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IL Fire Svc Institute / Northbrook FD Tech Rescue / DHS-FEMA IN-TF1 US&R, Blue IST / IL-TF1 US&R
Field Instructor / Structures Specialist
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Topics you provide training for:
Collapse Rescue, Urban Search & Rescue
Areas of expertise:
Building construction, Building Collapse, Shoring
Scott G. Nacheman is a Senior Associate in the Chicago, IL office of the investigations division of the engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti. He serves as a Structures Specialist with US&R IL-TF1 as well as DHS/FEMA IN-TF1 and is assigned to the Blue IST. He is a Field Instructor for the Illinois Fire Service Institute and an on-call responder for the Northbrook (IL) Fire Department Technical Rescue Team. He is a member of several NFPA, SFPE and other national and state level technical committees. He has over 15 years experience in the fire service, having served as a firefighter,
officer and instructor. He received Masters degrees in Architecture and Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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