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Lives in:
Fishers In.
Fishers Fire Department
Captain of Education & Safety
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Paid fire department
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I've been in the fire service for 21 years, I'm an EMT-B, Fire Officer I, II, Fire Instructor I, II,III, Hazardous Material Tech, Techinical Rescue Tech, Inspector I, Investigator I, Driver Operator. I have an associates degree from Ivy Tech State College and currently enrolled in my Bachlores degree with Columbia Southern. I currently sit on the board for district 5 training council.
Topics you provide training for:
Fire Fighter I/II
Blue Card Hazard Management
Fire Fighter Survival
Live Fire
Hazardous Materials
Confined Space
Vehicle Machinery
Building Collapse
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At 11:00pm on October 24, 2008, scott corrigan said…
The class is taught by Ed Hadfield. Check his webpage for more information
The class is very direct and leaves you with tangible tools to make a change and impact the most influential user group in your organzation. You can also look up Ed Hadfield on here and comment on his page. He will reply when his schedule allows. Later, Scott

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