California Professional Firefighters

Mar 16 2020

Due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19), our office will experience an interruption in normal business operations. The CPF HQ will be closed until further notice and staff will be working remotely. Should you need timely assistance, please e-mail info@cpf.org or call the CPF office and leave a voicemail at 916.921.9111. Staff will be checking voicemail and responding throughout the day.

Mar 15 2020

With recent coronavirus outbreaks, we urge all members to stay up-to-date with the latest news on protections and exposures. 

Mar 11 2020

As medical responders, firefighgters are on the front lines in the coronavirus outbreak. CPF President Brian Rice speaks with CPF's Health and Safety Director Mike Feyh about how the outbreak affects personnel on the front lines and precautions they can take to stay safe. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO CPF FIRE WIRE.

Mar 2 2020

It only takes a few minutes, but it can make a big difference if you get a job-related illness: Personal Exposure Reporting. On CPF Fire Wire, CPF President Brian Rice talks to two firefighters who faced death from job-related illness about their experiences and the importance of exposure reporting. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO CPF FIRE WIRE.

Jan 28 2020

The latest edition of CPF's podcast features Pres. Brian Rice in conversation with Stockton Pres. Mario Gardea and Tracy Pres. Paul O'Neal, discussing the ongoing battle against full-scale private EMS takeover in San Joaquin County, and how locals came together to win their fight. LISTEN TO THE LATEST CPF FIRE WIRE PODCAST HERE.

Jan 21 2020

Participants in the 2019 CPF Photo Contest brought some stunning views of the profession, and those who serve in it. SEE THE WINNING ENTRIES HERE

Jan 21 2020

From underhanded anti-firefighter bureaucrats to anti-retirement hard liners, California firefighters are confronted with a systematic effort to demean, discredit and weaken the fire service.READ THE MESSAGE FROM CPF PRESIDENT BRIAN RICE.

Jan 20 2020

The 2019 Legislative Session produced important wins for firefighters, including a groundbreaking presumption law for post-traumatic stress injury and next-level confidentiality protection for firefighters and peer counselors. READ THE FULL STORY

Nov 3 2019

President Trump has issued statements via Twitter that suggest federal disaster assistance could be withheld over forest management practices. CPF President Brian Rice has issued a statement on the issue.

Oct 1 2019

As the 2019 legislative session comes to a close, California firefighters gain a historic win as Governor Gavin Newsom signed significant CPF-sponsored bills that reached his desk. CPF-backed behavioral health bills SB 542 and AB 1116 and EMS dispatch bill, SB 438, go into effect January 2020.

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