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Shareef Abdu Nur
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Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Manpower, Tactics, Diversity
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter I and II,Fire Instructor I and II, Paramedic, ACLS, ITLS, PALS, BLS
Topics you provide training for:
General Fire Related topics, Diversity Training(race, sex, religion, age, FD types, etc...)
Areas of expertise:
Diversity, Bridging the gaps between generations, the new generation of FF's, Truck Ops, RIT
I am currently employeed with a Career FD and a part time FD. I have a beautiful wife and a wonderful daughter and I love them both dearly. I am very committed to the Fire Service and bringing back the traditions of honor, pride, integrity, professionalism, and self sacrifice. I try to do this through teaching younger members and reminding older members who we are, why we do some of the things we do, and how to be a part of a team. My religion(Islam) is of utmost importance to me and I try to bridge cultural gaps and erase ignorance with education and dialogue. My faith provides me with the integrity, bravery, and sense of brotherhood needed to succeed in this profession. I respect all FF's who respect the Fire Service, but I have no tolerance for FF's who disprespect the honor, history, or pride of this profession.

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At 2:24pm on November 7, 2008, Jim Mason said…
Thanks for joining Common Sense Firefighting (CSF) It's a group on decision making on the fire ground. Where is your dept?

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