Posts Tagged ‘Fire Department’


It’s not too late to participate! Help CSFA Convention 2016… We Need Fire Trucks!!!

Bring Your Fire Truck to Help the Connecticut State Firefighters Convention Sept 16-18 It’s not too late to be part of tradition and celebration at the CSFA Convention in New London County this year. Just because there won’t be a parade at this year’s convention weekend does not mean that your Fire Department Apparatus can’t […]

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Gov. Malloy’s Bond Commission Approves $13.2 Million for New Torrington Fire School in Burrville

Project to Replace Outdated Regional Fire School in Burrville Can Begin Torrington Fire School Project to Begin Soon in Burrville Members of the Connecticut State Firefighters Association thanked Governor Malloy in Hartford for the bond allocation approval Tuesday morning. Pictured above from left to right: Chief James Koser, Litchfield Fire Department and CSFA County Vice-President; […]

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Update: CSFA 2016 Convention Details and Schedule for New London County, Sept. 16-18

Here’s the latest for the upcoming convention weekend:                             New London County Fire Chiefs’ Association                              2016 Firefighters Convention Committee                                     PO Box 221, Oakdale CT 06370-0221     May 15, 2016 Dear Brother Firefighters, The New London County Fire Chiefs Association will be hosting the 133rd annual Convention of the […]

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CSFA Firefighters in New London County 2016 Convention, Sept. 16-18

Connecticut State Firefighters Association 2016 Convention, New London!!! For the past several weeks, firefighters across the state have been at work behind the scenes preparing for the annual CSFA Convention Weekend. The Connecticut State Firefighters Association is proud to announce that the New London County Fire Chiefs Association has stepped up to sponsor, coordinate and […]

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CSFA Legislative Update – March 30th, 2016 from Ted Schroll, Jr.

(Click the link below to see the entire report)   CSFA House Bill Status Report March 30th, 2016 All, There have been no General Assembly sessions since last week so little has happened to report.  Besides this was a 4 day week.  The House & Senate are scheduled to be in session on Tuesday 3/29.  It […]

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CT Fire Chiefs Host Interactive Summit April 1st & 2nd – Registration extended to include Walk-ins

Connecticut Fire Chiefs Address Burning Issues in the Fire Service The Connecticut Volunteer Workforce Solutions Program in partnership with the Connecticut Fire Chiefs Association will be hosting an interactive fire service summit designed to bring together fire departments from across Connecticut to discuss and problem-solve important issues facing the fire service. The Chiefs have extended […]

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CSFA Legislative Update – March 21st, 2016 from Ted Schroll, Jr.

CT House Bill Status Report from our Lobbyist Ted Scroll, Jr.   (Click the link below to see the entire report) CSFA House Bill Status Report March 21st, 2016 All, Many bills were JF’d (moved out) of committee this week.  One bill of particular interest is H. B. #5518.  This bill would place a surcharge […]

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An urgent message from the CSFA Pres re: our work toward cancer coverage for all CT Firefighters

All members, please read the following note from the president of the Connecticut State Firefighters Association: Ted Schroll and Leon Collins attended a meeting of the firefighter’s cancer working group on January 27, 2016. It has been discussed that only firefighters who are CURRENTLY CERTIFIED as interior firefighters (both career and volunteers) will be eligible […]

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CSFA Announces 2016 Hall of Fame Nominees and Annual Dinner on April 7, 2016

CT Firefighters prep for CSFA Hall of Fame Dinner 2016 It’s time to buy your tickets and make plans to celebrate the best of the Bravest – the Connecticut State Firefighters Association has announced the list of Nominees to be honored at the 2016 CSFA Hall of Fame Dinner.  Firefighters and many others statewide are […]

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CSFA makes Firefighters’ Hazardous Exposure Report available for download.

Firefighters’ Hazardous Exposure Report As Firefighters face more and more potentially toxic contaminants on the job, it is increasingly important to document each exposure. Fire Departments here in Connecticut should complete a Firefighters’ Hazardous Exposure Report. (click link for download) We know that some Departments already use this form, but many more need to begin […]

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