Jessica Ferguson
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  • Groesbeck, TX
  • United States
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Jessica Ferguson updated their profile
Apr 9
Jessica Ferguson commented on Jessica Ferguson's status
"Thank you Mr. Gonzalez, after speaking with my A.C and he did figure out his error shortly after speaking with me over the phone. I am also proud to announce that I have successfully passed the IS-100, IS-200, IS-700, IS-800.   Again my brother…"
Apr 9
Fireyladd - Chief Sharp and Jessica Ferguson are now friends
Apr 7
Jessica Ferguson posted a status
"Hey y'all I am in need of some help, I am suppose to be doing NIMS but my Chief told me that I have to go to yet I can not find it."
Apr 5
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"My VFD is holding 2 raffles, for more info send an email, to many letters and the sight won't allow me to post it all"
Apr 2
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Mar 27
Fireyladd - Chief Sharp left a comment for Jessica Ferguson
"Welcome to Firefighter Nation Jessica. I'm glad you joined the group. There is lots to do, read and be involved with. Your participation and involvement is important to us all.Chief William Sharp- RetiredBrookings Fire / RescueLiving in Alaska"
Mar 24
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Mar 23

Profile Information

What State do you live in?
Type of Organization
Volunteer Fire Department
Job Function
Firefighter/Driver Operator, First Repsonder
Years in Fire/EMS:
Less that 1 year
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
West Lake Limestone Volunteer Fire Department
Years With Department/Agency
Less than 1 year
My Training:
Child, adult, infant CPR AED, Search and rescue, driving, and traffic control.
About Me:
I love my ff/fr job, my family, hunting, fishing, all out I love the outdoors. I stay active and work my brain daily, there is so much I can learn about so I keep myself busy as I can.
Day Job:
Relationship Status:
Why I Joined Fire/EMS
I joined the FD because I wanted to help others when they need it the most, and to prove to my child that no matter what every ounce of help goes a long way.
Why I Love Fire/EMS
They are amazing people who give up so much to save a life, everyone is family on our VFD and they see every FF/FR as family across the nation
Top Issues Facing Responders:
Funding, and support from many communities

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At 8:15am on April 12, 2017, Alvin Gonzalez said…
Hi Jessica,

Wanted to let you know of more free online training in addition to the previous list of
recommended courses. Please pass this along to your Chief, Safety and training officers.
Note the following courses offer blended learning, online and hands on components. They can either be taken together or separately. For hands on, your department must schedule for training and is offered through out the country. All of them are excellent training opportunities.

-Railroad Safety Emergency Responders

Operation Life Saver


Hands On

-Anhydrous Ammonia


Hands On

-Chlorine Safety


Hands On

Alvin Gonzalez
Deputy Chief
West Lawrence, NY
At 4:31am on April 10, 2017, Alvin Gonzalez said…
Hi Jessica,

These are all free online first responder courses that offer certificates and that I highly recommend. Please pass this along to your Chief, Safety and training officers.

-IS-100.b Introduction to Incident Command System
-IS-700.a National Incident Management System Introduction
-IS-200.b ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
-IS-800.b National Response Framework, An Introduction
-IS-804 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #4 Firefighting

Professional Development Series
-IS-120.a An Introduction to Exercises
-IS-230.d Fundamentals of Emergency Management
-IS-235.c Emergency Planning
-IS-240.b Leadership and Influence
-IS-241.b Decision Making and Problem Solving
-IS-242.b Effective Communication
-IS-244.b Developing and Managing Volunteers

Emergency Management Institute

-Emergency Services Risk Reduction Program


-Fire Ground Survival Awareness


-Natural Gas and Electrical Safety Awareness

National Grid

-Responding To Utility Emergencies

Alliant Energy

-Ethanol Emergency Response
-Hydrogen Response
-Propane Emergencies


-Solar PV Safety For Firefighters


-Alternative Fuel Vehicles


-National Traffic Incident Management

Emergency Responder Safety Institute

-Bloodborne Pathogens,
-HazMat Awareness,
-Machinery Rescue Awareness,
-Radiation Safety Awareness

Safe Response

-Railroad Safety Awareness


-Crude By Rail


-Emergency Response To Terrorism


You will notice that many of these websites will offer many other interesting courses that will be beneficial to your development as a first responder. Take in as much training hands on and online as you can.It will only help to make you a better, smarter and safer firefighter. Congrats on passing the ICS/NIMS courses and keep up the good work. Take care and stay safe Sister!

At 1:28am on April 7, 2017, Alvin Gonzalez said…

Hi Jessica,

You were given erroneous information. The correct link is the FEMA Emergency Management Institute, where you can take free online courses for ICS and NIMS, among several other course offerings. Upon viewing the entire online course and successfully passing an online test , it will generate a certificate of completion. It may take awhile, but you can then print a copy of it to submit for your records.

All members need to take;

IS-100.b Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100

IS-700.a National Incident Management System (NIMS) An Introduction

Line Officers also must take;

IS-200.b ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents

IS-800.b National Response Framework, An Introduction

Notice: Independent Study Exams now require a FEMA Student Identification (SID) Number. If you do not yet have a SID, register at:

Take care and stay safe!

At 1:46pm on March 24, 2017, Fireyladd - Chief Sharp said…

Welcome to Firefighter Nation Jessica. I'm glad you joined the group. There is lots to do, read and be involved with. Your participation and involvement is important to us all.
Chief William Sharp- Retired
Brookings Fire / Rescue
Living in Alaska


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