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Update: COVID-19 Corona Virus

The IAFF website has the most up to date information including answers to Frequently Asked Questions.  IAFF District Vice President Ricky Walsh and WSCFF President Lawson have issued guidance for WSCFF members including a list of resources.

COVID-19 Updates

Report Exposures on PIIERS

Members should document all on the job exposures including COVID-19.  Log on or create an account on the  Personal Injury Illness Exposure Reporting System

Submit and View Daily COVID-19 Report

We Can Do Better

At this pivotal point in our country's history, the WSCFF is proud to stand with our brothers and sisters across this great state and nation and say, black lives matter! Racism, bias and intolerance must end. We can do better -- we will do better!

Personal Injury Illness Exposure Reporting System PIIERS

PIIERS allows you to document all your exposures to chemicals, smoke, toxins, diseases, injuries and traumas throughout your career. All information is confidential and anonymous. Register today!

WSCFF Office will reopen Monday, July 6, 2020

The WSCFF office will reopen on Monday, July 6, 2020 with COVID-19 protocols in place. Office hours will be 8:30 - 4:30 Monday -Thursday. If you're able to conduct your business with us by phone or email, please do.

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.

 

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Meet Retirees Association Board Member Roy Orlando

Meet Retirees Association Board Member Roy Orlando

Roy Orland was hired at 21 and served the Tacoma Fire Department for 39 years in various positions within the Operations and Training Divisions. He retired as a lieutenant in 2012 and considers himself fortunate to have been actively involved in monitoring pension legislation and union benefits both before and after his retirement. His vision […]

We Can Do Better!

We Can Do Better!

At this pivotal point in our country’s history, the Washington State Council of Fire Fighters is proud to stand with our brothers and sisters across this great state and nation and say, black lives matter! Racism, bias, and intolerance must end if we are to achieve what is described in our Declaration of Independence “ […]

Retirees Association Moves Forward

Retirees Association Moves Forward

The newly formed WSCFF Retirees Association is dedicated to inspiring, organizing and building a robust, empowered community for retired firefighters.  The Retirees Association Board, made up of LEOFF 1 and LEOFF 2 retired members, was not able to meet in person, as planned, in April.  Nonetheless they continue to move forward to serve the growing […]

WSCFF Locals Provide Critical Information on COVID-19 Quarantine

WSCFF Locals Provide Critical Information on COVID-19 Quarantine

Jeff Wainwright, WSCFF 2nd District Representative and Chair of the WSCFF Wildland Committee, represents the WSCFF at the Washington State Fire Defense Committee (FDC). Here, he reports on the birth of the COVID-19 Quarantine Report.

WSCFF President Dennis Lawson Calls on “Freedom” Foundation to Stop Harassing Fire Fighters

WSCFF President Dennis Lawson Calls on “Freedom” Foundation to Stop Harassing Fire Fighters

On Friday, WSCFF President Dennis Lawson called on State Policy Network President Tracie Sharp and the “Freedom” Foundation to stop harrassing fire fighters at their homes.

Upcoming Events

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Aug 25 - Aug 27
Tue - Thu

WSCFF 81st Annual Convention

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Jan 25 - Jan 27
Mon - Wed

2020 IAFF Convention

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Feb 2 - Feb 3
Tue - Wed

WSCFF Legislative Conference

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