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Nick Morgan
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  • Saint Louis, MO
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Lives in:
St Louis, Missouri
St Louis Fire Department
Years of public service:
32 (total fire service)
Agency structure:
Paid fire department
Top issues in your department:
New training and education standards for Recruit Firefighters and Officer candidates; and improved RIT training and Terrorism preparedness. Improved relationships among firefighters from various ethnic groups.
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter I & II; Haz-Mat Technician; EMT Basic; ARFF Firefighting; Fire Instructor I; Fire Instructor II; Fire Officer I; CPR Instructor; working on B.S. degree in Fire Science through Columbia Southern University
Topics you provide training for:
Firefighter I and II subjects/skills for basic recruit and veteran firefighters. Company level training, Air Management, and Fire ground strategies and tactics.
Areas of expertise:
Basic engine and truck company duties and skills (utilizing quints); aircraft-rescue firefighting; auto extrication; basic building construction, firefighter safety; fire behavior; and CPR. Expert at nothing, student of ALL.
Total fire service experience of over 31 years. Began as a volunteer firefighter with the Worthington Fire Department in suburban Louisville KY from March 84 to Oct 86; Structural/Aircraft firefighter in the US Air Force from Oct 86 to Feb 91, simultaneously a volunteer firefighter with the Gosnell, AR Fire Dept. Volunteer FF in KY again from Feb 91 to Aug. 91; And just over 24 years with the St Louis Fire Department where I presently work. I've had previous assignments on 4 quint engines; 1 quint hook and ladder; 1 heavy rescue with haz-mat; and the ARFF district at Lambert Int'l Airport. Currently assigned to Hook & Ladder 2. Also I'm an Assistant Instructor with the St Louis County Fire Academy, and the Highlander FF I and II program at St Louis Community College.

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At 2:32pm on September 27, 2010, Greg Wyant said…
I am 2.5 hrs east 5miles from Ashland. I spent 6months in Alton Il last year doing stand by rescue at the Ameren plant while they were building their new scrubber stack.
At 7:07pm on July 26, 2010, Michael Bricault (ret) said…
Ill come to Missouri to give the bail out training.
At 5:44am on June 4, 2010, Mike France said…
thank you
At 10:58pm on June 1, 2010, Jeff Schwering said…
Hey Brother, how goes the seat?
At 4:16pm on April 27, 2010, Rick Decorie said…
Hey Nick - Sorry I did'nt run into you at FDIC. Hope you had a good time. My classes were good and so were the bagpipers.
At 3:53pm on March 17, 2010, Jeff Schwering said…
Not this year due funds and time off, but I'll check in to my hotel Tuesday Afternoon.
At 3:45pm on March 17, 2010, Jeff Schwering said…
Sounds good, I'll get my cell and we pick a spot Tuesday night
At 3:40pm on March 17, 2010, Jeff Schwering said…
Nick, where are we meeting in Indy?
At 6:46pm on October 2, 2009, Jeff Schwering said…
Engine or Truck Bro? Welcome back. I'll drop you a line on the class. Working on moving this along, We all need it!
At 10:12am on September 29, 2009, Michael Wielgat – The Hero Pipe said…
Thanks Nick. Appreciate that!

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