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Keith "Gus" Grant
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  • North Port, FL
  • United States
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Lives in:
North Port, FL
Department:
Race Safety Innovations
Title/rank:
Owner
Years of public service:
20+
Agency structure:
other
Top issues in your department:
Identifying and implementing proper emergency response objectives and needs for motorsports venues. Preplanning, funding, adequate training and PPE are ever present problems in this high risk industry. Keeping abreast of industry changes is paramount to providing quality services and equipment while protecting personnel and the entertainment customer at the same time.
Professional Qualifications:
Fire Lt. Providence RI (ret). Current ICS, EMS and Industrial safety training certifications. Red Cross instructor, FL EMT-B, previous ASE heavy truck mechanic and related fire service career training. Currently undergoing and updating additional fire/rescue training programs pertinent to new industry and professional needs.
Topics you provide training for:
Under development
Areas of expertise:
Speedway fire/rescue and motorsports safety equipment. Component and equipment design, fabrication and welding. Emergency vehicle and equipment design, mfg. and repair/refurbishment experience.
Bio:
20+ years experience in emergency services. Previous experience in emergency vehicle mfg, refurbishment and equipment technician. Safety supervisor for manufacturing company with in house ERT. Owner of motorsports safety company since 2000 with new products and services evolving and inventor of new safety tools. Currently updating training programs to coincide with motorsports safety equipment and response needs. Motorports experience over 20 years as a crew member, crew chief, mechanic, fabricator, welder and machinist.
Web site:
http://www.rsisafety.com

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At 2:04pm on December 25, 2008, Dp said…
Welcome to the Training Community brother, it's good to have you aboard! We'll talk soon, but in the mean time, have a Very Merry and Safe Christmas.
 
 
 

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