Event & Shift Calendar
A Shift = Red
B Shift = Green
C Shift = Blue
Following the tragic loss of our brothers last year, community members opened their hearts. their arms, and even their kitchens' to help us through these tough times. "Feed the Firefighers," campaign has been a wonderful tool to help community members show their love and respect for the Local 92 members who proudly serve all those who live and work in the Glass City. Pictured above, a grateful 6A crew welcomes community members at Station 6 on East Broadway.
With 500 members strong, we are dedicated to protecting the lives and property of the proud citizens of Toledo. Our fire fighters, EMT's, paramedics and special rescue technicians comprise a highly trained and dedicated staff of men and women who provide a wide range of services for the citizens of Toledo. These services include structural fire fighting, advanced life support paramedic service, technical rescue, hazardous materials response, fire prevention education and fire inspection.
Welcome to the Toledo Firefighters, IAFF Local 92 Web site. Local 92 is the exclusive bargaining unit representing the men and women of the Toledo, Ohio Division of Fire & Rescue.
A strong statement has been made by the body of Local 92, stating the leadership of this department is out of touch and not concerned with the safety of those tasked to watch over and protect the city of Toledo. The issues at hand are not about money, not about benefits. The issues at hand are about supporting the people who proudly serve this community. Brothers and sisters of Local 92, continue to stand strong in solidarity.
87% of voting Local 92 members feel they have no confidence in Fire Chief Luis Santiago to effectively manage this department.
"Silence never won rights. They are not handed down from above; they are forced by pressures from below." -Roger Baldwin, ACLU
National Fallen Firefighters Life Safety Initiatives:
• Define and advocate the need for cultural change in the fire service.
• Enhance personal and organizational accountability.
• Focus attention on risk management.
• Empower firefighters to stop unsafe acts.
• Develop national training/qualification standards.
• Develop national physical fitness standards.
• Create a national research and data system relative to the initiatives.
• Use technology as it relates to health and safety.
• Investigate all firefighter fatalities, injuries, and near misses.
• Ensure grant programs of safe practices.
• Develop national response procedures.
• Develop national procedures to violent incidents.
• Provide firefighters and their families access to counseling.
• Provide resources for public education in fire and life safety.
• Advocate residential sprinklers.
• Make safety a design consideration for apparatus.