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Michael Waldron
  • 49, Male
  • Grand Rapids
  • United States
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Lives in:
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Department:
GRFD
Title/rank:
Fire Fighter
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Instructor
Topics you provide training for:
RIT, Search & Rescue, Air Mangement
Bio:
Michael Waldron is an instructor for Rapid Intervention Training and Search & Rescue. He has attended numerous Federal, State, and Local classes and has instructed Search & Rescue, Flashover Simulator, Save Your Own, and Rapid Intervention courses outside of his own department. As a perpetual student of the fire services, he has focused primarily on Rapid Intervention, Search & Rescue, and Save Your Own. He also worked with FIRE LLC at Tomahawk Rescue School in Tomahawk, WI. His Training Company, INNER CIRCLE FIRE TRAINING, recently took him to Valdivia, Chile to teach Rapid Intervention and Ropes & Knots.
Web site:
http://innercirclefiretraining.com

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At 6:06pm on May 20, 2008, Juan Esteban Kunstmann said…
Hi Mike, how are you? Are you visiting us again in october?
Be safe

Juan
At 11:39pm on May 3, 2008, Kevin Moeller said…
Hey Mike, how's everything been w/ Inner Circle? See you in Tomahawk.
At 9:39am on April 14, 2008, Ray McCormack said…
Hi Mike The plyers are used to activate locks once the cylinders are pulled. The slotted side is for Rim locks the bent side is for Mortise locks. The bend on the tool should face in not out.
Ray
 
 
 

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