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Turks & Caicos Islands Fire & Rescue Officer

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Lives in:
Turks and Caicos Fire & Rescue Service
Sub Officer/ Crew Manager
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Man Power and New PPE
Professional Qualifications:
Airdrome Fire Fighter and Domestic Volunteer Firefighter, Crew Command, Incident Command.
Topics you provide training for:
Tactics and Techniques in Fire Fighting and Road Traffic Collision
Areas of expertise:
Driver Operator
Rope Rescue
Incident Command
First Aid
Water Rescue
Structure Fire
Road Traffic Collision
Basic Firefighting Instructor
Began as a volunteer firefighter, due to my love of the Job, saving lives and helping out my country I decided to join as a full full time firefighter, I attended an aviation course that was held for a 5 weeks period and I was sent to the largest Airport station in the Turks & Caicos Islands, due to my knowledge of domestic firefighting and training I always stand on top and doing my Job to the best of my ability I was transferred by the Chief Fire Officer Mr C. Jennings to the Domestic training and Development Department. I am still a volunteer fire fighter I love the crew they are a great set of people and we get along very well with each other and working with a great training Officer B Pearce is also a great experience for me and will enable me to be a great trainer some day.

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