Testosterone Replacement Information

Members of your 3631 executive board recently attended the IAFF Redmond Health and Safety Symposium. They wanted to share some important information they learned to the membership regarding testosterone replacement therapy.  Please read the pdf below.Click here to view 
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Placentia

Placentia City Leaders Vote to Decimate Fire and Emergency Medical ServicesClick here to view PDFPlacentia City Council Vote to Privatize EMS and end 23-year Partnership with the Orange County Fire Authority will Jeopardize the Safety of Placentia Residents  On Tuesday, June 4th, the Placentia City Council voted 3 to 1 in support of a reckless plan to completely overhaul Fire Protection and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) for the residents of their City.  Despite their promi...
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History of Local 3631 Video

We are excited to share with you  a video we produced on the history of Orange County Professional Firefighters Association Local 3631. https://vimeo.com/340310309    
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Placentia Facts

Please review this document that address the inaccuracies that surfaced from the Placentia propasal. Please review and share this document.Click here to view PDF 
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Placentia

 Dear citizens and visitors of Placentia: The City of Placentia and their City Council meeting scheduled for tomorrow night (Tuesday, June 4) will include an item on the agenda that City Councilmembers will vote on which, if passed by the Council, will start the process to terminate the long-term relationship that has been developed with the Orange County Fire Authority and the City of Placentia. Instead, effective July 1, 2020, the City of Placentia hopes to have the newly created&nbs...
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Wildfire Safety


With wildfire season here, take a look at this video with some great tips to help prevent wildfires. 
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Crews from Station 34 help elderly man

 Station 34 Respond to fallen elderly man
Crews from Station 34 responded to the home of an elderly man who fell and couldn’t get up while gardening. Not only did the crew help him up and thoroughly assess him for injuries but they stay available onscene and helped the man finish his gardening. Great Job Engine 34! We seek every opportunity to leave a lasting impact on every call. 
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Fire Rescue Chief Brian Fennessy to lead Orange County Fire Authority - by KUSI News

Chief-Fennessy
From upgrading the city’s helicopter program, to reducing emergency response times, to increasing diversity among new firefighters, San Diego Fire Rescue Chief Brian Fennessy has made a mark during his two and a half years in San Diego. Now, he’s preparing to leave San Diego and take up a new position as the head of the Orange County Fire Authority.Chief Fennessy visited Good Morning San Diego to talk about what’s next.
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