IAFF online

Jane Blume February 21, 2013 10:54

The IAFF social media network connects IAFF members to important news and trends happening in the fire service every day.

When Detroit fire fighters were ordered off hydraulic ladders on the department’s fleet of aerial trucks because the fleet had not been inspected in years – our Facebook community were outraged and it became one of the most shared stories of the week. “Wow, talking about not caring for our safety! The question should be where was the ball dropped?”

When we posted a story about Baltimore’s Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s proposed plan to end pensions for newly hired civilian employees, IAFF members expressed their frustrations loud and clear. Someone posted, “Who wants to risk their life and not be able to earn a pension?”

You’ll find information like this and more, plus regular updates from the IAFF, info graphics, union news and other reports affecting the IAFF, its members and the fire service by following the IAFF on all of our social networks.

When we live tweeted from a crisis communication seminar at the annual Affiliate Leadership Training Summit in Phoenix earlier this year, IAFF members tweeted back with feedback. “@IAFF_L2068 Excellent communications tools and advice tweeting from @IAFFNEWSDESK directly from the #ALTS13 Conference in Phoenix. Tune in!”

Join the conversation on our social media networks. Find us on Facebook at the following fan pages:

Facebook

We started our main Facebook page in August 2010 and have amassed almost 40,000 fans and counting!

Fire Fighters for Obama
Provides updates about labor issues and how it affects fire fighters

IAFF Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial
A permanent remembrance of fire fighters and emergency medical personnel who lost their lives in the of duty.

Get It Union
A resource to find and buy union made products

Twitter
See breaking news and announcements from us at @IAFFNEWSDESK.

YouTube
Watch videos at IAFF-TV on YouTube

IAFF Frontline Blog
Read the IAFF Frontline Blog. Visit http://blog.iaff.org/ for commentary and debate about fire fighter and union news.

Google Plus
Join our circle on Google Plus


Pinterest
Follow our boards on Pinterest


Flickr
See our photo galleries on Flickr


Storify
Read our stories on Storify


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