"Technical rescue is important and is done by trench rescue technicians for saving life of employees. Apart from this, trench rescue consulting is also very mandatory so that quick rescue can be made in emergency situations."
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Living in a whole new world...New stations, personnel, apparatus. What a great issue to have though; we are blessed!
BA (Organizational Management). AAS (Public Service-fire Science and Para-medicine); NFA Training Program Management, NFA Fire Service Course Design
Topics you provide training for:
Technical Rescue, Leadership, Fire, and Rapid Intervention
Areas of expertise:
There are no experts. Nothing in emergency Services is an individual event; every event in emergency services is a learning opportunity.
Scott Richardson is a third generation firefighter and a member of the fire service since 1983. His current assignment is a Lieutenant, Tower 34 and Rescue Company 34, South Metro Fire Rescue Authority. Scott is the former Coordinator of the South Metro Fire Rescue Technical Rescue Team. He is graduate of the National Fire Academy Training Program Management course, a Colorado state certified fire instructor and fire officer, and a primary faculty member for the Community College of Aurora Public Safety Program and the Metro Regional Technical Rescue Team. He is the founder of On the Job Emergency Services Training, LLC. Scott instructs regionally and nationally, specifically on rapid intervention, technical rescue, and emergency services leadership.
Thanks Brother! This site has been a big help for me. Sometimes I think I am beating my head against a wall, only to see everyone else shares the same frustration. Thank you for the encouraging words. Be safe Brotha!
Sorry for the delay, The door prop has been moved while we consolidate fire departments. the training division is preparing a presentation on it. I will post that (as long as they are okay with it) once it is done.
I've got the VHS video in my library. I'll covert the segment over to MPEG. The incident occured in Washington State. Its on an old NFA Firefighter Safety video. Will get back to you when its converted.
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