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What I Learned at “Fire Camp”

What I Learned at “Fire Camp”Work is work and no matter how good your fire department is, we all are caught up in the daily grind. Stuff does not go the way we want. We have assignments that we are not really into and sometimes we do not see eye to eye with our coworkers. As much as we don’t like it, these are the realities of our workplace, and over time they can impact our outlook. I had the opportunity to teach at a conference this past weekend, what I jokingly call Fire Camp (a tongue in…See More
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Lives in:
California
Department:
Davis Fire Department
Title/rank:
Assistant Chief
Years of public service:
45
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Fire Officer
Fire Instructor
CFO & Peer Reviewer
Topics you provide training for:
Officer Development
Leadership
Incident Management
Engine Company Operations
RIT/FAST
Technical rescue
Areas of expertise:
Officer development, incident command, fireground operations, & rescue operations

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What I Learned at “Fire Camp”

What I Learned at “Fire Camp”



Work is work and no matter how good your fire department is, we all are caught up in the daily grind. Stuff does not go the way we want. We have assignments that we are not really into and sometimes we do not see eye to eye with our coworkers. As much as we don’t like it, these are the realities of our workplace, and over time they can impact…

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