Fire Brigades Union general secretary Matt Wrack said that strike action had been rejected by members north of the border following negotiations with the Scottish Government.
Firemen in England and Wales staged a four-day strike last week over plans to make members work up to 60 and change their pension rights.
But they will not be joined by their Scottish colleagues after they voted to accept a pensions offer from the Scottish Government.
Community safety Minister Roseanna Cunningham tweeted that she was "Grateful" that FBU Scotland had rejected industrial action. She added: "Understand that pensions remain a huge issue for all members."
A statement from FBU General Secretary Matt Wrack said: "Scottish members have recognised that significant improvements have been made so far.
"By majority vote Scottish members have decided that the proposal is sufficient to avoid strike action at this time. Further details will be reported in due course. The Executive Council has noted that to date no such proposals have been received from Ministers in England or in Wales."