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City of Coldwater Fire Department
Fire Marshal
Years of public service:
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Professional Qualifications:
18 National and multi-state professional certifications: Fire Suppression, IAII - CFI Investigator, Officer II, Inspector II, Plans Examiner, Instructor and Published Author
Topics you provide training for:
National and State Fire Inspector Cetification, FF I-II, Fire Prevention, Fire Cause and Origin Investigation, Fire Suppression and Detection Systems, Pre-Incident Survey Development, Codes and Standards, Electronic Plan Review
Areas of expertise:
Fire Cause and Origin Investigation, Court Qualified, Fire Protection Systems, Life Safety, Codes and Standards Development, Performance Based Code Application, Engineered Fire Protection and Code Consultation
Fire Marshal Dove has been employed by the City of Coldwater Michigan, Fire Department for fourteen years and has served twenty-four years in the professional fire service formerly in Palm Beach County, Florida. He is a past president of the Michigan Fire Inspector’s Society and served as Code Committee Chairmen for ten years. He is a former principle member of the NFPA Life Safety Code and Building Code Technical Committee on Fire Protection Features and former member of the NFPA North Central Fire Code Development Committee. He holds and maintains eighteen national and multi-state professional certifications as Fire Officer, Inspector, Plan Reviewer and Investigator.
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