Certified Fire Protection Specialist, Executive Fire Officer, Chief Fire Officer, Member Institution of Fire Engineers, MS, BS
Topics you provide training for:
All aspects of fire operations and administration
Areas of expertise:
Municipal, Industrial, Marine Firefighting
Chief (ret.) Craig H. Shelley, EFO, CFO, CFPS is a Fire Protection Advisor with the Saudi Aramco Fire Protection Department. He currently serves with the Fire Training and Development Section. Craig has over 40 years of experience and previously served with the City of New York Fire Department (FDNY) as the Chief of Marine Operations, Special Operations Command as well as the fire chief for the City of Rutland (VT) Fire Department. Chief Shelley has written numerous articles for trade publications and is a co-author of Industrial Firefighting for Municipal Firefighters (PennWell, 2007). In addition Craig has authored a chapter in the recently published text Industrial Fire Brigade: Principles and Practices (Jones and Bartlett, 2007). For further information the author may be contacted at MARDIV4715@aol.com.
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Craig, Joe Woodall here. Just wanted to let you know that I am now at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in Salisbury, NC. I adopted your great book for our FIP 140 Industrial Fire Protection course in the Fall 2012 semester! I am glad to see that things are going well for you and look forward to staying in touch.
Hey Chief nice to hear from you, did you say you wrote a book? I am gionna have to chase that one down sure to be some good stuff in there. Hope all is well on your half of the world, thnings here in Jersy are great
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