Link to the IAFF Financial Corp deferred comp administered by Nationwide Retirement.
The Firefighter Cancer Support Network (FCSN) is to provide timely assistance to all fire service members and their families in the event of cancer diagnosis.
You are covered by the life insurance policy even if you do not return the card. “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.
Washington State Labor Council
How to Become a Washington State Professional Fire Fighter
Updated On: Mar 15, 2019
HOW TO BECOME A WASHINGTON STATE FIRE FIGHTER
There is no single path to become a fire fighter in Washington State, but there are some basic qualifications: you should be over 18 years of age, have earned a high school diploma or GED, and possess a valid driver’s license.
The WSFF JATC offers career fire fighters a disciplined career training and development program which integrates:
On the Job Training (OJT) · Professional Certifications – IFSAC, ProBoard · College level Academic Studies We accomplish this continuous career development program by partnering with the Community and Technical Colleges to deliver these integrated programs modeled after International Fire Chiefs Association –
Fire Science degrees are offered at several educational institutions around the state, including: