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  Welcome to IAFF Local 67's Website!

 

Welcome to the Columbus Professional Fire Fighter's Website, IAFF Local 67. Local 67 is the exclusive bargaining unit representing the men and women of the Columbus, Ohio Division of Fire from the rank of Fire Fighter through Assistant Chief. Fifteen hundred (1500) strong, our members are dedicated to protecting the lives and property of the citizens of Columbus.


Our Fire Fighters serve the citizens of Columbus with a wide range of services, including but not limited to structural fire fighting, advanced life support paramedic service, technical rescue, hazardous materials response, fire prevention education and inspections, bomb squad and arson investigation.


The Columbus Professional Fire Fighters also has a proud affiliation with the International Association of Fire Fighters and the Ohio Association of Professional Fire Fighters.


All members of Local 67 and their families are aware of the danger that is associated with our profession as Professional Fire Fighters. We accept this responsibility and thank the citizens and guests of the City of Columbus for the opportunity to serve them.


Enjoy this site, and please feel free to contact us with your comments.


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Injured On Duty/ Retirement Guidelines

Attention: If you are injuried "on duty" go to the "Members" tab, then "Document Library" tab, then go to "Start here" to begin your paper work. 

If You are planning on retiring soon, go to the "Document Library" tab and click on "Start here for retirements".

If you have any questions regarding the OP&F sponsored health care program, please call UnitedHeathcare at (888) 832-0964, (and press 1) Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-5p.m. EST>

 


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City of Columbus Social Media Policy

City of Columbus
Department of Human Resources
77 N. Front Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Social Media Policy
Effective: February 1, 2019


INTRODUCTION
To assist employees in making responsible decisions, we have established the following policy for
appropriate use of social media. Violation of this policy may be subject to disciplinary action up to and
including termination.
POLICY
Employees are responsible for the content they communicate online and should be mindful of the
information they disclose on the internet.
The following prohibitions shall apply to social media use:
1. Unless authorized by the employee’s job duties, employees shall refrain from using social media
while on work time or with equipment that is provided to the employee by the City of Columbus
for work purposes. Employees may use social media on their personal devices during authorized
meal and break times.
2. Statements or uses of any City or City division/department’s logo, seal, information, insignia or
equipment are prohibited without authorization.
3. Disclosure of confidential and/or proprietary information acquired in the course of employment is
strictly prohibited. Confidential information includes information that would not be available
pursuant to a public records request or its release would be prohibited by law.
4. Use of the City of Columbus email address to register on social networks, blogs or other online
tools utilized for personal use is prohibited.
5. Unauthorized use of images of citizens and/or employees.
If an employee believes that an online communication violates this policy, the employee should
immediately report the communication to his or her supervisor or division/department human resources
personnel.
The City of Columbus prohibits taking a negative action against any employee for reporting a possible
violation of this policy or for cooperating in an investigation. Any employee who retaliates against
another employee for reporting a possible violation of this policy or for cooperating in an investigation
will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination.


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First Responder Night Hockey Night


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2019 Guns and Hoses Charity Boxing


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Bowling Tournament


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Right to Work

Here is a over head view of the "Right to Work" rally held Saturday February 24th at the State House. President Montgomery would like to thank the Local 67 members who stood in the rain along with Union members from across the State of Ohio to show their displeasure and lack of support for this bill that is currently being heard by Legislators at the State House.


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U S Health Care Costs



Health care prices in the United States describes market and non-market factors that determine pricing, along with possible causes as to why prices are higher than other countries. Compared to other OECD countries, U.S. healthcare costs are one-third higher or more relative to the size of the economy (GDP).[1] According to the CDC, during 2015 health expenditures per-person were nearly $10,000 on average, with total expenditures of $3.2 trillion or 17.8% GDP.[2] Proximate reasons for the differences with other countries include: higher prices for the same services (i.e., higher price per unit) and greater use of healthcare (i.e., more units consumed). Higher administrative costs, higher per-capita income, and less government intervention to drive down prices are deeper causes.[3] While the annual inflation rate in healthcare costs has declined in recent decades;[4] it still remains above the rate of economic growth, resulting in a steady increase in healthcare expenditures relative to GDP from 6% in 1970 to nearly 18% in 2015.[2]


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Station 67 now has Fire/Gravemarks in either Brass or Aluminum with or without Flags for sale.


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For the Health and Well-Being of Columbus Firefighters

free resource website supported by IAFF Local 67 and the Columbus Division of Fire

Built by local Firefighters for local Firefighters

Local 67 in cooperation with the Columbus Division of Fire has created LiveWell4Fire to provide a resource hub to support the health and well-being of all firefighters. LiveWell4Fire provides free resources, anonymous assessments, and planning tools for Columbus Firefighters.

Anonymously Navigate Resources for Life’s Needs

Our mission is to create a support mechanism that helps firefighters and their families remain physically, financially and mentally fit throughout there career as a Columbus Firefighter.

Dedicated to the physical and mental health of all Firefighters

Local 67 represents more than 1,500 firefighters that serve the City of Columbus, Ohio. We account for 32 stations with members responding to 161,693 runs annually.

 


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