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Brad Nair
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  • Fayetteville, PA
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Dec 20, 2019
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How much do we value trust in our fire department?

   Trust is a five letter word that means so much in the Fire Service, that from time to time it is lost in a person’s character. Whether influenced by peers or it became the norm in the environment that surrounded the individual. Whether your career or volunteer the expectations are the same. Do the right thing of integrity all the time, on and off duty.   When you enter the fire service, an investigation may have been done to see if you are a character of trustworthiness. They may have…See More
Dec 17, 2019

Profile Information

Lives in:
Fayetteville, PA
Department:
South Mountain Volunteer Fire Department
Title/rank:
Firefighter/Driver Operator
Years of public service:
23
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Funding, Manpower
Professional Qualifications:
FF II, Fire Instructor II, Fire Officer III, Fire Inspector III, Haz-Mat Tech, Haz-Mat IC, EMTB, D/O Pumper, D/O ARFF, D/O MWSA, Trench Rescue Tech, Confined Space Rescue Tech, Vehicle & Machinery Rescue Tech, NIMS 100/200/300/400/700/800, Fire Department Incident Safety Officer, Fire Department Health & Safety Officer, Bachelors Degree in Fire Adminstration from Columbia Southern University and many more
Topics you provide training for:
Various
Areas of expertise:
Various
Bio:
Brad is a United States Air Force Veteran, who is currently employed by the Department of Defense as a Firefighter/EMT/Haz-Mat Tech. He owns a business that helps Fire Departments by providing sustainable solutions that promotes growth and development.
Web site:
http://www.fesimpactllc.com

Knowledge Passing

Pass on any Knowledge of experience and training you may have to other firefighters. Never be Afraid that other firefighters might know more than you. Embrace it. Your Weakness, might be their Strength. Your Strength, might be their Weakness. Teamwork plays a big part in the fire service. 

Brad Nair's Blog

How much do we value trust in our fire department?

   Trust is a five letter word that means so much in the Fire Service, that from time to time it is lost in a person’s character. Whether influenced by peers or it became the norm in the environment that surrounded the individual. Whether your career or volunteer the expectations are the same. Do the right thing of integrity all the time, on and off duty.

   When you enter the fire service, an investigation…

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Posted on December 17, 2019 at 7:00am

Volunteer Fire Service Recruitment

How do we get new members into the volunteer fire service? To answer this, we must fully explore the problem that exists in many communities. We must understand three things our people, our department, and our community.…

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Posted on September 27, 2017 at 12:26pm

What is the value of your volunteer fire department?

      If you are in a leadership position in a volunteer fire department, you constantly think about resources (people, equipment, funding) to effectively perform the mission of the organization.  How well does your community support your volunteer fire department? Do they show up for your department’s open houses? Does the community understand that a volunteer fire department exists in their…

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Posted on November 7, 2016 at 10:17am — 1 Comment

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