THE CAROLINA BL ZE
PFFPNC President Scott Mullins receives the first of two vaccine injections to protect him, his family, and co-workers from COVID-19. More on this inside this edition.
Winter 2021Edition | Professional Fire Fighters & Paramedics of North Carolina
our magazine Welcome to the second edition of The Carolina Blaze, an online magazine produced by the Professional Fire Fighters and Paramedics of North Carolina. We are very excited about this edition, as we discuss COVID-19 vaccines, new trends in the fire service, and thought-provoking topics and inspiration. Thank you for all the feedback we received from our first edition. We heard from firefighters, there families, and from the public about the stories we shared, including real life stories, political news, recipes, trainings, and products. If you have ideas or feedback, please continue to send them our way. This is OUR magazine and we promise to keep it authentic, real, and relevant to you and your families.
Scott Mullins is the President of PFFPNC and is a captain at the Asheville Fire Department. Scott also serves as President of the Asheville Fire Fighters Association.
Many of you asked how you can be of help to North Carolina firefighters and there’s a simple answer: 1) Reach out to your local firefighters in your community and get to know them, their needs, and how you can plug in. 2) Patronize our advertisers of this magazine and let them know when you purchase goods and services from them that you heard about their work here. As you open this second issue of The Carolina Blaze, it is our sincere hope that you are inspired and enjoy this piece created just for you. Happy reading! Fraternally yours,
Scott Mullins PFFPNC President
Firefighters and the COVID-19 Vaccine The Raleigh News & Observer published a story on January 15 that reports fewer than half of the eligible firefighters across Wake County’s 20 fire departments have signed up for the COVID-19 vaccine. It is a stark difference from the 70% of Wake County’s EMS employees who have gotten the vaccine. While PFFPNC supports the right of any firefighter who opts not to receive the COVID-19 vaccination, the organization is providing this link to important facts sheet from the IAFF. As of January 12, 2021, 30 IAFF members have died in the line of duty from COVID-19. The IAFF strongly recommends all members be vaccinated against the coronavirus (SARSCoV-2) for their own protection and the protection of their brothers and sisters, family members, friends and communities. It is critical that members are protected through vaccinations to maintain their readiness to respond to COVID-19 and other
emergencies, as the number of positive tests, hospitalizations and deaths from COVID-19 continue to rise amidst flu season. PFFPNC President Scott Mullins, who also serves as the President the Asheville Fire Fighters Association, posted a video on Twitter of him receiving his second COVID-19 vaccination on Tuesday. “Just got round 2 of the #COVID vaccine,” Mullins tweeted. “Thankful for the work the @IAFFNewsDesk & @PFFPNC did to ensure @ncfirefighters were in the top tier for vaccinations. Stay healthy and do your part to get us out of this mess. Get your vaccine. @AFFA332”. COVID-19 experts report that approximately 75-80% of Americans will need to receive the vaccine in order for the country to return to normalcy by the Fall of 2021. Mullins said he
would like to see firefighters lead in this effort. Mullins said he suffered no complications from the two vaccine doses, but did run a fever after the second shot. Once he again, he posted on Twitter: “Majority of people will have effects from the #CovidVaccine 2nd round. For me it was arm soreness at the vaccination site & a fever that started 12 hrs after the shot & lasted 30 hrs. I suggest having Tylenol ready. These short term effects are much better than the alternative.” The IAFF recognizes that under some circumstances, including sincere religious objections or a bona fide medical reason, fire fighters may object to being vaccinated. These members may be able to obtain an exemption or reasonable accommodation from their fire departments. The IAFF recommends the following guidelines from the NFPA 1581 Standard: • 18.104.22.168* Members who choose to decline immunizations offered
by the department shall be required to sign a written declination. • 22.214.171.124(a) Members who decline immunizations should be counseled by the fire department physician. If the member persists in refusing vaccination, a signed written declination is required • 126.96.36.199.1 The declination shall become part of the member’s confidential health database • 188.8.131.52.2 Members shall be allowed to recant a declination at any time and receive the offered immunizations. While vaccines present minimal side effects, no serious safety or health concerns have been reported at the time this position statement was written. The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are molecular RNA based (not a live virus) and both vaccines have a 95% efficacy rate compared to a 40-60% efficacy rate of the influenza (flu) vaccine and provide antibodies and T-cell immunity against COVID-19.
PFFPNC’s Work Makes Firefighters a Vaccine Priority
PFFPNC began working with Governor Roy Cooper’s staff at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in February 2020 to ensure North Carolina firefighters were a top priority on PPE distribution, firefighter needs, and protocol changes. As COVID-19 vaccine development continued to make progress, including the most recent news that the effectiveness rate is at 90%, PFFPNC began engaging the governor’s staff on treating firefighters and paramedics in the same priority category as hospital nurses and doctors. According to the state’s 140-page plan, entitled North Carolina Interim COVID-19 Vaccination Plan, firefighters and paramedics will get the vaccine first in North Carolina under Priority 1A, which includes healthcare workers and first responders at high risk of exposure to COVID-19 and workers needed for vaccine distribution. “We appreciate Governor Cooper working with PFFPNC to protect firefighters by prioritizing us for COVID-19 vaccines,” said PFFPNC President Scott Mullins, who has participated in multiple meetings since February with Emergency Management Director Mike Sprayberry and others on the governor’s COVID-19 team. Firefighters are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19, because of their vital role in responding to 911 medical calls, triaging patients, and providing emergency medical treatment and transport for ill or injured persons. Protecting firefighters presents unique challenges because of the nature of their first responder work, the frequent need for rapid medical decisionmaking, and emergency interventions with limited information. Pfizer announced this week that it expects to submit an application for what's called emergency use authorization to the Food and Drug Administration "within days” which means distribution may start as early as December. Another drugmaker, Moderna, has also said it aims to submit an application in the coming weeks. It is thought that the general public will not be able to receive a vaccine until the spring or summer of 2021.
Firefighters Get Back to Work in the General Assembly Photos: Top: PFFPNC Political Director Josh Smith met with Representative Mike Clampitt , a Republican from western North Carolina, on firefighter issues in early February. Clampitt is a retired captain at the Charlotte Fire Department. Bottom: PFFPNC Political Director Josh Smith and President Scott Mullins talk with Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger, a Republican, at a GOP fundraiser. Right: PFFPNC Political Director Josh Smith and President Scott Mullins talk with Senators Jim Perry and Vickie Sawyer, both Republicans, about presumptive cancer legislation. The 2021-2022 North Carolina General Assembly gaveled in a new biennium in January and PFFPNC is taking an aggressive legislate agenda, that includes presumptive cancer legislation, separation allowance, and increasing the number of cancers covered by the line-of-duty-death. . The new session comes on the heels of a 2019-2020
legislative session in which the North Carolina House easily passed Firefighters Fighting Cancer Act (HB520), Parity for First Responders (HB278) and Provide WC for PTSD in First Responders (HB622) in the April 2019 only to see the bills parked in the Senate Rules Committee for a second consecutive session never to budge. PFFPNC President Scott Mullins said he has gotten commitments from the North Carolina Senate that this legislative session is going to be different on presumptive cancer. “The Senate has been candid with us — they philosophically disagree with our legislation when we include workers compensation in our bills,” said President Mullins. “We are working with the Senate and our friends in the House to address workers compensation concerns.” Mullins said other IAFF affiliates, particularly in the southeast, have enacted presumptive cancer and not used the workers
compensation system in their legislation. PFFPNC Political Director Josh Smith points to South Carolina, the 49th state to offer presumptive cancer legislation to firefighters leaving North Carolina alone as the only state to without it. “South Carolina modeled their legislation in part off of Florida’s legislation and chose not to include workers compensation,” said Smith. Instead the bill includes reimbursing a firefighter, including volunteers and forestry firefighters, up to $12,000 a year for out of pocket medical expenses, an up front payment of $20,000 upon diagnosis, and a $75,000 death benefit. (North Carolina provides a $100,000 death benefit for certain
firefighter cancers.) The bill passed the SC House 108-1 after the Senate passed the legislation earlier in the session. Both chambers are led by Republican majorities. Subscribe to PFFPNC’s enewsletters to stay up-to-date on this developing story.
Another North Carolina firefighter died from occupational cancer this week. Ramziddin ElAmin, a 21-year veteran of the Greensboro Fire Department and a proud member of the Professional Fire Fighters of Greensboro/Local 947, died on January 3. He was 48 years old and was diagnosed with Stage 3 Lymphoma in August.
El-Amin was assigned to Engine 19 on B-Shift. In August, he was diagnosed with Stage 3 Lymphoma. Since that time, he battled courageously against the cancer, but succumbed this week in the ICU at Chapel Hill.
PFFPNC President Scott Mullins said El-Amin’s death is a reminder that occupational cancers kill more firefighters every year than fires, and that North Carolina is the only state left in the country without presumptive coverage for those fighting the disease.
“El-Amin’s death is in a long line of North Carolina firefighters we lay to rest every year, and PFFPNC will continue to fight for this profession in his name and in his memory,” said Mullins. “ElAmin, like every firefighter who is diagnosed with cancer, deserves the tools to fight this horrible disease. And in death, their families deserve more.”
According to the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, a firefighter is 1.51 times at a greater risk of a lymphoma diagnosis than the general population. NIOSH also reports that firefighters stand a 9% greater chance of being diagnosed with cancer and 14% greater chance of dying of cancer than the average person.
Funeral Services for El-Amin will be held on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at 12:00 pm in the Cape Fear Conference B, Headquarters. Burial will follow in Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery. There will be a viewing on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 from 11:00am to 12:00 pm at Cape Fear Conference B Headquarters.
DC NEWS President Joe Biden repealed three executive orders that limited collective bargaining and union time for federal fire fighters, and eliminated progressive discipline:
• Executive Order 13836 of May 25, 2018 (Developing Efficient, Effective, and Cost-Reducing Approaches to Federal Sector Collective Bargaining) • Executive Order 13837 of May 25, 2018 (Ensuring Transparency, Accountability, and Efficiency in Taxpayer-Funded Union Time Use) • Executive Order 13839 of May 25, 2018 (Promoting Accountability and Streamlining Removal Procedures Consistent with Merit System Principles Biden’s executive order also instructs agencies to engage in collective bargaining with federal employees and eliminates Schedule F, which threatened protections of career employees. On January 20, 2021, President Biden directed federal agencies to review and take appropriate action to address regulations that are harmful to the public health. Included in the list of regulations to be reviewed are a number of regulations related to toxic flame retardants — regulations that the IAFF opposed because they did not fully take the health and safety of fire fighters and their unique exposure to such chemicals into account. Also subject to review is a regulation governing the transportation of liquefied natural gas by rail, which the IAFF also opposed as it put the safety of fire fighters and the public at risk. On January 20 and January 21, 2021, President Biden signed a series of executive orders that will provide fire fighters with additional resources and protections as we continue to serve on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. Biden also fired the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) general counsel, Peter Robb, who carried out the Trump administration’s anti-worker, antiunion policies. Biden will need to nominate a replacement for this position responsible for prosecuting cases in front of the NLRB. Meanwhile, Biden has already nominated Boston Mayor Marty Walsh — a long-time advocate of fire fighters and organized labor — to serve as Secretary of Labor.
PFFPNC Working with Chiefs and Volunteers in 2021 to Enact Good Public Policy
Today marks 2 years since the loss of Asheville firefighter Karen “Skippy” Shuart, who succumbed to occupational cancer at age 58. Shuart died in January 2019 after being diagnosed with Stage IV ovarian cancer. Shuart began her career with the Asheville Fire Department in 1994 and served her community for 25 years. As a dedicated member, Karen moved through the ranks during her tenure from firefighter, to engineer, to assistant fire marshal. “We wish we could say that we have seen progress in terms of presumptive cancer coverage for firefighters in NC since Karen’s death, but we haven’t,” said Asheville Fire Fighters Association President Scott Mullins. “Instead we have seen legislation that would provide these protections flounder in the NC General Assembly.” North Carolina now holds the dubious claim of being the only state in the nation without any sort of presumptive cancer law for firefighters while continuing to battle occupational cancer at alarming rates. In September 2019, the North Carolina Industrial Commission ruled Shuart’s death as a line of duty death. The ruling validated the growing crisis of the increase in cancer among firefighters, which is now the leading cause of death. The International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) velds its annual Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial Remembrance on September 19, 2020. The names of 245 firefighters and emergency medical personnel who died in the line of duty were etched onto the Wall of Honor at Memorial Park in Colorado Springs, Colorado. “The International Association of Fire Fighters remains committed to honoring our fallen firefighters and making sure their families know their loved ones will never be forgotten,” says IAFF General President Harold Schaitberger. “Though we are unable to hold our beautiful ceremony in person, the IAFF will still pause to honor our brothers and sisters who lost their lives in the line of duty.”
Working Together PFFPNC has been in formal meetings with leaders from the NC State Firefighters Association and the NC Association of Fire Chiefs over the last year to discuss legislative priorities and strategies for enacting profire service legislation in the 2021 General Assembly session. PFFPNC President Scott Mullins, Political Director Josh Smith, and DVP Ben Bobzien participated in a joint virtual meeting on Tuesday to discuss those legislative priorities, which includes support for presumptive cancer legislation, separation allowance, and including more cancers in the Line of Duty Death benefit. “PFFPNC looks forward to a more coordinated effort in the coming session among these groups as we all work to advance the fire service and the profession of firefighting,” said Mullins. “PFFPNC is pushing these ally organizations to coordinate conversations with legislators, to make joint asks when possible, and to use unified messaging on our bills.” Joint meetings will continue throughout the 2021 session.
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The IAFF and FCSN’s first Fire Fighter Cancer Awareness Month has ended, but our work is far from over. We encourage those who were not able to commit to safety stand downs in the month of January to schedule one (or more). To further solidify your ongoing commitment to the prevention of fire fighter occupational cancer, we invite you to sign the online pledge and encourage you to use the Reason for Signing section to honor those we have lost to – or are currently fighting – occupational cancer. Use the I Took the Pledge Photo as your Facebook profile picture or as a post on instagram or Twitter with the link to our pledge site (and the hashtag #FightFFCancer) to encourage others to sign the pledge!
Our fifth annual coat fundraiser has been a huge success! Firefighters have been able to get coats out early while dealing with remote learning schedules. So far this year we provided 200 new coats to our local children throughout Catawba County in need during these trying times. As an organization, we are excited to show these children warmth and support during this winter season! President John Warren (Left) pictured with teachers at Southwest Primary School in Newton
For the children, Hickory Fire Fighters were able to donate over 2,000 fire safety activity for the fifth consecutive year to all three school systems in Catawba County! IAFF Local 2653 members met with all three NCAE presidents for Hickory, Newton-Conover, & Catawba School Systems to distribute them to all the 3rd graders. We typically deliver them, but due to Covid-19 we have received assistance from the teachers to distribute. These books assist educators instill the importance of fire safety in young children and hopefully make the difference in life and death should a fire occur in their home. We are looking forward to working with the teachers again in the future!
The drawing for the raffle benefiting AFD Assistant Fire Marshal Dewayne Fender was held this afternoon at the AFFA Camp, and the winner is Randy Davis with winning ticket number 9672179! Because of the tremendous generosity of so many of you and countless others in our community, across North Carolina, and even across the US, we were able to raise $27,000 for our brother! Your support makes it easier for Dewayne to focus on fighting this cancer, and able to spend less time worrying about co-pays, travel expenses, and other financial issues related to his treatment. We apologize for the technical difficulties and inability to live stream the drawing this afternoon. We gave it our best shot, but service is lacking at our Camp and in the end that couldn’t be overcome. This event defied our wildest expectation, and we thank each and every one of you from the bottom of our hearts for what you have done for Dewayne and his family!
Members of IAFF Local 4866 responded to Keever Farms to battle this large barn fire in November 2020
Please keep our Brother and Sister Officers of the Concord Police Department in your thoughts and prayers as they cope with the loss of one of their own in the Line of Duty last night. CPD has some of the more caring and compassionate officers in the country and this news is truly heartbreaking. Please pray for the family of the fallen officer, as well as the recovery of the injured officer.
God Speed Officer and Rest Easy
The Winston-Salem Professional Fire Fighter's Association partnered with Latino Community Services to identify kids within the community that needed warm coats this winter. Today, families circled the Winston-Salem Prof Fire Fighter's Union Hall to pick up their brand-new coats purchased through the fundraising efforts of WSPFFA.
President David Pollard assists a child from the community zip up his brand-new warm winter coat that was provided to him by Local 682
The Following Business and Professional Friends Pay Special Tribute to Our Firefighters for Keeping Our Community Safe CB LEE AND COMPANY 919-851-2540 4617 WESTERN BLVD RALEIGH, NC 27606
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CUSTOM PAINTING & REMODELING 919-601-5500 106 KINGSMILL ROAD CARY, NC 27511
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Firefighters in Asheville were involved in a serious accident over the weekend on I-26 while returning from a call. There was a large piece of furniture in the middle of the highway and the road conditions were icy. We are relieved to report that all crew members were checked out at the hospital, released, and are home.
The Following Business and Professional Friends Pay Special Tribute to Our Firefighters for Keeping Our Community Safe
QUEST MARTIAL ARTS 10760 WAKEFIELD COMMONS DR. 919-253-1457 RALEIGH, NC 27614
JORDAN PRICE 919-828-2501 1951 CLARCK AVE RALEIGH, NC 27605
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ENGINEERED DESIGNS 919-307-4846 1151 SE CARY PKWY #200 CARY, NC 27518
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METRO TITLE COMPANY 919-833-1284 726 N BLOUNT STREET RALEIGH, NC 27604
HIPP ENGINEERING 919-755-1033 2301 ROXWOOD DRIVE RALEIGH, NC 27607
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DORI CONCRETE SAWING 919-931-6602 421 RALEIGH VIEW ROAD RALEIGH, NC 27610
CONSOLIDATED LAUNDRY 919-614-7293 530 MAYWOOD AVE RALEIGH, NC 27603
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FAR PACKAGING COMPANY 919-552-2422 2905 AIR PARK ROAD FUQUAY FARINA, NC 27526
RH CPA’S 919-832-6848 4515BFALLS OF NUESE RD RALEIGH, NC 27609
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TRIANGLE CHIRROPRACTIC 919-678-0535 1129 LIPPINCOTT ROAD DURHAM, NC 27703
KREEPERS N KRAWLERS DAYCARE 919-255-3418 2733 COMMUNITY DRIVE RALEIGH, NC 27610
JANSEN’S ELECTRICAL 919-915-3047 2559 US HWY 15 CREEDMOOR, NC 27522
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DAVE JORDAN AUTO 919-552-5600 622 JACKSON RD FUQUAY VARINA, NC 27526
LARRY BISSETTE ROOFING 919-773-2140 8012 DIRT ROAD APEX, NC 27539
OLIVER CLASSMAN LLC 252-527-7007 601 WAKE AVE KINSTON, NC 28504
CAROLINA CUSTOM KITCHEN 919-363-6990 123 N. SALEM STREET APEX, NC 27502
SIENKWICZ CONTRACTING 919-422-9601 5322 ROBBINS DRIVE RALEIGH, NC 27610
ADAMS CARPET ONE 252-291-4900 4006 NASH ST WILSON, NC 27896
SATTERWHITE FINANCIAL 919-630-7443 104 WIND CHIME CT RALEIGH, NC 27615
PLM EQUIPMENT SERVICES 919-233-2231 212 POWELL DRIVE RALEIGH, NC 27606
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COSTA ROOFING 919-291-7078 531 PIERCE ROAD GARNER, NC 27529
PERFECT CARPETING 919-605-8091 101 BROOKRIDGE DRIVE CARY, NC 27516
DRYER VENT WIZARD 252-469-3680 3004 LANSDOWN DR TARBORO, NC 27886
GARNER-MARSH GAS EQUIPMENT 919-787-8214 8209 BROWNLEIGH DR RALEIGH, NC 27617
RIVE & ASSOCIATES 919-832-6848 4515 FALLS OF NUESE RD RALEIGH, NC 27609
NORTHEAST DISTRIBUTORS 252-335-1844 PO VOX 381 ELIZABETH CITY, NC 27907
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BRANDI K. PHOTOGRAPHY 919-772-2040 3047 JACKSON-KING RD WILLOW SPRING, NC 27592
CONSTRUCT 252-246-0639 1514 CARGILL AVE S. WILSON, NC 27893
BARTELS MEDICAL ASSOCIATES 919-233-6644 204 ASHEVILLE AVE #60 CRY, NC 27518
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The Following Business and Professional Friends Pay Special Tribute to Our Firefighters for Keeping Our Community Safe
GARRETT TRUCKING COMPANY 910-488-2115 1701 ELLIOTT FARM RD FAYETTEVILLE, NC 28311
DIAMOND NAILS 910-686-4466 8207 MARKET STREET WILMINGTON, NC 28411
PROFESSIONAL CARPET CARE 910-868-2568 PO BOX 43224 FAYETTEVILLE, NC 28309
CUMBERLAND INSULATION 910-484-718 4205 CLINTON ROAD FAYETTEVILLE, NC 28312
ALBANY TOOLS 910-352-4085 315 VAN DYKE DRIVE WILMINGTON, NC 28405
ALL AMERICAN GENERAL CONTRACTOR 910-354-9539 FAYETTEVILLE, NC 28308
GOLDEN SANDS MOTEL 910-458-8334 1211 S PARK LAKE BLVD CAROLINA BEACH 28428
CAROLINA GIRLS GRILL & CAFÉ 910-251-8004 2535 CASTLE HAYNE RD WILMINGTON, NC 28401
NAIL COLOR 910-452-1050 6620 GORDON RD WILMINGTON, NC 28411
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DISCOVERY DENTAL LAB 910-399-5810 1501 WELLINGTON AVE WILMINGTON, NC 28401
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MAJOR FURNITURE & APPLIANCES 910-353-3132 2129 LEJUNE BLVD JACKSONVILLE, NC 28546
MAGIC’S CARPET SERVICE 910-670-8862 4029 MURCHERSON ROAD FAYETTEVILLE, NC 28311
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TREMEMBO ANIMAL PARK 910-443-2708 5813 CAROLINA BEACH RD WILMINGTON, NC 28412
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