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Robert "Bob" Halpin
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Lives in:
1951 Acorn Dr.
Carmel, IN Retired
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Instructor FF I & II
Instructor Educational Methodology
Hazardous Materials Operations Level
Arson Detection for First Responders
Topics you provide training for:
Fire Behavior
Building Construction
Areas of expertise:
Served as volunteer in NJ for first-aid and rescue squads and fire departments
Career for 21 yrs. at Carmel, IN
Chief of Pleasant Garden, NC for 2 years (combo dept.)
Instructed at Guilford Technical Community College in Fire Science and Emergency Preparedness
Worked 2 years in Emergency Management
AAS in Public Safety Technology from Ivy Tech State College, IN
BS in Occupational Safety and Health from NC A&T SU
AAS in Emergency Preparedness Technology
Training Commander for High Point Fire Dept. Training Division

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At 11:09am on October 7, 2009, Rick Fritz said…
The new Basics book looks great!

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