The Washington State Council of Fire Fighters provides a number of resources to keep members healthy and fit on the job, and to prevent work-related illness and injury.
University of Washington PPE Survey
The WSCFF Health & Safety Committee is working with UW to reduce incidence of cancer in the fire service. UW researchers want to hear from you.
PIIERS, the Personal Injury Illness Exposure Reporting System, allows you to document anonymously all your exposures to chemicals, smoke, toxins, diseases, injuries, and traumas throughout your career.
Healthy In, Healthy Out
Cancer Prevention is one of our biggest goals in the fire service. Learn about healthy practices from a fire fighter’s first day to retirement.
Stresses encountered by fire fighters in the course of their careers can have a cumulative impact on mental health and well being. Help is available.
DeCon & Clean Cab
The “clean cab concept” is an effective safety and health approach to maintaining a healthy and safe environment for firefighters. Learn more.
Nutrition, Fitness & Sleep
The connections between chronic and preventable disease associated with poor nutrition, obesity, and sleep are well-documented.
Get the latest updates on the corona virus from reliable sources. We’re working to keep our fire fighters, our families, and our community safe.