Stay Safe and Dry

We’re not in the clear yet. Heed the emergency warnings and keep supplies enough for two weeks readily available in case of a catastrophic event.

Learn more at Hawaii Emergency Management Agency


Final Approval Meetings for HFFA Constitution and Bylaws

The IAFF recommended amendments require HFFA membership approval. Watch for a second mailer containing the proposed amendments and meeting dates. Or refer to the Station Bulletin. HFFA anticipates expedited approval by the IAFF once submitted.

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Beware of phone solicitations

Hawaii Fire Fighters Association is NOT conducting phone solicitations

Identity theft, frauds, and scams are the fastest growing crimes in our communities, and many Hawaii citizens are victims of these serious crimes. If you are contacted by someone asking for donations on behalf of firefighters, EMS or first responders, DO NOT DONATE OR GIVE OUT YOUR INFORMATION. Ask for the organization’s name and phone number to call and do your research first. Call the Attorney General’s office to report the suspicious activity. Please pass the word on to your family and friends.

Community and Crime Prevention Branch
Department of the Attorney General
235 South Beretania Street, Suite 401
Honolulu, HI 96813 (Map)
Telephone: (808) 586-1150

Visit to learn other ways to protect yourself from scams and fraud.

In Memoriam

See, In Memoriam for details

FF1 Tré Evans-Dumaran

IAFF Fallen Firefighters Memorial (FFFM)

September 21-22, 2024
Colorado Springs, CO

2024 Wall of Honor

National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend
May 4-5, 2024
Emmitsburg, Maryland

Brother Tré Evans-Dumaran was remembered at the 2024 National Fallen Firefighters Memorial (NFFM) next weekend in Emmitsburg, Maryland. See, 2024 Roll of Honor

Candlelight Service and Memorial Live Streamed via satellite and online at

Brother Tré Evans-Dumaran was remembered at the 2024 National Fallen Firefighters Memorial (NFFM) in Emmitsburg, Maryland.

Opening ceremonies were captured by the Maui Fire Department.

The White House issued a proclamation honoring the NFFM memorial weekend. Read more

Governor Josh Green also ordered the United States flag and the Hawaiʻi state flag be flown at half-staff at the Hawaiʻi State Capitol and at all state offices and agencies as well as the Hawaiʻi National Guard in the state of Hawaiʻi, effective from sunrise to sunset on Sunday, May 5. Read more

This year’s national tribute will honor 89 firefighters who died in the line of duty in 2023 and 137 firefighters who died in previous years.  See, 2024 Roll of Honor

Cancer Prevention and Monitoring

Don’t wait until January. Make cancer prevention and monitoring a regular part of your health and well-being.

The Firefighter Cancer Support Network, in partnership with the IAFF, designates January as Fire Fighter Cancer Awareness Month and provides fire fighters the necessary tools and guidance to develop life-saving protocols for cancer prevention and to support those with a cancer diagnosis within their departments.

At the 2023 IAFF Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial, almost 63% of the names added to the wall (361 out of 572) were members who had died from occupational cancer.

Members are encouraged to get screened regularly and practice ways to reduce their exposure on the job.

Visit if you need assistance or to join the network.

All firefighters, with or without cancer, are encouraged to consider participating in the National Firefighter Registry for Cancer. Your participation is critical for understanding firefighters’ risk of cancer. Visit to enroll.

Firefighters are welcome to contact [email protected] with more questions. Learn more at

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