Welcome to the Georgia Fire Inspector’s Association Official Website. We welcome all.
The mission of the Georgia Fire Inspector’s Association is to coordinate and standardize fire inspection and code enforcement programs throughout the state of Georgia through consistent training and educational interaction between members of city, county, state, federal and private agencies.
Join us for the 2019 Firefighter Recognition Day &
|All firefighters are invited to participate in the 2019 Firefighters Recognition Day at the Georgia State Capitol. Firefighters Recognition Day is set by law as the first Tuesday in February and provides an opportunity to recognize and pay tribute to our fire service community. During the ceremonies, state elected officials will acknowledge and applaud contributions made by all fire service personnel in Georgia and also recognize and present commendations to award recipients of the Georgia State Firefighters Association, Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs, and Georgia Fire Inspectors Association. State Insurance Commissioner Jim Beck also will deputize local fire marshals during this time. There is no registration required and no cost to attend this event.
After the ceremonies, come join us at the Atlanta Freight Depot for some of the best barbecue you have ever tasted, thanks to the expert cooks from the Vienna Fire Department. The Legislative Appreciation Dinner is jointly sponsored by the Georgia State Firefighters Association, Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs and Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation and provides an opportunity to spend time with state leaders and legislators to network and discuss important fire service issues. There is a $5 per person ticket cost for the Georgia Fire Service Legislative Appreciation Dinner and pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Click here to register.
To represent the interests of the men and women who are charged with the responsibility of protecting lives and property within the State of Georgia through fire prevention, the enforcement of fire and related codes, and Community Risk Reduction activities.
To provide a network by which the Association’s members can share information that betters the cause and supports the tenants of the Association’s Mission Statement.
To ensure that the organization does not conduct activities that would place it in violation of its tax-exempt status under section 501(c) (3) of the Federal income tax code.
To work closely to support the efforts of the Office of the Georgia State Fire Marshal, the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance and Safety Fire, the Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs, the Georgia State Firefighters Association, and other associations of similar interest so long as those activities are not in conflict with the Mission Statement of this Association.
To encourage highly professional standards of conduct among the members of the Association and to continually strive to elevate the profession of fire code enforcement in the public sector and fire prevention within the private sector.