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Company Inspections

Do your inspections you do as an engine company count towards your call volume?

Started Dec 6, 2010

Volunteer Requirements in Combination Department
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Here recently at our department we have been growing. We are a combination department of full time, part-time, and volunteer personnel. Our volunteers still run the department which is a whole…Continue

Tags: protocols, volunteers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Frozenhosehead Jul 23, 2010.

Building Construction books?

What building construction book do you recommend? We use Brannigans and I cant say I particularly like it.

Started May 19, 2010

Cleveland Load
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Does your department use the Cleveland load? If so, how do you use it and do you have any problems with it?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Collin Skipper Apr 16, 2010.


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Lives in:
Denton Fire Department
Training Captain
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Professional development
Professional Qualifications:
TCFP Certified fire fighter, pumper/operator, instuctor level III, fire investigator, Fire Officer II, Wildland, Paramedic
Topics you provide training for:
All 168 full time employees in the Denton Fire Department
Areas of expertise:
Life long student.
I am 34 years old and have been doing this for 13 years full time. I was recently promoted to Captain and volunteered for the administrative Training Captain position my Department created. I have had some experience running training in a smaller department and I definitely have a passion for it.

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