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Santa Barbara, CA
Fire Captain
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
budget shortfall
climate changes
competing with other agencies for funding
Professional Qualifications:
Hazmat WMD Specialist
Fire Instructor
Fire Investigator
Fire Prevention Officer
Company Officer
Topics you provide training for:
Hazardous Materials / WMD Emergency Response
Uniform Fire Code, Article 80
Wildland ICS and Tactics
Hospital Hazmat / WMD
Fire Service Computer Usage
Code 3 Driving
Weed Abatement / Hazard Reduction for the Wildland Urban Interface
Areas of expertise:
Pre-hospital care
Firefighting (Structral, Wildland, Hazmat)
Fire Code Interpretation and Enforcement
NBC+E Hazmat WMD Response and Incident Mitigation
10 years field paramedic working for private and state agenceis
30 years fire department, paid full time, currently working as a Fire Captain, responsible for one fire station with (4) apparatus in a rural area on the coast of Santa Barbara, California.
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At 12:20am on May 25, 2010, farshad said…
Hi Mr Busy-I hope that we are good freind & transaction information about fire technology

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