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The Ohio PUCO has awarded a grant to the University of Findlay (Ohio) for Hazardous Materials Training. The is will allow free training to Volunteer Fire departments throughout the State. We all know how tight Fire Department budgets are and this would allow your department to get the training that is required at zero cost.

Feel free to contact me to schedule your training (740-507-8802).

Your friend, Todd McKee

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The State of Ohio needs to upgrade or go with a national standard course. Cleveland State University has been doing haz-mat training for years through grants and other means. At the Solon Haz-mat conference they have a list of fire depts. that qualify for free training by county, if you need info please contact them.

Thank you  Dan!  I  sit on a  few committees  with in the  State of Ohio  and  they have  currently  re-vamped the HazMat Awareness, Operations & Technician level  training. 

Chief Vedder has  done  an  excellent job  with  the HazMat Conference in  Solon, Ohio.  Your blessed to be able to have such knowledgeable like Mark!  Thank you for your reply!!!!

 

Your  friend, Todd McKee 

University of Findlay

Emergency Response for Hazardous Materials Instructor

740 507 8802

daniel s romanoff said:

The State of Ohio needs to upgrade or go with a national standard course. Cleveland State University has been doing haz-mat training for years through grants and other means. At the Solon Haz-mat conference they have a list of fire depts. that qualify for free training by county, if you need info please contact them.

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