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Steven M. Mehler
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  • Springfield, MO
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Lives in:
Springfield MO
Department:
Fire Department
Title/rank:
firefighter
Years of public service:
6
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Bio:
Steven Mehler is an experienced firefighter and coach from Springfield MO. Steven also owns an educational blog. He has a long-term experience in writing articles based on fire protection and workplace safety issues.
Web site:
http://zontmarkiza.com.ua/

Steven M. Mehler's Blog

10 Tips How to Gain So Needed Fire Engineering Work Experience for Students

Synopsis: Most of you know that internships and on-the-job training are part of the college curriculum. Here’s how you can get your fire engineering experience.

Most fire engineering internships occur at the end of the college curriculum, which means that students must be prepared to find their working positions one or two semesters before…

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Posted on June 29, 2017 at 6:06am

How to Impress an Interviewer and Get a Fire Engineering Job If You’re a Recent College Graduate

There’s this strange lurch that happens when you finish university. Suddenly, from a world of academia and studies, you’re thrown into a wholly different place, where the goal is no longer to fill your brains but to fill other people’s pocket books.

To be honest, I feel the universities are at least partially responsible. Many of them are focused on teaching…

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Posted on March 30, 2017 at 9:21am

Early Warning Signs of a Conflict at Your Fire Crew and 9 Tips to Resolve It

One thing we are not always taught – identifying conflict in its early stages and taking proactive steps to resolve that conflict early and quickly. The results of our not doing so are low morale, loss of productivity, high absenteeism on the part of those involved in conflict, and, ultimately, a high turnover rate. Avoiding all of this requires that supervisors and…

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Posted on March 1, 2017 at 4:23am

Top 10 Animals Who Saved People

We’ve all heard about extraordinary cases of animals who saved human lives. Even though there are countless stories about animals being saved by humans, the following stories show that animals are more than capable of returning the favor.

Dog: Saved her Owner from a Burning Truck

Dogs are considered to be man’s best friend, and are known to be…

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Posted on November 25, 2016 at 10:10am

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