CFSA and California Fairs. We are Better Together!

CFSA is California’s only full-service provider of self-insurance risk pool programs, safety training, and financial and business support services created especially for California’s fairs.

 

Setting aside time for fair staff training just got easier! CFSA, WFA and F&E teamed up on a full year of low to no cost training for fair management and staff. Print out a copy of the  2017-fair-training-program-schedule today!  

 

On our blog (October 26):
The ballots for our 2016 Fall Election are in and counted!
Please join us in welcoming new and returning directors to the CFSA board, and a new fair representative to the Revenue Protection Program Claims Committee.
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Job Postings (October 26):
In the market for a new job? The OC Fair & Event Center
is on the hunt for an Exhibits Supervisor and a Communications Director.
Here are the details along with applications and application information.

 

On our blog (September 8):
Stephen J. Kenny, CEO of the Butte County Fair, Elected to the CFSA Board of Directors
Please join us in welcoming Stephen J. Kenny, CEO of the Butte County Fair, to the CFSA board of directors. Kenny was elected by CFSA Class I and II member fairs as their representative to complete the final two years of retiring board member John Scurfield’s four-year term. Director Scurfield, CEO of the Chowchilla-Madera County Fair & Event Center, resigned from the board in August pending his retirement from the fair.   Read more >

 

On our blog (September 8):
Overheated? CFSA’s Risk Control Manager Provides Timely Tips on How to Head-Off Heat-Related Illnesses.
Unless your fairground is lucky enough to be on the California coast, chances are it’s really hot where you are. But even with daily temperatures climbing into the 80s, 90s and 100s, there’s still work that needs to be done outside.  What to do? Let’s check in with Tom Amberson, CFSA’s risk control manager, for a hot-weather refresher course that will help everyone keep their cool:  Read more >