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NCFMA Scholarship 

Residential Fire Sprinklers Save Lives!
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Welcome to NCFMA.com!

 

The North Carolina Fire Marshal's Association and the North Carolina County Fire Marshal's Association have merged to form one, unified organization dedicated to the protection of life and property to the citizens of North Carolina.  The Association promotes safety through active involvement in the code development process and continuing education for our membership.  

If you have any questions concerning the association and improvements, please don't hesitate to contact the association through the Contact page on this site.  Thanks for visiting and see you at the next meeting.

 

A webpage developed to purchase NC Fire Marshal's Association hats, shirts and other merchandise.

All profits from sales go to benefit the association membership training programs and expenses.

Email Jonathan Leonard at jpleonard@ci.charlotte.nc.us if you are interested in purschasing a shirt, hat, coins, or coffee mug

 Training & Education 

Click here to checkout our Training and Education Page for new class announcements.

If you know of a training opportunity that you would like to broadcast to the NCFMA, just let us know and we will share it with our members and post it on our site.
(Submit Training Here)
Gary Styers & Manly
Announcements 

The next NCFMA meeting will be durning the NC Fire Chief's Mid-Winter Conference, Feb. 5th.  Executive Board Meets at 10:00 am, regular meeting is at 1:00 pm

The North Carolina Fire Chief's Association is now accepting nomimnations for NC Fire Chief of the Year

http://www.ncafc.com/FireChiefoftheYearNominationForm.html


 

Newsletters 
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Click this link to access the latest NCOSFM Engineering Newsletters.
NC State Firemen's Association
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IFMA Quarterly Newsletters
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NFPA Fire Service Section
Click this link to access the latest NFPA Fire Service Section News.
News Releases 
RALEIGH -- Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Wayne Goodwin is reminding parents and caregivers to take special precautions to protect children from the dangers of battery-operated gadgets as we enter the traditional start of the gift-giving season...
RALEIGH -- Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Wayne Goodwin is reminding North Carolinians to be especially aware of kitchen and cooking safety on Thanksgiving, when it is easy to be distracted by activity and people in the home...
RALEIGH -- Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Wayne Goodwin launched 2014 Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 5-11, by declaring Oct. 8 Family Fire Drill Day and urging everyone to uphold this year's campaign theme, "Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives – Test Yours Every Month."...
RALEIGH -- Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Wayne Goodwin announced today that the Department of Insurance Office of State Fire Marshal is partnering with several local, state and national organizations to provide working smoke alarms and fire safety education to residents of Sampson County...
RALEIGH -- Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Wayne Goodwin warns North Carolinians about the dangers of fireworks as they celebrate the upcoming July 4th weekend...
RALEIGH -- Safe Kids North Carolina, a statewide program housed within the North Carolina Department of Insurance Office of State Fire Marshal, is reminding parents and caregivers about important safety tips in an effort to reduce child drownings, near-drownings and entrapments in swimming pools, spas and other bodies of water...
RALEIGH -- — Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Wayne Goodwin today congratulates the North Carolina Department of Insurance Office of State Fire Marshal and the North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry on their successful partnership to help make seniors' homes safe from fire...
RALEIGH -- During this year's holiday season, Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Wayne Goodwin is reminding North Carolina families to prevent fires and injuries by taking a few simple steps when decorating, cooking, entertaining and heating their homes...
RALEIGH -- Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Wayne Goodwin launched 2013 Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 6-12, by declaring Oct. 9 Family Fire Drill Day and urging everyone to uphold this year’s campaign theme, "Prevent Kitchen Fires."...
RALEIGH -- Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin, the Governor’s Highway Safety Program and local fire and law enforcement officials came together today at Reynolds Fire Department in Asheville to kick off North Carolina’s 2013 Child Passenger Safety Week — a blitz of safety and child seat...
 International Residential Fire Sprinkler Coalition 

About IRC Fire Sprinkler Coalition
 
Founded in 2007, the IRC Fire Sprinkler Coalition has grown to include more than 100 regional,
national and international public safety organizations, including associations representing 44 states, all of which support the mission of promoting residential fire sprinkler systems as a standard feature in new home construction.  The Coalition was formed to educate public policymakers on the value of residential sprinkler systems and to support related legislation. 

More information can be found at www.IRCFireSprinkler.org.

IRC Fire Sprinkler Coalition News Releases

IRC Resources

Free WebCast DVD Offer
 

 Inspector/Investigator Safety 
Firefighter Asbestos Exposure Risk

Firefighters are exposed to dangers and risks every day of their working lives, but one risk that few people consider is their heightened risk of exposure to asbestos. Asbestos, a naturally occurring mineral that was used in construction for decades during the 1900s, is a known carcinogen that increases the risk of many types of cancer. It also causes serious respiratory diseases and disorders, including asbestosis, pleural plaques and pleural fibrosis. For more up to date information on asbestos exposure and the health risks associated with it, please visit the Mesothelioma Center.

Click here for more information on this serious health risk to firefighters.

Click here to download a larger image of the asbestos hazards found in the home diagram.

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NC FIre Marshal's Yahoo Group

The NCFMA would like to invite you to join the NCFireMarshal's Yahoo Group.  This group was established for members to network, pass along information, ask and discuss questions to other members of the NCFMA and NCCFMA about topics important in the world of Fire Prevention, Inspection, Investigation and Emergency Management.

Membership is open to any County or City fire department personnel. If you would like to join this group please click here.

North Carolina Fire Marshal's Association
c/o NCOSFM
1202 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1202

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