1st Responder Mental Health and Wellness Conference
Thu, Mar 30, 2023

14th Annual Fall Golf Tournament
Fri, Sep 23, 2022

Announcement- Open FT/PT BCCRS Positions
Wed, Sep 21, 2022

LFRD Chiefs/Presidents - please circulate/post to potentially interested parties. To Whom It May Concern: The Bethesda Chevy Chase Rescue Squad is preparing to hire to fill open full AND part-time vacancies in the Day Crew (paid positions) for persons qualified as ambulance EMT OIC (“aid person”), emergency ambulance drivers, paramedics, and heavy apparatus minimum staffing and emergency drivers. This employment with BCCRS is fully funded by the LFRD. Individuals may work on any BCCRS unit at Stations R1, 26 or 7. For RS driver positions, experience on a rescue squad or special service unit is preferred. All persons MUST have MCFRS IECS certification appropriate for the position. BCCRS employs both Fire/Rescue and EMS (only) certified individuals. Individuals with riding status at other MCFRS departments will follow an expedited check out procedure . Openings are primarily daywork hours, but evening and weekend work is sometimes available on a scheduled or sign-up basis as it comes available. Salary depends on qualifications and the position accepted and is determined by an established matrix. Preference in hiring may also be given to individuals who express a willingness to undertake training for new qualifications they do not currently have. The full-time schedule is 4- 12-hour shifts per week so there is an 8-hour bonus each week. There may be a requirement for some weekend work which may be 12-hour or 10-hour shifts. Proof of current Covid vaccination is required. BCCRS offers a comprehensive health benefit package for full-time employees. BCCRS is an equal opportunity employer. Anyone interested in employment should email an expression of interest to as soon as possible. In order to be competitive in the first round of interviews for this hiring process applicants should express their interest no later than Monday, September 12, 2022. A brief expression of interest and should be sent to All inquiries will? receive a response. Fire/Rescue Chief Edward G. Sherburne Bethesda Chevy Chase Rescue Squad 5020 Battery Lane Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: 202-438-2489 (cell) 301-652-0077 (24/7 Station #)

Late CJPVFD Fire Chief James P. Seavey Sr. To Be Honored
Tue, Sep 13, 2022

Passing of Chief Emeritus James Jarboe
Sun, Sep 11, 2022

Chief C Oscar Baker History 1950’s
Sun, Jul 24, 2022

Additional information about Chief C. Oscar Baker provided by historian Wayne Powell

Life Member C. Oscar Baker
Sat, Jul 23, 2022

MCFA 2022 Annual Awards & Elections
Sat, Apr 23, 2022

Back Step Talks - January 2022
Mon, Jan 10, 2022

On behalf of the Maryland Fire Chiefs Association's Safety and Health Committee, we wish everyone a very Happy New Year. These past two years have been tough on everyone with the increases in COVID illnesses and deaths. We hope that you and your family are doing well during this pandemic. It is time to start 2022 on a healthy note. If your department participates in a routine physical program, you're off to a good start. If your department does not offer physicals, it is time to ask why not? Why send out that fire apparatus for routine maintenance but not take the same care of the department's most important asset - its members. There are options available to protect your health through routine health screening. Now is a good time to address them with your department. Have you made your New Year's resolutions yet? Please consider including a resolution to get a health physical from your department or personal physician. Many times there are hidden dangers that our bodies don't tell us about until it is too late. A comprehensive physical exam may detect unknown problems with your health. While we are at it, make a resolution to take better care of your health through attention to exercise and nutrition. Eating healthy and improving our physical condition can go a long way towards maintaining a healthy body. Enjoy this month's newsletter. As always, the committee welcomes your input and feedback. Be safe and be healthy !!! Our pledge for 2022 and the future. -- David Lewis, Chairman Safety and Health Committee Maryland Fire Chiefs Association

MD Fire Chiefs Association Leadership Seminar
Sat, Dec 11, 2021

Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony
Sat, Oct 30, 2021

Safety and Health Committee October 2021 Newsletter
Fri, Oct 1, 2021

MD Chief's Golf Tournament
Fri, Sep 24, 2021

Thu, Apr 22, 2021

To date, 94 departments have applied. Grant awards will be at least $5000 per dept with an additional percentage of their losses determined by the amount of grant funds remaining after initial awards are made. Departments will need to use line 12 from their tax form 990 to document the losses they are claiming and submit those forms in the instructions. -The application and instructions from MEMA, as well as an FAQ sheet has been sent to all Executive Committee Members to disseminate to their association presidents to get the info to all county departments as well as the website and all social media outlets. This includes clarifying information on CARES Act reimbursements that the company may have already received that may or may not preclude them from applying. MEMA is anticipating that if the department’s application is approved that they will checks in hand by June 15th.

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Fri, Mar 19, 2021

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