Online equipment usage via simulation;
Device marketing and training;
Strategy, tactics, communication;
Technology for online training and marketing.
Areas of expertise:
computer simulation, simulators, interactive, equipment, training
I am an expert and author in the field of simulation and specifically online equipment training, with field experience in EMS (both pre-hospital and in-hospital). I manage and run CommandSim and its parent company, Equipment Simulations LLC, and have designed and programmed sophisticated commercial and research-focused simulations for training and certification purposes.
I received my MSE and PhD in Computer Science from the University of Pennyslvania (1996), and my BA from Cornell University (1988).
Please allow me to invite you to the group called Unique HazMat Incidents. I will be presenting this at 2009 FDIC and would love to hear some of your thoughts. We are currently talking about some real interesting issues.
Unfortunately I will not be attending this year. My training budget has been slashed and travel has been restricted. I put in for FDIC in next years budget so we'll see. In the mean time I look forward to hearing other's thoughts about CTCs. Talk with you soon!
That can be done. Firefighting in a Nuclear Power plant makes for a great party topic but doesn't gain you many friends!! LOL.Very hard to find peers with the same issues but industrial firefighting is the closest match!!!!!
John,we could use your input in our Saffing group as well as our Tactical Building Blocks
This group will focus on aggressive interior firefighting. We will address tactics that increase your chance of not getting jammed up and cover what actions to undertake if you do.We will cover some big issues as well as small tactical tips
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