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Does anyone out there know of any training facilities that are teaching fire fighting tactics for use at grain handling faciities. I work for a large grain handling company and am looking for some specific training for our ERT.

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Alan Cannon, Safety Coordinator

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Purdue University holds classes for farming accidents including grain bin accidents.

Thanks Brad - will check it out. Brad Speer said:
Purdue University holds classes for farming accidents including grain bin accidents.
The Anderson's in Ohio has a guy that does classes and will come to your site. Our County TRT had him up here in Michigan this spring and he did a great job. Hope it helps!
Do you have any contact information for the guy???

alan

Sean Gleason said:
The Anderson's in Ohio has a guy that does classes and will come to your site. Our County TRT had him up here in Michigan this spring and he did a great job. Hope it helps!
I will attempt to get some contact information for you.
This is the contact for the instructor. If he can't help you, a company called START Rescue in Michigan does a very similar program. Let me know if you need any furthur assistance.

Roger Ward
Anderson's Grain
Maumee, Ohio
Roger_Ward@AndersonsInc.COM
419-893-5050
419-349-5710
Admin Support Person: 419-891-2908
Thanks a lot Sean - I really appreciate your help.

alancannon

Sean Gleason said:
This is the contact for the instructor. If he can't help you, a company called START Rescue in Michigan does a very similar program. Let me know if you need any furthur assistance.

Roger Ward
Anderson's Grain
Maumee, Ohio
Roger_Ward@AndersonsInc.COM
419-893-5050
419-349-5710
Admin Support Person: 419-891-2908

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