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  • Odenton
  • United States
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Lives in:
Odenton, Maryland
Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute
Training Coordinator
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Increased demand for services
Volunteer recruitment and retention
Aging infrastructure (fire stations)
Apparatus replacement costs
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter I/II/III
Fire Officer I/II/III
Fire Instructor I/Ii/III
Hazmat Awareness/Operations/Technician/Incident Commander
Incident Safety Officer/Health and Safety Officer
Fire Apparatus Driver Operator - Pump and Aerial
Topics you provide training for:
Incident Command System (including NIMS)
Hazmat Operations/Technician/Incident Command
Terrorism Response Planning
Disaster and Emergency Management
Areas of expertise:
Incident Command System
Terrorism Response Planning
Disaster and Emergency Management
Hazardous Materials/WMD
35 years of emergency services experience as a firefighter, EMT, and fire officer. Currently serve at the Terrorism Response Training Coordinator for the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute. Responsible for direct delivery of WMD and hazmat training, NIMS compliance training, and ICS training. Also manage distance education programs offering on-line training opportunities. Part-time faculty with University of Maryland with Emergency Management, Homeland Security, and Fire Science curriculum.
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