CT. Cert: Firefighter 3, Fire Officer 3, Fire Instructor 3, Health & Safety Officer, EMT, Pump operator, Aerial Operator, Emergency vehicle operation, Rescue Tech( Core, Vehicle and Machinary Extrication, Trench Rescue, Confined Space and Rope), Advanced vehicle extrication, RIT, Firefighter Safety and Survival, Various other certs and one day classes
Topics you provide training for:
Basic Firefighting, Pump operations, Fire stream management and fire control, Firefighter safety, Vehicle extrication, Emergency vehicle operation, Fire extinguisher use and inspection
Areas of expertise:
Pump operations, Vehicle extrication, Engine Company Ops, Hose line deployment and placement, Nozzle maintenance and repair, Fire extinguisher inspection,
In the fire service for 35 years.Starting in 1983 as a volunteer with the Branford Fire Department (13 years). The last six as an officer(Lt. for 5 yrs, Capt. for 1 year). Hired by the town of Wallingford in 1995 as a firefighter/ EMT. Promoted to LT. in 2002 and I'm currently a LT on E-1. Ct. Cert. Firefighter 3, Fire Officer 2, Fire Instructor 1, Pump Operator, Aerial Operator, Rescue Tech( Core, Vehicle/Machinary Extrication, Trench Rescue, Confined Space, Rope), EMT, Various other certs. Currently serves as the union's Color Guard commander.
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I know this is a long shot, but I am trying to locate a classmate from Leysin Switzerland in 1977. Are you by chance the Bill Massey I went to school with? If so please contact me as we are trrying to put together information for a reunion.
We could use your input in our group we have the most members. Tactical Building Blocks & Air Management
This group will focus on aggressive interior firefighting. We will address tactics that increase your chance of not getting jammed up and cover what actions to undertake if you do.We will cover some big issues as well as small tactical tips.
Hello LT Massey,
I would like to send you some information about Incident Command Training which is critical to success when bad things happen. Would you please send your email address so I can send this information to you.
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