Welcome to the
Alberta Fire Chiefs Association
The AFCA is committed to excellence in the provision of member-client services. As a progressive organization we offer creative solutions, promote and support life safety, preventative and protective services based on the values and principles of our members.
Established in 1948, the AFCA undertook the mission and began the task of promoting excellence in fire protection. Right from the beginning, members of the Association worked collectively to promote information sharing and joint problem solving to minimize the impacts of fires on Alberta’s communities.
YEARS OF COLLECTIVE FIRE SERVICE EXPERIENCE
To be the recognized advocate and resource for the leadership of the Alberta Fire Service.
To promote and support those providing fire protection, first response, and other related emergency services for the advancement of public and firefighter/first responder safety in Alberta
Latest News & Events
AFCA Pre Conference Survey Re: AFRRCS
To AFCA Members: AFCA has members working hard on the Provincial AFRRCS Governance Committee: Chief, Preben Bossen, Chief, Marcel Maure, and Deputy...
January is Fire Fighter Cancer Awareness Month
January marks fire fighter cancer awareness month as occupational cancer is now the leading cause of death among first responders who fight fires....
AFCA Board of Directors Meeting
NORTHERN HEAT 2023
The Northern HEAT organizational committee is proud to announce that participant registration for Northern HEAT 2023 is now open! Important Information Host hotel: Chateau Nova Peace River – 10010 74street, Peace River Room block: The entire hotel has been booked for...
WUI-M Course Friday May 5, to Sunday May 7th, 2023 – Jasper Fire Dept.
Jasper Fire Department is once again hosting the Provincial WUI team from High Level for delivery of the WUI-M crew member training course. Standard pre-requisites are required for Provincial sign-off. Please see below poster Contact: Don Smith Deputy Fire Chief,...
Art of Reading Smoke AND Tactical Decision Making
Phillip Jose will be there to train on how to read smoke and what it means as well as how to make tactical decisions in difficult situations. Hosted by Stirling Fire Department Sat, 8 Jul 2023, 9:00 AM - Sun, 9 Jul 2023, 5:00 AM MDT. Please see the link and poster...
Fire Chief (Moberly Lake Fire Dept.)
Full Time, Temporary Position
Reporting to the Protective Services Manager, the Fire Chief (Moberly Lake FireDepartment) will lead a group of dedicated volunteer firefighters serving thecommunities of Moberly Lake, West Moberly First Nations and Saulteau First Nations. Application DeadlineApril 7,...
DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF – TRAINING AND SUPPORT SERVICES, Town of Olds
The Town of Olds an exciting opportunity for a Deputy Fire Chief – Training & Support Services to join the Town of Olds, Alberta. This is a newly created position and will manage and supervise the training, prevention, andmembership division of the department....