Chester County Fire Chiefs Association
Chester County Fire Chiefs Association
Chester County Fire Chiefs Association
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The Chester County Fire Chiefs Association Gives a Mother’s Day Salute to the Volunteer Moms Who Help Keep Chester County Lives Safe Every Day

CCFCA, May 11

As we celebrate Mother’s Day this year, the Chester County Fire Chiefs Association gives a special thank you to all moms who volunteer to keep Chester County lives safe and encourages more to do the same by learning about volunteer opportunities at www.helpfightfire.com.

For six women profiled below, and the countless other moms like them, volunteering isn’t just a hobby. It’s a duty; a way to give ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Chester County Walk Works 1st Responder Challenge

CCFCA, March 29

Who will win!? Starting April 7th, it’s Team Fire vs. Team Law Enforcement vs. Team EMS. Join a team to be included in the competition. All are welcome to join and support the team of their choice! The competition runs from April 7th to June 5th. A donation will be made to the Chester County Hero Fund in the name of the winning team.

Use the following links to join a team. Once you join a ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chester County Fire Chiefs Association Launches Volunteer Recruitment Campaign

CCFCA, March 24

The Chester County Fire Chiefs Association (CCFCA) is excited to announce it has launched a new volunteer recruitment and awareness campaign.

The focus of this new campaign will be to promote the importance of volunteerism and encourage residents to become a firefighter, fire police, EMT, junior firefighter or administrative volunteer by visiting HelpFightFire.com.

The CCFCA is the advisory body ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Kidde Recalls Dual Sensor Smoke Alarm Due to Potential Safety Risk

CCFCA, March 23

Kidde has announced a recall of dual-sensor smoke alarms due to an error that can compromise the smoke alarm's ability to detect smoke. See the below release from the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the attached links from Kidde & the CPSC for additional information:

Name of product: Kidde dual-sensor (photoelectric and ionization) smoke alarms – models PI2010 and PI9010.

Hazard: A yellow ... (Full Story & Photos)

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CLASS CANCELLATION for Saturday March 3rd, 2018

CCFCA, March 02

The Rick Lasky Five Alarm Leadership class scheduled for Saturday March 3rd has been cancelled and is rescheduled until Saturday September 8th. When registration becomes available for this date, it will be posted.... (Full Story)


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