Swing Lieutenant for Garland Fire Department with 5 years in leadership role mitigating emergency situations.
Responsible for crew involved in search and rescue, EMS efforts, mitigation of various problems during the tornado in Garland December 2015.
Shift Training Officer with 3 years of experience, and responsible for planning, mitigation, and evaluation of emergency scenarios of all operations personnel.
Consummate firefighting professional and leader with more than 3 years of experience evaluating emergency response functions across 11 stations. Effective in working with law enforcement and healthcare professionals in proper handling of dangerous situations. Skillful in driving efforts of firefighters in operations, ensuring efficiency and safety.
Only fire officer within Garland Fire Department to gain acceptance into the Managing Officers Program of the National Fire Academy.
Shift Training Officer
- Planning and evaluation of multi-company fire department scenarios
Fire Fighter Advisory Board
-Evaluation and suggestion of products to be used by firefighters
Peer Fitness Committee Supervisor
-Developing program to evaluate and maintain overall fitness level of firefighters
-Develop injury prevention techniques
Paramedic Advisory Board
-Evaluation and suggestion of products to be used by fire department paramedics
Fire Station Captain
Responsible for the driving, maintenance and overall care of the fire apparatus to which assigned. Responsible for emergency crews response, driving to and from emergency scenes safely.
Rank of Swing Lieutenant achieved in February 2014.
Current responsibilities are to assume the role of station Captain or EMS shift supervisor (Captain).
Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic (EMT-P), certified by the Texas Department Of State Health Services
Field Examiner certified by Texas Commission On Fire Protection (TCFP)
Incident Safety Officer, certified by Texas Commission On Fire Protection (TCFP)
Fire Service Instructor II, certified by Texas Commission On Fire Protection (TCFP)
Fire Officer I, Fire Officer II, certified by Texas Commission On Fire Protection (TCFP)
Firefighter Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced, certified by the Texas Commission On Fire Protection (TCFP)
NIMS 100,200,700,800 certified by Emergency Management/FEMA
Q-890 Into To Emergency Response To Terrorism, certified by National Fire Academy/FEMA
Q-494 NFIRS 5.0, certifed by National Fire Academy/ FEMA
R-312 Command and Control of Incident Operations, National Fire Academy/FEMA
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