Decision making, firefighting tactics, fire behavior, firefighter survival and RIT training, building construction, Incident Safety Officer, developing tactical fire simulations and hazardous materials emergency simulations, instructional techniques
Areas of expertise:
same as above
Ted Nee is a twenty-eight year veteran of the fire and emergency services. He retired after 20 years of service wit the Albuquerque Fire Department at the rank of Deputy Chief. Ted is currently a training officer with the Sandia National Labs Emergency Response Team in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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-Yeah things just didn't seem to work out this year for FDIC; long story. Lots of folks I haven't seen in a long time a Joe Mac's funeral. It always hurts that it takes something like a funeral to bring us all together. Hope to see ya soon.
That would be fantastic Chief! We would really appreciate it. What do u need from me? My address is 10420-95 st, Morinville, Alberta, Ca. Postal code is T8R 0A2. Do u need anything else? I can't thank u enough. Talk to you soon.
Good Afternoon Sir,
I met you in FDIC 2010 in our Fire Within Hospitality Suite with Chief Halton at the Conrad. I was talking to you about get some basic firefighting strategies/tact training that I could bring back to my volunteer dept. I was wondering where I should start this journey? lol. I know you are a very busy man so any leads/ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks alot Chief.
Morinville Fire Department
Morinville, Alberta, Canada
I was in your class at FDIC and am intersted in the simulation program you used to create Powrpoint simulations
I am in an unusual situation tht I have training money I have to spend before July 1
I am going to use it for similation program and I like the fact tht the one used is portable. PPT
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