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Ian O'Connor
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  • Forest Grove, OR
  • United States
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Lives in:
Forest Grove
Forest Grove Fire & Rescue
Division Chief
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Top issues in your department:
Funding, staffing, etc, the same problems most of us have.
Professional Qualifications:
NFPA FF II, NFPA Driver, pumper, aerial operator, Mobile Water Supply, NFPA Fire Officer II, NFPA Instructor, Hazmat Ops & IC, Wildland Task Force Leader, AAS Fire Protection Technology
Topics you provide training for:
Firefighter skills, strategy & tactics, Instructor, emergency driving, pumper operations, aerial operations, firefighter safety, Live fire training, wildland fire training
Areas of expertise:
NFPA 1403 live fire training, Wildland fire training, Training Program Management
19 years in the fire service, 14 with Lewis & Clark Fire District where I spent 2 of those years as Fire Chief, 5 years with Forest Grove Fire & Rescue, 4 years as Division Chief and one year as Interim Fire Chief. Past president of (WCTA) Washington County Training Association (4 yrs).
Web site:

My regional training association website. Feel free to take a look.

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