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Slide 1 - Measurements of Success
Slide 2 - History of LA County Fitness for Life Program (FFL) 1970 Mandatory pre-employment and periodic medical exams for all LA county safety personnel 1992 Mandatory Medicals become voluntary for FF Medical exams contracted out FF Medicals drop from 2000+ to less than 100 1998 IAFF/IAFC Wellness/Fitness Initiative (WFI) implemented 2002 Medical Exams resumed at 6 contracted facilities 2005 Approx 2000 Medical exams/year Disappointing 40-50% compliance. July 06’ - Fitness For Life Program Implemented
Slide 3 - FFL Program Stakeholders Occupational Safety Risk Management OHP Political Body Department of Management & Budget Citizens Safety Members
Slide 4 - Goals of the FFL Program Improve the quality of life for safety personnel Create a working environment conducive to maintaining healthy and physically fit fire fighters Reduce workers compensation costs and lost workdays
Slide 5 - Worker’s Compensation Claims
Slide 6 - Worker’s Compensation Claims
Slide 7 - 3 Year FFL Program Eligible members 3779 FY 2006/2007 Medical exam 12 hours fitness related cont. ed. FY 2007/2008 Medical exam 12 hours fitness related cont. ed. FY 2008/2009 Medical exam 12 hours fitness related cont. ed. Achieve 40 VO2 max, 24 push-ups, 35 crunches
Slide 8 - Year One FY 2006/2007 Medical exam 12 hours fitness related cont. ed. Program requirements Alcohol and Drug Stability Ball Training Cardiovascular Fitness
Slide 9 - Year one – Program compliance Medical and CEC requirements n=3779
Slide 10 - Year one averages n=2815 Age - 41.7 Height – 5’10” Weight – 196.7 lbs. % BF – 20.9% Treadmill Gerkin – 12:05 ( VO2 Max of 44.7) Bruce – 10:50 (VO2 Max. 39.6) Heart Rate – 178.9 Push-ups – 33.3 Curl-ups – 40.8
Slide 11 - How Aerobically Fit Does a Firefighter Need To Be?
Slide 12 - Cardiovascular Fitness n=2767 out of 2815
Slide 13 - Relationship Between Firefighting Suppression Tasks and Physical Fitness ‘While it can be argued that firefighters do not do sit-ups, push-ups and physical fitness test items during fire Suppression, the present investigation shows that the ability to perform these items is related to overall general conditioning and job related performance.” (Ergonomics - Williford, Duey, Olson, Howard and Wang, 1999)
Slide 14 - Physical Performance Measures as Major Predictors of Physical Work Capacity in Firefighters Push-ups, Sit-ups, chin-ups, and standing long jump reflect muscular strength, endurance and power – all attributes required to manipulate heavy loads. (Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise - Davis, Dotson, Santa Maria, 1981)
Slide 15 - All Three Fitness Requirements n= 2767out of 2815
Slide 16 - All Three Fitness Requirements Age Under 40 = 73% 40 – 49 = 52% 50+ = 33%
Slide 17 - Year Two FY 2007/2008 Medical exam 12 hours fitness related cont. ed. Program requirements Metabolic Syndrome Nutrition Designing a safe and effective exercise program
Slide 18 - Year Two stats n=320
Slide 19 - Wellness and Fitness Initiative WFI October 2007 Third Edition of the Wellness and Fitness Initiative will be released New Fitness protocols Alternative Push-up protocol New Curl-up protocol New Strength Test Jump Test
Slide 20 - New WFI Fitness protocols Optional Tests Modified Push Up Test (Push Up Stands) This test was chosen as an alternative to the standard push-up for individuals with a history of wrist or shoulder injury.
Slide 21 - New WFI Fitness protocols Prone Static Bridge: Core Stabilization Test Replaces Curl-up test
Slide 22 - New WFI Fitness protocols Optional Test Vertical Jump LEG POWER TEST Replaces Isometric Leg and Arm Dynamometer
Slide 23 - Discussion Are we going to comply with the WFI protocols? When and how are we going to implement these protocols?
Slide 24 - Key Points Understand and communicate the Vision Don’t be confined by “the box” Celebrate successful “small steps” Ensure quality of care and confidentiality Wellness must be a priority for all stakeholders involved
Slide 25 - Year Three FY 2008/2009 Medical exam 12 hours fitness related cont. ed. Achieve 40 VO2 max, 24 push-ups, 35 crunches