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Steven E. Schultz Jr.
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  • Boonsboro, MD
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Frederick County (MD) Division of Fire and Rescue Services
Years of public service:
23 years
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Staffing, Career/ volunteer relations, Strategic Planning, ALS delivery, management (?)
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter II, NREMTP, Hazmat Spec., Rescue Spec., Specialized and Advanced Training in Swift Water, Trench and Structural Collapse, High Angle, certified Rescue Diver. Am a certified Fire and EMS Instructor III. College education, emphasis on Public Fire Protection.
Topics you provide training for:
Firefighter I and II, EMT, Firefighter Safety and Survival, Hazardous Materials, Truck Company Operations and Terrorism track.
Areas of expertise:
Firefighting, Hazardous Materials, EMS and Heavy and Technical Rescue
I've been in the fire and rescue service for about 23 years (time flies when your having fun). I've been an active volunteer in my home county for all of those 23 years and have about 17 years total career expierience between 2 different departments as well as several part-time gigs in fire and rescue as well as teaching. I have a wife and 2 kids with one on the way. I come from a firefighting family, and all together, my family has about 145 years in the service. I love the brotherhood of my profession and the folks I work with as well as the job itself.
I also enjoy being with the wife and kids, fishing and building stuff.

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At 11:47am on October 29, 2009, Adam Wiles said…
Welcome to the forum Schultzy. There is some great information on here

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