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 DC     Joint Coucil Representation 2024UNH Tonya Hoover

Connecticut Fire Marshals and Joint Council of Fire Service Organizations busy in Washington DC

Connecticut Fire Marshals Association President Terrance Dunn and Second Vice President Patrick Tourville represented the association at the 34th Annual National Fire and Emergency Services Symposium in Washington DC. During the time in Washington, they and other members of the Connecticut Joint Council of Fire Service organizations meet with Senators and Representatives from Connecticut to voice concerns which need attention in the fire service fields. The group also had the pleasure to meet with Tanya Hoover Deputy U.S. Fire Administrator and Lester Rich Deputy Superintendent of DHS / FEMA/ USFA / NFA with students from the University of New Haven.

 CT Fire Academy Sprinkler Demonstration Trailer 

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CT Statewide Model Plan Maintenance and Remediation of Toxic Substances on Turnout Gear

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Administrative Search Warrants

Administrative Search Warrant Application template


CFMA Dues Notice 

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Connecticut State Fire Safey Code and Connecticut State Fire Prevention Code Erratas Click here to download 


ICC Connecticut Specific Code Books are avaiable through the ICC web site Click here   


NFPA 1 and NFPA 101 with Connecticut Amendments Set 2022 Edition are Available

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NFPA 2024 Fire Prevention Theme

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Fire Prevention Week™ (FPW™) is October 6-12, 2024

NFPA Fire Prevention Week (FPW)

This year’s FPW campaign, “Smoke alarms: Make them work for you!™” strives to educate everyone about the importance of having working smoke alarms in the home. Learn more about the history of FPW.


 Be sure to get the right message out with the NFPA's Educational Message Advisory Committee Desk Reference.