15 Little Lullenden, Lingfield, Surrey RH7 6DS. Great Britain.
Surrey Fire & Rescue Service / Fire Photos
Watch Manager (Captain)
Years of public service:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Road Traffic Collision reduction, Community Fire Safety, Rural Affairs, Recruitment and Retention.
On the job, everday brings a new challenge and something else is learnt....
Topics you provide training for:
All core fire fighter skills...
Areas of expertise:
Tactics and procedures for;
Structure fires, Road Traffic Collisions, CBRN, Working at Heights, Breathing Apparatus, Water Awareness, Animal Rescue.
Specialist Fire Service Incident Photographer.
I joined the fire service at the age of 18 and have worked through the ranks to Watch Manager (equivalent to a Captain within the US Fire Departments). As well as being an operational fire officer I am also a Specialist Fire Service Photographer for my Fire Service, I also run the only agency in the United Kingdom providing specialist fire service photos to the media and fire industry related publications.
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