Firefighter Health & Safety Conference
See attached flyer for information of upcoming Health & Safety Conference! FF_HS_Flyer_2023 opt
Fire Officer I & II
This course is specifically designed with the personal schedule of the Volunteer Firefighter in mind. Class is Saturday and Sunday, 8AM to 5PM.With 80 hours of class time and 40 hours of homework, this satisfies the requirements of NFPA 1021 STANDARD FOR FIRE OFFICER PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS. Class is located at: Palmyra Fire Department 3956 OH-225…
Welcome Back Luncheon!!!
We welcome you all to join us on September 13 12:00 at Glen Eagles Golf Club & Event Center for our welcome back “picnic”!!! We ask that you RSVP to Chief Sabo ([email protected]) no later than September 2 so that we can make sure we have enough food and seating.
City of Strongsville Firefighter/Paramedic Entrance Examination
Strongsville Fire Entrance Exam Posting Notice 1.14.2022
IAFC 2021 Yellow Ribbon Report/Best Practices in Behavioral Wellness for Emergency Responders
Wow! is possibly the reaction you had when you first noticed the IAFC-VCOS’s 2021 Yellow RibbonReport Update on behavioral wellness.That’s understandable; the document contains a…
Richard J. Kosmerl
The Northeast Ohio Fire Chiefs’ Association extends its deepest condolences to the family of Retired Chief Richard Kosmerl. RICHARD J. KOSMERL, age 82, died Dec….
ACBC Names New Executive Director
Aluminum Cans for Burned Children (ACBC) named Helen Jones-Toms as its new executive director, effective May 1, 2020.ACBC is a 30-year-old nonprofit organization founded by…
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The North-Eastern Ohio Fire Chiefs' Association promotes continuing Fire Service education and provides opportunities to exchange ideas, practices and experiences to better understand and address the complex issues facing NEO Fire Chiefs.
The NEOFCA Membership Benefits
- Legal defense fund outlined in the current NEOFCA Constitution & By-Laws
- Hospitality/meeting room at all Ohio Fire Chiefs’ Association conferences.
- Opportunity to meet your local State Senators and Representatives to discuss issues important to the fire service.
- Representation at the Congressional Fire Service Institute Caucus in Washington, D.C.
- Legal Defense. The Association maintains a legal defense fund for Fire Chiefs in need of legal aid.
- Retirement Banquet. Each year the NEOFCA honors retired members at a dinner/dance sponsored by the Association.
How is the NEOFCA involved in promoting legislation that helps fire and emergency services management?
The NEOFCA Chiefs serve on the Board of Directors of the Ohio Fire Chiefs’ Association. NEOFCA Members also serve on key committees such as EMS, Education, and Legislation.
How can the NEOFCA assist me with labor relations problems?
The NEOFCA maintains a current file of labor contracts throughout Northeastern Ohio. This collection provides statistics and details pertaining to various labor topics.
Who is eligible to join the NEOFCA?
Membership is open to full-time, part-time, and volunteer Fire Chiefs within Northeast Ohio; including Lake, Ashtabula, Lorain, Summit, Cuyahoga, Trumbull, Medina, Wayne, Mahoning, Geauga, Stark and Portage counties.
How much are the NEOFCA dues?
Dues are $100.00/year/individual.