Fire Dept. critics call for 24-hour shifts

Block, Cote say change would not jeopardize safety, cut costs while giving firefighters 243 days off

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Should the Warwick Fire Department consider moving to a three-platoon, 24-hour work shift system, similar to what East Greenwich voted to do on Monday?

Two outspoken fire department critics Rob Cote and Ken Block, former Republican gubernatorial candidate and chairman of Watchdog RI – are convinced that should be the case, and they are in the midst of a large-scale, data-centric effort to support their position.

Working together on data derived from fire department accountability sheets – which catalogue shifts worked by firefighters – that Cote began to collect through APRA requests a year ago, Block is convinced that changing the shift system could result in huge cost savings for the city, including significant reductions to the amount of overtime necessary to cover four platoons.

The current four-shift system operates on a 48-hour schedule in which firefighters work two consecutive 10-hour day shifts from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. followed by two consecutive 14-hour night shifts from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. They then get four days off before repeating the cycle.

Under a proposed three-platoon system, firefighters in each platoon would work one 24-hour shift and then take the next 48 hours off and repeat. Cote and Block assert that a three-platoon system would immediately require 25 percent fewer firefighters, which would still leave room for cost-saving reductions in personnel even after accounting for keeping floaters on staff to cover overtime necessities as those situations arise.

Even further, Block asserts that Warwick is essentially already utilizing a 24-hour shift schedule and accruing large amounts of overtime as a result.

Data that he has digitized from the accountability sheets gathered by Cote revealed that, between July 1, 2016 and May 31, 2017, there were a total of 1,754 shifts worked that were at least 24 hours in duration. In total, 219 firefighters in the department worked at least one 24-hour shift, 52 worked at least one 48-hour shift, seven firefighters worked at least one shift of 60 hours and one firefighter appears to have worked for 96 hours consecutively from Sept. 27 to Sept. 30 in 2016.

“What has happened here proves that we’re already working pretty much on a 24-hour shift schedule, so Warwick should be aggressively moving to go with a 24-hour on, 48-hour off schedule,” Block said on Tuesday. “Because if they did that they could nuke all the overtime they’re suffering right now.”

The actual amount of money spent on overtime for the current fiscal year (which ends on June 30) could not be immediately provided by Marcel Fontenault, who has assumed the role of acting chief after James McLaughlin retired earlier this month, along with fellow assistant chief Edward Hannon.

However, in the city’s proposed FY19 budget it is projected the department will expend a total of $1,729,049 on overtime, which would be nearly $1,130,000 over their allotted overtime budget for FY18 of $600,000. Comparatively, while the number is high due to a significant reduction in their overtime budget from past years, the department also overspent on overtime by $293,703 in FY16 and $119,289 in FY17.

Adding to Cote’s frustrations with the department is the fact that the department had its overtime budget reduced to $600,000 in FY18, in part, due to the department bringing on a full class of 24 recruits in February of 2017, despite only needing to fill 16 vacancies. Then Chief McLaughlin said at the time, in agreement with former Mayor Scott Avedisian, that the move would drastically cut overtime costs. However, as illustrated above, the figures tell a different story.

Central to the problem, Block and Cote claim, is that under the current system firefighters are able to voluntarily pick up an available second consecutive shift, or swap shifts with another firefighter, in order to work a full 24 hours, and that second consecutive shift is compensated at overtime rates of 1.5 times normal pay.

Fontenault responded to inquiries on Wednesday, saying that the department has never considered moving to a three-platoon system but that the fire union could negotiate in that direction if they felt so inclined, as they are currently negotiating with the city for a successor collective bargaining agreement.

Fontenault said that a mandatory 24-hour shift system would be unfair to firefighters, as they would be forced to work significantly more hours in a year without being compensated for it. Under the current system, firefighters work approximately 2,190 hours not including vacation or sick time. Under a 24-hour system, they would indeed work significantly more – about 2,920 hours.

However, Block asserts that this equation isn’t factoring in sleeping hours. Firefighters are allowed to sleep from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m., according to Fontenault. Block maintains, for the sake of debate, if a firefighter gets an average of six hours of sleep during their 14-hour night shifts, this would calculate to 547.5 hours spent asleep during a year – or about 1,640 actual hours worked a year. With an average of six sleeping hours accounted for in a 24-hour system, firefighters would work about 2,190 hours.

Block further asserts that a 24-hour system, while requiring more hours to be worked by firefighters, would significantly increase their amount of time off. Under the current system, firefighters get about 182 days off. Under a 24-hour on, 48-hour off shift system, that increases to 243 days off a year, not including vacation and sick days, to compensate for the longer hours.

In cases where a firefighter has taken a second consecutive shift at overtime rates, which occurs in a majority of the cases outlined in the data cataloging 24-hour or longer shifts, Block poised the question, “Should we be paying a lot of overtime for time spent asleep?”

In response to the numbers that show that nearly all firefighters in the department had worked at least one 24-hour shift from July 2016 to May 2017 Fontenault said, “It does happen. But it's their choice. If they feel they're fatigued and need to go home, they can go home [and not pick up another shift].”

Fontenault said that a mandated 24-hour shift system would arise possible issues from fatigue-related injuries on the job, as there is no way to guarantee or predict how busy any given day and night might be, especially on Rescue 1, which he claimed is the busiest rescue apparatus in the state.

But Block isn’t buying this line of reasoning either as he believes that Warwick is not inordinately inundated with calls at night and that the high occurrences of 24-hour shifts already being worked indicates the safety of such shifts is not of true concern to the department.

“My challenge back would be how many nighttime calls do you get and at which station, how much sleep are they getting?” he said on Wednesday. “There is no way a firefighter is up for 24 hours straight. It might happen occasionally, but those are exceptions, not the rule.”

Block and Cote have cryptically made it clear that there is more data to be revealed in the near future, specifically related to the department’s change of shift, sick time and vacation time practices.

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Warwick Man

There are many outright lies, but the one that stands out is the claim that picking up shift or swapping is paid at time and a half.... FALSE FALSE FALSE.... it’s not paid at all it’s free. DOES NOT COST THE CITY A DIME. These two idiots would like you to believe otherwise.

Thursday, May 17
Warwickcitizen

Here we go again What happened to last study that Block did,it was proven false. Now he teams up with a total Buffon who has no idea what he is talking about.

3 platoon systems do not work, yea they might popular in right to work State’s ,its not safe for the firefighter as well as the public, rob cote needs to go crawl back into the hole he came from. Cote you should be happy now your guy is Mayor

Thursday, May 17
richardcorrente

My grandfather used to always say "Consider the source."

Rob Cote was a scuba diver instructor. He owned Captain Rob Cote's Pro Divers, Inc. and according to the Secretary of States web site he failed to submit his required Annual Report in 1996,1998, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, and 2013.He has since closed the business. He's been charged with making harassing phone calls and he was arrested for illegally disposing gasoline into his septic system. A neighbor to his business heard an explosion and observed smoke and called the Warwick Fire Department who extinguished the fire and Cote was arrested. Their investigation found "at least 20 and as much as 30 gallons of gasoline in the septic system." That gasoline would have leeched into our water system if Cote hadn't been caught.

In June 2012 he announced that he was "moving out of the City", but went back on that promise.

He submitted a proposal to the City of Warwick to scuba-train a group of Warwick Firefighters. They denied his proposal and got the needed training for about 5% of what Cote wanted to charge. He's been a vicious critic of the Warwick Fire Department ever since. Is this Cote seeking revenge for not receiving his excessively inflated scuba-training proposal? OR is he angry because he got arrested when he got caught poisoning our water supply? Or is it both. In either event, he HATES the Warwick Fire Department.

He was also an opponent of the car tax. I was too. In fact, I spoke at the podium here in Warwick as well as the State House on several occasions, standing right next to Cote. Then, he switched gears. Instead of fighting against the tax itself, he decided to begin a new fight against the way Warwick was setting the value of the cars. From that day on, I no longer supported him. And from that day on, he became my greatest critic too, stealing my signs, lying about me and passing out fliers filled with non-existent "data". When you think of it ...How could I have a license to broker mortgages, drive a registered car today, or not be sued by the City of Warwick for non-payment of taxes if Cote was right about ANY of those accusations. The fact is, he's a liar. The fact is he's a thief.

My grandfather was right. Consider the source.

Happy Spring everyone.

Rick Corrente

The Taxpayers Mayor

Thursday, May 17
TermLimits

@RichardCorrente, Democrat candidate for Mayor of Warwick. How low can one go and stoop so low as to pander to the Warwick unions. Richard was it Bill Lloyd or James McLaughlin that gave you this garbage to post on the Warwick Beacon? The facts are these Richard, you call yourself the "Cut taxes cut Spending" Mayoral candidate, but yet, you have called for salary increases continuously for the unions, ie; teachers and Fire Dept. You have even praised School Committee member Karen Bachus for voting against teacher layoffs and yet the School student population has been consistently decreasing year over year over year. The School dept is asking for about an $8million spending increase this year, which is approx. the max tax increase the City can generate per year. Yet, u\you haven't told us yet Richard how you plan on cutting taxes and spending when you do nothing but kiss the behinds of the unions. You have never once asked that teacher salaries should be tied to student performance. Still haven't touched the City side of business yet. When have you ever advocated for cutting anything in order to reduce tax increases? Never. Approx 85-90% of the Warwick city budget goes to employee salary and benefit expenditures. The only reason why your candidacy's head is barely above water is because people have tuned you out and think you are a joke. It's actually an advantage to the new Mayor Joe Solomon that you are the Democrat candidate who will primary him. You are the perfect example of what people DO NOT WANT as Mayor or any political candidate running for any other office. You also intentionally mislead the public when YOU state you have been responsible with your own personal finances. Public documents show this not to be true. All anyone has to do is their homework on you and they'll know just how dishonest you truly are. You're as entertaining as a clown at the circus.

Thursday, May 17
Scal1024

Warwick Man, I'm interested in hearing your side on this. When you say swapping doesn't cost anything...I am asking (not claiming I know this answer) but swapping would also mean that vacation & sick time are not being used either. Do I have that correct? When checks are cut for the remaining sick time left on the books how would that not cost anything? I have nothing but respect and admiration for the job you all do so I'd like to hear your side before making a judgement. My concern is pensions and benefits across the entire city, not just WPD over the long term. If nothing is ever done then we could be in trouble in 20-30 years. Anyone with kids has to be even the slightest concern. I want to stay here my entire life. If there is never a course correction my fear is that at some point it just becomes unsustainable.

Next seperate from the WPD we move on to the Village Idiot Corrente. You are nothing but a lying, pandering, tax delinquent who doesn't have ANY clue about the car tax, sales tax, income tax or thumb tacs. In fact, you even struggle with paying your own taxes on time. This of course is why the landlord of your current campaign headquarters (where your campaign is currently staying rent free) paid your back taxes for you. You should leave the important conversations up to the responsible adults. We don't need a lecture from the deadbeat tax delinquent, who couldn't even level with the taxpayers about his own foreclosure and eviction. Imagine a mortgage guy having his own home foreclosed on and having to be evicted then running for Mayor. We can't afford to have City Hall repossessed and sold back to the bank. Rick still can't name a line item you'd cut or come up with ANY cost estimates for all of your SPENDING PROPOSALS. Until then you're not a serious candidate.

One more thing Rick...you often refer to this wave of support you've recieved since the last election. How come no one ever comes to your defense? Where are these Corrente supporters? Theres so many of them, isn't there? Just another lie by the Tax Avoiders Mayor

Thursday, May 17
Scal1024

*WFD* My mistake. Not sure how I screwed that up the entire article.

Thursday, May 17
Warwick Man

You are correct, vacation time and sick time aren’t used when a “swap” is used. Vacation time cannot just be used when you want. There is a system in place once a year to pick your vacations by seniority. Meaning if you have less than 5-8 years on the job your not getting a vacation in the summer. So how would you get the time off to attend a wedding, graduation, child birth, etc... you certainly can’t use sick time. Sick time is for when your sick. “Swaps” cost the city zero dollars.

Thursday, May 17
Thecaptain

For the first time I can say Rick Corrente is correct - CONSIDER THE SOURCE !!

1. Annual reports to the SOS - Its called late fillings Rick, common across all industries , especially when you are a 1 man operation.

2. Keep trying to play on the gas thing (brought about by the fire dept. Guess you missed this article (no charges ever filed by the way)

WARWICK BEACON, Thursday, December 17, 1998 Pg. 13

Cote cleared in gas-dumping charge

Robert Cote, the owner of Pro-divers, Inc. on 2442 West Shore Rd., has been cleared of charges that he dumped 30 gallons of gasoline into his septic tank.

A statewide grand jury ruled that there wasn’t enough evidence to charge Cote for the alleged crime. On April 30 this year, a fire started in a sink at the shop. Cote said he was outside tying to get a small boat to start and he suspected that there was water in the gasoline. Cote said he took a small container of the fuel into his shop to investigate, and upon walking in saw that he had a customer. He placed the container in a sink near a hot water tank.

Cote said the tank has a pilot light, and that must have been what ignited the fuel in the sink. Cote said he and two customers were able to put the fire out.

“We put the fire out. It took about 30 seconds”, Cote stated.

Then the fire department arrived. An inspector said he smelled gasoline, and the Department of Environmental Management was called in.

“The only damage that occurred was when the DEM came in with a Sawzall,” Cote said. The DEM ripped out the pipes that they thought could be used as evidence against Cote to prove he had dumped up to 30 gallons of gasoline down his drain.

Cote noted that the boat he was working on could not carry 30 gallons of gasoline, and also that 30 gallons of gasoline would weigh about 260 pounds – more weight than he could easily carry back to his shop.

3. Since when does a statement on a talk show that indicates "i am looking for opportunities out of RI indicate that "I promised to move out of the city" DOPE !

4. Since your comment on submitting a proposal to train scuba divers is so ridiculous, ignorant, and without merit, not withstanding laughable, I wont even address that, as it comes from a pissed of Wareick fire fighter, "StevieD".

5. Your statement on the car tax issue exemplifies not only your ignorance, but your ineptness. To clarify - You came to 1 meeting at the statehouse and sat net to me as I gave a presentation. When they asked you to speak, you made a one sentence statement and I quote " RI collects taxes like another organization that i know of, they are called the Mafia". With that humiliating statement, I never associated with you again.

6. There were 2 issues of the car tax:

1. The local issue of the reduction of the $6000 exemption, and

2. The need to change the valuation from full clean retail to average trade in value.

I spent $10,000 getting the state wide attention of the issue. Without me, nothing would ever have been done. If it was up to you, well we know what would have happened. That being said, it was my efforts alone that increased the exemption in Warwick which as of July 2018 has returned 11 million dollars back to the most vulnerable of taxpayers in the city. That is fact that can be substantiate. While I was spending my money to put forth a message to protect the vulnerable, and save the taxpayers money, you were squatting at 177 Grand View Ave, not paying taxes, not paying utilities, and not paying your mortgage.

So, nice try yesterday calling into the Dan Yorke show disguising your self as the guy from Riverside to try to disparage me. You were hung up on and ignored , just as everyone in Warwick does to you.

Oh, one other thing Rick, how come none of the main stream media gives you 1 second of time? Seems that they have a bit more respect for my credibility. Just watch the news this week.

Thursday, May 17
Thecaptain

Warwick man,

The accountability sheets show that 100% of all shifts picked up due to vacation time, sick time, IOD time, are all covered at OT.

Tune in ,more to come this week.

Thursday, May 17
Thecaptain

Warwick man,

The party is over. get ready for a hair cut.

Thursday, May 17
Thecaptain

By the way, we did a survey in Uganda where the Ebola virus is spreading like wildfire. The only place on Earth that has more sick days than Uganda is the Warwick Fire Dept. Take a look at the virus colony.

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

AGAJANIAN JONATHAN 8/29/2016 18:00 D

AGAJANIAN JONATHAN 12/1/2016 08:00 D

AGAJANIAN JONATHAN 12/3/2016 18:00 D

AGAJANIAN JONATHAN 5/25/2017 08:00 D

AGAJANIAN JONATHAN 5/25/2017 08:00 D

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ALBRO CHRISTOPHER 5/19/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 7/19/2016 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 8/28/2016 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 11/26/2016 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 1/3/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 1/4/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 1/5/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 1/6/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 1/11/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 1/12/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 1/13/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 1/14/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 2/4/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 2/5/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 2/20/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 2/21/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 2/22/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 2/23/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 3/8/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 3/9/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 3/10/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 3/11/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 3/16/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 3/17/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 3/18/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 3/19/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 4/1/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 4/2/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 4/3/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 4/4/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 4/9/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 4/10/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 4/11/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 4/12/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 4/17/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 4/18/2017 08:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 4/19/2017 18:00 A

ALSFELD EDWARD JR 4/20/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 37

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ALSFELD WILLIAM 9/16/2016 18:00 A

ALSFELD WILLIAM 10/31/2016 08:00 A

ALSFELD WILLIAM 1/5/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ANDERSEN ERIK 7/8/2016 18:00 B

ANDERSEN ERIK 11/12/2016 18:00 B

ANDERSEN ERIK 1/15/2017 18:00 B

ANDERSEN ERIK 4/29/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ANDERSON BRIAN 7/25/2016 18:00 C

ANDERSON BRIAN 9/17/2016 08:00 C

ANDERSON BRIAN 1/21/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ANDREWS DANIEL 8/7/2016 18:00 A

ANDREWS DANIEL 2/4/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ANDREWS DAVID JR 8/26/2016 08:00 D

ANDREWS DAVID JR 9/30/2016 18:00 D

ANDREWS DAVID JR 3/17/2017 18:00 D

ANDREWS DAVID JR 5/20/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ANDREWS ETHAN 7/6/2016 18:00 A

ANDREWS ETHAN 9/16/2016 18:00 A

ANDREWS ETHAN 4/25/2017 08:00 A

ANDREWS ETHAN 4/26/2017 08:00 A

ANDREWS ETHAN 4/27/2017 18:00 A

ANDREWS ETHAN 4/28/2017 18:00 A

ANDREWS ETHAN 5/3/2017 08:00 A

ANDREWS ETHAN 5/4/2017 08:00 A

ANDREWS ETHAN 5/6/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 9

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ANGILLY DAVID 7/8/2016 18:00 B

ANGILLY DAVID 7/13/2016 08:00 B

ANGILLY DAVID 8/23/2016 08:00 B

ANGILLY DAVID 10/17/2016 08:00 B

ANGILLY DAVID 10/18/2016 08:00 B

ANGILLY DAVID 12/30/2016 18:00 B

ANGILLY DAVID 2/9/2017 18:00 B

ANGILLY DAVID 2/16/2017 18:00 B

ANGILLY DAVID 2/17/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 9

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ANGILLY PETER 10/21/2016 18:00 C

ANGILLY PETER 10/22/2016 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 7/2/2016 18:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 7/15/2016 08:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 8/16/2016 08:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 8/18/2016 18:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 9/1/2016 08:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 9/18/2016 08:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 10/12/2016 08:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 10/14/2016 18:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 11/4/2016 08:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 11/21/2016 08:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 12/23/2016 08:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 2/18/2017 18:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 3/12/2017 08:00 C

ANTHONY MATTHEW JR 4/13/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 14

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ANTONELLI RAYMOND 8/28/2016 18:00 D

ANTONELLI RAYMOND 5/20/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BAILEY WALTER 7/30/2016 08:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 7/31/2016 18:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 8/1/2016 18:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 11/2/2016 08:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 11/4/2016 18:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 12/4/2016 08:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 12/7/2016 18:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 12/13/2016 08:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 12/14/2016 18:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 12/15/2016 18:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 12/21/2016 08:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 12/22/2016 18:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 12/23/2016 18:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 1/5/2017 08:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 1/6/2017 08:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 1/7/2017 18:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 1/8/2017 18:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 1/13/2017 08:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 1/14/2017 08:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 1/15/2017 18:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 1/16/2017 18:00 B

BAILEY WALTER 3/10/2017 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 22

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BARIBAULT TIMOTHY 8/9/2016 18:00 B

BARIBAULT TIMOTHY 11/13/2016 18:00 B

BARIBAULT TIMOTHY 4/29/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BARLOW BRYAN 8/26/2016 08:00 D

BARLOW BRYAN 10/15/2016 18:00 D

BARLOW BRYAN 12/26/2016 18:00 D

BARLOW BRYAN 4/8/2017 08:00 D

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BEDARD TIMOTHY 9/29/2016 18:00 D

BEDARD TIMOTHY 11/6/2016 08:00 D

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BELLAVANCE CODY 8/18/2016 18:00 C

BELLAVANCE CODY 11/21/2016 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BELLAVANCE RICHARD 8/18/2016 18:00 C

BELLAVANCE RICHARD 9/25/2016 08:00 C

BELLAVANCE RICHARD 3/4/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BERTHIAUME TODD 7/15/2016 08:00 C

BERTHIAUME TODD 10/3/2016 08:00 C

BERTHIAUME TODD 10/6/2016 18:00 C

BERTHIAUME TODD 11/6/2016 18:00 C

BERTHIAUME TODD 11/21/2016 08:00 C

BERTHIAUME TODD 4/8/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BINGHAM ROBERT 9/9/2016 08:00 C

BINGHAM ROBERT 9/10/2016 08:00 C

BINGHAM ROBERT 9/11/2016 18:00 C

BINGHAM ROBERT 9/12/2016 18:00 C

BINGHAM ROBERT 9/17/2016 08:00 C

BINGHAM ROBERT 9/18/2016 08:00 C

BINGHAM ROBERT 9/19/2016 18:00 C

BINGHAM ROBERT 9/20/2016 18:00 C

BINGHAM ROBERT 9/25/2016 08:00 C

BINGHAM ROBERT 9/26/2016 08:00 C

BINGHAM ROBERT 9/27/2016 18:00 C

BINGHAM ROBERT 9/28/2016 18:00 C

BINGHAM ROBERT 4/15/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 13

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BOGOSSIAN GERARD 7/29/2016 08:00 B

BOGOSSIAN GERARD 8/17/2016 18:00 B

BOGOSSIAN GERARD 9/10/2016 18:00 B

BOGOSSIAN GERARD 10/17/2016 08:00 B

BOGOSSIAN GERARD 11/21/2016 18:00 B

BOGOSSIAN GERARD 3/28/2017 18:00 B

BOGOSSIAN GERARD 3/29/2017 18:00 B

BOGOSSIAN GERARD 4/27/2017 08:00 B

BOGOSSIAN GERARD 5/16/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 9

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BOULAY KYLE 7/9/2016 18:00 C

BOULAY KYLE 9/27/2016 18:00 C

BOULAY KYLE 12/22/2016 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BOYNTON MICHAEL JR 12/15/2016 18:00 B

BOYNTON MICHAEL JR 5/7/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BOYNTON MICHAEL SR 9/9/2016 18:00 B

BOYNTON MICHAEL SR 11/21/2016 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BRADLEY DANIEL 9/11/2016 08:00 D

BRADLEY DANIEL 5/23/2017 08:00 C

BRADLEY DANIEL 5/24/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BRADLEY THOMAS 9/26/2016 08:00 C

BRADLEY THOMAS 10/29/2016 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BRADY THOMAS 7/23/2016 18:00 B

BRADY THOMAS 8/17/2016 18:00 B

BRADY THOMAS 1/30/2017 08:00 B

BRADY THOMAS 5/8/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BROWN KEITH 8/12/2016 08:00 A

BROWN KEITH 3/18/2017 18:00 A

BROWN KEITH 4/19/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

BRULE ADAM 7/28/2016 08:00 A

BRULE ADAM 9/23/2016 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CABRAL MICHAEL 7/16/2016 08:00 C

CABRAL MICHAEL 8/19/2016 18:00 C

CABRAL MICHAEL 1/15/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CAHOON STEVEN 7/24/2016 18:00 B

CAHOON STEVEN 8/22/2016 08:00 B

CAHOON STEVEN 9/18/2016 18:00 B

CAHOON STEVEN 11/13/2016 18:00 B

CAHOON STEVEN 4/30/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CAMPAGNA VINCENT 9/9/2016 18:00 B

CAMPAGNA VINCENT 11/12/2016 18:00 B

CAMPAGNA VINCENT 12/28/2016 08:00 B

CAMPAGNA VINCENT 1/13/2017 08:00 B

CAMPAGNA VINCENT 1/14/2017 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CAMPBELL JOHN 8/4/2016 08:00 A

CAMPBELL JOHN 10/9/2016 18:00 A

CAMPBELL JOHN 5/14/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CAPWELL SCOTT 8/8/2016 18:00 B

CAPWELL SCOTT 11/2/2016 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CARREIRO MICHAEL 7/30/2016 18:00 A

CARREIRO MICHAEL 8/12/2016 08:00 A

CARREIRO MICHAEL 9/16/2016 18:00 A

CARREIRO MICHAEL 10/7/2016 08:00 A

CARREIRO MICHAEL 1/22/2017 18:00 A

CARREIRO MICHAEL 3/26/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CARVALHO MICHAEL 7/26/2016 08:00 D

CARVALHO MICHAEL 9/5/2016 18:00 D

CARVALHO MICHAEL 4/2/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CEMBOR ROBERT 7/2/2016 18:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 2/24/2017 08:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 2/25/2017 08:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 2/26/2017 18:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 2/27/2017 18:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 4/21/2017 08:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 4/22/2017 08:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 4/23/2017 18:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 4/24/2017 18:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 4/29/2017 08:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 4/30/2017 08:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 5/1/2017 18:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 5/2/2017 18:00 C

CEMBOR ROBERT 5/7/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 14

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CHAMPAGNE STEPHEN 7/30/2016 08:00 B

CHAMPAGNE STEPHEN 11/26/2016 08:00 B

CHAMPAGNE STEPHEN 3/5/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CHARPENTIER JASON 8/5/2016 18:00 D

CHARPENTIER JASON 11/25/2016 18:00 D

CHARPENTIER JASON 12/27/2016 18:00 D

CHARPENTIER JASON 1/27/2017 18:00 D

CHARPENTIER JASON 1/28/2017 18:00 D

CHARPENTIER JASON 5/12/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CIESYNSKI MICHAEL 8/27/2016 18:00 C

CIESYNSKI MICHAEL 10/6/2016 18:00 C

CIESYNSKI MICHAEL 1/7/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CLARK MICHAEL 8/31/2016 18:00 A

CLARK MICHAEL 9/21/2016 08:00 A

CLARK MICHAEL 9/22/2016 08:00 A

CLARK MICHAEL 1/6/2017 18:00 A

CLARK MICHAEL 1/19/2017 08:00 A

CLARK MICHAEL 2/7/2017 18:00 A

CLARK MICHAEL 4/25/2017 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 7

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

COBB BRIAN 8/28/2016 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CONLEY JAMES 7/12/2016 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CONWAY KEVIN 1/22/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

COOKSON MICHAEL 11/3/2016 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

COONEY RICHARD 7/9/2016 18:00 C

COONEY RICHARD 8/27/2016 18:00 C

COONEY RICHARD 9/18/2016 08:00 C

COONEY RICHARD 11/20/2016 08:00 C

COONEY RICHARD 12/23/2016 08:00 C

COONEY RICHARD 1/24/2017 08:00 C

COONEY RICHARD 3/12/2017 08:00 C

COONEY RICHARD 3/13/2017 08:00 C

COONEY RICHARD 3/14/2017 18:00 C

COONEY RICHARD 5/7/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 10

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

COX DAVID 7/28/2016 08:00 A

COX DAVID 8/13/2016 08:00 A

COX DAVID 8/15/2016 18:00 A

COX DAVID 9/13/2016 08:00 A

COX DAVID 11/8/2016 08:00 A

COX DAVID 11/9/2016 08:00 A

COX DAVID 11/10/2016 18:00 A

COX DAVID 11/11/2016 18:00 A

COX DAVID 2/28/2017 08:00 A

COX DAVID 4/3/2017 18:00 A

COX DAVID 5/20/2017 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 11

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CRAVEN NOAH 7/10/2016 18:00 C

CRAVEN NOAH 8/3/2016 18:00 C

CRAVEN NOAH 8/27/2016 18:00 C

CRAVEN NOAH 9/25/2016 08:00 C

CRAVEN NOAH 10/22/2016 18:00 C

CRAVEN NOAH 2/9/2017 08:00 C

CRAVEN NOAH 5/7/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 7

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CROWLEY PATRICK 7/8/2016 18:00 B

CROWLEY PATRICK 8/16/2016 18:00 B

CROWLEY PATRICK 11/12/2016 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

CULLEN STEVEN 7/23/2016 08:00 C

CULLEN STEVEN 9/12/2016 18:00 C

CULLEN STEVEN 9/25/2016 08:00 C

CULLEN STEVEN 10/30/2016 18:00 C

CULLEN STEVEN 11/21/2016 08:00 C

CULLEN STEVEN 11/22/2016 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

DANELLA DAVID 7/1/2016 08:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 7/26/2016 08:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 8/12/2016 18:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 9/3/2016 08:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 9/20/2016 08:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 10/16/2016 18:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 11/14/2016 08:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 12/2/2016 18:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 1/4/2017 18:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 1/17/2017 08:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 2/10/2017 08:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 3/17/2017 18:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 4/9/2017 18:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 4/24/2017 08:00 D

DANELLA DAVID 5/11/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 15

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

DANELLA ROBERT 8/22/2016 08:00 B

DANELLA ROBERT 1/22/2017 08:00 B

DANELLA ROBERT 1/23/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

D'ANTONIO JOSEPH 7/22/2016 18:00 A

D'ANTONIO JOSEPH 9/7/2016 18:00 A

D'ANTONIO JOSEPH 9/29/2016 08:00 A

D'ANTONIO JOSEPH 10/2/2016 18:00 A

D'ANTONIO JOSEPH 11/27/2016 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

DEFUSCO MICHAEL 7/20/2016 18:00 D

DEFUSCO MICHAEL 11/17/2016 18:00 D

DEFUSCO MICHAEL 1/4/2017 18:00 D

DEFUSCO MICHAEL 1/28/2017 18:00 D

DEFUSCO MICHAEL 3/25/2017 18:00 D

DEFUSCO MICHAEL 5/1/2017 08:00 D

DEFUSCO MICHAEL 5/2/2017 08:00 D

Number of days out sick: 7

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

DELBONIS MATTHEW 9/5/2016 08:00 A

DELBONIS MATTHEW 12/13/2016 18:00 A

DELBONIS MATTHEW 1/22/2017 18:00 A

DELBONIS MATTHEW 2/28/2017 08:00 A

DELBONIS MATTHEW 4/1/2017 08:00 A

DELBONIS MATTHEW 5/19/2017 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

DELPOZZO ANTHONY 8/7/2016 18:00 A

DELPOZZO ANTHONY 9/23/2016 18:00 A

DELPOZZO ANTHONY 11/26/2016 18:00 A

DELPOZZO ANTHONY 12/28/2016 18:00 A

DELPOZZO ANTHONY 2/23/2017 18:00 A

DELPOZZO ANTHONY 2/23/2017 18:00 A

DELPOZZO ANTHONY 5/11/2017 08:00 A

DELPOZZO ANTHONY 5/30/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 8

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

DEROBBIO DANIEL 7/30/2016 18:00 A

DEROBBIO DANIEL 10/9/2016 18:00 A

DEROBBIO DANIEL 2/20/2017 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

DOAR PHILIP 11/19/2016 18:00 A

DOAR PHILIP 12/4/2016 18:00 A

DOAR PHILIP 1/22/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

DUNLAEVY HENRIK 7/18/2016 18:00 C

DUNLAEVY HENRIK 8/19/2016 18:00 C

DUNLAEVY HENRIK 9/27/2016 18:00 C

DUNLAEVY HENRIK 11/14/2016 18:00 C

DUNLAEVY HENRIK 11/23/2016 18:00 C

DUNLAEVY HENRIK 1/7/2017 08:00 C

DUNLAEVY HENRIK 3/13/2017 08:00 C

DUNLAEVY HENRIK 4/16/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 8

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

DURSIN RYAN 12/10/2016 18:00 D

DURSIN RYAN 4/1/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ECCLES JUSTIN 1/23/2017 18:00 B

ECCLES JUSTIN 3/17/2017 18:00 D

ECCLES JUSTIN 3/18/2017 08:00 B

ECCLES JUSTIN 3/19/2017 08:00 B

ECCLES JUSTIN 3/20/2017 18:00 B

ECCLES JUSTIN 3/21/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

EKROTH CHRISTINE 11/14/2016 18:00 C

EKROTH CHRISTINE 12/14/2016 08:00 C

EKROTH CHRISTINE 1/31/2017 08:00 C

EKROTH CHRISTINE 2/1/2017 08:00 C

EKROTH CHRISTINE 2/3/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ERBAN JASON 8/6/2016 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ERKKINEN ANDREW 7/14/2016 18:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 9/8/2016 18:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 11/11/2016 18:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 12/29/2016 18:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 1/22/2017 18:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 4/17/2017 08:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 4/18/2017 08:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 4/19/2017 18:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 4/20/2017 18:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 4/25/2017 08:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 4/26/2017 08:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 4/27/2017 18:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 4/28/2017 18:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 5/3/2017 08:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 5/4/2017 08:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 5/5/2017 18:00 A

ERKKINEN ANDREW 5/6/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 17

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

FAUCHER JONATHAN 7/5/2016 18:00 A

FAUCHER JONATHAN 10/26/2016 18:00 A

FAUCHER JONATHAN 1/6/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

FONTENAULT KEITH 1/3/2017 08:00 A

FONTENAULT KEITH 1/6/2017 18:00 A

FONTENAULT KEITH 2/14/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

FONTENAULT MARCEL 8/8/2016 08:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 9/19/2016 18:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/7/2017 08:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/8/2017 08:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/9/2017 18:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/10/2017 18:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/15/2017 08:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/16/2017 08:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/17/2017 18:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/18/2017 18:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/23/2017 08:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/24/2017 08:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/25/2017 18:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/26/2017 18:00 C

FONTENAULT MARCEL 5/31/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 15

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

FRANCIS SETH 8/3/2016 08:00 D

FRANCIS SETH 8/13/2016 18:00 D

FRANCIS SETH 10/15/2016 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

FRENCH KYLE 8/30/2016 08:00 B

FRENCH KYLE 9/2/2016 18:00 B

FRENCH KYLE 10/4/2016 18:00 B

FRENCH KYLE 10/18/2016 08:00 B

FRENCH KYLE 11/18/2016 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

FURY JASON 7/23/2016 18:00 B

FURY JASON 10/9/2016 08:00 B

FURY JASON 12/13/2016 08:00 B

FURY JASON 12/14/2016 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

GABRIELSON JACOB 8/12/2016 18:00 D

GABRIELSON JACOB 9/21/2016 18:00 D

GABRIELSON JACOB 10/14/2016 08:00 D

GABRIELSON JACOB 10/21/2016 08:00 D

GABRIELSON JACOB 10/22/2016 08:00 D

GABRIELSON JACOB 10/23/2016 18:00 D

GABRIELSON JACOB 3/6/2017 08:00 D

GABRIELSON JACOB 4/10/2017 18:00 D

GABRIELSON JACOB 5/19/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 9

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

GIBLIN THOMAS 7/16/2016 18:00 B

GIBLIN THOMAS 9/15/2016 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

GINAITT BRADFORD 7/27/2016 18:00 D

GINAITT BRADFORD 8/14/2016 08:00 B

GINAITT BRADFORD 9/27/2016 08:00 D

GINAITT BRADFORD 12/17/2016 08:00 D

GINAITT BRADFORD 2/2/2017 08:00 D

GINAITT BRADFORD 3/24/2017 18:00 D

GINAITT BRADFORD 4/26/2017 18:00 D

GINAITT BRADFORD 5/27/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 8

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

GOUVEIA ALAN 7/23/2016 08:00 C

GOUVEIA ALAN 9/25/2016 08:00 C

GOUVEIA ALAN 10/30/2016 18:00 C

GOUVEIA ALAN 2/11/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

GRASSI BRIAN 7/23/2016 18:00 B

GRASSI BRIAN 11/12/2016 18:00 B

GRASSI BRIAN 12/4/2016 08:00 B

GRASSI BRIAN 1/13/2017 08:00 B

GRASSI BRIAN 1/23/2017 18:00 B

GRASSI BRIAN 1/24/2017 18:00 B

GRASSI BRIAN 3/18/2017 08:00 B

GRASSI BRIAN 4/19/2017 08:00 B

GRASSI BRIAN 4/20/2017 08:00 B

GRASSI BRIAN 4/21/2017 18:00 B

GRASSI BRIAN 4/22/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 11

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

GUERCIA STEPHEN 7/21/2016 18:00 A

GUERCIA STEPHEN 10/1/2016 18:00 A

GUERCIA STEPHEN 12/4/2016 18:00 A

GUERCIA STEPHEN 12/26/2016 08:00 A

GUERCIA STEPHEN 1/22/2017 18:00 A

GUERCIA STEPHEN 3/26/2017 18:00 A

GUERCIA STEPHEN 5/21/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 7

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

HALL CHRISTIAN 9/26/2016 18:00 B

HALL CHRISTIAN 10/12/2016 18:00 B

HALL CHRISTIAN 4/29/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

HALLORAN JOHN 7/21/2016 18:00 A

HALLORAN JOHN 10/2/2016 18:00 A

HALLORAN JOHN 11/11/2016 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

HALSBAND SCOTT 11/15/2016 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

HAMMOND DOUGLAS 1/7/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

HANDY STEVEN 9/9/2016 18:00 B

HANDY STEVEN 11/20/2016 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

HANKINS DAVID 7/20/2016 18:00 D

HANKINS DAVID 10/13/2016 08:00 D

HANKINS DAVID 2/12/2017 18:00 D

HANKINS DAVID 3/15/2017 08:00 D

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

HANNON EDWARD 9/2/2016 18:00 B

HANNON EDWARD 10/28/2016 18:00 B

HANNON EDWARD 3/10/2017 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

HARRIS JAMES 7/6/2016 18:00 A

HARRIS JAMES 8/28/2016 08:00 A

HARRIS JAMES 10/15/2016 08:00 A

HARRIS JAMES 10/16/2016 08:00 A

HARRIS JAMES 2/12/2017 08:00 A

HARRIS JAMES 4/3/2017 18:00 A

HARRIS JAMES 4/4/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 7

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN 7/22/2016 18:00 A

HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN 8/28/2016 08:00 A

HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN 9/13/2016 08:00 A

HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN 10/15/2016 08:00 A

HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN 11/19/2016 18:00 A

HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN 12/11/2016 08:00 A

HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN 12/26/2016 08:00 A

HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN 12/27/2016 08:00 A

HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN 1/28/2017 08:00 A

HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN 3/3/2017 18:00 A

HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN 3/9/2017 08:00 A

HENRIKSON CHRISTIAN 3/19/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 12

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

HEROUX MICHAEL 7/25/2016 08:00 D

HEROUX MICHAEL 9/12/2016 08:00 D

HEROUX MICHAEL 3/6/2017 08:00 D

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

HOXSIE RANDALL JR 4/30/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

IAMARONE SCOTT 7/5/2016 08:00 B

IAMARONE SCOTT 7/24/2016 18:00 B

IAMARONE SCOTT 10/26/2016 08:00 B

IAMARONE SCOTT 10/27/2016 18:00 B

IAMARONE SCOTT 11/21/2016 18:00 B

IAMARONE SCOTT 12/21/2016 08:00 B

IAMARONE SCOTT 3/27/2017 08:00 B

IAMARONE SCOTT 5/8/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 8

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

INGEGNERI BRANDON 10/13/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 10/19/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 10/20/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 10/21/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 10/22/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 10/27/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 10/28/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 10/29/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 10/30/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/4/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/5/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/6/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/7/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/12/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/13/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/14/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/15/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/20/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/21/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/22/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/23/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/28/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/29/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 11/30/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/1/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/6/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/7/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/8/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/9/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/14/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/15/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/16/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/17/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/22/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/23/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/24/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/25/2016 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/30/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 12/31/2016 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 1/1/2017 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 1/2/2017 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 1/15/2017 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 1/16/2017 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 1/17/2017 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 1/18/2017 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 1/23/2017 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 1/24/2017 08:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 1/25/2017 18:00 C

INGEGNERI BRANDON 1/26/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 49

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

JENSEN SCOTT 7/8/2016 18:00 B

JENSEN SCOTT 1/14/2017 08:00 B

JENSEN SCOTT 1/24/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

JOHNSON ROBERT 7/9/2016 08:00 D

JOHNSON ROBERT 8/2/2016 08:00 D

JOHNSON ROBERT 9/22/2016 18:00 D

JOHNSON ROBERT 10/5/2016 08:00 D

JOHNSON ROBERT 11/22/2016 08:00 D

JOHNSON ROBERT 2/12/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

JORDAN JAMES 10/15/2016 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

KING DAVID 7/19/2016 08:00 A

KING DAVID 7/20/2016 08:00 A

KING DAVID 7/21/2016 18:00 A

KING DAVID 7/22/2016 18:00 A

KING DAVID 7/27/2016 08:00 A

KING DAVID 7/28/2016 08:00 A

KING DAVID 8/21/2016 08:00 A

KING DAVID 10/31/2016 08:00 A

KING DAVID 12/29/2016 18:00 A

KING DAVID 1/27/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 2/7/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 4/1/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 4/2/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 4/3/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 4/4/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 4/9/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 4/10/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 4/11/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 4/12/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 4/17/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 4/18/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 4/19/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 4/20/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 4/25/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 4/26/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 4/27/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 4/28/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 5/3/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 5/4/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 5/5/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 5/6/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 5/11/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 5/13/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 5/14/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 5/19/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 5/20/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 5/21/2017 18:00 A

KING DAVID 5/27/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 5/28/2017 08:00 A

KING DAVID 5/29/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 40

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

KRETCHMAN MICHAEL 7/24/2016 18:00 B

KRETCHMAN MICHAEL 9/17/2016 18:00 B

KRETCHMAN MICHAEL 10/4/2016 18:00 B

KRETCHMAN MICHAEL 11/2/2016 08:00 B

KRETCHMAN MICHAEL 11/20/2016 18:00 B

KRETCHMAN MICHAEL 12/20/2016 08:00 B

KRETCHMAN MICHAEL 2/25/2017 18:00 B

KRETCHMAN MICHAEL 4/22/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 8

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

LAMIROY MARC 12/5/2016 18:00 A

LAMIROY MARC 12/29/2016 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

LARSSON STEVEN 11/13/2016 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

LATTINVILLE MARC 7/7/2016 18:00 B

LATTINVILLE MARC 11/18/2016 08:00 B

LATTINVILLE MARC 1/31/2017 18:00 B

LATTINVILLE MARC 4/22/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

LAVOIE GARY 8/22/2016 08:00 B

LAVOIE GARY 9/23/2016 08:00 B

LAVOIE GARY 10/17/2016 08:00 B

LAVOIE GARY 11/18/2016 08:00 B

LAVOIE GARY 12/29/2016 08:00 B

LAVOIE GARY 1/21/2017 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

LECLAIR CHRISTOPHER 8/31/2016 18:00 A

LECLAIR CHRISTOPHER 3/16/2017 08:00 A

LECLAIR CHRISTOPHER 5/13/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

LEMAY NORMAND 7/15/2016 18:00 B

LEMAY NORMAND 7/16/2016 18:00 B

LEMAY NORMAND 9/18/2016 18:00 B

LEMAY NORMAND 12/4/2016 08:00 B

LEMAY NORMAND 12/5/2016 08:00 B

LEMAY NORMAND 12/6/2016 18:00 B

LEMAY NORMAND 12/7/2016 18:00 B

LEMAY NORMAND 12/12/2016 08:00 B

LEMAY NORMAND 12/13/2016 08:00 B

LEMAY NORMAND 12/14/2016 18:00 B

LEMAY NORMAND 12/15/2016 18:00 B

LEMAY NORMAND 3/30/2017 08:00 D

Number of days out sick: 12

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

LETOURNEAU PAUL 3/26/2017 18:00 A

LETOURNEAU PAUL 3/27/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 7/22/2016 18:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 7/29/2016 18:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 7/30/2016 18:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 8/4/2016 08:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 8/5/2016 08:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 8/7/2016 18:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 8/12/2016 08:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 8/13/2016 08:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 8/14/2016 18:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 8/15/2016 18:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 8/20/2016 08:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 8/21/2016 08:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 8/22/2016 18:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 8/23/2016 18:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 12/10/2016 08:00 A

LEVESQUE JOSEPH 4/12/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 16

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

LIBRIZZI CHRISTOPHER 11/5/2016 18:00 B

LIBRIZZI CHRISTOPHER 1/14/2017 08:00 B

LIBRIZZI CHRISTOPHER 1/15/2017 18:00 B

LIBRIZZI CHRISTOPHER 1/16/2017 18:00 B

LIBRIZZI CHRISTOPHER 4/30/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

LLOYD WILLIAM 8/11/2016 18:00 C

LLOYD WILLIAM 9/12/2016 18:00 C

LLOYD WILLIAM 11/12/2016 08:00 C

LLOYD WILLIAM 11/13/2016 08:00 C

LLOYD WILLIAM 12/25/2016 18:00 C

LLOYD WILLIAM 3/12/2017 08:00 C

LLOYD WILLIAM 3/31/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 7

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

LOYO MARCELO 7/9/2016 08:00 D

LOYO MARCELO 7/28/2016 18:00 D

LOYO MARCELO 9/21/2016 18:00 D

LOYO MARCELO 11/7/2016 08:00 D

LOYO MARCELO 1/26/2017 08:00 D

LOYO MARCELO 2/11/2017 08:00 D

LOYO MARCELO 4/15/2017 08:00 D

Number of days out sick: 7

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

LUSIGNAN GEORGE 10/29/2016 18:00 C

LUSIGNAN GEORGE 4/15/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MADISON II 7/1/2016 08:00 D

MADISON II 8/18/2016 08:00 D

MADISON II 8/19/2016 08:00 D

MADISON II 8/20/2016 18:00 D

MADISON II 8/21/2016 18:00 D

MADISON II 2/18/2017 08:00 D

MADISON II 2/18/2017 08:00 D

MADISON II 5/10/2017 08:00 D

MADISON II 5/27/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 9

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MAGNAN STEPHEN 7/16/2016 08:00 C

MAGNAN STEPHEN 9/9/2016 08:00 C

MAGNAN STEPHEN 11/6/2016 18:00 C

MAGNAN STEPHEN 2/18/2017 18:00 C

MAGNAN STEPHEN 3/4/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MAHONEY DAVID 1/5/2017 08:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 1/6/2017 08:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 1/7/2017 18:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 1/8/2017 18:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 1/13/2017 08:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 1/14/2017 08:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 1/15/2017 18:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 1/16/2017 18:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 1/21/2017 08:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 1/22/2017 08:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 1/23/2017 18:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 1/24/2017 18:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 2/6/2017 08:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 2/7/2017 08:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 2/8/2017 18:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 2/9/2017 18:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 2/14/2017 08:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 2/15/2017 08:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 2/16/2017 18:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 2/17/2017 18:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 2/22/2017 08:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 2/23/2017 08:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 2/24/2017 18:00 B

MAHONEY DAVID 2/25/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 24

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MARAIA MATTHEW 7/2/2016 18:00 C

MARAIA MATTHEW 7/7/2016 08:00 C

MARAIA MATTHEW 8/26/2016 18:00 C

MARAIA MATTHEW 9/2/2016 08:00 C

MARAIA MATTHEW 9/17/2016 08:00 C

MARAIA MATTHEW 10/14/2016 18:00 C

MARAIA MATTHEW 10/28/2016 08:00 C

MARAIA MATTHEW 11/22/2016 18:00 C

MARAIA MATTHEW 11/25/2016 18:00 D

MARAIA MATTHEW 2/8/2017 08:00 C

MARAIA MATTHEW 4/13/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 11

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MARRIOTT KENNETH 7/5/2016 08:00 B

MARRIOTT KENNETH 9/7/2016 08:00 B

MARRIOTT KENNETH 12/31/2016 18:00 B

MARRIOTT KENNETH 2/22/2017 08:00 B

MARRIOTT KENNETH 5/13/2017 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MARTUFI BRIAN 8/6/2016 18:00 A

MARTUFI BRIAN 9/7/2016 18:00 A

MARTUFI BRIAN 10/2/2016 18:00 A

MARTUFI BRIAN 11/10/2016 18:00 A

MARTUFI BRIAN 1/6/2017 18:00 A

MARTUFI BRIAN 4/18/2017 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MAXFIELD JAMES 9/11/2016 18:00 C

MAXFIELD JAMES 10/30/2016 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MAYMON THOMAS 8/3/2016 18:00 C

MAYMON THOMAS 8/27/2016 18:00 C

MAYMON THOMAS 3/13/2017 08:00 C

MAYMON THOMAS 3/14/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MCALLISTER MICHAEL 9/17/2016 08:00 C

MCALLISTER MICHAEL 10/29/2016 18:00 C

MCALLISTER MICHAEL 11/4/2016 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MCDERMOTT JAMES 10/9/2016 18:00 A

MCDERMOTT JAMES 12/4/2016 18:00 A

MCDERMOTT JAMES 2/6/2017 18:00 A

MCDERMOTT JAMES 3/25/2017 08:00 A

MCDERMOTT JAMES 3/26/2017 18:00 A

MCDERMOTT JAMES 5/6/2017 08:00 B

MCDERMOTT JAMES 5/6/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 7

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MELLO ANTHONY 7/9/2016 18:00 C

MELLO ANTHONY 7/26/2016 18:00 C

MELLO ANTHONY 8/10/2016 18:00 C

MELLO ANTHONY 9/20/2016 18:00 C

MELLO ANTHONY 10/19/2016 08:00 C

MELLO ANTHONY 10/30/2016 18:00 C

MELLO ANTHONY 11/23/2016 18:00 C

MELLO ANTHONY 12/17/2016 18:00 C

MELLO ANTHONY 2/26/2017 18:00 C

MELLO ANTHONY 3/31/2017 18:00 C

MELLO ANTHONY 4/15/2017 18:00 C

MELLO ANTHONY 4/16/2017 18:00 C

MELLO ANTHONY 5/18/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 13

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MERNICK FREDERICK 11/23/2016 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MERNICK MICHAEL 7/23/2016 08:00 C

MERNICK MICHAEL 9/3/2016 18:00 C

MERNICK MICHAEL 9/26/2016 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MILEY KEVIN 10/1/2016 08:00 B

MILEY KEVIN 10/11/2016 18:00 B

MILEY KEVIN 11/29/2016 18:00 B

MILEY KEVIN 1/5/2017 08:00 B

MILEY KEVIN 2/6/2017 08:00 B

MILEY KEVIN 3/10/2017 08:00 B

MILEY KEVIN 3/28/2017 18:00 B

MILEY KEVIN 4/27/2017 08:00 B

MILEY KEVIN 4/28/2017 08:00 B

MILEY KEVIN 5/15/2017 18:00 B

MILEY KEVIN 5/21/2017 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 11

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 9/10/2016 18:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/4/2016 18:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/5/2016 18:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/10/2016 08:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/11/2016 08:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/12/2016 18:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/13/2016 18:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/18/2016 08:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/19/2016 08:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/20/2016 18:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/21/2016 18:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/26/2016 08:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/27/2016 08:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/28/2016 18:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 11/29/2016 18:00 B

MONTEIRO MICHAEL 12/4/2016 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 16

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MORETTI MICHAEL 8/8/2016 18:00 B

MORETTI MICHAEL 11/20/2016 18:00 B

MORETTI MICHAEL 1/22/2017 08:00 B

MORETTI MICHAEL 1/29/2017 08:00 B

MORETTI MICHAEL 3/11/2017 08:00 B

MORETTI MICHAEL 5/23/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MORLOCK CARL 9/14/2016 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 11/22/2016 08:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 11/23/2016 08:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 11/24/2016 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 11/25/2016 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 11/26/2016 08:00 B

MORLOCK CARL 11/30/2016 08:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/1/2016 08:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/2/2016 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/3/2016 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/8/2016 08:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/9/2016 08:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/10/2016 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/11/2016 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/16/2016 08:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/17/2016 08:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/18/2016 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/19/2016 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/24/2016 08:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/25/2016 08:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/26/2016 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 12/27/2016 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 2/28/2017 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 3/1/2017 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 3/14/2017 08:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 3/15/2017 08:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 3/16/2017 18:00 D

MORLOCK CARL 3/17/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 28

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MORSE DAVID 10/2/2016 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MORSE DAVID 3/2/2017 18:00 A

MORSE DAVID 4/19/2017 18:00 A

MORSE DAVID 4/20/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

MYRTLE NICHOLAS 11/18/2016 08:00 B

MYRTLE NICHOLAS 5/5/2017 08:00 B

MYRTLE NICHOLAS 5/6/2017 08:00 B

MYRTLE NICHOLAS 5/7/2017 18:00 B

MYRTLE NICHOLAS 5/8/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

NARODOWY GLENN 7/12/2016 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 8/21/2016 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 10/30/2016 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 11/14/2016 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 11/30/2016 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 12/16/2016 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 12/17/2016 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 12/18/2016 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 12/19/2016 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 12/24/2016 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 12/25/2016 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 12/26/2016 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 12/27/2016 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/1/2017 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/2/2017 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/3/2017 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/4/2017 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/9/2017 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/10/2017 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/11/2017 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/12/2017 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/17/2017 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/19/2017 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/20/2017 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/26/2017 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/27/2017 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 1/28/2017 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 2/2/2017 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 2/3/2017 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 2/4/2017 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 2/5/2017 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 2/10/2017 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 3/17/2017 18:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 5/9/2017 08:00 D

NARODOWY GLENN 5/12/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 35

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

OATLEY GARY 3/16/2017 18:00 D

OATLEY GARY 3/17/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 10/9/2016 08:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 10/12/2016 18:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 11/12/2016 18:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 12/20/2016 08:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 12/21/2016 08:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 12/29/2016 08:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 12/30/2016 18:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 12/31/2016 18:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 2/8/2017 18:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 2/16/2017 18:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 2/17/2017 18:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 2/22/2017 08:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 2/23/2017 08:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 2/24/2017 18:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 3/2/2017 08:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 3/3/2017 08:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 3/4/2017 18:00 B

O'DONNELL MATTHEW 3/5/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 18

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

O'NEILL JOSEPH 10/15/2016 08:00 A

O'NEILL JOSEPH 5/19/2017 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

PACHECO NATHAN 7/16/2016 08:00 C

PACHECO NATHAN 7/17/2016 08:00 D

PACHECO NATHAN 7/18/2016 08:00 D

PACHECO NATHAN 8/13/2016 18:00 D

PACHECO NATHAN 10/8/2016 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

PALUMBO ROBERT JR 12/15/2016 18:00 B

PALUMBO ROBERT JR 12/28/2016 08:00 B

PALUMBO ROBERT JR 12/29/2016 08:00 B

PALUMBO ROBERT JR 2/14/2017 08:00 B

PALUMBO ROBERT JR 4/29/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

PELLA NICHOLAS 5/4/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

PELLICCIO GARY 8/15/2016 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

PERRY JOHN 8/7/2016 08:00 B

PERRY JOHN 10/17/2016 08:00 B

PERRY JOHN 11/19/2016 08:00 B

PERRY JOHN 1/24/2017 18:00 B

PERRY JOHN 3/19/2017 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

PETRARCA ANTHONY 7/10/2016 08:00 D

PETRARCA ANTHONY 10/14/2016 08:00 D

PETRARCA ANTHONY 12/17/2016 08:00 D

PETRARCA ANTHONY 2/10/2017 08:00 D

PETRARCA ANTHONY 5/11/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

PETTIGREW BRIAN 8/12/2016 08:00 A

PETTIGREW BRIAN 1/6/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

PICARD TIMOTHY 7/21/2016 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

PRATA TIMOTHY 7/2/2016 18:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 9/2/2016 08:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 11/20/2016 08:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 11/21/2016 08:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 11/22/2016 18:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 11/23/2016 18:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 11/28/2016 08:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 11/29/2016 08:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 11/30/2016 18:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/1/2016 18:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/6/2016 08:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/7/2016 08:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/8/2016 18:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/9/2016 18:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/14/2016 08:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/15/2016 08:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/16/2016 18:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/17/2016 18:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/22/2016 08:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/23/2016 08:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/24/2016 18:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 12/25/2016 18:00 C

PRATA TIMOTHY 3/21/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 23

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

REILLY-BOOTH TERRIE 7/12/2016 18:00 D

REILLY-BOOTH TERRIE 9/5/2016 18:00 D

REILLY-BOOTH TERRIE 2/12/2017 18:00 D

REILLY-BOOTH TERRIE 3/9/2017 18:00 D

REILLY-BOOTH TERRIE 3/9/2017 18:00 D

REILLY-BOOTH TERRIE 4/17/2017 18:00 D

REILLY-BOOTH TERRIE 4/18/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 7

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

REYNOLDS JESSE 7/8/2016 18:00 B

REYNOLDS JESSE 1/29/2017 08:00 B

REYNOLDS JESSE 5/21/2017 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 9/7/2016 18:00 A

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 9/22/2016 08:00 A

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 10/10/2016 18:00 A

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 10/15/2016 08:00 A

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 10/23/2016 08:00 A

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 11/18/2016 18:00 A

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 12/5/2016 18:00 A

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 12/21/2016 18:00 A

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 1/21/2017 18:00 A

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 1/22/2017 18:00 A

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 2/7/2017 18:00 A

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 4/9/2017 08:00 A

RICCI CHRISTOPHER 5/3/2017 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 13

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

RICHARD DEREK 8/1/2016 18:00 B

RICHARD DEREK 9/9/2016 18:00 B

RICHARD DEREK 4/29/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

RICHARDS MATTHEW 10/6/2016 08:00 D

RICHARDS MATTHEW 10/14/2016 08:00 D

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

RIVET KEVIN 7/26/2016 18:00 C

RIVET KEVIN 8/3/2016 18:00 C

RIVET KEVIN 8/9/2016 08:00 C

RIVET KEVIN 8/17/2016 08:00 C

RIVET KEVIN 8/18/2016 18:00 C

RIVET KEVIN 8/19/2016 18:00 C

RIVET KEVIN 11/22/2016 18:00 C

RIVET KEVIN 2/8/2017 08:00 C

RIVET KEVIN 3/29/2017 08:00 C

RIVET KEVIN 4/6/2017 08:00 C

RIVET KEVIN 5/16/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 11

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ROCHA JUSTIN 7/1/2016 18:00 C

ROCHA JUSTIN 7/16/2016 08:00 C

ROCHA JUSTIN 9/12/2016 18:00 C

ROCHA JUSTIN 10/13/2016 18:00 C

ROCHA JUSTIN 10/22/2016 18:00 C

ROCHA JUSTIN 11/7/2016 18:00 C

ROCHA JUSTIN 11/15/2016 18:00 C

ROCHA JUSTIN 11/22/2016 18:00 C

ROCHA JUSTIN 2/10/2017 18:00 C

ROCHA JUSTIN 3/4/2017 08:00 C

ROCHA JUSTIN 3/7/2017 18:00 C

ROCHA JUSTIN 5/2/2017 18:00 C

ROCHA JUSTIN 5/18/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 13

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ROUSSEAU AARON 8/22/2016 18:00 A

ROUSSEAU AARON 11/19/2016 18:00 A

ROUSSEAU AARON 2/12/2017 08:00 A

ROUSSEAU AARON 3/18/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

RUSHTON ANDREW 7/22/2016 18:00 A

RUSHTON ANDREW 10/10/2016 18:00 A

RUSHTON ANDREW 3/26/2017 18:00 A

RUSHTON ANDREW 3/27/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

RUSSELL RANDY 7/27/2016 08:00 A

RUSSELL RANDY 8/4/2016 08:00 A

RUSSELL RANDY 10/7/2016 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SALISBURY JAMES 7/10/2016 08:00 D

SALISBURY JAMES 7/11/2016 18:00 D

SALISBURY JAMES 9/12/2016 08:00 D

SALISBURY JAMES 9/30/2016 18:00 D

SALISBURY JAMES 11/7/2016 08:00 D

SALISBURY JAMES 1/2/2017 08:00 D

SALISBURY JAMES 1/3/2017 18:00 D

SALISBURY JAMES 1/9/2017 08:00 D

SALISBURY JAMES 1/10/2017 08:00 D

SALISBURY JAMES 1/11/2017 18:00 D

SALISBURY JAMES 1/12/2017 18:00 D

SALISBURY JAMES 4/10/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 12

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SAVARIA MARC 8/12/2016 08:00 A

SAVARIA MARC 2/13/2017 08:00 A

SAVARIA MARC 2/15/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SAYLES JENNIFER 7/10/2016 18:00 C

SAYLES JENNIFER 8/17/2016 08:00 C

SAYLES JENNIFER 11/23/2016 18:00 C

SAYLES JENNIFER 5/2/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SCALZO MICHAEL 10/29/2016 18:00 C

SCALZO MICHAEL 1/22/2017 08:00 B

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SCHERMACK-MOORE BENJAMIN 5/28/2017 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SCHMIDT MICHAEL 7/8/2016 18:00 B

SCHMIDT MICHAEL 9/24/2016 08:00 B

SCHMIDT MICHAEL 2/25/2017 18:00 B

SCHMIDT MICHAEL 4/22/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SCRIBNER KEVIN 9/2/2016 08:00 C

SCRIBNER KEVIN 10/30/2016 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 2

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SILVA KEVIN 7/22/2016 18:00 A

SILVA KEVIN 9/24/2016 18:00 A

SILVA KEVIN 11/1/2016 08:00 A

SILVA KEVIN 1/22/2017 18:00 A

SILVA KEVIN 5/28/2017 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SINOTTE THOMAS 8/1/2016 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SIRR JONATHAN 9/9/2016 18:00 B

SIRR JONATHAN 11/3/2016 08:00 B

SIRR JONATHAN 12/30/2016 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SISSON ANDREW 9/24/2016 08:00 B

SISSON ANDREW 11/3/2016 08:00 B

SISSON ANDREW 3/10/2017 08:00 B

SISSON ANDREW 3/11/2017 08:00 B

SISSON ANDREW 3/12/2017 18:00 B

SISSON ANDREW 3/13/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SMITH STEPHEN 7/1/2016 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/1/2016 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/2/2016 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/3/2016 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/4/2016 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/9/2016 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/10/2016 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/11/2016 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/12/2016 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/17/2016 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/18/2016 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/19/2016 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/20/2016 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/25/2016 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/26/2016 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/27/2016 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 7/28/2016 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 10/8/2016 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 11/22/2016 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 12/10/2016 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 2/18/2017 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 2/19/2017 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 2/20/2017 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 3/14/2017 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 3/15/2017 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 3/16/2017 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 3/17/2017 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 3/22/2017 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 3/23/2017 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 3/24/2017 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 3/25/2017 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 3/30/2017 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 3/31/2017 08:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 4/1/2017 18:00 D

SMITH STEPHEN 4/2/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 35

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 8/12/2016 18:00 D

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 9/4/2016 08:00 D

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 9/27/2016 08:00 D

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 11/8/2016 18:00 D

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 12/10/2016 18:00 D

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 12/16/2016 08:00 D

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 2/27/2017 08:00 D

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 4/26/2017 08:00 A

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 4/27/2017 18:00 A

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 4/28/2017 18:00 A

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 4/28/2017 18:00 A

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 4/29/2017 18:00 B

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 5/3/2017 08:00 A

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 5/4/2017 08:00 A

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 5/5/2017 18:00 A

ST. PIERRE STEVEN 5/6/2017 18:00 A

Number of days out sick: 16

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SULLIVAN CHRISTOPHER 8/27/2016 08:00 D

SULLIVAN CHRISTOPHER 9/3/2016 08:00 D

SULLIVAN CHRISTOPHER 10/5/2016 08:00 D

SULLIVAN CHRISTOPHER 10/30/2016 08:00 D

SULLIVAN CHRISTOPHER 12/16/2016 08:00 D

SULLIVAN CHRISTOPHER 12/17/2016 08:00 D

SULLIVAN CHRISTOPHER 2/26/2017 08:00 D

SULLIVAN CHRISTOPHER 4/26/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 8

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SULLIVAN KYLE 7/2/2016 18:00 C

SULLIVAN KYLE 7/26/2016 18:00 C

SULLIVAN KYLE 8/25/2016 08:00 C

SULLIVAN KYLE 11/21/2016 08:00 C

SULLIVAN KYLE 1/10/2017 18:00 C

SULLIVAN KYLE 2/10/2017 18:00 C

SULLIVAN KYLE 3/15/2017 18:00 C

SULLIVAN KYLE 4/14/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 8

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

SUTTON ANDREW 8/23/2016 08:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 9/10/2016 18:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 9/23/2016 08:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 9/25/2016 18:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 10/10/2016 08:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 11/27/2016 08:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 12/6/2016 18:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 12/14/2016 18:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 12/23/2016 18:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 2/1/2017 18:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 2/22/2017 08:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 3/19/2017 08:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 4/6/2017 18:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 4/21/2017 18:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 5/8/2017 18:00 B

SUTTON ANDREW 5/31/2017 18:00 B

Number of days out sick: 16

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

TITUS TRACY 8/2/2016 08:00 D

TITUS TRACY 9/19/2016 08:00 D

TITUS TRACY 3/9/2017 18:00 D

TITUS TRACY 3/9/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

TORRES ALEX 7/17/2016 18:00 C

TORRES ALEX 10/13/2016 18:00 C

TORRES ALEX 10/30/2016 18:00 C

TORRES ALEX 11/21/2016 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

TURCO DANIEL 8/18/2016 18:00 C

TURCO DANIEL 10/22/2016 18:00 C

TURCO DANIEL 12/17/2016 18:00 C

TURCO DANIEL 12/31/2016 08:00 C

TURCO DANIEL 1/26/2017 08:00 D

TURCO DANIEL 2/26/2017 08:00 D

TURCO DANIEL 5/20/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 7

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ULLRICH NICHOLAS 1/8/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

VAIL JUSTIN 7/17/2016 08:00 D

VAIL JUSTIN 7/18/2016 08:00 D

VAIL JUSTIN 9/30/2016 18:00 D

VAIL JUSTIN 12/9/2016 08:00 D

VAIL JUSTIN 1/28/2017 18:00 D

VAIL JUSTIN 3/22/2017 08:00 D

VAIL JUSTIN 4/17/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 7

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

VALE DANIEL 9/13/2016 08:00 A

VALE DANIEL 10/1/2016 18:00 A

VALE DANIEL 10/25/2016 18:00 A

VALE DANIEL 10/26/2016 18:00 A

VALE DANIEL 1/19/2017 08:00 A

VALE DANIEL 2/21/2017 08:00 A

VALE DANIEL 3/18/2017 18:00 A

VALE DANIEL 3/19/2017 18:00 A

VALE DANIEL 5/19/2017 08:00 A

VALE DANIEL 5/20/2017 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 10

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

VALLELY ROBERT 7/17/2016 08:00 D

VALLELY ROBERT 9/11/2016 08:00 D

VALLELY ROBERT 10/30/2016 08:00 D

Number of days out sick: 3

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

VARRAS NICHOLAS 7/28/2016 18:00 D

VARRAS NICHOLAS 10/8/2016 18:00 D

VARRAS NICHOLAS 1/10/2017 08:00 D

VARRAS NICHOLAS 3/24/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

WAGNER CARL JR 10/3/2016 08:00 C

WAGNER CARL JR 11/4/2016 08:00 C

WAGNER CARL JR 1/9/2017 18:00 C

WAGNER CARL JR 5/18/2017 18:00 C

Number of days out sick: 4

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

WALSH PETER 7/2/2016 18:00 C

WALSH PETER 8/18/2016 18:00 C

WALSH PETER 11/4/2016 08:00 C

WALSH PETER 2/16/2017 08:00 C

WALSH PETER 4/14/2017 08:00 C

WALSH PETER 5/23/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

WATERMAN JASON 9/13/2016 08:00 A

WATERMAN JASON 11/27/2016 18:00 A

WATERMAN JASON 12/8/2016 08:00 D

WATERMAN JASON 3/10/2017 18:00 A

WATERMAN JASON 5/19/2017 08:00 A

WATERMAN JASON 5/27/2017 08:00 A

Number of days out sick: 6

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

WEATHERS DANA 8/19/2016 18:00 C

WEATHERS DANA 10/22/2016 18:00 C

WEATHERS DANA 12/17/2016 18:00 C

WEATHERS DANA 4/29/2017 08:00 C

WEATHERS DANA 5/18/2017 18:00 C

WEATHERS DANA 5/23/2017 08:00 C

WEATHERS DANA 5/31/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 7

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

WHITE JOHN 11/22/2016 08:00 D

WHITE JOHN 11/23/2016 08:00 D

WHITE JOHN 11/24/2016 18:00 D

WHITE JOHN 11/25/2016 18:00 D

WHITE JOHN 11/30/2016 08:00 D

WHITE JOHN 12/1/2016 08:00 D

WHITE JOHN 12/2/2016 18:00 D

WHITE JOHN 12/3/2016 18:00 D

WHITE JOHN 12/8/2016 08:00 D

WHITE JOHN 12/9/2016 08:00 D

WHITE JOHN 12/10/2016 18:00 D

WHITE JOHN 12/11/2016 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 12

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

WILSON WILLIAM 11/13/2016 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

WINNES CHRISTOPHER 8/29/2016 18:00 D

WINNES CHRISTOPHER 12/27/2016 18:00 D

WINNES CHRISTOPHER 5/20/2017 18:00 D

WINNES CHRISTOPHER 5/22/2017 08:00 B

WINNES CHRISTOPHER 5/28/2017 18:00 D

Number of days out sick: 5

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

WOOD MATTHEW 4/5/2017 08:00 C

Number of days out sick: 1

Last Name First Name Suffix Shift Date Shift Time Shift

ZAINO CHRISTOPHER 12/8/2016 08:00 D

ZAINO CHRISTOPHER 12/9/2016 08:00 D

Number of days out sick: 2

Grand total number of shifts out sick:

Number of firefighters with at least one sick day:

1,207

183

Thursday, May 17
Notmycaptain

Wrong. Just flat out wrong.

So you’re saying “floaters” get paid time & 1/2 to cover for a FF who is on vacation?

You said 100% of the time that happens but you’re 110% wrong.

Friday, May 18
GoodJake

Police and moderators please take notice. Cote, you now can add breakage of hippa laws to your acct on ri.gov. You can not disclose peoples medical condition such as you did about people being out sick from a virus.

Friday, May 18
Blondy56

it seems that the facts are the facts. Numbers don't lie. I'm reminded of the saying "Thou does protest to loudly".

Friday, May 18
richardcorrente

Dear Termlimits,

I don't pander to the unions. I "pander" to those that deserve credit for what they do, and I "anti-pander" to those that don't. If the School Committee was fair and honorable I would "pander" to them. They're not. Therefore, I don't.

About my taxes. I am not now, nor have I ever been a tax delinquent. Also, no one has EVER paid my taxes for me. I offered Scal1024 to option of being the first. He declined. How about you?

Happy Spring Termlimits, whoever you are.

Happy Spring everyone.

Rick Corrente

The Taxpayers Mayor

Friday, May 18
CrickeeRaven

TermLimits:

Do you know how to tell that everything you said is true? The make-believe mayor complained about your use of a screen name.

That has been his only response to the proof of his past tax delinquency, which includes this article that shows the city tax assessor website records of other parties paying his property taxes between 2013 and 2017:

https://warwickpost.com/gop-chair-files-election-board-complaint-against-corrente-for-failing-to-report-ad-hq-spending/

Because he can not actually dispute these facts, he attempts to insult other people by repeating his lies.

He also confirmed to the Beacon that he "continues to live in a house that was sold in a tax sale for taxes due the city," meaning, as you rightly point out, that he lost the property due to tax delinquency.

Here is the link to that article: http://warwickonline.com/stories/mayors-race-hotter-than-usual,119296?

So, not only is the make-believe mayor attempting to mislead voters, he is also contradicting his own words. Like you, I expect Acting Mayor Solomon to overwhelmingly defeat the make-believe mayor and his lie-filled campaign.

Friday, May 18
richardcorrente

Dear Scal1024,

You don't know how to spell "WFD" and you call me names??

Friday, May 18
CrickeeRaven

Scal, don't let the make-believe mayor get to you.

He thinks a minor typo is somehow comparable to all of the false statements he has made. He also lacks the basic humility that you show in acknowledging your error.

We know that he is in the process of humiliating himself again by losing in the expected Democratic primary, and will continue to show a complete lack of restraint in posting more lies on the way to another overwhelming loss at the polls.

Friday, May 18
Scal1024

Rick, rather than insulting me and trying to correct a simple typo...why don't you type in the link provided by CrickeeRaven? It literally shows that indeed SOMEONE ELSE PAID YOUR TAXES FOR YOU. You can try and mislead readers as much as you'd like, the bottom line is its right there in print. Anyone who'd like to "fact check" this is welcome to check the evidence CrickeeRaven has provided. I applaud CrickeeRaven for his excellent work on this. Its important to keep lying, fraud candidates in check.

The reason Rick Corrente has to insult me is he has no other leg to stand. He can't tell you what line item in the budget he'd cut to pay for his "buy a house get a check" program. Not only can't he tell you how to pay for it, he also can't tell you how much it will cost. Don't voters have a right to know the cost of your giveaways? You've had over 2 years to figure this out.

Now Rick wants to raise beach fees on EVERY driving resident in this city. He's attacked Mayor Solomon for postponing the fees, when the purpose is to come up with a more fair, balanced and comprehensive plan. Why is a candidate who ran on "cut taxes, cut spending" fighting so hard to RAISE your beach fees? You know another word for "fees"? TAXES! So this hypocrite who claims that he will "cut taxes" (with ZERO idea how to pay for it) and voters will flood Warwick, is now saying that he will RAISE beach fees and attract MORE beach-goers to Warwick. Which one is it Rick? You don't get to have it both ways. You can't say "cut taxes" while raising fees (taxes) on any driving resident who uses the beach. How many more fee increases will Rick Corrente seek? If he can fight this hard for increases as a candidate, wait til he gets his hands on the city budget. We can't afford to have City Hall foreclosed on (as the mortgage broker/fake mayor had his own home foreclosed on. Let's see if Corrente responds or if he hides in the comments section of another article.

Friday, May 18
Thecaptain

To Notmycaptain,

FYI,

The accountability sheets obtained by APRA, clearly show that 1105 vacation days out of 1105 vacation days in the first fiscal quarter were covered at the overtime rate. The call back sheets clearly indicate the name of the firefighter out on leave, the reason out, the name of the man covering, the apparatus, the type of pay (OT -overtime) and the number of hours.

1105 days out of 1105 days were paid at OT. I have the documents to make this statement, you have no documents to show otherwise.

And also to you, Good Jake and anyone else. No "hippa" information is released on these sheets. They simply give the name and date and indicate SL (sick leave) No other details are on these documents that were OBTAINED FROM THE CITY BY APRA. So please think before you type. You must be Corrente's step cousin.

Friday, May 18
CrickeeRaven

Thank you for the kind words, Scal. Given his past behavior, I believe that you are right about what the make-believe mayor will do next, i.e., go to another comment board and start posting his lies all over again.

As TermLimits asked above, who would actually support the make-believe mayor, now that all his false statements have been exposed? You and I have seen that he claims he has a "base" from the 2016 election, which of course is completely false -- voters from one election do not automatically carry over to the next one.

On top of that, the make-believe mayor is certain not to get anywhere near his 2016 vote total in an off-year primary against an 18-year city councilor/current acting mayor and actual leader in the city. If anything, these factors set up the potential for an even bigger loss by the make-believe mayor. This will make him the first candidate in at least 18 years to lose two elections to different mayors -- the only distinction that he deserves.

Friday, May 18
Warwickcitizen

My God when does it end? Rob Cote your are a fountain of misinformation , anyone can APRA anything it’s undetstanding what information you receive, you are clearly a moron who needs to step away from the bottle. You have no idea what your talking about

Thank you Mr Corrente for finally exposing this fraud for who he really is.

Lastly. Acting Mayor Soloman you might want to distance yourself from the jackass or you will be the shortest serving Mayor this city has ever had, I know you allowed him to insult everyone while you were president, but do the same thing you did with beach fees. Run from him he will ruin you

Friday, May 18
Scal1024

WarwickCitizen your Dept would be smart to distance itself from Rick Corrente. You can't refer to someone as "a fountain of misinformation" in one comment, and then thank Rick Corrente in the same comment.

I understand your frustration with then Councilman Solomon if you felt he allowed someone to speak for awhile if you felt that person is wrongly reporting alot of things. However, what if the opposite happened? What if Cote began speaking and as soon as Solomon disagreed he cut him off. Is it fair to say some people would've felt he was doing it to silence critics? Then I feel like Cushman, Cote, Stacia would be upset and telling the public the Council is trying to stifle debate. He was in a no-win situation. That was my take on it then and now.

Friday, May 18
Warwick Man

Scal I understand your comment and can accept that point of view. However when you continually see false/stretched facts spoken in public as truth it gets old. I’ve said it before, nothing wrong with holding the city workers accountable for wrongdoing. There is absolutely something wrong with putting out blatant false lies. There is a reason nothing he says ever gets “investigated”. He was out there stalking the FD today again. Filming them following policy.

Friday, May 18
Thecaptain

I find it interesting when Bill LLyod, (Warwick citizen) member of the WFD, constantly states i am a liar and wrong, posts no data, but just states Im wrong. If I am , then the records produced are wrong. He says there are no investigations, yet the SOS and AG had to come with a team of people to teach the fire department that they cannot destroy records, that they are required by law to have a record retention written practice, and not withstanding, the chief got caught publicly in 5 lies in front of the council.

So anyone who questions the heros, is a liar. These guys have been gaming the system for decades, they know, the council knows it, we all know it. But im the only one to expose it. How much more info do you want me to post? I have everyone's schedule for the entire year, the sick pay sheets, unused sick pay bonus sheets, base salaries, year end salaries, etc..etc..etc..

How is it that a guy that is scheduled to work at 08:00 shift, calls out for a vacation day, then comes back in on the same day same shift to work overtime? Want the name(s)?

How can a guy who is scheduled to work the 08:00 shift, call in sick, but then come in that same day on the 18:00 shift on a call back for overtime? Want the name(s)?

Shift swapping last year cost the city $563,000. See, fire fighters dont understand, and neither does the general public, that they have enormous amounts of vacation time and sick time. So instead of taking a vacation day, they do a change of shift, and preserve the vacation day to be monetized later at a higher rate.

Just one example of scamming. How about this guy, his initials are JS. From March 1 to May 4th he worked a total of 6 days using 4 days change of shift after 4 days vacation, then 4 days off, then 4 days change of shift. Over and over and over. You think thats ok? Its a scam.

Oh and today was a perfect example. Every truck in the city was at station 1 as I was going to S&S. They had food trucks in the parking lot. As I entered S&S, Engine 6 was leaving, and as I pulled in Engine 9 was behind me. Its a party all day in Warwick.

Friday, May 18
Scal1024

Warwick Man, I appreciate your response to my comment. If you look back at other articles in here going back 2 or 3 years now you'll find I've always spoken out against the videotaping of the WFD while on duty. I've gone back and forth with Rob in the past about other incidents which invovled videotaping guys at the store. I've always felt even if his message were 80% true, some of the methods he uses hurt that very same message. He responded to someone on here recently and said "get ready for a haircut" meaning a benefits reduction, and I disagree with that message and tone because to me that comes off as personal. Again, maybe there are real issues that need to be addressed but the overall tone has to change, otherwise we're going to be stuck pointing fingers at everyone else.

Friday, May 18
Warwick Man

Scal his last comment shows he doesn’t understand how vacation time is awarded. You can’t just take a vacation day. And again SwOs cost the city zero.... and from what I’ve see the state backtracked and told the Dept they did nothing wrong and can continue as they were!!! Maybe your letters rob are not up to date.

Friday, May 18
Warwick Man

“Swaps”.... and again I don’t JS Captain used swaps which cost the city nothing

Friday, May 18
Warwick Man

Oh and Captain, it’s not Bill Lloyd as he is long gone, just remember you can harass and film us all you want and you can make up false accusations, in the end we will still do the job as dedicated as we always have. You won’t change that I promise you.

Friday, May 18
Scal1024

Warwick Man, from my own experience as well as many of my friends and family we have the best fire department in the state, if not one of the better in the region. I don't take shots at these guys because of their tough work and dedication.

Friday, May 18
GoodJake

Yes he is a real stalker. I wonder if he even has a wife what she thinks of his infatuation with the firefighters? Reading these past comments I do have a better understanding of where his craziness is coming from. Poor guy.

Friday, May 18
Warwickcitizen

Captain

Again I will repeat myself, you can recite ,print say anything you want. But you clearly have no idea what your talking about, you and that other fraud Ken block can go on any Tv show you want (and the three people that watch )and spread false information, Shift swaps cost the city nothing

Please Mayor Solomon run from this moron

Saturday, May 19
Warwick Man

Another Captain fabrication, “Engine 6 was leaving, and as I pulled in Engine 9 was behind me”..... E-6 was on the other side of the city yesterday, just stop with the outright lies.

Saturday, May 19
Thecaptain

Well Warwick man, I have the photos.

The fire dept has gone from a $17 mil department to a $22+ mil department in 8 years. No overtime reductions have been realized at all. Even with 9 men over an above full staffing. Scal, maybe you think "tone" is the most important concept in this issue, but its not, its finances. Not sure if you have ever been to a budget hearing but for a decade or more we have had a complacent city council that has never asked for any numbers to be substantiated.

This also has nothing to do with job performance so you can all skew the conversation as much as you want. But the reality is that there are inherent scams and schemes that have been manipulating the system for years. The numbers dont lie. The department cannot continue to run in this fashion.

The claim that shift swapping costs nothing is ridiculous. Do some research, many departments across the country have been charged criminally for the same thing. With exorbitant benefits of sick time and vacation time and personal time, there should be no change of shift allowed. If you want to extend your vacation, then use your vacation time. If you run out of vacation time, you donet go on vacation. Get into the real world and understand the concept of preserving sick time and vacation time by change of shift and monetizing it in the future. Its a scam and that's why guys like Bill Lloyd and other members of the department dont want any changes.

Saturday, May 19
Warwick Man

Outright Lie... Engine 6 was not there. You have zero credibility. Do some research on how vacation time is issuerd again you lack the basic knowledge to make a point. AND ONCE AGAIN SWAPS COST NOTHING...

Saturday, May 19
TermLimits

It's good to see that the union is using the same playbook they have used for years, that is: attack the messenger when they can't attack the message. The "Captain" has supplied numerous documents to validate all claims being made against the WFD. It is interesting that "SCAL1024" and "CrickeeRaven" do not come to the Captain's defense because he is not slamming Richard Corrente. They both defend and support the Captain when the Captain provides documents to show Corrente's financial issues, but when the Captain provides the documents that blatantly shows WFD shift manipulation and fraud, they have nothing to say.

Saturday, May 19
Warwick Man

Hello Stacia

Saturday, May 19
Warwick Man

And again the only “manipulation” is by Mr. Cote. Anyone that wants the facts go ask the council or Mayor. They know what’s going on, and it’s COSTING THE CITY NOTHING.

Saturday, May 19
CrickeeRaven

TermLimits, I'm flattered that you would care enough about my use of this site to criticize it (falsely). I support Thecaptain wholeheartedly in how he is exposing the apparent abuse of vacation and sick time in the WFD.

His work to collect and publish information is admirable, and I hope he is ultimately successful in trying to reduce these runaway costs.

Saturday, May 19
Thecaptain

Well,

Just went to stop and shop on Greenwich ave. As I pulled in, Engine ( (AGAIN) pulled in. Firefighter with badge # 105 purchased 1 bag of chips, 1 bag of M&M's and small package of Natures Promise chicken fingers. Is that what is identified as "necessity shopping"?

Anyone want the pics as he was checking out right in front of me. Im sure that it was impossible for the fire fighter to pick up that stuff on the way to his 8am shift today.

Saturday, May 19
BeaconCommenter

Some of you are still bitter about failing the firefighter test.

Saturday, May 19
Scal1024

Stacia (TermLimits) this is what happens when you take a year off and then return to this site. Once again, you don't have a clue about anything you speak of. The one thing I said about Rob, is the SAME THING I've said since the days you were using MULTIPLE SCREEN NAMES to talk to yourself. I disagree with his following the WFD around. I don't think it helps his argument, and I think its a major reason he's struggled to gain support in the court of public opinion. I think people resent it. That is just my opinion but I feel the evidence is there that people don't respond to it. As far as tone? Is it the most important thing? No! But I also don't see people lining up to support the cause. So perhaps there is something to what I'm saying?

The funny thing is if you actually read the comments Stacia, ON THIS VERY ARTICLE you would know that rising pension costs, health care benefits and the fact theres no system to pay for those costs long term are ALL concerns of mine. Totally unfair for you to suggest some sort of bias. I won't be lectured on bias by the creator of Warwick Watch.

Also Stacia (TermLimits) formerly "MsMayor", "SabrinaV", "CameronClueless" and last but not least after you were caught ".." if you're going to be commenting regularly again, could you please remember to sign out before using multiple screen names? Please read before posting and don't make anymore baseless accusations towards CrickeeRaven and I who have been pretty straightforward on this site.

Saturday, May 19
Straightfactshomie

Mr. Cote, the shift sheets certainly do not show all vacation, sick, IOD, etc. are picked up at an overtime rate. A quick glance at the first 8 days of Q1 (7/1-7/8, and 1 full rotation through all 4 shifts) shows approximately 55% of Vacation absences covered by overtime pay.

The first 8 days of Q2 show nearly 50% of vacation absences are covered at overtime.

The first 8 days of Q3 show that just 1 vacation absence out of 42 was covered at overtime. Thats 2.4%.

The first 8 days of Q4 show that 0 (ZERO!) vacation absences out of 71 were covered at overtime.

Why such a change? Well the article above erroneously claims a recruit class was hired in february which brought the department to full staffing. In fact the class didn't finish the training academy until late november. After the department was brought to full staffing, WITH A FULL COMPLEMENT OF FLOATERS, overtime was significantly reduced. In fact the period from 7/1/16- 11/19/16 accounted for just shy of 76% of all overtime shifts worked for the fiscal year. ITS A STAFFING ISSUE. and if you don't want to increase staff, then, to quote Dan Yorke, "YOU HAVE A BUDGETING ISSUE."

Now admittedly these aren't the full shift sheets. I don't have your 1800 pages of digitized documents. but your claim that all absences are covered at OT pay rate is ridiculous and false!

Saturday, May 19
Thecaptain

Straight facts,

We are disseminating the 2016-17 accountability sheets. The city refuses to release the 2017-18 sheets. Please look at the first quarter of 2016-17. 1105 vacation days out of 1105 vacation days were covered at overtime. YOUR CHIEF stated to the city council, on tape, that 100% of vacation days are covered by floaters at straight time. His comment, not mine. Clearly he lied. Listen to the audio of the hearing. In addition, why are the form 109's being destroyed if the dept. has nothing to hide???

Saturday, May 19
Warwick Man

Captain, Again maybe you don’t understand, the STATE AG said the WFD is not doing anything wrong and can get rid of (destroy in Cote language) any form. I’m guessing the state figures your to stupid to get it so they didn’t waste the time to send your corespondence. I agree. Why don’t you and Kenny boy call them for varufucation. Did I mention SWAPS COST THE CITY NOTHING....

Saturday, May 19
Straightfactshomie

Captain,

I am refering to 2016-2017 accountability sheets. I sincerely believe you are reading them incorrectly. Whatever floaters that are available are used to fill vacation vacancies first, then any other vacancies as they arise. If you don't have enough floaters to cover even the vacation vacancies of course overtime is going to go up. I ask you two look at two days: 7/19/16 Day shift and 3/9/17 Day shift. Same platoon, nearly same number of vacancies. One of those shifts occured with only 2 floaters on the shift and one occurred with 8. You count the overtime difference. But even with only 2 floaters, they cover two of the vacation vacancies. The only way every single vacation would be covered at overtime pay is if there wasn't a single floater on the entire department.

When the department is fully staffed nearly all vacation is covered at straight pay.

COS are logged on the accountability sheets, but you know that already. you just like busting chops.

Saturday, May 19
Warwickcitizen

My god this is sickening,why don’t. Captain and term limits got get a room and commiserate together. Two morons who have no idea what they are talking about.

One needs to really start to worry about the Captains fixation on the WFD is weird ,who cares what they purchased at Stop& Shop.

SWAPS COST THE CITY NO MONEY

Sunday, May 20
bendover

Here is a simple question..."If Cote is 100% wrong about his facts and figures and 1105 out of 1105 slots were being filled by "floaters", then why is the OVERTIME so out of control?" With the addition of staff, why is the OT still out of control? The chief's testimony is unambiguous and clearly stated, on tape at that hearing. Why is all of this important? Because Cote is not lying and we are now talking about massive financial fraud. If so much as one penny of federal money is involved in any of this, it belongs before a federal grand jury, not in the hands of that incompetent, Kilmartin...We do have an honorable service clause within our Charter that addresses this issue should there be indictments and convictions. Liars figure, but in this case, the figures don't appear to lie.

Sunday, May 20
Straightfactshomie

The point is that when there are an adequate number of floaters per shift OT is not out of control. Mr. Cote continually refers to the Q1 numbers. Indeed a high percentage of vacation vacancies were being filled at OT pay during this time. Thats because it was summer( more FF are out per shift on vacation) and the department was understaffed by approximately 20 FFs. But it was nowhere near 100% of vacation vacancies being filled at OT. Halfway through Q2, OT significantly slowed. Its disingenuous to claim the yearly OT budget was out of control even with a fully staffed department, when 76% of OT shifts worker happened in the 4 1/2 months of the fiscal year before the new FFs were hired.

Sunday, May 20
WwkVoter

First they ignore you. Then they ridicule you. And then they attack you and want to burn you. And then they build monuments to you.

-N Klein

Sunday, May 20
Thecaptain

Obviously Straighfactshomie is a Warwick firefighter. Why doesnt he release his name? The Secretary of state did not say there was no problem. They brought in a team of people to teach the fire department the regulations of records retention. There was a reason for that. Why do they destroy the documents? So there is no trace-ability as to WHY COS is happening. We know that shift swapping is used to extend vacation and preserve sick days and vacation days to be monetized later. We also know it is used so men can go to work on other jobs. We have that proof already which came from the State of RI Division of Purchasing.

The fact is is that this department will never control costs. Its a country club atmosphere and the taxpayers are tired of the abuses.

Sunday, May 20
Warwickcitizen

Captain

The only taxpayers that are concerned about the WFD are you and your band of malcontents, your a coward,put your name on the ballot and run you will see how much the taxpayers care about your obsession

Sunday, May 20
Thecaptain

Yup,

Everyone is a coward if your not on the WFD.

Sunday, May 20
Straightfactshomie

Captain,

several years ago you claimed (with no evidence) that the wfd was using virtually no sick leave and that this was proof of a scheme of FFs using COS to bank sick days to be monetized at a later date. When you received a years worth of shift sheets that proved this claim false you pivoted to the "destruction" of COS forms. I urge you to consider occam's razor when evaluating this situation. which situation seems more likely: a vast criminal conspiracy to defraud taxpayers that permeates every level of the FD upto and including the Chief of the Department and the willful and knowing destruction of government records to cover it up...or they were thrown away because nobody saw the need to keep them since all pertinent information (who worked what for who and when) was already retained on the shift sheet.

Now I don't claim to know what the AG's office said to the department. Maybe they are retaining COS forms going forward. But I do know that the AG doesn't hold your view that anything nefarious was taking place or we would have heard something about it.

And for the last time: VACATION DAYS CAN NOT BE BANKED!!!! its clear as day in the contract. pg 20 if you're lazy

Do you ever stop and think if what you're saying even makes sense.

Sunday, May 20
Thecaptain

Ok,

So lets get a few things clarified.

1. To correct you - A few years ago (2) what I openly said was "that according to the unused sick pay bonus documents provided by the city, in 2015 114 men were on that list. Due to the contract changing in mid year, the max unused sick pay that anyone could get was 12.5 days. For the men on that list, they averaged 12.48 days pay."

On the 2016 unused sick pay sheets, the maximum that a man could get paid under the contract was 15 day. The average man was paid 14.58 days. So my quote was to be exact "According to the sick pay bonus sheets it appears that less than 1 day of sick time is taken per man." So get your facts straight.

2. According to the contract, you tell me, what is the maximum number of vacation days that any man can take?

I await your insight.

Sunday, May 20
Thecaptain

Just one of the dozens of articles about "shift swapping".

Trading the call of duty for a call of convenience

A system that lets Boston firefighters swap shifts has turned into a costly free-for-all. Some barely work for years and never make up the time. The city does almost nothing about it.

By Callum Borchers, Gal Tziperman Lotan, and Walter V. Robinson

Globe Correspondents / January 30, 2011

It is a familial courtesy as intrinsic to the culture of Boston firehouses as shared chicken dinners. When a firefighter can’t make his shift, a colleague steps in, on condition the favor will be returned.

Absenteeism high among swapping firefighters

But there are scores of Boston firefighters whose shifts have been covered by others for weeks or months at a time, with no record they have ever reciprocated and worked off the debt.

One firefighter, Gregory L. Burton, owes his firehouse comrades 554 shifts — nearly three years of work — for shifts he borrowed over five years while he was tending to a successful real estate business, according to department records. In 2004, for instance, Burton had other firefighters work 124 shifts for him, while Burton himself worked just 34 scheduled tours.

Timothy P. O’Callaghan, another firefighter with outside business interests, has filed for his pension based on years of service. That means he would receive credit for 391 shifts — about two years work — that others worked in his stead, and which he did not repay, according to Fire Department personnel records.

Nearly 70 other firefighters owe comrades between three months and a year of workdays.

The actual cost of this practice is difficult to assess — the colleagues who worked unreciprocated shifts are not paid extra for that time — but it means that many firefighters have received pay, benefits, and retirement credits for work performed by others.

A second form of shift-swapping abuse has a more tangible — and extremely costly — bottom line. Between January 2006 and last September, firefighters who had agreed to work shifts for others called in sick 29,000 times, forcing the department to pay millions in overtime to others to fill the shifts.

One firefighter who was given credit for working 269 shifts for others actually called in sick for 107 of those shifts.

The extent of both practices is undoubtedly far higher than these numbers reflect, because the department does not have a systemwide computerized record for borrowed workdays before 2006. For prior years, the only way to gauge the numbers is to comb through day-to-day paper records for each firefighter — which the Globe did for three firefighters, including Burton and O’Callaghan.

In an interview, Burton acknowledged he accumulated an “excessive amount of time owed,’’ but noted there was no prohibition on doing so and said he was never disciplined. O’Callaghan, who has been on unpaid sick leave, declined to comment for the story.

The excesses, though they are neither illegal nor proscribed by departmental policy, represent yet another challenge for Fire Commissioner Roderick Fraser, the department’s leader since 2006. Fraser has repeatedly battled the powerful union and the department’s entrenched culture to curb practices that have diminished the department’s effectiveness and saddled it with needless costs.

In 2008, for example, the Globe reported that scores of firefighters were staying out on injured leave for extended periods, and that more than 100 firefighters were awarded higher disability pensions after claiming career-ending injuries occurred while they were filling in for superiors at higher pay rates. That practice led to federal indictments and changes to state pension laws.

As has been the case with the other abusive practices, the runaway shift deficits accumulated by dozens of firefighters underscore a workplace ethos in which the personal needs of many firefighters appear to trump those of the fire service.

During a December interview, Fraser and Fire Chief Ronald Keating said they are working to change the culture of the department. “It’s not going to be done overnight,’’ Keating said. “It’s going to be done in small baby steps and we’re taking those steps as we talk.’’

The department, however, has done little to curb the shift-swap abuses — and less than Fraser and Keating, in a December interview, claimed they had accomplished. In 2007, they said, 30 of the worst offenders were summoned to headquarters and warned they would face possible suspensions if they continued to borrow more shifts than they repaid. All but one complied, they said.

In fact, just seven firefighters were summoned to headquarters, according to records that Captain Stephen Creamer, the personnel supervisor, reviewed at the Globe’s request last week. One of those seven, Burton, resigned rather than report for the dressing down. In the cases of 13 others, their commanders were told to warn them, Creamer said.

Yet compliance was rare: Fourteen of the 20 have borrowed even more shifts since being warned, according to a Globe review of the records. None have been disciplined. Department officials said they were unaware of the lack of compliance until the Globe called it to their attention.

What’s more, Fraser may have undercut his standing to demand tighter controls on swaps: Last March, he bowed to entreaties from Burton and others and rehired the firefighter. And Fraser said recently that the 2007 resignation erased Burton’s obligation to repay the 554 days he owed.

Settling debts privately

The lack of accounting — and the absence of limits that other fire departments routinely impose on shift swaps — has nurtured a subterranean culture in which some firefighters pay cash to others to work their shifts, or repay the obligation by doing outside work like home renovation projects for their firehouse creditors, according to interviews with several firefighters, who asked that they not be identified by name.

The Globe could find no evidence that any of the firefighters who have amassed substantial IOUs have paid others to work for them. Fraser and Keating said they also possess no such evidence, although both acknowledged the practice occurs.

One telltale sign that much of the debt has been settled privately: Fraser and Keating said not a single firefighter who is owed shifts has ever filed a complaint. Under-the-table cash payments would violate tax laws if the income is unreported.

Keating said the department is developing a system that will more effectively monitor swaps, but limiting the number of shifts any one firefighter can rack up could be difficult. In 1996, when shift-swapping became part of a contract dispute, an arbitrator ruled that the department could not impose a limit without negotiating it through collective bargaining.

This has proved to be a high bar: Last year, for example, the city increased the size of a pay raise for firefighters in return for the right to conduct random drug testing.

Fraser said he will, however, explore whether the city can recoup money from retired or retiring firefighters, like O’Callaghan, who received full pay and retirement credits for work that others actually performed.

Rich Paris, president of the Boston firefighters union, the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 718, said in an interview that “there are some guys taking advantage’’ of the system. But on the issue of whether the city should be able to impose limits, Paris said: “Why should the majority of our guys get hurt over something [when] a certain percentage of guys are doing something wrong?’’ The issue, he said, can only be settled through collective bargaining.

Most big-city departments have such limits; in Denver, for instance, firefighters are generally not allowed to accrue a deficit of more than three shifts.

‘Administrative nightmare’

Shift-swapping began four decades ago as a benign way for firefighters to consolidate their schedules, in a way that is done in numerous other departments across the country.

Contractually, firefighters are supposed to work 16 shifts a month — half of them 10-hour daytime shifts and the other half 14-hour nighttime shifts. In many firehouses, however, they swap shifts so they work 10-hour and 14-hour shifts back-to-back, from 8 a.m. to 8 a.m. That system, a boon to those with second jobs, allows firefighters to work eight 24-hour shifts a month.

Those swaps, which represent the bulk of the shift-trading, most often even out, with firefighters making clean exchanges. There is no payroll adjustment for swapped shifts, just an understanding each firefighter will ultimately work the shifts he or she has been paid for. A small percentage of the deficit on the books represents acts of compassion. One example: shifts worked for colleagues tending to ill family members, with no expectation they be repaid.

There is another feature to the system, a perk the department is reluctant to halt: Some firefighters work a substantial number of added shifts in the winter so they can take much of the summer off. And vice versa: Other firefighters are happy to work extra summer tours so they, in turn, can escape to Florida for part of the winter.

“The taxpayers cannot support that kind of practice,’’ said Samuel R. Tyler, president of the Boston Municipal Research Bureau, a business-supported watchdog group.

Tyler said the swap system is an “administrative nightmare’’ for the department. District chiefs, he said, cannot be assured that firefighters who appear for duty are accustomed to working together, in an environment “where teamwork is very important.

“This is a huge problem for the department,’’ he said.

Under department regulations, district chiefs are required to approve every swap in advance. But the department abandoned that practice several years ago, according to Keating.

Fraser said it was not until 2007 that senior department officials became aware of the extent of the problem. “It was reported by one of our field deputies that they had a problem with some of their people basically accumulating so many swaps that they never saw them,’’ Fraser said during a lengthy interview in December.

Taking time for second job

Burton, for many department officials, was Exhibit A.

In a database the department provided to the Globe last fall that covers 2006 to September 2010, Burton is listed as owing 148 workdays. But that obligation does not count 410 shifts he borrowed and left unpaid from 2002 through 2005. In 2006, Burton earned about $375 a shift.

Burton, who is still president of his own Boston real estate company, said in an interview that business was so good that over time, he had six other firefighters working for him as brokers.

In 2004, for example, Burton worked just 13 day shifts because of his business commitment; and 21 overnight shifts. Other firefighters filled in for him on 124 shifts. Not once that year did Burton reciprocate. The following year, he borrowed 145 shifts, and worked just four in return.

“Yes, I owed an excessive amount of time,’’ Burton said. And when he was summoned to headquarters in 2007, he said, “I elected to resign. I left because of my other obligations, and I could not make the commitment the department wanted.’’ Burton said he never paid anyone else to work for him.

O’Callaghan, who was developing properties in Dorchester, relied on others to work his day shifts for him. In 2005, for example, O’Callaghan worked just two day shifts, while his peers worked his shifts 96 times. In return, he worked just nine overnight shifts.

O’Callaghan has been on unpaid leave since 2008 for medical reasons.

The firefighter who owes the most shifts since 2006 is Kenneth T. Gibson, at 202, according to the records. But unlike Burton and O’Callaghan, Gibson’s shift deficit in the prior four years was minimal, just 27. Overall, Gibson owes the equivalent of a year’s worth of shifts that he said he borrowed from four or five colleagues. He declined to identify any of them and the department does not keep track of who owes whom.

Gibson is in the hole to others for time spent pursuing two outside interests. According to Federal Aviation Administration records, Gibson is rated as a commercial pilot and multi-engine flight instructor. Corporate records list him as president of a Rhode Island-based aviation company.

And last May, Gibson received a master’s degree in business administration from Northeastern University.

“This was the only way I was able to go to graduate school,’’ Gibson said in explaining how it is that others have worked so many shifts for him. “I used this practice to go to school.’’ The system, he asserted, “was wide open. . . . There has never been any limit to the amount of time you could owe.’’

Gibson asserted that he has already begun to pay down his shifts. He said he expected it would be easy to do over the course of several years.

Cost of calling in sick

The department’s inability to monitor personnel practices has been costly: For example, the department was unaware how many firefighters were calling in sick for the shifts they promised to cover until the Globe pointed out the numbers.

In the 56 months starting in January 2006, firefighters on tap to work for colleagues took sick days 29,401 times.

According to the records, 79 firefighters called in sick 50 times or more after they agreed to take someone else’s shift. Atop that list was Bradley Andrews, who took sick days for 107 of the 269 shifts he was scheduled to fill in.

Andrews, who was assigned to Ladder 11 in Brighton, retired last January. “If I called in sick, I wasn’t feeling well,’’ Andrews said in a telephone interview. “I worked 34 years for the Boston Fire Department. I think it was honorable service.’’

About half the time when someone is sick, the department has to bring someone in on overtime, at one-and-a-half times regular pay. That would put the cost to taxpayers for the shift-swapping sick calls at between $6 million and $8 million since 2006, according to a Globe calculation based on the department’s average overtime rates.

Policies around the US

Shift-swapping is common in fire departments, but so are stringent controls on the practice, according to a Globe survey of big-city fire departments across the country. And the Boston Police Department, which permits its officers to swap shifts, turned over to the Globe records showing deficits to be virtually nonexistent.

In San Francisco, the Fire Department instituted strict limits to stem excesses. “We had instances of people working way too much and others taking too much time off,’’ said Mindy Talmadge, department spokeswoman. “It’s better for the health of our firefighters to limit how much time they can work. We’re protecting the public, so we want our people to be as sharp as possible.’’

Boston’s system perplexed fire officials in other cities. “That sounds like a tremendous amount of time, 100 shifts,’’ Denver public information officer Lieutenant Phil Champagne said. “The problem with that is, how do you pay people back?’’

Also perplexing, to some, was Fraser’s decision to bring Burton back onto the department payroll.

When Burton resigned in 2007, Fraser said, “he was the number one offender. We called him in to talk, to tell him to stop. It was alleged he was running a real estate empire. It was alleged he was paying people to work his shifts.’’ But, Fraser added, there was no proof of such payments.

Last March, with the housing market in dire straits, Burton asked to be rehired and Fraser agreed. The firefighter, Fraser said, “came to understand the error of his ways. . . . He missed working for the department, and it’s a great place to work. He asked to come back. We had many a long discussion with him about what we expect, what our expected behavior was, and I gave him a chance.’’

And what about the days of work Burton owed his colleagues when he left in 2007? According to Fraser, that obligation was officially erased when Burton resigned. By that standard, Burton owes only two shifts he borrowed last year.

Asked whether the firefighters who are owed those 554 shifts have any recourse, Fraser said, “That’s [for] any firefighters he may have owed . . . to discuss with him.’’

In addition to Borchers and Tziperman Lotan, this article was reported by Stefanie Geisler and Cecilia Akuffo for a seminar in investigative reporting at Northeastern University. John M. Guilfoil of the Globe staff contributed reporting. Their work was overseen by Walter V. Robinson, Northeastern journalism professor and former editor of the Globe Spotlight Team. Robinson can be reached at wrobinson@globe.com. Confidential messages can be left at 617-929-3334.

Sunday, May 20
Thecaptain

Oh my, here's another.

Firefighters of the Kansas City, Kan., Fire Department were paid $920,000 for work they didn’t do in 2017 because of a practice known as shift trading, a payroll analysis by the Unified Government has found.

The shift trading, the report said, also posed safety risks from fatigued firefighters.

UG Mayor Mark Holland called the report evidence of “widespread corruption.”

“This is a complete abuse of taxpayer dollars,” Holland said. “I think the whole city should be outraged at the abuse of taxpayer resources by the fire department.”

Shift trading is common in fire departments, where firefighters often work 24-hour shifts. In most circumstances, firefighters who want to trade a shift must do so with someone of the same rank, and they are expected to reciprocate. They are also limited on how many shifts they can trade in a year.

Firefighters trading shifts away are paid as though they did work the shift. If trades are reciprocated, pay to the firefighters evens out. If the trade is not traded back, then one firefighter is paid for a shift worked by another.

The UG analysis, obtained by The Star, shows that several KCK Fire Department firefighters traded away large numbers of shifts without trading them back. The department has 391 firefighters.

It named firefighters that it calls the “top 25 traders” who received 25 to 52 weeks of paid time off in 2017 as a result of trading shifts. Of those, 15 exceeded the limit of 24 traded shifts in a year.

Firefighters are normally scheduled to work 121 shifts a year, split up by 24 hours working a shift followed by 48 hours off. Shift trading is regulated by a labor agreement between the UG and the union for the firefighters.

The contract between the UG and the fire union says any number of trades above 24 in a year is considered abuse, with exceptions for duty-related education and “legitimate” union business.

One fire department captain last year received 52 weeks of paid time off and made nearly $65,000, according to the UG’s study.

However, the captain is a top official for the firefighter’s union. He said the record “reveals no abuse as written to and agreed to by” the union and the UG.

James Letcher, a public information officer for the KCK Fire Department, did not respond specifically to questions from The Star. He said that Kevin Shirley had been named interim fire chief, taking over for John Paul Jones who retired in December.

“As part of his duties, he will evaluate all operations of the Kansas City Kansas Fire Department over the coming months while he is in office,” Letcher said.

In addition to firefighters who traded away large numbers of shifts without trading them back, the report listed several who accepted more shifts than they traded away. It said those firefighters received what it called “under-the-table pay” as compensation.

One firefighter, the report said, took in an estimated $33,350 for accepting additional shifts.

“There’s a whole black market of shifts being taken under the table,” Holland said.

Because of the shift trading, the report said, rank and file firefighters had to work as captains during their shifts. And some firefighters worked several shifts in a row without rest, leading to potential workplace safety issues.

The report raises several other issues, such as the UG’s liability in a wrongful death lawsuit involving an incident with a fire truck staffed with un-rested personnel, and whether the IRS knows about the alleged under-the-table payments.

Holland is expected to call a special meeting of the UG Commission on Thursday to discuss the UG’s analysis.

Thursday’s meeting will be Holland’s last as mayor; he lost his bid for re-election in November to David Alvey. Holland and the fire department had been at odds during his term.

Holland had called for scrutiny of the KCK Fire Department’s spending, given that public safety accounts for about 60 percent of the UG budget.

In 2016, an audit of the fire department revealed, among other things, an imbalance of traded shifts. It also said shift trading allowed fire department employees to avoid using paid time off, which they could cash in on at the end of each year and their careers.

The audit came shortly before the UG and the firefighter’s union declared an impasse in negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement.

In January 2017, the UG and the union came to terms on a new contract, which still allowed for shift trading. The UG the same year started tracking the shift trading electronically, resulting in the latest report on the practice.

Holland met strident opposition from the KCK Fire Department last year during his campaign for re-election. Weeks before election day, several firefighters marched in front of City Hall protesting what they had considered potential downsizing of the fire department, a claim that Holland disputed.

IAFF Local No. 64 endorsed Alvey over Holland for mayor.

Holland said the UG analysis and this Thursday’s meeting were not meant as a parting shot to the fire department.

“I think this is a pretty critical issue that the public be made aware of,” Holland said. “The UG has put it out and it is my responsibility as an elected official to get that information out there.”

Sunday, May 20
Thecaptain

Hmmm

http://services.prod.iaff.org/ContentFile/Get/11429

Sunday, May 20
Straightfactshomie

You are not looking for insight. You have your “facts” always presented incompletely or out of context and with every negative inference imaginable. I’m not going to read the contract to you. It’s online and you’ve had plenty of time to ask about this as you monopolize public comment in front of the city council. I get it. You are convinced of systemic leave abuse in the wfd. you are mistaken. We are unlikely to get beyond this fact in this comment section.

Sunday, May 20
Thecaptain

Of course you wont answer the question because you know that I already have the answer.

Sunday, May 20
Straightfactshomie

Captain,

Let’s hear your answer. You tell me what the contract says in regards to vacation?

Monday, May 21
Motown2020

I'm new here and I must say this is a riveting back and forth but the one thing I am struck by is that there is someone out there stalking the WFD. I'm all for the pursuit of truth and justice and if there are people abusing the system then they should be held accountable but someone needs to find a new hobby or find a girlfriend. You have way too much time on your hands

Monday, May 21
WwkVoter

Motown 2020, I suppose in your book, every investigative report by Channel 12, Channel 10, Hummelreport, 20/20, 60 Minutes, NPR, Rob Cote, the OMB, and every other investigator looking for govt waste and abuse is "stalking". Not.

That being said, I too am reading this all and some I agree with on each side.

Monday, May 21
Scal1024

I agree with Motown2020. I also feel that a majority of voters agree with his/her overall point. Most people want our public employees held accountable. However, they do not want those employees (especially our fire department) being followed in and out of stores. I'm not sure why its neccesary to document what is being purchased. I've heard those on the WFD say that it is important to keep the equipment (trucks) running, and not just when there is a call. Unless they're making 5-10 store runs a day/night I don't see a problem with it. You know who else doesn't? The public as this issue has been raised before.

This gets back to my previous comment. Rob asked me if "tone is the most important thing?" Its not. Although, if you're trying to get the public on your side...you may want to listen to them when they say that WFD taking trips to the store is a non issue. Most members of the public enjoy interacting with the members of the WFD. They're always professional and cordial to anyone that says hello or has a conversation with them. You said it yourself that this was not about job performance and the reason is even you know that our department is the best in the state. Perhaps then, you should be approaching this debate with a little more respect for guys that do risk their lives for ALL of us. Not just the ones they agree with.

Rob, I applaud the work you've done on the car tax. I appreciate your continued work to expose the fake, lying, pandering idiot Corrente. I also appreciate you obtaining MANY documents with the idea of trying to expose waste. I would just caution you to be mindful of your approach. If I were advising you (and I'm certainly not you'd probably fire me by now) I would recommend not following the WFD around to the store, I'd also say no taking sarcastic swipes at people on Dan Yorke, no telling the WFD to "get ready for a haircut". Those things make it very easy for others to point a finger and say "this guy has an agenda". The public is never going to back someone they feel like they can't get behind. That is the harsh reality. You might not like my opinion but its constructive towards you improving your approach. You may disagree but thats why we debate here in the comments section.

Monday, May 21
Thecaptain

No one is "STALKING" the fire dept. Believe it or not, residents actually go to the market. So it is common place to run into these guys shopping since they are creatures of habit. Of course this guy Straightfacts is going to skew the truth as he is part of the scheme and a beneficiary of what has been happening for years.

Having said that, to answer his question about vacation. Lets look at just one of the clauses that no sound business man would ever allow in a contract:

No employee covered by this Agreement shall be entitled to more

than twelve (12) days of his or her vacation during either the summer period, to wit, June,

July, August and September, or Christmas week or vacation weeks for Warwick school

children; provided, however, that in special circumstances, the Chief of the Fire

Department may, in his or her discretion, grant to any employee, additional vacation time

during the months of June, July, August and September.

22 men had more than 12 days off during that time frame and they increased the time off by using change of shift both before and after the vacation day.

Sick time - Another clause that no business man would enter into:

Sick leave shall be granted at the rate of twenty (20) working days per year accumulative

to one hundred forty (140) working days; provided, however, that additional sick leave

may be granted at the discretion of the Chief of the Department.

These clauses restrict management rights.

In addition - From 7/1/2016 through 5/31/2017, 1,539 changes of shift were awarded.

417 changes of shift were requested for the day before a scheduled 4 days off.

394 changes of shift were requested for the day after a scheduled 4 days off.

46% of changes of shift were adjacent to a change of shift on the next day for the same firefighter.

It's not about stalking, its about analysis and about what the taxpayer can afford. No member of the department will ever agree to changes.

By the way, add to these numbers $1,000,144 for unused sick time payments this year, last year it was $1,092,421. Thats the 50% increase that was given in the last contract the the finance officer said would have a 3 year increase of $182,800.

The first year he was off by $640,000.

There is plenty of room for scrutiny when you study the trends and the numbers. That is what this is about. And lets not forget the guys that call in sick and do shift swapping so they can go to work at other jobs. We have data on that as well.

And by the way, I don't need a hobby. You would be surprised how much time is spent with an airplane, 2 boats, fishing gear and scuba gear.

Monday, May 21
Daydreambeliever

Let’s see we have Stop n Shop on Greenwich Ave, Quaker Lane and Warwick Ave., Shaw’s on Warwick Ave,, Dave’s market at Wilde’s corner and Hoxsie 4 so we are to assume you just happen to be at these markets at the precise time the trucks go to there respective markets? That’s a lot of driving around must be nice to waste gas. As for your toys must be nice to own a boat and pay no taxes to the city or state. I don’t see you pushing for taxes in that area. I’m unsure on whether planes are taxed but I’ll look into it.

You are correct they do shop during the days so that’s 365 days a year minus Christmas when markets are closed so 364 days they do shop with 9 stations being part of it. Your just fortunate enough to be in the right place at the right time how lucky is that?

It isn’t a night time problem because 99% of the time they shop on the way in. Occasionally yes they do a given night because things happen but for the most part they don’t use the trucks on evening shifts.

I will look into the mileage to each store and back and see if your numbers are accurate.

As for the COS (109) that is an interdepartmental piece of paper they aren’t required. Every COS is on the documents you have. As for the 2 long comments about abuse by other departments it is warranted at all. You can’t compare as there is and never been that abuse here. If there was wide spread abuse and embezzlement I’m sure the WPF and State PD would investigate.

Any debate with you turns into a pissing contest. Someday maybe they will sit down with you and explain how the system works so you can better understand how they fill positions, use vacations, use floaters. The key is can you stay calm and let them explain or will you raise your voice and call them liars ?

As for your long list of people out sick some are dispatchers who aren’t and shouldn’t be included in your analysis they are on the municipal union so stop grouping them to inflate your numbers.

Another thing is they don’t pay into TDI so if and when injured off duty they have to use sick time that’s why some individuals have many.

I know of 3 who had there knee scoped, 2 had shoulder surgery, I could go on and on but that violates HEPA. So it’s not all abuse it’s warranted sick in some instances. They even terminated one employee.

You can stand before the council tonight on open mike night go over your allotted time that you always do taking away from others because you have a voice that needs to be heard apparently.

Monday, May 21
Straightfactshomie

Captain,

Department members are entitled to vacation time based on years of service. All vacation picked for a calendar year is done prior to the start of that year based on seniority and by platoon. because there is a limited numeber of FFs allowed to be on vacation on a given shift, the purpose of the section you quoted regarding summer months, school vacation, and holiday weeks is to ensure a relatively equitable distrubution of "prime" weeks among the members of a platoon. when choosing vacation each member would be capped at using 12 days within that period with any other vacation time a FF is entitled to having to be used outside those months/weeks etc. There are several ways a FF could end up with 12+ prime vacation days. Vacation spots open up from time to time due to retirements, promotions, or changing of assigned positions. But any vacation time that opens up would have to be offered to every member of a platoon in order of seniority before a FF could move "non prime" vacations to a "prime" vacation time.

Regardless of any of the above. None of this would affect OT. There are still a maximum number of FFs allowed to be on vacation on any given shift. As your documents show, there are 6 members out per shift during "prime" weeks and upto 5 members out during "non prime" weeks. That doesn't change! Its just a matter of who takes vacation when. and to reiterate...VACATION CAN NOT BE BANKED!

I'm still not sure what any of this has to do with COS. or why it matters that a member takes a COS on the last night of a tour or their first day back. If COS are being repaid, in a mutual exchange of time, there is no issue.

And we can agree on something. The scandals in Boston and Kansas City are egregious and constitute fraud. I just see no evidence of such abuse in the WFD.

Monday, May 21
Thecaptain

Straightfacts homie,

First of all, are you aware of the errors in the contract language pertaining to vacations? You stated, and the chief stated that the contract specifies that the maximum number of men that can be on vacation is 6 at any time. Am I correct? Of course I am. However, that is not what the contract states. The contract states as follows:

A MINIMUM of six (6) employees per platoon shall be allowed on vacation during July and

August.

Do you see the contract verbiage error? It states A MINIMUM !!! NOT MAXIMUM.

Another clause - At other times of the year when manpower is available and no

overtime is incurred as a result, a MINIMUMof six (6) employees per platoon shall be

allowed on vacation.

No where in the contract does it state anything using the terms MAXIMUM NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES ON VACATION.

So, whether it is a typo, or any other kind of an error, there is clearly language in the contract that has been mis-interpreted.

Under contract law in the state of RI, there were 439 shifts that had less than 6 men on vacation. There were 68 shifts that had more than 6 men on vacation. Typo or not, there is clearly issues with non -compliance to the contract language.

Further, there are NUMEROUS men who did not re=pay their changes of shift. NUMEROUS. For example, Delpozzo took 23 days change of shift, only worked 1 in return. Fontenault took 20, paid back 11, Silvia took 20, repaid 12, Lavoie took 22, repaid 18, Bellavance took 26, repaid 18. The list goes on and on, and now we wonder why the COS requests are being destroyed. These are the numbers right off the accountability sheets. You make lots of comments but show no statistics. Where are your statistics to counter mine? Im sure there are none

Then there was Salisbury which is a whole other story.

Monday, May 21
GoodJake

I don't mind that my 7% of taxes goes to the Fire Dept. Now if you can just focus some of your energy towards the school budget (which is more than half of the total City budget) that would be more productive than following the firefighters around. Your driving all around the city looking for spare change while our schools are using $100's faster than you can say I'm jealous of the firefighters. Think about it.

Monday, May 21
Daydreambeliever

I agree the language needs to be cleaned up but there is no way absolutely no way there can more than 6 on vacation during the months of June, July, August, September including the weeks of school vacation.

For all the other months there are no more than 5 allowed on vacation this is strictly enforced and a well known rule. So please cut and paste as you do so well and show us this information.

As for your hard on for COS there is no timetable to return the mutual exchange of time. So the men you listed can work at a later date meaning a month, 3 months even a year later so again stop with the whining.

You don’t understand and aren’t willing to learn and listen.

You have your thoughts and won’t waver. These accusations are just that. If there was any wrongdoing as in embezzlement or malicious intent of violating ordinates or the city charter the FD would be under investigation.

All this is sadly is budget time and you trying to stir up the BS you always do.

Maybe the new regime will sit down with you and explain how it works but again I don’t think it’s a good idea as you don’t listen to well on here.

Again u have no problem listing names so please show us the information regarding the more than 6 out in a shift for vacation. It’s not allowed and had never happened !

Tuesday, May 22
tekpfd

Mr. Cote,

You're simply asking the firefighters to increase their weekly hours from 42 to 56 without any compensation, correct?

I mean, that IS the only real change.

Tuesday, May 22
Daydreambeliever

In addition please make sure your looking at a shift from 0800-1800 that there is no more than 6 on vacation during the months of June, July, August, September and the weeks of school vacation. All other times of year there are only 5 allowed out during a 0800-1800 shift.

That’s goes for the 1800-0800 shift during those months listed above no more than 6 may be on vacation.

If not those months listed it’s only 5 on vacation.

This is well known rule that it well enforced so I’m still waiting to see what proof you have of more the 5 or 6 on vacation on any given shift is accurate.

Tuesday, May 22
Warwick Man

Daydream,

We’ve gone over this before and Mr Cote got caught fabricating the facts. At a city council meeting he yelled and cried about 7 people on vacation only to realize he was including a civilized dispatcher (not in the FFs union) as a 7th person on vacation. Other than that 1 example he has yet to provide ANY OTHER TIME.. he is a fraud.

Tuesday, May 22
TermLimits

It would be nice for once, to see the Warwick Firefighters that are commenting on this thread to accept responsibility and admit there is clear fraud and deception taking place within the WFD when it comes to shift change. But as usual, all we get are more lies and excuses. I look forward to the day when the IRS does their investigation.

Tuesday, May 22
Warwick Man

Stacia, we aren’t going to stop, just as you I’m sure aren’t going to stop. Your lies will be found out. Bring in the IRS, State Police, FBI and one else you feel will look into this. They will prove all along the WFD has done nothing wrong. What’s gonna happen when the new mayor says there’s nothing wrong. Is he going to be a liar? This giant conspiracy simply doesn’t exist. By all means continue with your accusations, we will simply continue to prove them wrong.

Tuesday, May 22
PaulHuff

Sorry Captain. I give you credit when due but your history with the fire department leads me to believe you have too much of an agenda here. You following firemen around is indeed stalking. Nobody cares if they shop on duty.

Tuesday, May 22
Daydreambeliever

I completely forgot about the fire alarm dispatchers being included on the WFD roster sheets so yes he will see over the amount but they aren’t in the firefighters union they are in the municipal union.

So that long list of abusive sick time fraud includes Fira alarm dispatchers who have no bearing as of one cent to the budget of the fire department.

I guess all that homework he claims to do, the facts, tha numbers are a little skewed because he does carry municipal employees into fire department numbers to try and make the firefighters look bad.

So on your documents going forward Bobby:

BC is Battalion Chief, Ct. is Captain, Lt. Is LIeutenant, R/Ct is Rescue Captain, R/Lt. Is Rescue Lieutenant, R/Dr is Rescue Driver and Pvt. is Private.

If you see FAO is means FIRE ALARM OPERATOR which is thatblittle building on Sandy Lane between DPW and the Boys and Girls Club.

Please stop including them in your accusations and misleading information.

With that being said I can’t wait for the budget meeting next week it’s going to be fun watching all the u ions gettinga a haircut. And you say it’s not personal lol.

Tuesday, May 22
tekpfd

"Thecaptain"..."Dan Cote", you're a very sick man with way too much time on your hands!

Tuesday, May 22
Warwick Man

Tek if your going to attack the guy atleast learn his name. It’s Rob.

Tuesday, May 22
Thecaptain

Dear Tekpfd,

In the effort to educate you correctly, Warwick fire fighters work a 48 hr work week , not 42. You, much like several others, do not have the basic facts to make an argument. BY the way, by law, they can be made to work 53 hrs without pay increase.

Tuesday, May 22
Thecaptain

Paul huff,

No one follows them around. They are out shopping 18 times per day. Twice per house. Its common to bump into them when you shop in Warwick. There is no history other than the fact that they are in collusion to line their pockets at our expense.

Tuesday, May 22
Warwick Man

Capt.

I’ve been victim to you driving around crazily in the parking lot with you camera hanging out the window like some crazed Justin Bieber fan. So to say you just happen to bump into us is so ludicrous it’s laughable. The funny part is the second we see you you cower quicker than a frightened school child on his first day of school.

Tuesday, May 22
Daydreambeliever

Bobby Bobby Bobby stop with the BS lies. It’s a known fact the 9 stations shop on the days.

It’s also a known fact that on the nights shifts 99% of the time they shop on the way to work with there own vehicles so stop with the blatant BS.

My gosh you just don’t learn or listen do you ?

So your 18x a day again is misleading but we’ve learned that your homework and documents and all the other numbers don’t add up.

Tuesday, May 22
Straightfactshomie

Captain,

In an effort to educate you...FFs work 48 hrs per 8 days (4 on 4 off). Weekly pay is based on 42 hrs per 7 pay period. And the FSLA deals with thresholds for calculating OT payments. It certainly doesn’t give an employer carte blanche to unilaterally increase work hours by 25% without addressing pay scales through collective bargaining.

Tuesday, May 22