HONOLULU RETIREES YEARBOOK PICTURE TAKING
Honolulu Retirees: Don’t miss out on being included for the next HFD Yearbook. Sign up here
HFFA MetLife Open Enrollment is closed
Plan participants can expect benefits to become effective March 1, 2024. Learn more about the HFFA METLIFE SUPPLEMENTAL GROUP BENEFIT PLAN for Active Duty members
Visit the HFFA MetLife Microsite at https://hffa.pecservices.info/
These two new products are self-enrolled, year round.
See, In Memoriam for details
Retired HONOLULU FIRE CAPT. AND PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
April 1, 2024
Mililani Mortuary Mauka Chapel
Visitation 9:30 am | Service 11:00 am
Diamond Head Memorial Park
Inurnment 2:00 pm
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 https://firefightercancersupport.org/ 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 https://NFR.cdc.gov to enroll.
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