Posts Tagged ‘firefighter insurance’


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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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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A Note to CT Firefighters about “Just Cause” Legislation from the CSFA lobbyist at the State Capitol

A Note for CT Firefighters about “Just Cause” Legislation Subject: Just Cause Legislation Reply-To: T SCHROLL <thschroll@snet.net> A little over a week ago, I asked specific Fire Chief officers to contact their local legislators to pass H. B. #6776, AN ACT CONCERNING JUST CAUSE DISMISSALS FOR MUNICIPAL FIRE CHIEFS out of the Planning & Development committee.  All […]

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Spread the word: Important News for CT Firefighters from the CSFA lobbyist at the State Capitol

A Special Note from Ted Schroll, Jr., May 12, 2015: I have been asked by the UPFFA to make contact with as many of our members as possible requesting some assistance.  The subject bill is the bill that would provide for workers’ comp coverage for firefighters who contract certain cancers.  They would be considered job-related.  […]

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CSFA Legislative Update – April 28, 2015 from Ted Schroll, Jr.

Here’s the latest CT House Bill Status Report from Ted Scroll, Jr:      (click the link below to see the entire report): CSFA 2015 House Bill Status Report CSFA Online 2015  

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CSFA Legislative Update – February 16, 2015 from Ted Schroll, Jr.

All, Just a quick rundown since I sent info on last Wed.  Public hearings coming up this week include; Tues. 2/17  Public Safety H.B. #6776 (Just Cause for Dismissal of Fire Chiefs), S.B. #475, #631, & S.B. 902 (PTSD W/C coverage for police officers & firefighters). Tues. 2/17 Labor H.B. #5871 (Cancer W/C coverage for firefighters). Thurs. 2/19 […]

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CSFA announces the 2014 Annual Convention & Parade in Litchfield, CT – Friday, Sept. 19 – through Sunday, Sept. 21

  The 2014 CSFA Convention and Parade – Friday Sept. 19 through Sunday Sept. 21   CSFA welcomes all family and friends of the Fire Service to join the family fun at our 131st annual Convention weekend and parade. This year the Connecticut State Firefighters Association proudly joins the Litchfield Fire Department as it celebrates […]

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CSFA Legislative Update – April 21, 2014 from Ted Schroll, Jr. with House Bill Status Report

  All, The General Assembly continues to move along at it’s usual pace.  The House met two days this week; the Senate met one day.  Because of the short session year, some bills are only now being published and placed on their respective calendars.  You will note that some of those just arriving on the […]

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