall’s Office State Firefighter I certification.

The Cadet program is an unpaid volunteer work experience program hosted by the Menlo Park Fire Protection District in conjunction with the College of San Mateo.

About the District:

Located in the heart of the Silicon Valley, between San Jose and San Francisco, the District serves Menlo Park, Atherton, East Palo Alto and parts of unincorporated San Mateo County. The District’s core mission is to deliver essential, first-responders, and fire suppression services in response to land and structural fires, and medical emergencies. The Fire District also provides fire prevention services and engages with the community in the areas of emergency preparedness and natural disaster response. The District staffs 7 stations and an administrative office with 140 full-time employees.

In order to be eligible you must:
• Have a State of California EMT or National Registry EMT certification (or currently enrolled)
• Possess a valid driver’s license and a driving record with minimal violations
• Have a Firefighter I Academy certification (or proof of “student in good standing” letter signed by an Academy Instructor if currently enrolled)
• Be 18+ years of age at the time of application

To apply (beginning Late July):
• Go to https://www.calopps.org/ search Fire jobs, and apply to the Menlo Park Fire Protection District Fire Cadet position.

Hiring Process:
• Application Period: July-August
• Invitations to Interview: e-mailed to best qualified applicants in early September
• Interviews: Mid-September
• Notification of status: Late September
• Selected applicants will complete a LiveScan (fingerprinting)
• Orientation will begin the 1st week of January. (The beginning of the one-year term will coincide with the College of San Mateo Spring school semester.)

Cadet requirements:
• Each Cadet will be required to attend a specific day of the week Monday - Saturday for a 24 hour shift. Attendance shall be in accordance with semester dates as determined by the College of San Mateo.
• Cadets will be required to purchase uniforms after a conditional offer is made and by their 1st day of their Cadet time.
• Personal Protective equipment will be provided on Orientation day.
• Each Cadet must remain in “good standing” with the Menlo Park Fire Protection District or the Cadet may be removed from the voluntary position at any time.

Источник: https://www.menlofire.org/cadets

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