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Toyota Fire Department
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Industrial fire department
Top issues in your department:
Firefighter Safety, Quality Training on Fire Prevention and Fire Suppression, Training with Surrounding Departments.
Professional Qualifications:
Capt. Fire Suppression Systems/Fire Inspector at Toyota FD in San Antonio, TX. TCFP Structural Firefighter, Paramedic from The University of Texas Medical Center in Dallas, TDH & NREMT-P, TCFP Driver/Operator, High and Low Angle Rescue Certificates, Trench and Confine Space Tech Certificate, Certificate in Emergency Management, Industrial Fire Brigade from Texas A&M.
Areas of expertise:
Fire Suppression Systems, Industrial Hot Work Programs.
Capt. Joe Hearn is a first generation firefighter in his family. Starting his career in 2002 he later join a department in Dallas, TX after finishing his EMT-Basic, Rookie Fire Academy and receiving a Certificate in Emergency Management. While in Dallas he obtained his Paramedic Certificate at The University of Texas Medical Center, TCFP Driver/Operator Certificate, High and Low Angle Rescue Certificates, Trench and Confine Space Tech Certificate. He also received 3 Outstanding Unit Citations for firefighting and rescue activities within his first year. He has been married to his lovely wife Chelsea for 10 years and has one 8 year old son Maxx. Capt Hearn not only works as a FF/Paramedic but also manages the Fire Suppression System, FD News Letter, TMMTX Fire Department Web Site and the TMMTX Hot Work Program.

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At 11:30am on March 5, 2008, Bobby Halton said…
Hey Brother!
bring in your brothers and sisters from Toyota. Miss talking to you!
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