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Mar 11, 2009
Jim Wamsley is now a member of Fire Engineering Training Community
Recruitment/Retention; Increasing levels of Certification within Rank & File
Wyoming Fire Officer III; Executive Fire Officer 2nd Year; FF II, ADO & HazMat Tech (Pro Board)
Topics you provide training for:
All topics related to Fire Service Operations from Structural Tactics to HazMat and High-Angle/Confined Space Rescue. Also topics concerning Management and Supervision
Areas of expertise:
High-Angle Rope Rescue; Confined Space Rescue; Vehicle Extrication
Began in the Fire Service in 1994 as a member of the newly formed Emergency Response Team at an Industrial Plant. Served as Team Captain for 10 yrs. Primary responsibility that of Maintenance Supervisor.
Joined Sweetwater County Fire District #1 as a Volunteer Firefighter in March, 2002. Promoted to Captain in 2003. Appointed to Chief's Position upon retirement of previous Fire Chief; accepted position as the Full-Time Chief in April 2006.
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