What does the IAFF do for firefighters?

What does the IAFF do for firefighters?

The IAFF is a 310,000 member trade union protecting and advancing the interests of career firefighters and fire-based paramedics in the United States and Canada. With over 3,300 local affiliates, the IAFF represents over 85% of professional firefighters and fire-based paramedics.

How many IAFF locals are there?

California Professional Firefighters takes pride in what it has done on behalf of all in the fire service. But it is our members that really make the engine run. We are proud to claim over 175 IAFF locals as CPF affiliates, serving more than 30,000 paid professional firefighters.

How many IAFF districts are there?

The IAFF, headquartered in Washington, DC with a Canadian Office in downtown Ottawa Ontario, is North America’s leader in public and fire fighter safety. Our 23,300 Canadian members belong to 182 local affiliates and six provincial associations.

What IAFF Local is FDNY?

International Association of Fire Fighters
The FDNY headquarters is located at 9 MetroTech Center in Downtown Brooklyn, and the FDNY Fire Academy is located on Randalls Island. The International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) locals are 94 and 854….New York City Fire Department.

Operational area
IAFF 94 and 854
Facilities and equipment
Divisions 14
Battalions 53

How much does the president of the IAFF make?

Executives Listed on Filing

Name Title Total Salary
Harold Schaitberger GENERAL PRESIDENT $371,208
Jim Lee CHIEF OF STAFF (TERM. DECEMBER 2018) $251,688
Mathew Golsteyn CHIEF OF OPERATIONS $236,868

Are firemen Union?

The International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) is a labor union representing paid full-time firefighters and emergency medical services personnel in the United States and Canada. The IAFF has more than 316,000 members in its more than 3,200 affiliate organizations.

What is the average lifespan of a firefighter?

The average life expectancy at age 60 for police and firefighters was 24 years for men and 26 years for women. For non-police and fire, the comparable figures were 25 years for men and 27 years for women – just one year longer! And the pattern was quite consistent across states and localities.