Montana Fire Service Mutual Aid Program - Click here to learn more!
Save money with the Montana Public Vehicle Fueling Program. If you are a public fire entity you can participate! Get a credit card to use for your fire vehicles and you don't pay the applicable State and Federal Fuel taxes. Download the contract/application from our web site here.
MSVFFA Annual Dues are $45.00 and are payable at the first of the year. Membership is open to fire organizations, businesses, and individuals. Click here for more information.
MSVFFA Insurance Program with EMC Insurance - Click here for the brochure.
Information for Volunteers from NVFC
OSHA Standards for Volunteers
NFPA Standards for Volunteers
Recruitment & Retention of the Volunteer: The Missing Piece of the Fire Service,
Prepared By: Franklin Woodrow Wilson II, Lieutenant, Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue
Information on DEQ permit requirements for training burns.
Montana 2003 Volunteer Firefighters' Compensation Act Guidebook
Information from the National Fallen Firefighter's Foundation on procedures for reporting and dealing with a line-of-duty death.
Funeral Procedures for Firefighters Manual
Available from the Nat. Volunteer Fire Council
The MSVFFA now has signed an agreement with the Montana State Fire Chiefs on sharing a portion of the revenue from the fire plate. This is a great looking plate and is only offered to Firefighters. Take pride in being a Firefighter and support the Association.
Just ask for them at your local licensing agent or click here to download the form.
President of the Montana State Volunteer Fire Fighters Association Kraig Hanson (left) is presented with a check from Rich Cowger, President of the Montana State Fire Chiefs for the first payment of the firefighter license plates.
Welcome to the Montana State Volunteer Firefighters Association web site. Here you will find information on the association and volunteer fire services in Montana.
The mission of the Montana State Volunteer Firefighters Association is to bring together its departments to discuss ways and means to better fire services and reduce unnecessary loss of life and property; to exchange ideas and all questions affecting the fire services; to develop a bond of friendship and understanding among the members of the fire service; and to promote the development of fire services through a progressive program of education, public relations and legislation.
2014 Fire Alliance Conference
Power of the Past, Force of the Future - Yogo Inn - Lewistown, MT
May 29-31, 2014