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Members of the Kentucky Association of Fire Chiefs,

It is my honor and privilege to be able to represent each of you and your organizations on matters related to the states fire and emergency service issues.  As leaders in our field, we shoulder the responsibility of not just protecting lives and property, but also caring for the well-being of our brave firefighters and EMS personnel who selflessly serve.
I wish to draw your attention to two critical aspects that demand our unwavering focus: cancer prevention education and mental health and wellness. Our commitment to these issues is not only a reflection of our dedication to the safety and health of our firefighters but also a testament to the values that define our association.
Cancer prevention education has emerged as a crucial cornerstone of our mission. The hazards of our profession are undeniable, and it’s our duty to equip our members with the knowledge and tools to protect themselves from the insidious threat of cancer. By prioritizing comprehensive education and adopting best practices, we can significantly reduce the risk and create a safer environment for those who courageously battle blazes on our behalf.
Equally important is our commitment to the mental health and wellness of our members. The daily challenges we face take a toll not only on the body but also on the mind. It’s imperative that we foster an atmosphere where seeking help is not a sign of weakness but an embodiment of strength. Let us pledge to create a culture where open conversations about mental well-being are encouraged, and support systems are readily available to those in need.
Furthermore, the concept of the fire service being one voice resonates deeply with our mission. United we stand, and united we can bring about positive change. By aligning our efforts, sharing our experiences, and collaborating with fellow firefighters across the nation, we amplify our impact and become a force to be reckoned with. Our collective voice can advocate for policies, funding, and resources that will shape the future of our profession.
In conclusion, as we navigate the path ahead, let us remember that our roles extend beyond the uniform. We are leaders, mentors, and advocates for a safer, healthier, and more connected fire and emergency services community. Through relentless dedication to cancer prevention education, prioritizing mental health and wellness, and uniting as one voice, we can pave the way for a brighter future for our members and the communities we serve.
Thank you for your commitment and for being the driving force behind our association’s vital mission. Together, we can overcome any challenge and lead with unwavering resolve.

Nathan Mulvey
President, KAFC
KY State Director, SEAFC

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Public Safety GPO and Kentucky Association of Fire Chief’s, leaders in the Public Safety cooperative purchasing and the Fire Service , today announced a direct partnership to continue the efforts both started together decades ago to provide open, fair and competitive cooperative options to their members. Kentucky Fire Chief’s Executive Director Daniel Castle, has been working with Mika Kawakami, the Association Manager for Public Safety GPO, to establish a plan which supports the GPO’s vendors and enhances the use of cooperative agreements within the State of Kentucky. “The Kentucky Fire Chiefs are excited to continue the partner directly with Public Safety GPO to offer our members departmental and individual discounts which will not only save them money but will also directly help our association financially. We feel a direct relationship with GPO was in the best interest of our members and the fire industry. Said Castle”

This relationship will provide the Kentucky Fire Chief’s with over 100 publicly procured agreements for products and services used by the Fire Service every day, along with a discount program to their individual members from over 20 vendors such as AT&T FirstNet.