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Kaci Corrigan
  • Lakebay, WA
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Jun 6
Kaci Corrigan posted a blog post

The Obligation of Preparation, Trust, and Empowerment: You Do Your Job, and Let Me Do Mine.

“It is our obligation to prepare our crews to perform on the fireground with intent and excellence prior to engaging the enemy, and then to trust and empower them to execute when the time comes.” Hello, my name is Kaci. I love fighting fire (and I’m good at it).I would like to invite you to dig in to the statement at the top of this page with me, and then do a full-on, introspective status check as to our own philosophies on our roles as officers. Do you agree with the statement? If so, how do…See More
Apr 17

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Lives in:
Wa
Department:
PCFD 16
Title/rank:
Lieutenant
Years of public service:
13
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Topics you provide training for:
Nozzles/hose streams
Strategy and Tactics
Areas of expertise:
Lifelong student.
Bio:
Kaci is a company officer at a department in Northwest Pierce County, Washington, where she has done extensive research and work in IAP revision, training, and implementation, along with ongoing development of instruction in fire behavior, strategy and tactics, nozzles/hose streams, and tactical ventilation. In the 12+ years since beginning her career in the Fire Service, she has had the opportunity to meet and work alongside some excellent mentors. She is an instructor with First Due Training in Washington State, an adjunct instructor with Fire By Trade, and is a board member of Fire Nuggets PNW.

Kaci Corrigan's Blog

The Obligation of Preparation, Trust, and Empowerment: You Do Your Job, and Let Me Do Mine.

“It is our obligation to prepare our crews to perform on the fireground with intent and excellence prior to engaging the enemy, and then to trust and empower them to execute when the time comes.”

 

Hello, my name is Kaci. I love fighting fire (and I’m good at it).

I would like to invite you to dig in to the statement at the top of this page with me, and then do a full-on, introspective status check as to our own…

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Posted on April 17, 2020 at 9:30pm

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