"Hi Shawn. Is there a way you could send the file of the table top. If possible could you send the file and we will have a local printing shop print off the picture. Our current table top set up is very outdated and not very user friendly.…"
Thanks for your piece here, that is quite the set up you have there. The wildland table top is awesome! Very cool!
As for our map, I actually made it on Photoshop and then printed it out on a plotter. So it is electronic…"
"I too am a fan of the table top simulations. We have a city table and a wildland table. Our city table is broken into three distinct areas that require different types of tactics; residential, commercial and industrial. We have color died cotton…"
"One Great Key to great table tops are getting stuff that looks and feel like your own equipment! Find Trucks that look like your rigs, they bring more buy in from the members and allow them to become more attached to the scenarios!
Certificate of Admissions in Fire and Emergency Services Administration - Colorado State University
Diploma in Emergency Service Technology - Lakeland College
Emergency Medical Responder
Safety Code Officer, Fire Invest/Inspect
NFPA 1001 L2
NFPA 1021 L1
NFPA 1041 L1
NFPA 472 Ops
Topics you provide training for:
I attended Lakeland College completing my diploma in Emergency Services Technology and did my 3 month practicum with Spruce Grove Fire Service. I have also successfully met the requirement of Colorado State University's Certificate of Admissions in Fire and Emergency Services Administration. My goal is to get a Bachelor of Science in Fire and Emergency Services Administration from CSU. Currently employed with Parkland County as Deputy Fire Chief - Life Safety. Previous to that I was employed by Yellowhead County as Deputy Fire Chief - Training / Humna Resources.
Welcome to the greatest training community in the world. This is where the serious trainers come to learn and grow from each other. I respectfully request that you add your full name to your profile. This is a tradition that everyone must follow in our training community, I hope you understand. I would also like to invite to you to visit the group called Unique HazMat Incidents. WE would love to hear what you have to say.
We are excited to have you participate in our discussions and interactive forums. Before you begin posting, please take a moment to read our policy page HERE. -- Bobby Halton
Be Alert for Spam
We actively monitor the community for spam, however some does slip through. Please use common sense and caution when clicking links. If you suspect you've been hit by spam, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does your fire department have a policy concerning working above or below truss assemblies involved in fire? CLICK HERE to send us your reply.