California Professional Firefighters

CPF Committees

Through committees established either by resolution or at the direction of the CPF Executive Board, local union leaders and their members are able to influence and help direct policy and actions that further CPF's mission to protect the lives and livelihoods of firefighters and their families.

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Health and Safety Committee


Provides policy recommendations for firefighter health & safety in order to support CPF’s legislative and regulatory engagement and program and services development. Established in 1978.

EMS Committee


Provides policy recommendations for prehospital emergency medical services (EMS) and the expansion of fire-based EMS in order to support CPF’s legislative and regulatory engagement in this area. Established in 1994 (Read the resolution)

Membership Activism Committee


Provide recommendations and educational resources to help increase activation and engagement of members at the local union level. Established in 2018 (Read the resolution)

Human Relations Committee


Provide support in assessing the cultural and diverse needs within the fire service and the communities we serve in order to affect needed change. Established 2020 (Read the resolution)

President’s Ad Hoc Retirement Committee


Formed to monitor and engage in retirement system issues facing the various types of retirement systems in California in order to support CPF’s legislative and program and services development. Established in 2020, at direction of CPF President.