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Lives in:
College Station, Texas
University of Houston Downtown
Professor - Safety Management & Fire Protection Engineering
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Public safety (police-fire)
Top issues in your department:
Relevant & Challenging HAZWOPER Training
Professional Qualifications:
Fire Officer II
Master Structural Firefighter
Fire Service Instructor III Master
Hazardous Materials Technician
Topics you provide training for:
DOT HazMat Awareness 172
HazCat Kit - Operational Level
Air Monitoring for Emergency Response (165.4) - EPA External Provider
Sampling for Hazardous Materials (165.9)
Areas of expertise:
Developing simulations using CommandSim for HazMat & HAZWOPER training.
I present work part time as a HazMat Specialist & Trainer for Garner Environmental Services, Inc. of Pasadena, TX.

Have an extensive background of formal training in WMD HazMat as well as Fire Command. Will be attending NFA in August, 2008 taking HazMat Ops Site Practices.

Teach at Houston Community College - Fire Technlogy Program - Firefighter Cadets - HazMat Ops and Structural Firefighting.

Also pursuing my ProBoard HazMat Branch Officer and HazMat Safety Officer certification thru Duport ERT
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At 3:21pm on June 11, 2008, Bryn Crandell said…
Thank you.

At 10:52am on March 6, 2008, Jonathan Kaye said…
Hi Al! Good to see you here!

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