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You have selected the Associate Membership membership level.

Individuals eligible include those involved in the fire service but who may not be eligible for Active Membership.

Persons eligible for Associate Membership include:

  • Chief Forestry Officers or other designated heads of Forestry Districts or zones and Safety Codes Officers-Fire of Municipal Affairs or any successor provincial departments;
  • Any Elected official of an Alberta Municipality, the CAO of any municipality in AlbertaChief or Councillors of First Nations and Metis Settlements in Alberta;
    Members of a Fire Fighters’, Pre-Hospital care workers’, or related bargaining unit and Members of the Alberta College of Paramedics;
  • Persons who are employees of a corporation, partnership, or sole proprietorship interested in the protection of life and property from fire, medical, and other emergency incidents;
  • Individual representatives of government bodies or agencies;
  • Any person or an employee of an organization interested in the promotion or development of the Fire Service or persons who provide consulting services on a professional basis to the Fire Service or to Association members.
  • Associate members enjoy the right to fully participate in the affairs of the AFCA, however are ineligable to:
    • Stand for election to the Board,
    • Hold office or,
    • Vote

The Earlybird24 code has been applied to your order.

The price for membership is $165.00 now. Members in Canada will be charged 5% GST. starting January 1, 2024.

Membership expires on December 31, 2024.

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Code of Conduct

As members of Alberta Fire Chiefs Association……

  • We commit to ethical leadership, marked by professionalism, integrity, and compassion. Our actions, both professional and personal, reflect positively on the fire service community and the Association.
  • We take responsibility for our actions and their consequences, striving to uphold the credibility and public perception of our Association.
  • We value fairness and diversity, avoiding situations that compromise our collective Association integrity or the trust of fellow members and peers.
  • We address dishonesty or misconduct immediately, maintaining our commitment to truthfulness.
  • We manage personal affairs without compromising our Association, ensuring the reputation of our organization remains intact.
  • We firmly oppose discrimination and harassment in all forms, whether it impacts our service members, staff, or the public.
  • We use social media responsibly, ensuring our online actions align with our Association's principles and do not tarnish its reputation or that of the fire service or the Association.
  • We welcome and encourage challenges and healthy debates among members, recognizing that such discourse fosters progress and innovation. These interactions, however, must be conducted with respect and in accordance with the principles outlined in this code of conduct. In doing so, we foster a constructive environment where diverse perspectives are valued, and professional growth is achieved.
  • By adhering to these principles, we maintain the highest standards for our Association and the community we serve.

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