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Lives in:
Seattle, WA
Snohomish County Fire District #7
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Experience; Officer development and continued education; Education - formal / degree; Leadership - need more (firefighters & officers) who are willing to raise the bar; Growth - we're growing so fast that we can't keep up with apparatus and facilities; Annexations - cities taking over the greatest tax revenue areas of county departments (us)
Professional Qualifications:
IFSAC Fire Officer II
IFSAC Hazmat Operations
IFSAC Instructor
FEMA / NFA - Chief Officer Curriculum
FEMA / NFA - Incident Safety Officer
IAFC / FRI - Chief Officer Leadership Symposium
Associates Degree - Fire Command Administration
Topics you provide training for:
Truck Company Operations; Quint Operations; IMS / Tactics; Recruit Academy - State Fire Academy; Nozzle / hoseline operations.
Areas of expertise:
Nothing. I'm still learning...and I'll still be learning the day I retire.
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At 6:41pm on November 4, 2009, Ben Fleagle said…
Hey Loo:

Been reading your department's "Nozzle Project", very, very good stuff. What has occurred since that would affect your results? Anything? We're developing plans to give 2 1/2" lines its proper place on our engines again, and I'm looking for the right argument to sway opinions about smooth bores as well. (By the way, the push for this started at the Seattle Convention class in '08)
At 1:58pm on June 25, 2009, Mark Cummins said…
Is it easier to use CAFS or water for interior fires?
At 7:20pm on April 5, 2009, scott corrigan said…
Rob, It looks like the burns that we were looking for are not going to come thru. Do you have any plans on May 2nd and 25th? I will be back down in Ballard if you have time to stop by. I need to get and give some thoughts and updates on CAFS for us.
Later, Scott
At 5:52pm on March 15, 2009, scott corrigan said…
Rob, I sent an email about a class coming up to see if you were interested, did you get it. I have had some email (outgoing) issues from my phone. Later, Scott
At 11:53pm on February 18, 2009, Chris Johnson said…
You proubly don't remember me but we talked a while back. I took your department's test several months back. I guess I did not fair to well. I'm also a SWWAFOOL
At 11:24pm on February 18, 2009, Chris Johnson said…
hey Lt how are things up north?
At 9:54pm on December 23, 2008, Chad Snyder said…
Hey Lt! Yup Im at 62's on Ashift!!! haha shark pit as a proby Im loving it! A few fires so far not much to speak of. But come the first of the year 62's has 5/8 fools and the 3 are definately fools. It will be something else!
At 11:47am on December 19, 2008, Andrew Brassard said…
10-4 thanks Rob.
At 11:25am on December 19, 2008, Andrew Brassard said…
Hey Brother,

Thanks for the add.

That through the lock simulator beside you in the picture... is that home made?

Stay Safe,
At 12:43pm on November 30, 2008, Ben Fleagle said…
This was a beautiful moment. Someone was watching and posted it for us.

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