Posts Tagged ‘firefighter injury’


CSFA Legislative Update – April 17th, 2016 from Ted Schroll, Jr.

Connecticut State Firefighters Association House Bill Status Report (Click the link below to see the entire report)   House Bill Status Report April 17, 2016   All, The General Assembly was in session for 2 days this past week.  They did not pass anything that I was tracking. There was a new development this week […]

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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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URGENT MESSAGE: WE NEED CT FIRE SERVICE AT CAPITOL TUES. FEB 9TH AGAINST BUDGET CUTS

We Need Your Support in our Fight Against CT Fire Service Budget Cuts Attention all Connecticut Fire Chiefs, CSFA Members and friends of the Fire Service: Please read and share the following URGENT MESSAGE from our President: Greetings to all, The Governor’s proposed 2017 budget was released shortly after his speech last week. This budget […]

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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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Please Support the Rev. Edward Goetz Family GoFundMe Page

Please Support the Rev. Edward Goetz Family GoFundMe Page Firefighters and friends of the Connecticut Fire Service and EMS communities: Many of you know our chaplain, the Reverend Edward Goetz and his wife Cathleen Goetz. These esteemed, dedicated and respected Firefighters have helped countless CSFA members and their families over the years. Ed and Cathy […]

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CSFA Accepting 2016 Hall of Fame Nominations Until Nov. 1

Make your 2016 CT Firefighter Hall of Fame Nominations now! Download the CSFA Hall of Fame Nomination Form Save the Date: Wednesday April 6, 2016 – CSFA Eighth Annual Hall of Fame Dinner When: Wednesday, April 6th, 2016 Where: The Aqua Turf Club, 556 Mulberry Street, Plantsville, CT     CSFA Hall of Fame Award […]

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CT Firefighter Memorial Service this weekend – Sunday Sept. 27th in Windsor Locks

Memorial Service for CT Firefighters at Fire Academy,  Sunday Sept. 27th 12:30pm The 13th Annual Firefighters Memorial Service will be held Sunday, September 27th, 2015 at the Connecticut Fire Academy in Windsor Locks. The service will begin at 12:30pm. Connecticut Firefighters, families and friends statewide are urged to attend as the following Firefighters will be […]

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CSFA Legislative Update – May 19, 2015 from Ted Schroll, Jr.

An Update for CT Firefighters from the CSFA Lobbyist at the State Capitol: All, As the end nears, there is more activity.  I have pared down the listing this week to remove all of the bills that have died.  We continue to work on passage of H.B. #5871 the Cancer bill & H.B. #6776 the Just Cause bill.  […]

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