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Shoshone County Fire Protection District #1
Senior Firefighter/EMT-B
Years of public service:
16 Years
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Man Power we are a growing area but they seem to fail to want to increase our staffing or build us new stations. The stations we run out of now are from the 1920's to 1950's and they can't handle the size of the new equipment trucks and etc. They think we can grow population wise and building wise but keep the staffing at the 1970's and 80's era.
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter 1&2, EMT-B, Haz Mat Awareness, Extrication Tech., RIT, Swift Water Rescue, Back Country Rescue, Wildland Firefighting, Engine Operator,
Topics you provide training for:
Flashover Survival Instructor for the State of Idaho on the swedish flashover survival systems.

AHA CPR & 1st Aide Trainer
I am a 16 year Fire Service Veteran. I have been around fire departments all my life. My dad was a firefighter for 20 years on a combination department and my cousin was a firefighter on the same department for 21 years and my cousin is now one of our Deputy State Fire Marshalls in Idaho. I spent every chance I had at the fire house and with the guys. My entire life alls I wanted to be is a firefighter and thats what happen. I do have to say there is no better job in the h*** world than to be a firefighter.
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At 12:59pm on May 9, 2008, James Cleveland said…
Hey Greg,

Saw your profile and thought I would send a freinds invite. Good to see someone else from the county as a member of the training group.


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