click UPCOMING EVENTS
2017 WSCFF Legislative Conference – Hotel RL Olympia
Board Meeting: January 29 & 31
Conference: January 30-31
Details: Registration will begin at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, January 30. The conference will start at 9:00 a.m. with a review of our legislative agenda. Your district representative will make your appointments with your legislators and notify you of your meeting schedule. On Monday only, between 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., The WSCFF will provide buses to shuttle you between the Hotel RL and the Capitol for your meetings.
Legislative Reception: Monday January 30, 6:30 p.m. (a buffet-style dinner will be available to fire fighters at 5:30 prior to the Legislative Reception). At this function, please seek out your legislators for follow-up discussions. You will not need to check in or register for this reception; simply proceed into the banquet room. This will help relieve congestion for legislators and guests who do need to check-in and pick up nametags at the registration desk.
We will begin at 9:00 a.m. Tuesday morning, with an overview and wrap-up session.
IAFF 7th District Fire Ops 101 – HAMMER, Richland WA
Reception: March 23
Fire Ops: March 24 IAFF/WSCFF
Educational Seminar– The Davenport Hotel, Spokane
Board Meeting: April 24 & 28
Seminar: April 25-27
WSCFF Annual Convention – Yakima Convention Center, Yakima
Board Meeting: June 18, 19 & 23
Convention: June 20-22
IAFF 7th District Young Members Conference
TBD WSCFF/WFC No Secrets Symposium – Hotel RL Olympia
Reception: November 8
Symposium: November 9-10
Healthy-In, Healthy Out
After more than two years of dedicated work, the efforts to produce a best practices manual for reducing fire fighter risk of exposures to carcinogens has come to fruition. Healthy In, Healthy Out is now available for all fire fighters in Washington. To get copies for your members, call the WSCFF office at 360-943-3030.
Watch the Healthy-In, Healthy Out VIDEO for more best practices protocols.
Our gratitude to Beth Gallup of Local 1747 for leading the effort and the team of dedicated members and professionals who worked diligently to help our members protect themselves: Bob Carroll, Local 452; Charles Cordova, Local 2898; Bob Dirham, Local 1296; Brian Dodge, Bates & Local 1747; Scott Ervin, Local 2024; Dan Griffey, Local 2394; J. Havner, Local 27; Bill Hoover, Local 2545 & Firefighters Cancer Support Network; Jenny Keizer, Kent Fire Department; Dean Shelton, Local 3219 & WSCFF 10th District Rep.; Brad Thompson, Valley Regional Fire Authority; Adam Villard, Local 3811.Paused
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