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Lives in:
Huntsville
Department:
Walker County CERT TEAM
Title/rank:
Battalion Chief
Years of public service:
17
Agency structure:
other
Top issues in your department:
60 adult members
22 high school members
1 trailer
1 4 door truck
search and rescue equipment
Professional Qualifications:
Cert. Level 1 firefighter Instructor, FEMA certified out the wazzo, Home Designer, CERT TEAM instructor
Topics you provide training for:
Wildland, Structure, Emergency Driving, FEMA CERT
Areas of expertise:
Home Construction
Bio:
I have been in the fire service for 15 yrs. I have been in CERT for 3 years, one during my last year as a fire fighter. I have had my own company designing homes for 10 yrs. I know construction and what works and what can get you hurt in a fire. I am an expert when it comes to dealing with special needs individuals in emergency situations. I am a certified instructor for FEMA CERT teams. I have a beautiful wife, great 12 yr old special needs daughter,

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At 8:02pm on January 22, 2010, Joe Whitehead said…
Gentlemen,
Thank you for the reminder. I was lacks in not putting it on and I corrected at first chance. I look forward to participating in discussions and possibly submitting an article to be considered for publishing. Thank you for adding me to this group.
Joe Whitehead
At 1:04pm on January 22, 2010, Brad Hoff said…
Joe

Can you please add your last name. If you do not, your account will be suspended by admin.

Thanks
At 1:41pm on March 11, 2008, Bobby Halton said…
Hey Joe by your bio it looks like you have a lot to offer. What follows is my standard request for full names. Hope you enjoy the site you are exactly who belongs here. Welcome to the Fire Engineering Training Community. We are excited to have you participate in our discussions and interactive forums. The groups are going strong and the industry's best minds are all participating. We are trying something a little different here: To ensure we have the best communication possible, we are asking that you use your full name if you wish to participate in a discussion or forum. By eliminating anonymous posts we hope to elevate the discussion and maintain a true sense of open and honest sharing. The intent here is not to exclude anyone but to protect everyone from unwanted and inappropriate postings.

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Bobby Halton
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