This year’s FPW campaign, “Not Every Hero Wears a Cape. Plan and Practice Your Escape!” works to educate everyone about the small but important actions they can take to keep themselves and those around them safe.
Did you know?
In a typical home fire, you may have as little as one to two minutes to escape safely from the time the smoke alarm sounds. Escape planning and practice can help you make the most of the time you have, giving everyone enough time to get out.
The next meeting of the CT Fire Marshals Association will be held on Tuesday, June 11th 2019 at the Manor Inn in SouthingtonThe Winners of the invention Convention have been invited to attend the meeting and present their inventions. The Board of Directors will meet at 0800 Breakfast will be served at 0900 with the meeting to follow Agenda for the meeting will be sent our prior to the meeting. We are asking that members planning on attending to RSVP to the President via email to NorthCanaanFM@gmail.com by noon on Thursday June 6th so an accurate count can be given to the venue for food. Hope to see you all there.
2019 CFMA DUES NOTICE: Please click here to download the 2019 Dues Notice.
The 2019 15th Annual Connecticut Fire Marshals Association Ed Bacon Golf Outing has been cancelled for 2019. Thank you for your support over the yeaars & we will try again next year.
Thank you for attending the Connecticut Fire Marshals Association Annual Meeting & Conference on April 11-12, 2019 In Berlin CT at Eversource. If you need a certificate of attendance please contact Peter Wilse. Click Here for Brochure and Registration Information.
The Connecticut Fire Marshals Association unites for the mutual benefit and professionalism of all certified Fire Marshals, their Deputies and Inspectors of the State of Connecticut and all other persons engaged in the prevention of fire and protection of life and property. The Association acts as a central resource for exchange of professional knowledge among its members for the purpose of assisting one another in the performance of their duties, in the conduct of their professional activities and to correlate these activities in their efforts to reduce fire loss while promoting education and training, research, legislation and regulations for improving fire safety and prevention.