WSCFF

Report Exposures

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

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WSCFF Benevolent Fund Scholarships Available

The application period for WSCFF Benevolent Fund scholarships is open. The deadline for submission is March 15, 2021. Dependents of current and retired WSCFF members are eligible to apply.

Healthy in Healthy Out

Healthy In, Healthy Out Teaches Best Practices for Reducing Risk

A fire service career includes exposure to carcinogens at every fire. This manual encourages safe and healthy practices from the first day on the job to retirement.

Document Exposures on PIIERS

Use the Personal Injury Illness and Exposures System to document and keep a record of on the job exposures to harmful chemicals and conditions throughout your career.

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 WSCFF Retirees Association Bruce Baurichter

Meet WSCFF Retirees Association Bruce Baurichter

Bruce Baurichter was appointed to the initial WSCFF Retirees Association Board in March 2020, as a LEOFF Plan 2 retiree.   Starting at a young age, Bruce showed an undeniable work ethic, learning whatever he could from his employers, and has been the beneficiary of many great mentors. His first job as a middle schooler was a big one, maintaining five acres of an estate owned by the superintendent of the […]

2020 Election Update and 2021 Legislative Session Preview

2020 Election Update and 2021 Legislative Session Preview

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2020 Wildland Season Report

2020 Wildland Season Report

Wildland Fire and Mobilization Committee Chair Jeff Wainwright reports on the recently concluded 2020 Wildland Fire Season — one of the worst in Washington history.

Meet Chaplain Pat Ellis

Meet Chaplain Pat Ellis

Pat Ellis has provided invaluable service to many WSCFF members and their families. He is a career public safety chaplain, president of the Washington State Fallen Fire Fighter Foundation, and an Honorary Fire Fighter.

WSCFF Endorses Governor Jay Inslee for Re-election

WSCFF Endorses Governor Jay Inslee for Re-election

Citing a long and productive working relationship between Governor Jay Inslee and the WSCFF, President Dennis Lawson announced that delegates to the WSCFF convention overwhelmingly voted to endorse Governor Jay Inslee for re-election.  “We support those who support our issues”, says Lawson. Inslee has been a friend to fire fighters, who volunteered to serve as […]

Upcoming Events

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Jan 25 - Jan 27
Mon - Wed

2020 IAFF Convention

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Apr 20 - Apr 22
Tue - Thu

IAFF-WSCFF 2021 Jointly-Sponsored Educational Seminar

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Three Rivers Convention Center
May 10 - May 13
Mon - Thu

New Fire Fighters Conference 2021

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Red Lion Columbia Center, Kennewick
Jun 22 - Jun 24
Tue - Thu

WSCFF 82nd Annual Convention

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SeaTac DoubleTree