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Gregg Sieloff
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  • Lynnwood, WA
  • United States
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Lives in:
Edmonds
Department:
Lynnwood
Title/rank:
Captain / Training Officer
Years of public service:
29
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
Annexation, regionalization, career development
Professional Qualifications:
BA in Management, AA in Fire Science, Part-time faculty for Edmonds Community College, Hazmat Technician, Regional Hazmat Team Chairman, Washington State Fire Chiefs Officer Section Board member, and Phi Theta Kappa Leadership Development Program faculty member.
Topics you provide training for:
Leadership, Management, Hazmat, Tactics, NIMS, Report Writing, and Safety
Areas of expertise:
Same as above
Bio:
29 year career firefighter for teh Lynnwood Fire department. Served 10 years as a Lieutenant company officer and promoted to Captain assigned as the training Offcier in 2006. I create many classes for my department especially in these budget conscuious times where outside training has been cut dramatically. I do specialize in hazmat training at all levels from IC to Operations. I have served as the chairman of the Snohomish County hazmat response Joint Operations Committee for the past 10 years. I have been a hazamt tech since 1990. I enjoy teaching leadership through the local community college, my department and statewide through the Officers Section of the Washington state Fire Chiefs Association.

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