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  • FCABC Briefing Book 2015

  • Firefighter Injuries in British Columbia

    Firefighter injuries may potentially lead to severe or debilitating health outcomes, especially when incurred at the fire-ground. However, firefighter injuries in the province of British Columbia (BC) are infrequent; with few cases requiring hospitalization or extended medical leave. Read more...

  • FCABC 2015 Strategic Plan - Action Plan

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  • Thinking of becoming a member? If you're involved with one of the following groups you should!

    • Chief Officers
    • Associate "A" Members (Industry Trade)
    • Associate "B" Members (Industry Service)
    • Retired Chief Officers

    Membership in the Fire Chiefs' Association is open to only those persons residing within the Province of British Columbia. Members shall consist of management officers of federal, provincial, regional, and local or an industrial fire service that are responsible for fire protection functions at the policy making or management levels. Active Members shall be voting members and have the right to hold office