Training with minimum manning
Creative Training to keep attention of personnel
Selling the ideas that training is not punishment but a tool to ensure you go home after your shift with all your fingers and toes.
IFSAC Instructor 3
IFSAC Officer 4
NREMT/ Florida EMT
IFSAC Rescue I and II
Principle member NFPA 1006 Tech Committee on Tech Rescue 2005-2006
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Areas of expertise:
10yrs experience in Dept of Defense Fire Academy
Retired Air Force Firefighter
Head Training Chief for the Advanced Tec. Rescue Course for DoD.
Supervised first IFSAC Accrediated USAR Course in the world.
Retired from the Air Force after 20yrs as a firefighter. Originally from Omaha, Nebraska where I started my firefighting career as a volunteer with Boystown, Nebraska. Stationed at Eglin AFB, FL, King Salmon, Alaska, Goodfellow AFB, Tx, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska and numerous trips to the sandbox. I work with the City of Niceville Fire Dept in Niceville Florida. Yes it is a very nice place. Its located in the panhandle of Florida between Pensacola and Panama City. I also work on the Turn 4 Tool Truck for Talladega Superspeedway. Looking forward to networking and learning as much as I can here as well as contributing as best I can.
Please allow me to invite you to the group called Unique HazMat Incidents. I will be presenting this at 2009 FDIC and would love to hear some of your thoughts. We are currently talking about some real interesting issues.
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