Accomplishments and Achievements

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Here's a brief snapshot of the IAFC's recent activities that are focused on ensuring your success as a leader in the fire and emergency service. View full list

  • In April, the IAFC president testified before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s Subcommittee on Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Materials about reauthorizing pipeline safety legislation.
  • On April 9, the IAFC joined with other fire service organizations to push for funding of the Firefighter Cancer Registry in FY 2020.
  • The IAFC Program Planning Committee has begun preparations for a new and improved Fire-Rescue International conference and expo. #GetReady
  • In May, VCOS held the 4th annual Symposium in the West. Attendees learned about leadership, cancer prevention, mental wellness and bullying prevention.
  • In June, the IAFC kicked off its second official IAFC Diversity Executive Leadership Program (iDELP), a two-year program bringing together a group of current and future leaders to help foster a diverse and inclusive leadership and workforce.
  • The IAFC launched the new iCHIEFS Podcasts that includes leaders discussing hot-button issues.
  • IAFC leaders have represented the association by attending various regional events and participating on conference calls with other fire service organizations.
  • The IAFC's Digital Center launched the Community Safety Grant web page to provide information on accessing grant services.
  • The WUI Chief's Guide was released as a resource to help chiefs of all experience levels mitigate, respond to and recover from WUI events.

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