The Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) announced that Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska will serve as the chair of the Congressional Fire Services Caucus for the 117th Congress.
Congressman King has distinguished himself for his support of public safety, including the fire and emergency services.
As a five-term U.S. Senator, Sarbanes paved the way for Congress to create the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation in 1992 and helped secure the location for the National Fallen Firefighters Memorial in Emmitsburg, Maryland.
The deadline for submitting applications is January 15, 2021.
The Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) and Motorola Solutions proudly recognize Dr. Lori Moore-Merrell as the recipient of the 2020 Mason Lankford Fire Service Leadership Award.
Chief Siarnicki is replacing Chief Greg Cade of the National Fire Protection Association, who served as Chairman for three years.
Today (April 30th) is the day the Congressional Fire Services Institute (CFSI) was supposed to host the 32nd Annual National Fire and Emergency Services Dinner — an event to have been attended by 1,500 fire and emergency services leaders across the country to pay tribute to the dedication and commitment of our nation’s firefighters and emergency services personnel.
Host Bobby Halton talks with Bill Webb, executive director of the Congressional Fire Services Institute, on how Congress can work with and for the fire service.
Chief Ray currently serves as the President of the National Fire Sprinkler Association.
President Richard Nixon appointed him to serve on the National Commission for Fire Prevention and Control in 1970, which produced the landmark report, AMERICA BURNING.