PEI Firefighters Association
Service To Our Communities
PEI is protected by 1000+ volunteer Firefighters including a dozen or so career firefighters, each and every one of them are professional Firefighters. We are proud to be able to say that every member of the 35 fire departments operating from 37 stations are members of our association.
The PEIFFA has a primary focus on providing top notch training for Firefighters across Prince Edward Island. When we have the opportunity, we also strive to act as a voice for the Island Fire Service to promote advances to the health and safety of our Firefighters and the visitors and citizens of PEI.
New Chief Instructor
The PEIFFA Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Shannon Dumville as the Chief Instructor of the PEIFFA Fire School. Shannon began his service in 2000, joining the Alberton Fire Department. He has successfully completed Firefighting Level 1 and 2 and all industrial safety courses offered by the PEIFFA Fire School. Most recently he completed the Fire Service Instructor Level 2 which is certified by PEIFFA, IFSAC, and Pro Board.
Shannon has been involved in training with the PEIFFA Fire School over the years teaching on the Firefighter Level 1 and 2 and various Fire Service and industry safety courses offered by the PEIFFA Fire School. He has worked for many years in the industrial safety field with HSE Integrated. Shannon currently lives in Alberton and holds the rank of Fire Chief of the Alberton Fire Department.
2022-2023 Board of Directors
Jason Peters (New Glasgow)
Gerard McMahon (Charlottetown #2)
Ron Enman (Summerside)
Kevin Bernard (North River)
Prince County Directors
Darrell Graham (Alberton)
Dale Harris (O'Leary)
Queens County Directors
Daniel Gallant (North Rustico)
Anson Grant (North River)
Kings County Directors
Glen Cameron (Eastern Kings)
Dean Lewis (St. Peter's)
Common eye hazards/injuries and Protection Recommendations (NEW Sept. 22, 2022)
Firefighters and Asbestos Exposure (NEW Sept. 15, 2022)
Asbestos and Mesothelioma in Canada (NEW Sept. 15, 2022)