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November 12, 2019
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November 12, 2019
Anne Arundel County Volunteer Firefighters Association December Meeting
November 5, 2019
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November 18, 2019
Cecil County Vol. Firemen's Association
Hacks Point VFC
November 19, 2019
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Ferndale VFC
November 19, 2019
Wicomico County Volunteer Firemen's Assn
Delmar VFD
November 19, 2019
WICOMICO COUNTY VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION MONTHLY MEETING
DELMAR VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT.
November 20, 2019
Howard County Volunteer Firemen's Association
Savage VFC
November 20, 2019
Kent - Queen Anne's Volunteer Fire, EMS and Rescue Association
Crumpton VFC
November 21, 2019
Baltimore County Volunteer Firemen's Association
Chestnut Ridge VFC
November 21, 2019
St. Mary's County Fire Board Association
Public Safety Building, 23090 Leonard Hall Rd, Leonardtown, MD
November 21, 2019
Washington County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association
Sharpsburg Ambulance
November 21, 2019
Frederick County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association
Guardian Hose
November 21, 2019
Montgomery County Volunteer Fire/Rescue Association
Wheaton Rescue
November 24, 2019
MSFA SAFETY COMMITTEE MEETING
R. Adams Cowley-Shock Trauma Center, at Lombard and Penn Street Entrance, Baltimore, MD 21201
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STOP CANCER AT THE DOOR
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By MSFA Committee Chair Michael Le Compte
January 24, 2018

International studies have shown that firefighters have a significantly higher risk of developing cancer in comparison to the average wider population. Because of insufficient proof of the interrelationship between cancer and the different cases of fire, in many countries this is still not recognized as being an occupational illness. Especially here, in the case of fire, various structures of cancer causing substances are released which can lead to illness when coming into contact with people and equipment.

See the attached brochure for simple ways to help you and your members STOP CANCER AT THE DOOR!

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Attachment stopcanceratthedoor.pdf  (239k)
 

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