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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeff Schwering Jan 10, 2009.


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Lives in:
Galena, OH
Genoa Township Fire Department
Years of public service:
29 years
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
County EMS , Staffing increases, Additional station
Professional Qualifications:
Ohio Fire instructor 1988, EFO, Bachelor's Degree Fire Administration, Associate's Degree Fire Science, Ohio Fire Safety Inspector
Topics you provide training for:
NIMS ICS, NFPA FFI & FFII, Pumps and Hydraulics, Pump Testing, Ladders, etc.
Areas of expertise:
Nozzles, Fireground Hydraulics, Acquired Structures 1403,
Pumps, Combination Department Administration, Training,
12 yrs Volunteer Bryan, OH, 4 yrs Montgomery Co. MD, 5 yrs Fort Wayne, IN, 5yrs Worthington, OH, 5 yrs Chief Napoleon OH, 7 yrs Deputy Chief Genoa Twp, OH, NFA Executive Fire Officer
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At 9:07am on January 5, 2009, Paul Combs said…
Hey, Chief - great to hear from you and welcome to the forum! Go to my website and browse through my work - I can format whatever you choose to 8.5x11.
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Take care!
At 8:42pm on July 2, 2008, Todd McKee said…
Hey Chief, Thanks for joing the community I would love have you to take a look at my HazMat Group called HAZMAT NEWS & TRAINING. Keep Ohio Proud! Todd McKee

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