Adapting to growing needs/demands placed on public safety.
NFPA 1001 Level I/II, 1002, 1003, 1041. MA and RI EMT-B
Topics you provide training for:
Liquid Fuel Fires
Auto Extrication-New Car Technology
Areas of expertise:
There are no experts. There is always something more we can do to expand our knowledge and to hone our skills. The day we stop learning is the day we start dying.
14 year fire service veteran, aircraft certified since 2001,
RIUSAR TF-1 Rescue Specialist, Instructor for Massachusetts Fire Academy Recruit Program
Deployed under USFA with FEMA for Hurricane Katrina/Rita.
Founding member of the Southern New England F.O.O.L.S.
Drum Sergent Rhode Island Professional Firefighters Pipes and Drums
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I actually am getting moved to a different shift so I'm not sure how much of your training I'm going to be able to attend. However I was right in the middle of rallying my E-Board to go down on the 24th for Jonny Mac"s lecture when i got moved so hopefully they'll still go down. Hope all is well and I'm looking forward to working on the Convention with ya.
Dana,sorry you couldnt make it this year. It was a hell of a Convention, glad it is over though, just alot of worrying about the details. I'll definately be in Maine next summer. Its been about 3 years since I was in York, used to spend my summers in Maine as a Kid. Plus I have to bring a few of the Brothers East and do a little tour of Boston and Possibly NYC. Take Care of yourself Brother, Till next years Convention...Sven
I got your email. Don't count me out just yet. I looked into flights and they aren't TOO bad. I could fly in to Manchestah and make Sippy da Cup drive me around. That way I could "visit" his wife... Give me a call...
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