1882 – Midlands Fire Brigades Association
1902 – Professional Fire Brigades Association
1887 – National Fire Brigades Union
1949 – British Fire Services Association
Actively promoting the personal development of all fire fighters and control room staff including those who are retained or volunteers within local authority, occupational, airport, military, private and volunteer fire services as well as those who are now retired from the service.
The BFSA is a strictly non-political and as a democratic institution, its members are drawn from all ranks and disciplines. The Governing Council of the Association is freely elected by the Districts, with representatives from the public fire service and occupational and private fire brigades.
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