Pennsylvania Volunteer Firefighter Laws

Facebook Share Twitter Share LinkedIn Share Pinterest Share Reddit Share E-Mail Share

HB 1860 certified public accountants assisting volunteer firefighter organizations . An Act amending the act of May 26, 1947 (P.L.318, No.140), known as the CPA Law, establishing a continuing education pilot program for certified public accountants assisting volunteer Would allow CPA’s to volunteer services to Firefighter organizations.

Preview

Posted in: Pennsylvania volunteer fire department lawsShow details

In 2021, $54 million went to 2,517 municipalities for distribution to VFRAs to provide training, purchase equipment and insurance, and pay for …

Preview

Posted in: Volunteer firefighters and employment lawShow details

The Child Protective Services Law (CPSL) requires certain individuals to obtain clearances in order to be employed, be a resource parent (foster or adoptive), or be a volunteer with children. The purpose for requiring clearances is to provide employers and those selecting volunteers with information to use as a part of a larger decision-making

Preview

Posted in: Pa blue light laws firefighterShow details

Laws suspended during emergency assignments. Subchapter B. Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency § 7311. Creation. § 7312. Organization. § 7313. Powers and duties. § 7314. Utilization of existing services and facilities. § 7315. Pennsylvania State Fire Commissioner (Repealed). § 7316. Pennsylvania State Fire Academy (Repealed). § 7317.

Preview

Posted in: Volunteer firefighter light lawsShow details

Act 101 - Emergency Responder and Law Enforcement Death Benefit. The Emergency and Law Enforcement Personnel Death Benefits Act, commonly referred to as Act 101, provides for a one-time payment of death benefits to the surviving spouse, minor children, or parents of firefighters, ambulance or rescue squad members, and law enforcement officers …

Preview

Posted in: Children LawShow details

717-772-3396. Bedding and Upholstery Law. 717-787-6848. Boiler and Unfired Pressure Vessel Law. 717-214-4319. Child Labor Act. None. Collective Bargaining Law for …

Preview

Posted in: Labor Law, Industry LawShow details

All laws adopted by the General Assembly for one or more of the classes fixed and appointed by this act shall be deemed to be general laws. (108 amended Oct. 24, 2018, P.L.931, No.154) 19550130u108.1s

Preview

Posted in: Law CommonsShow details

Low 19F. Winds SSW at 10 to 15 mph. has cleared the first hurdle toward becoming law. “I first became a strong advocate for Pennsylvania’s volunteer firefighters and EMS crews when I

Preview

Posted in: Sports LawShow details

For vehicles or apparatus, an average formula used by fire departments is the rate of $1 per $1,000 of estimated value of vehicle per hour (the charge for a $275,000 pumper or rescue unit would be

Preview

Posted in: Form LawShow details

Pennsylvania raises minimum wage for commonwealth employees Coronavirus in Pa. weekly update: 15,294 average daily cases Jan. 17 to Jan. 23, 2022 Lancaster man convicted for strangling officer

Preview

Posted in: Property LawShow details

LOWER MERION TWP., Pennsylvania (WPVI) — State lawmakers call it a crisis: the tri-state area is facing a severe shortage of volunteer firefighters.”It’s very concerning,” said Lower Merion Fire Chief Chas McGarvey. “With firefighting, technically you’re not allowed to perform an interior attack unless you have four people on location. Two people can go in, […]

Preview

Posted in: Form LawShow details

Under current legislation in the state of Pennsylvania, emergency response workers, including firefighters and emergency medical technicians, are required to pay $47.50 apiece for criminal background checks.

Preview

Posted in: Criminal Law, Medical LawShow details

The face amount of the policy is $75,000 and, as beneficiary, you choose to receive 120 monthly installments of $1,000 each. The excluded part of each installment is $625 ($75,000 ÷ 120), or $7,500 for an entire year. The rest of each payment, $375 a month (or $4,500 for an entire year), is interest income to you.

Preview

Posted in: Law CommonsShow details

At VFIS, we understand the unique needs of today's emergency service organizations, including volunteer fire departments, ambulance and rescue squads and 911 centers and recognize the importance of protecting your assets and your members/employees.

Preview

Posted in: Insurance Law, Insurance LawShow details

Act 118 of 2010 governs the operation of volunteer firefighter relief associations, which are legally separate from the fire departments they support. State aid provided under the law is intended to solely benefit volunteer firefighters. The …

Preview

Posted in: Support LawShow details

A statewide court on Friday, Jan. 28, 2022 declared that Pennsylvania’s expansive two-year-old mail-in voting law is unconstitutional, agreeing with challenges by Republicans who soured on mail

Preview

Posted in: Constitutional LawShow details

This year, $54 million went to 2,517 municipalities for distribution to VFRAs to provide training, purchase equipment and insurance, and pay for …

Preview

Posted in: Insurance Law, Insurance LawShow details

Please leave your comments here:

Related Topics

New Popular Law

Frequently Asked Questions

Do non profit fire departments charge for services?

Cox: No, not at all. Typically, non-profit entities like volunteer fire departments do charge some type of fee for services due to the necessity of covering ever-rising operational costs. A non-profit means that any profits are used to provide services and are not distributed to the employees or directors for personal gain or use.

What are the 7312 and 7313 of the pennsylvania fire code?

7312. Organization. 7313. Powers and duties. 7314. Utilization of existing services and facilities. 7315. Pennsylvania State Fire Commissioner (Repealed). 7316. Pennsylvania State Fire Academy (Repealed). 7317. Pennsylvania Volunteer Loan Assistance Program (Repealed). 7318. Fire Safety Advisory Committee (Repealed). 7319.

Is the pennsylvania state police eligible to receive reimbursement from the fund?

The Pennsylvania State Police is not eligible to receive reimbursement from the fund, nor may the Pennsylvania State Police impose a tax, fee or surcharge upon subscribers or customers of any provider. (June 29, 2015, P.L.36, No.12, eff. Aug. 1, 2015)

When will the reimbursement for costs of firefighting on federal property program be released?

Estimated release date: May 2021. If your fire department recently responded to a fire on federal property, it may be eligible to file a claim under the Reimbursement for Costs of Firefighting on Federal Property Program.

Most Popular Search