The North Carolina State Firefighters' Association Board and Staff are proud to announce the 2017 Scholarship and Grant recipients. NCSFA awards $252,000 in scholarships and grants divided amongst our 3 regions. The scholarships and grants are awarded to qualified NCSFA member firefighters and … [Read more...] about 2017 NCSFA Scholarship and Grant Recipients
The 2017 Fire Service Legislative Day was held May 4, 2017 and had record breaking attendance from across the state. We want to thank everyone who joined us and visited their representatives of the NC House and Senate at the General Assembly. It is hard to imagine what would make a bigger impact … [Read more...] about 2017 Fire Service Legislative Day
The Office of the NC State Firefighters’ Association suffered extensive damage due to a fire in a six story lightweight construction building being built across the street. It was a five alarm fire for the City of Raleigh and their crews did a fantastic job. The office has sustained significant … [Read more...] about Damage to the NCSFA Office from Downtown Raleigh Fire
News on Your Public Safety Answering Points (Communication Centers) Greg Hauser represents the NC Fire Service on the State 911 Board. In an effort to keep the fire service engaged and make local dispatch centers effective for the fire service, he suggest involvement at the local level … [Read more...] about News on Your Public Safety Answering Points (Communication Centers)
The Gatlinburg Firefighters Association has established the Gatlinburg Public Safety Employees Wildfire Relief Fund to aid those Gatlinburg Firefighters and Police Officers who lost their homes and contents in the fire, which in part spread from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park into the … [Read more...] about Fund For Gatlinburg, TN First Responders
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The Board of the North Carolina State Firemen's Association recognizes the importance of being actively involved in Legislative issues affecting our members, as well as issues affecting the delivery of emergency services to our citizens. By building an informed advocacy network we have an increased … [Read more...] about Legislative Issues Facing North Carolina Firefighters
Last year the General Assembly passed HB 698 which allowed Fire Chief’s to conduct criminal background checks on new and existing personnel, volunteer or career. These checks (G.S. 143B-943) are at the Chief’s discretion, and the information may be used to consider employment or … [Read more...] about Criminal History Checks on Firefighters and Rescue Members