About Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association One hundred years ago, on August 15, 1901 fire chiefs from the States of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia met in Chambersburg, PA for the purpose of adopting a uniform hose coupling and to develop a mutual aid system along …
Make a difference. Save a life. Educate others on what it means to #MoveOver on the roadway.
All 50 States have "Move Over" laws to protect first responders working on our Nation's roads. Yet one-third of the public is not aware of these laws, and traffic-related incidents tied to fatalities continue to occur.
I challenge each of you to use your social media platforms this week to educate others to Move Over! #ResponderSafety ... See MoreSee Less
CVVFA President, Chief Allen Baldwin has announced that the regular Fall Meeting of the Association will take place Saturday, October 24 beginning at 8:30 a.m. on ZOOM. There will be a short informational program presented by Jack Sullivan Director of Training for our Emergency Responder Safety Institute. The meeting will follow.
ZOOM log-in instructions and the agenda will be posted on www.cvvfa.org and through social media. Members will also receive a CVVFA Express email with the same information. ... See MoreSee Less