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Firefighting: A Culture of Risk
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Firefighters risk their lives to save lives and property. Many lives have been lost and hard lessons learned. Because of these lessons, we have discovered better ways to build homes and fight…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jay Lewandowski May 19, 2011.


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Lives in:
12 Metro Park Road # 207
Loss Contol Specialist
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Top issues in your department:
Safety, Claims resolution
Professional Qualifications:
Foemr Fire Instructor through Alabama Fire College, NREMT- Paramedic, Instructor: BTLS, ACLS, PALS, Traumatic Brain Injury, EVOC
Topics you provide training for:
Injury Reduction and Improved Safety in the Fire Service
Areas of expertise:
Ergonomics, Workplace Safety
I have volunteered at 4 Volunteer Services. I worked for Rural Metro Ambulance as a Paramedic Supervisor and Traiing Officer. I have taught EMS and Fire courses at Central Alabama Community College and Trenholm State Technical College. I have also provided training as a Field Instructor through the Alabama Fire College.
For the past nine years I have been working for Workers Comp Insurance companies identifying ways to improve Workplace Safety.

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At 1:01am on April 23, 2011, Michael Dombroski said…

Hi Jay

I like what you're saying in regards to the culture.  I have left a message in your in box.  If you provide me with e mail details I can send you some stuff that you may find interesting.  Cheers, Mike D

At 11:38am on April 14, 2011, Mike France said…


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