WSCFF

Washington State Council of Fire Fighters

The Washington State Council of Fire Fighters (WSCFF) works to provide the best possible working conditions, the safest work environment, and the fairest wages and benefits to fulfill the needs of Washington State fire fighters. We also look out for the communities we serve to ensure that our departments are providing the best emergency response possible to protect our citizens.

Welcome to our new website!

Please note: The WSCFF office will be closed June 17-24th, 2019 during the WSCFF 80th Annual Convention.  If you need immediate assistance, please contact your District Representative.

Power Through Participation

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PIIERS - Personal Injury Illness Reporting System

PIIERS - Personal Injury Illness Reporting System

Document all job-related injuries, illnesses, and exposures to hazards – including emotional traumas.

Northwest Fire Fighters Benefits Trust

Northwest Fire Fighters Benefits Trust

Understand your fire fighter benefits, get resources, tools, and help with applications.

Healthy In, Healthy Out

Healthy In, Healthy Out

Safe and healthy practices from your first day as a fire fighter to retirement.

Upcoming Events

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Jun18Tue

WSCFF 80th Annual Convention

9:00 am

Hyatt Regency Lake Washington

Jul12Fri

22nd Annual Jimmy Cason Memorial Golf Tournament

9:00 am

Meadow Park Golf Course

Jul17Wed

Fill the Brewery

6:00 pm

Cash Brewing Company

Jul20Sat

Fire in the Park

9:00 am

Esther Short Park

Jul21Sun

FireFighter Appreciation Day

1:10 pm

T-Mobile Park

The Council Connection

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Hook and Batter?

Hook and Batter?

Ann Hoag is known for her tasty confectionary creations.  Not many people, she says, “get to save lives and bake cakes.”  But Hoag, from Local 2024, does both.

Longstanding Partnership Provides Critical Gear to Peruvian Fire Fighters

Longstanding Partnership Provides Critical Gear to Peruvian Fire Fighters

Jorge Gomez and Kurt Loechle Duarte travelled from Peru to attend the IAFF-WSCFF Educational Seminar to meet with WSCFF members and receive a contribution of gear from the Spokane Fire Department.

Governor Inslee Signs Bill Expanding Presumptive Coverage

Governor Inslee Signs Bill Expanding Presumptive Coverage

HB1913 is signed into law—expanding presumptive coverage for cancer related to the occupation and adding protections for other public safety workers.

Fire Ops:  From the Other End of the Ladder

Fire Ops: From the Other End of the Ladder

My shadow talks loudly through his mask — “You got this! I’m right behind you. You’re going to do great. Ready?”

WSCFF.org is BRAND NEW!

WSCFF.org is BRAND NEW!

Welcome to the new WSCFF.org website! For months, the WSCFF has been working behind the scenes to create a better online experience for our members.