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Carla Morales
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Lives in:
Post Falls Idaho
Spirit Lake Fire and rescue
Years of public service:
15 yrs
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
We need to train with our sister stations, so we are all on the same page on the fire ground. Inner dept communications. Public education. Better mutual hands on trainings on a larger scale.
Professional Qualifications:
North Idaho Critical incident Stress Management coordinator.
Topics you provide training for:
CISM trainings. Fire training, Ems trainings.
Areas of expertise:
I'm learning every day on the job and in the courses I choose to take to better myself as a Firefighter and Officer.
I started out as a volunteer for Hayden Fire Dept before its name became Northern Lakes as it is today. I volunteered for them for 5 yrs. I worked for KCEMSS and was stationed out at Kootenai Fire and Rescue for 3 yrs as a volunteer as well. I am now presently stationed out at Spirit Lake Fire and Rescue full time now for 10 yrs. I am presently rebuilding and reorganizing the NICISM team .
Web site:
http://spiritlakefire and rescue

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At 10:14am on March 29, 2012, Christopher Huston said…

Thanks for checking out my profile and the add! Please read my past post!


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