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Jesse Quinalty
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  • Beaumont, CA
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Lives in:
Beaumont, CA
San Bernardino County Fire Department
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
CSFM Master Instructor
Topics you provide training for:
Command and Control, CSFM and NWCG Courses, Table Top Fire Simulation, Everyone Goes Home
Jesse Quinalty is a Master Instructor and the owner of Red Helmet Training in Southern California which houses four classrooms and a command training center. He specializes in Company Officer Training as well as table top and digital fire simulations. He is a Captain with the San Bernardino County Fire Department working in San Bernardino City (CA) and was the Operations and Training Captain at his previous department.

Jesse has also been fortunate to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. He has been the Incident Commander for multiple structure fires and other incidents, including city-wide flooding during two monsoon storms. He was involved in a burnover during the Sawtooth Incident and credited with saving the engine crew with his command presence.

He has presented at several conferences including the Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC), Firehouse World San Diego, the California Fire EMS and Disaster Expo or CFED West, the California Training Officers Symposium, the Springfield Ohio IAFF annual conference and the Virginia Fire Rescue Conference.
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