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Staffing on an engine company and chase cars
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Lou Angeli Mar 15, 2009.


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Lives in:
Perry Ohio 44081
Perry Joint Fire Dist.
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Staffing and training
Professional Qualifications:
240 Firefighter lvl II, Paramedic, Basic Fire Investigation, Fire Safety Inspector, Fire Instructor, and Rope Rescue
Topics you provide training for:
Engine company ops/Truck company ops/EMS/Rescue company ops
1989-1990 Cadet Firefighter Eastlake Fire Dept.
1990-1994 U.S. Army
1994-2001 Fairport Harbor Fire Dept.
2001-present Perry Joint Fire Dist
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At 9:03pm on April 23, 2011, Michael Wilbur said…
Hi Tim As we are still in the developmental stage they are not ready to talk with anyone just now but certainly by the four quarter of this year if not before the help you seek will be commerically available. You can always go to my website www. where we update the progess of the project every now and again thank you for coming to my presentation and keep in touch !!
At 10:31am on October 2, 2009, Todd Ungar said…
Great, thanks for the info and for hosting the class.
At 3:06pm on September 27, 2009, Will Anderson said…
Tim, do we need to bring our helmets and gloves next week?
At 11:28am on September 23, 2009, Todd Ungar said…
Hey Tim, a few of us are attending the forcible entry class on Oct. 5, 6 - did you guys buy the prop that is in your album or did you build it yourselves? We made a vent/RIT/forcible entry simulator at the old water treatment plant, I haven't completed the forcible entry portion yet, but received some nice old steel and solid wood doors. Nothing as significant as the one you have, but still should work well.

At 10:10pm on July 30, 2008, Todd McKee said…
Welcome, to the greatest training site in the world! This is where the serious trainers come together and grow as a family. I would like to invite you to visit the HazMat Group called HazMat News & Training. Feel free to share your thoughts. Todd C. McKee

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