LNM ECS / Fire & Safety Specialists, Inc / Industrial Fire World Magizine
Consultant / Author / Traing Program Manager / Techncial Editor
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As a writer and consultant I see similar yet different issues in all sorts for fire and EMS services. I try to write about the how to get them fixed in the real world to these real world problems and such.
IFSAC Level II Fire Service Instructor, Texas EMS Instructor, Texas (SFFMA and TCFP) Fire Service Instructor - Level II, Certified Environmental Trainer, Texas and NR EMT-Basic, Firefighter II, HAZMAT Technician and Instructor. I-400 qualified Incident Commander.
Topics you provide training for:
General fire and EMS topics as well as HAZMAT and special problem fires such as Ethanol and Class A and B foam for industry. NIMS and ICS at all levels, CPR and first aid.
Areas of expertise:
Weapons of mass destruction, HAZMAT, special problem fires, foam firefighting, NIMS and ICS. Training program development and delivery,
Louis N. Molino, Sr. is a twenty-eight year veteran emergency services provider with both fire and EMS experience in urban, suburban and rural environments. He has been published in a number of national Fire and EMS magazines and has also been a Chapter Contributor for a number of major Fire and EMS texts. He has written a textbook on Incident Management for John Wiley and Son’s entitled Emergency Incident Management Systems: Fundamentals and Applications, He is the President of the EMS Association of Texas (EMSAT) he also currently serves as a Member of the Board of Directors of the National Fire Academy Alumni Association for Region VI and is a Member of several other professional associations at all levels. He is currently a Fire and EMS author, consultant and instructor based in College Station, Texas and can be reached at LNMolino@aol.com and welcomes comments on his writing.
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