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Lives in:
Churchville, NY
Churchville Vol. Fire Department
Past Chief, Present Director-Safety Officer
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Officer development
Maintaining proper training levels for responders
Basic firefighting skills-getting the basic stuff right
Professional Qualifications:
Nationally certified:
Fire Service Instructor
Incident Safety Officer
Health and Safety Officer

Hazardous Materials Safety Officer
Hazardous Materials Incident Command
Hazardous Materials Technician

Past Chief of department
Member of the Board of Directors
Topics you provide training for:
Hazardous Materials
Air Monitoring-Instrumentation
Water Rescue
Areas of expertise:
Officer Development
Haz Mat
Safety training
Specialized Rescue-Extrication, Water Rescue etc.
SCBA training
RIT/FAST training
I am a 30 year member of the Churchville Vol. Fire Department. My career has allowed me to hold every Fire Line office including Fire Chief of the Department. Presently I serve as the Incident Safety Officer and member of the Board of Directors for the fire department. I have been involved with departmental training for many years, developing and conducting training exercises. I have been a member of the Monroe County Haz Mat Team for nine years and serve as one of the Team's Safety Officers.
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At 2:39pm on June 19, 2008, Mike Mullen said…
Thanks Scott

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