"Hi James it is in the works the NFPA 1901 Standard is presently under revision and we have taken our scientific data to them for inclusion in the Standard. However if will be a tuff fight as some of the custom cab builders will fight it as there 4…"
"Just had a facebook exchange with Tony Correia regarding seatbelts in apparatus, and I understand that you are working on this important issue with NIOSH. My concern is not that firefighters should accept anything but full compliance with…"
Oct 10, 2013
James H. Guy is now a member of Fire Engineering Training Community
AAS Fire Science, BPS Fire Administration, Past Dept. Chief, Retired Erie County Deputy Fire Coordinator, Retired Fire & Life Safety Manager State University of NY at Buffalo, National Certification Fire Instructor, Erie County NY Fire Fighter Instructor, 42 years of fire service experience, Founder of the Juvenile Fire Intervention Response and Education of WNY
Topics you provide training for:
Fire Safety/Prevention, Live Fire, fire ground operations, ICS
Areas of expertise:
Adult education - parents dealing with child curiosity about fire, intervention skills & process
Adult education - general life fire safety skills/awareness
in the business environment and at home
Adult education - Firefighter skills
Adult education - community action using building codes and engaging stakeholders
Retired Fire & Life Safety Manager University at Buffalo, Past Erie Co. NY Deputy Fire Coordinator, 42 years in the volunteer fire service, founder of Off Campus Living.org, founder of the J-F.I.R.E. program of WNY, Firefighter trainer
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Hi James it is in the works the NFPA 1901 Standard is presently under revision and we have taken our scientific data to them for inclusion in the Standard. However if will be a tuff fight as some of the custom cab builders will fight it as there 4 seats across cab for some is there best seller. Hopefully big money will not win over common sense.
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