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Lives in:
445 SW F Hwy, Centerview, MO
Retired FD / KBR - Mosul, Iraq
Assistant Chief - Training and Special Ops / Paramedic
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Top issues in your department:
Quality Uniform Training across broad spectrum of emergency response agencies regarding hazardous materials and safety issues.
Professional Qualifications:
FF1 & 2, FSI 2, Fire Officer 1, Hazardous Materials Specialist/Trainer, AS Paramedical Science, WMD Instructor, Technical Rescue Specialist/Instructor, BS Biology & Biochemistry, EMS Instructor
Topics you provide training for:
Hazardous Materials, Technical Rescue I(including confined space), WMD/Terrorism Response, EMS
Areas of expertise:
Fire Officer, Paramedic, Hazmat Tech, Rescue Specialist
53 yo semi-retired Emergency Services professional with over 35 years experience providing broad based emergency response and training in a variety of systems (Fire based, EMS, Public and Private sector). Have done public sector and private consulting in safety and hazmat training in mid-western US.

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At 10:48am on July 1, 2011, Todd McKee said…
Hey Brother!  I got your  reply, I myself  use the HazMAt skid works  great.  The department  was using two wheeled carts to carry items in and out of the zones. They didn't have a skid so I came up with this idea until they could get funds for purchase. We had to leave the mattress on because there were to many items that the suit  could have tore the suit.  Thanks a ton  for the comment!  KEEP up the good STUFF! Todd

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