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28 Years Public Safety. Asst Director Fire Academy (Retired)
AAS Public Safety, EPA Intrum Instructor, ASSE,
If you get some courses under your belt you are much less likley to become injured in this field.
Some departments do not require school. Some require a BA. My opinion is that all firefighters really need training and coursework.
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Hi Auraxa, I think the key word in this question is "TV". We are not as bad as it looks. We do start a lot of equipment if we do not know what the call is or how bad it is. Once identified we send everyone
Yes they do exist. They are called PSO's. That was what I did. If your looking at Utah, try the Davis County Sheriffs Office to start. You may want to search PSO's on the net. You will find the departments
Hi Andrew, Please look at your haz-mat work within DOD first. I have not found anyone who makes the money a haz mat tech makes. I am thinking about Hill Air Force Base where I trained some of the techs
Hi Steven, You do have a problem. It is not because of your work ethic or training, it will be because you are un-insurable. Look to your drivers license division and find out how long this thing will
Hi Brent, I think I just answered your other question but here goes. To be a local firefighter in your area go to the nearest fire station and ask how to get on there department. While you are there ask
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