Lawrenceburg fire rescue, Anderson County fire rescue, Kentucky Fire Commission (KCTCS Reg 15)
Years of public service:
Volunteer fire department
IFSAC Firefighter I & II, IFSAC HAZ-MAT Awareness & Operations, IFSAC I, II, Hazmat Awareness and Operations Evaluator, Ky and NAEMT, Ky EMT Instructor and Evaluator, Ky Fire Commission Fire Instructor, Ky Community & Terchnical College Instructor (KCTCS Reg 15), International and Open Water Diver,
Topics you provide training for:
FF Survival & rescue, Basic, Inter. Advanced SCBA, Flashover, Flammable Liguids and Gases (propane tank and botail prop) these are the main ones
Areas of expertise:
Not an expert but a few more years experience in SCBA use, FF Survival & Rescue
Second generation firefighter. My son is the third generation. Active in all avenues of fire, rescue and safety training both Fire and private sectors. I believe that "teachers are students and students are teachers" Meaning that we can all learn from each other. When someone thinks that they have enough training and stop going we need to add them to our problem list.
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