Exhibits, fire education programs, EMS CEU workshops, hands-on training, networking opportunities… experience it all at the Turning Stone. Join fellow emergency services leaders from across the Northeast for the NYSAFC Annual Conference & FIRE Expo, the Northeast’s premier emergency services conference, expo, and training event. NYSAFC's Annual Conference & Expo features over 300 exhibitors displaying the latest apparatus, tools, equipment, and services available to purchase or order, 13 diverse and intensive Hands-On Training programs conducted by some of the country’s most seasoned fire service instructors, more than 35 fire and EMS classroom educational programs presented by nationally renowned lecturers, and networking opportunities with the over 13,000 fire, rescue, and EMS leaders that attend annually.
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This annual event is an integral part of allowing the New York State Association of Fire Chiefs to carry out its not-for-profit role of educating the fire and EMS personnel of the Empire State.
EDIAFC members, including fire chiefs, company officers, and firefighters from Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New york, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia, will have the opportunity to attend NYSAFC’s FIYE Expo exhibits and educational programs as well as participate in the EDIAFC annual meeting, banquet, and special programs.
The New York State Association of Fire Chiefs (NYSAFC) is a not-for-profit, service oriented organization founded in 1904 by 60 chiefs from across the state who were interested in sharing mutual concerns and solutions for the benefit of the fire service. Today, it is one of the largest fire chiefs associations in the world and its focus now encompasses the needs and concerns of all of the emergency services.
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