2024 Firefighter Cancer Awareness Incentive Program

Members of the Georgia Firefighters’ Cancer Benefit Program (GFCP) are encouraged to build awareness of the hazards and controls of firefighter cancer within their fire departments.

The loss control provider for the Georgia Firefighters’ Cancer Benefit Program, Local Government Risk Management Services (LGRMS), will continue to use an incentive program to encourage the awareness of hazards and controls surrounding firefighter cancer across the State of Georgia. This year’s Incentive Program begins July 1, 2024 and ends June 30, 2025. Two fire departments (one city and one county) who meet the eligibility requirements will be awarded up to $5,000 in reimbursement toward the purchase of equipment that will assist in the reduction of firefighter cancer risks (e.g. washer extractor, ventilation equipment, etc.).

LGRMS will roll out the eligibility requirements for the 2024 Firefighter Cancer Awareness Incentive Program in June of 2024. Stay tuned!