|Dennis Thatcher||Chief of Department, EMT-B||Since 1976|
|David Alvord||Assistant Chief, EMT-B||Since 1976|
|Edward Morann||Captain||Since 1965|
|Merton Taylor Jr.||Lieutenant, EMT-B||Since 1988|
|Matt Hardwick||Lieutenant||Since 2001|
|Stacey Magdycz||Emergency Medical Officer , EMT-B||Since 2000|
|Andrew Stevens||Firefighter||Since 1995|
|Robbie Shearer||Firefighter, EMT-B||Since 1996|
|Brian Hawthorne||Firefighter, EMT-B||Since 2004|
|Cam Lacey||Firefighter||Since 2008|
|Ellen Dupont||Firefighter, EMT-B||Since 2009|
|Claude Dupont||Firefighter||Since 2009|
|Ken Magdycz||Firefighter||Since 2011|
|Debbie Stevens||EMT-B||Since 2013|
Plainfield Fire-EMS is currently staffed by resident volunteers with years of combined firefighting experience. The Department provides first-in fire, light rescue, and EMS services to the town of Plainfield, with standing mutual aid assignments to the towns of Ashfield, Cummington, Hawley, Windsor, and Savoy.
All firefighters are CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation) and AED (automatic external defibrillator) certified, and trained as Medical First Responders or higher. Most are trained to the Haz-mat Operational level and are ice rescue certified. At present there are eleven staff EMT's available for call at all times. Several of our firefighters have received specialized training in the areas of wildland firefighting, SWI (structural-wildland interzone), mountain rescue, ice and water rescue, fire prevention and fire investigation.