To serve the people of Florida by providing leadership for
superior life safety strategies through inspection, investigation, public
education, and code management.
Of the Year Award Nominations Now Being Accepted
FFMIA is now accepting nominations for the 2021 Fire and Life Safety Educator of the Year and 2021 Fire Investigator of the year. If you know someone deserving of this award, please fill out the appropriate form below and submit it per the instructions on the form. Nominees must be a member of FFMIA.
Scholarships Available for the June Conference
Scholarships are now being offered for the FFMIA June Conference. Scholarships are available on a limited basis to first time attendees. The recipient of this scholarship must be or become an FFMIA/FAFLSE member and is required to attend the full conference and evening events. For more details and to apply click here.
Florida Firefighters Safety and Health Collaborative
UCF RESTORES® and the Florida Firefighters Safety & Health Collaborative Launch First-of-its-Kind Peer Support Web Portal – Redline RescueTMORLANDO, Fla. (April 16, 2021) – UCF RESTORES – a leading nonprofit clinical research center and trauma treatment clinic that houses the National Center of Excellence for First Responder Behavioral Health – and its partners at the Florida Firefighters Safety & Health Collaborative (FFSHC) have launched a first-of-its kind, no-cost, web-hosted, anonymous peer support and clinician locating portal for first responders – RedlineRescue.org CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL ANNOUNCEMENT
Please visit the Safety and Health website at https://www.floridafirefightersafety.org/ for more information.
The Florida Fire Marshals and Inspectors Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit association.
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2021 Adopted Legislative Position
The following document represents FFMIA’s position on legislative areas of interest and concern. FFMIA works very closely with all allied fire and emergency services agencies, association’s and regulated industries as well as private sector interests in an effort to advocate for a safer living, working and respite environment for our over 22 million residents and 100 million plus annual visitors.
These positions have been thoroughly reviewed by a committee of fire prevention professionals and approved by the FFMIA Board of Directors on January 27, 2021. Updates will be provided as necessary.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding the position of FFMIA on these or any other legislative matters.
COVID 19 Resources and Related Documents
CFO Directive 2020-13 on Evacuation Drills
Upcoming FFMIA Events
On Line Crowd Manager Training
Crowd manager training is required by all national fire code standards in public assemblies such as nightclubs, auditoriums, ballrooms and arenas.