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34 Burcam Dr. Madison, CT.
New Haven Fire Department and Madison Hose Co. #1Volunteer
Captain (retired)
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Air Management
Professional Qualifications:
Fire Instructor
Rescue Tech
Haz Mat Tech
Deputy Fire Marshal
Topics you provide training for:
Common sense approach to Firefighting
Forcible Entry
Air Management
Rescue and RIT
Areas of expertise:
Still Learning after all these years
28 yr. vet of the Fire Service. Acting B.C. for the last 12 yrs. of my career in the East Battalion that encompasses most of the downtown area as well as Yale Univ., I-95 & I-91 corridor , the Harbor area and Tweed New Haven Airport. Middlesex County Fire School Instructor and volunteer firefighter for Madison Hose Co. #1.
Presently serving as a Deputy Fire Marshal for the Town of Madison, Ct.
Occupational Safety and Health consultant for DuPont, Brookdale International.
Designed the Train the Trainer program and consultant for Yale University’s study on respiratory protection for Firefighters.
Consultant to CIRMA for developing a national model for the rehabilitation of firefighting injuries.

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At 7:36pm on April 1, 2008, Thomas Mahoney said…
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