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To: WSCFF Locals
From: Dennis Lawson, President
The Washington State Council of Fire Fighters is pleased to present the 2018 “Ricky J. Walsh” Fully Involved Award application process. The award shall be presented to those who have, as union members, proven their commitment to the greater good, dedicated their time and energy to better their local and/or those around them, and have placed others before self. The Fully Involved Award is our way to highlight members’ work, dedication, and commitment to our profession and our great union.
A member may be nominated by his or her local, other locals, and/or the WSCFF Executive Board. A name presented for consideration must include the member’s full name, local number, and the reason he or she should be considered. Be as detailed as possible when submitting a name. An individual may be nominated for his or her work on a specific project, or over the course of his or her career.
The WSCFF President has appointed a committee of five (5) WSCFF board members who will review the nominees and provide a recommendation to the WSCFF Executive Board.
Nominations will open on February 1, and close on March 31, 2018. To be considered, letters must be emailed or postmarked on or before March 31, 2018.
Emailed submissions will be sent to WSCFF@wscff.org with Fully Involved in the subject line or mail them to the WSCFF office, ATTN: Fully Involved.
We know there are many members doing great work and look forward to your submissions.
Dennis J. Lawson
Washington State Council of Fire Fire Fighters
253.732.1844DO YOU LOVE DOGS?CONSIDER HELPING OUT THIS NONPROFIT!All proceeds will benefit animal rescues organizations, animal rehabilitation organizations and service animal training groups. We will be featuring 12 organizations in the calendar printed on the pages and an additional 12 at the calendar unveiling in July in cooperation with the Humane Society’s Dog-A-Thon campaign.
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.
Copies are now available in Spanish or click for flipbook.
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.
Funding and support for this project has been provided by the State of Washington, Department of Labor and Industries, Safety & Health Investment Projects.
“American Income Life Insurance Company is a 100% Union Insurance Company. We provide a group Accidental Death and Dismemberment Benefit for all members of your Local at no cost. The union will be sending a letter to all members and enclosed with the letter is a response card with which the members can designate their beneficiary intent. All members who return the card will be contacted by an American Income Life representative for delivery of their no cost benefits and members will have the option on a voluntary basis to purchase additional supplemental insurance benefits.” OR EMAIL www.ailife.com/benefits/sgjjg.