FCCJ SAFETY AND SECURITY PROCESS TEAM SSPT April Meeting by sarahmccarthy

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									                     FCCJ SAFETY AND SECURITY PROCESS TEAM (SSPT)
                               April 15, 2004 Meeting Minutes


Attendees:       Jo Vosefski, Process Owner             Larry Snell, Purchasing
                 Lynn Mobley, DAS-Downtown              Cay Gasque, DAS-Kent
                 Cathy Horn, DAS – South                Fred Culvyhouse, DAS – Open Campus
                 Patty Adeeb, Deerwood                  J.B. Renninger, Cecil Field
                 Capt. Davidson, South                  Capt. Short, North
                 Capt. Barry Allender                   Capt. Herman Springs
                 Lou Herman, Deerwood                   Feliche Mucciolo
                 Randy Harden, Nassau                   Michael Pindell


Cc:              Chuck Stratmann, Facilities            Steve Bowers, Admin. & Business Services
                 Sgt. Nick Williams, Deerwood           Jerry Saffell, Downtown
                 Jack Brede, Facilities                 Richard Dowling, South
                 Marc Pica, Kent                        Janis Cooper, Resource



Discussion


Ms. Vosefski welcomed members to the April 15, 2004 Safety and Security Process Team
(SSPT) meeting. Attachments provided to SSPT members at the February 19, 2004 meeting
were:
   • (#A) FCCJ Safety and Security Process Team (SSPT) February 19, 2004 meeting
      minutes.
   • (#K) Bloodborne Pathogens Board Rule.
   • (#K) Bloodborne Pathogens Administrative Procedure Manual.
   • (#K) Desktop Procedure 502 Bloodborne Pathogens.

      A. Michael Pindell introduced Captain Tison who is a member of the Jacksonville Fire and
         Rescue. Captain Tison stated that the AED has been around for five to six years and
         has revolutionized pre hospital cardiac arrest. They are becoming more and more
         popular and more available to the general public. The defibrillator Capt. Tison used was
         developed by the American Heart Association and referred to as the change of survival.
         Four important links to the chain of survival starts with early notification. The second link
         is early CPR; the third link is early defibrillation and the link we will talk about at the
         meeting. Traditional when we talk about early defibrillation it was only available when
         the emergency responder arrived on the scene. In many cases this is not soon enough
         for a patient to stand a chance of survival. The sooner the patient is defibrillated the
         better their chance of survival. Lay people can be trained to use the defibrillator. The
         final link is early advanced like support treatment. The single most link is the early
         defibrillation. The AED has revolutionized things because in the past in order to
         determine if a patient is in shock able rhythm you had to be trained to read EKG’s and
         you had to have an EKG monitor there to hook to the patient and read it. AED will tell a
         lay person if a patient is in shock able rhythm or not. The AED does all the hard work
         the human only have to put the pads on the patient, turn on the machine and push a
         button when the machine said the patient is in shock able rhythm and if the patient does
         not respond to the shock then they need to perform CPR. A prescription is required for
         an AED. Capt. Tison passed out some literature on City Ordinance that regulate the
    AED and it require that you notify Fire Rescue that you have an AED and he passed out
    a copy of the Florida State Statutes that deals with AED. You must notify Chief
    Moreland of the location of the AED’s.

    Action: Jo Vosefski                                  Due Date: June 17, 2004

B. Ms. Vosefski distributed copies of the “DRAFT” February 19, 2004 SSPT meeting
   minutes which were reviewed and approved.

    Action: SSPT                                         Due Date: June 17, 2004

C. Mr. Snell gave an update on the status of the Security and Safety APM’s and desktop
   procedure. The cabinet has approved the desktop procedure and three APM’s relative
   to Security which includes Bomb Threat, Use of Force and Parking and Towing APM.
   They have been transmitted for the President signature. Signature is only for APM’s not
   desktop procedure which we do not want on the web. From last meeting identify
   additional statute that will go to Cathy Horn for inclusion in a printable document. Mr.
   Snell to provide a starting list of statutes for desktop procedure. DAS’s and Captains to
   identify the appropriate APM.

    Action: Larry Snell                                  Due Date: June 17, 2004

D. Cay stated that there is a lot of standard in the publishing industry that will give you a
   way to update pagination in a series publication. We do not have to eliminate pagination
   all together to get what we want all we have to do is use one of the examples of way to
   do and she gave an example in an email. Cay stated that we should have page
   numbering. Cay, Mr. Snell and Debbie will come up with an idea that meet everyone
   needs.

    Action: Snell/Gasque                                 Due Date: June 17, 2004

E. Mr. Snell stated that no instructor have been identified to teach these classes and that
   we need to identify training resources. Mr. Snell stated that Stephanie had offered to
   help. Mr. Snell suggests that maybe Open Campus has some adjuncts that would be
   willing to teach some classes. We will have to work with Mr. Joe Joseph to identify
   resources. Mr. Snell asked the committee if they had some faculty they would like to
   recommend to take on some of the chapter with asterisk.

    Action: Larry Snell                                  Due Date: June 17, 2004

F. Same as E.

    Action: Larry Snell                                  Due Date: June 17, 2004

G. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

    Action: Larry Snell/Jo Vosefski                      Due Date: June 17, 2004

H. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

    Action: Arab/Snell/Vosefski                          Due Date: June 17, 2004
I. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

   Action: Snell/Springs                         Due Date: June 17, 2004

J. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

   Action: Larry Snell                           Due Date: June 17, 2004

K. Board Rule was approved. APM was approved with changes by Cay. Desktop
   procedure was approved with changes by Cay.

   Action: Jo Vosefski                           Due Date: June 17, 2004

L. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

   Action: Michael Pindell                       Due Date: June 17, 2004

M. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

   Action: Mucciolo/DAS                          Due Date: June 17, 2004

N. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

   Action: Snell /Mobley                         Due Date: June 17, 2004

O. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

   Action: Pindell/Mucciolo                      Due Date: June 17, 2004

P. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

   Action: Larry Snell                           Due Date: June 17, 2004

Q. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

   Action: Snell/Captains                        Due Date: June 17, 2004

R. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

   Action: Larry Snell                           Due Date: June 17, 2004

S. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

   Action: Jo Vosefski                           Due Date: June 17, 2004

T. Deferred until June 17, 2004.

   Action: Pindell/Mucciolo                      Due Date: June 17, 2004

								
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