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Lives in:
Richfield, MN
Saint Paul Fire Department
Firefighter/EMT/Haz-Mat Specialist
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Fire and EMS!
Professional Qualifications:
* State of Minnesota Firefighter 1 and 2
* State of Minnesota Emergency Medical Technican - Basic
* National Registery of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT)Certified
* National Academy of Emergency Medical Dispatchers (NAEMD) Certified
* Haz-Mat Technician
* Advanced Haz-Mat Technician Certified (Pueblo)
* Confined Space Rescue Technician Certified (ROCCO/CMC)
* Rescue Diver Certified (PADI)
* Arson Investigator (MN Fire Marshal's Office)
* Haz-Mat Specialty Ratings in:
* Air-Monitoring
* Haz-Cat Kit
* Team Leader
* Rail Car (Pueblo)
* Highway Response (Pueblo)
Topics you provide training for:
Firefighter Survival
Areas of expertise:
Hazardous Materials Team Operations/Firefighter Survival
* Member of the Eagan Minnesota Fire Department from 1996 - 2000. Served as a Lieutenant for 1.5 years. Served out of Station 1 (days)

* Member of the Mankato Fire Department from 2000 - 2003. Served as:
Assistant Fire Marshal
Assistant Haz-Mat Coordinator
Shift Firefighter
Acting Shift Commander

* Currently serving with the Saint Paul Fire Department 2003 - PRESENT. Currently, I am assigned to Engine/Medic Company 24 (East Side of Saint Paul). Where I serve as a Firefighter/EMT/Haz-Mat Specialist

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