"Hey John -
Just reading your post, and not sure if the problem has been fixed yet, but I wanted to offer another point of view.
Being the TO in my dept along with being a line officer, our problems are two-fold: first, getting ALL of the…"
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Training, Safety, Staffing, and keeping the members focused to do their jobs safely and efficiently.
Topics you provide training for:
All Aspects of Firefighting Operations, Officer Development, Specialized Technical Rescue Competencies, such as Building Collapse, Trench Rescue, Rope Rescue, Confined Space Rescue, and Motor Vehicle Extrication.
Areas of expertise:
I continue to spend my time in the fire service in the capacity of a life-long student.
Mike Daley has spent over 23 years in the fire service, and has held many officer positions in both career and volunteer departments. He is currently working as a Lieutenant and Training Officer with the Monroe Township (NJ) Fire District #3, and is an Instructor with the Middlesex County (NJ) Fire Academy, where he is responsible for Rescue Training Curriculum development. Mike is also serving as a Rescue Officer with the New Jersey Task Force 1, Urban Search and Rescue Team.
Mike's educational experiences include an extensive background in Fire Suppression, Technical Rescue, Emergency Medical Training, and Fire Prevention studies. He also holds multiple degrees in Business Management and Public Safety Administration.
Mike is also the Managing Member for Fire Service Performance Concepts, LLC, a consulting corporation that provides asssistance and support to fire departments with their training programs and course development. Additionally, Mike has been a lecturer at many fire service training venues, such as FDIC, FDIC East, FDIC West, Firehouse Expo, Firehouse Central, and Reno Fire Tech.
Hey Mike great to see you over the weekend, I was really hoping to get into your class. You were commenting on our pictures if there is ever anything you need for any of your classes let me know, between Rob and I we have a ton of stuff for just about anyhting. Stay well brother keep up the good work.
Welcome to the New Jersey Group. Make sure you invite your fellow New Jersey Brothers. This is your group so feel free to pass on some knowledge, start or join any discussion, or if you’re looking for a place to vent, vent away,
we could use your input in our Tactical Building Blocks group. We are on the side under featured groups.
This group will focus on aggressive interior firefighting. We will address tactics that increase your chance of not getting jammed up and cover what actions to undertake if you do.We will cover some big issues as well as small tactical tips
Everything is well since going back to the line. I am at Engine 5 and loving life. Now I can still be involved in training but not have to be worried about the paperwork. A lot less headaches too.
I've been busy with some firefighter one and other classes. Looks like a busy spring. Stay well.
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