Does your department have technical rescue capabilities? What kind of problems are you facing in regards to staffing, training and equipment? If you have any gadgets or special techniques, this is the place to share them.
Kearny N.J. Fire Department(career) Brick Twsp. Fire Department (Vol.)
Firefighter (KFD), Captain (Brick TRT), Past Chief (Brick)
Years of public service:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Personal escape devices, Manpower,
Level II Instructor State of New Jersey
Live Burn/ SCBA Certified Instructor
Flashover Simulator Certified Instructor
Fire Fighter I and II Instructor
High Angle Rope Rescue Instructor
Confined Space Rescue Instructor
Trench Rescue Instructor
Structural Collapse Instructor
ICS I-300 and I-400 Instructor
Rescue Specialist New Jersey Task Force 1
Topics you provide training for:
Live Fire Evolutions (H.O.T. Instructor Fixed Facility Burn Instructor)
Classroom Presenter ( Search...one size does not fit all)
FF I and II
Areas of expertise:
I'm not an expert in anything, but I like to instruct in the following areas:
I am a forth generation firefighter, my uncle, grandfater and great grand fathers were all firefighters. I also am a member of the New Jersey Task Force 1 USAR team as a Rescue Specialist. All of my children, 2 sons and 1 daughter are members of the volunteer fire department where we live as am I, and I am a past Chief, currently the Captain of our Technical Rescue Team. I am also a member of the Jersey F.O.O.L.S.
Hey Art, how are ya, I was your classroom assistant at FDIC, and we also had a few beers at Ike and Jonseys................I will be getting a picture up soon, so hows things ???? Talk to ya later, hmmmmm, more Arts, well you can know me as the "Kentucky Art"
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