Just wanted to say thanks for the reply on the Auto-x topic that I had put up. Feel free to shoot me an e-mail on anything you would like to chat about to do with Auto-x.
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"Having been an Extrication instructor for approx. 17 years i have learned from the best this guy unfortunatly he is unable to teach any more but the Tennessee Association of Rescue Squad's has kept up with the new airbags and the vehicle…"
"just a little advice first how do you elect your officers that really huge and do you have a board of directors if not maybe you shoul consider getting one for such things as this with your chief from past experience that i have had the election of…"
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vehicle extrication, evoc, Venessa k. Free(Tennessee requirement), firefighting 27 years, pump operations.
Topics you provide training for:
extrication, Bloodborne Pathogens, evoc, any other training possible that can be given.
Areas of expertise:
Extrication Instructor, evoc, and not an expert in anything alway learning new things
I started at McMinn County Rescue Squad in 1982 and during my time here i have served as 1st sgt., 2nd sgt, 1st Lt., Asst. Chief and I have served as the chief for the past 12 years. During this time i have done alot of classes and have several certifications in different types of fire and rescue services, but I am the type of chief I love to learn on every call and always willing to learn from other people just because i have doing this for 27 years I DO NOT know everything and i do not put up with cocky, arrogant attitudes cause these things is what gets people hurt. Thats about it for me just love my work and serving as the Chief of this volunteer department of 90 members.
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