Fire Officer IV (IFSAC)
Advanced Incident Command (NM Dept. of Public Safety)
HAZMAT Technician (IFSAC)
HAZMAT Incident Command (IFSAC)
HAZMAT Instructor (ISFSI)
Confined Space Entry Certified
Underground Safety Certified (DTRA)
Certified Emergency Program Manager
Certified in Emergency Management (FEMA)
Fire Inspector II (IFSAC)
Fire Investigation certified
Certified in Automatic Sprinkler Systems (NLSC & US Army Corps of Engineers)
Aircraft Rescue & Firefighting
Fire Instructor II (IFSAC)
Certified in Radiological Hazards
Certified in Radiological Health Hazards
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Hi there Alfredo; I’m Leo from Australia, Paramedic; Welcome to FFN hope U enjoy the site and gather many friends during your stay. If you read my profile and think that I am suited; please feel free to add me to your collection of FFN friends. If I have not added you as a friend, it’s because I have reached my Max and I am waiting for members to reply to me.
I also collect Patches and badges and would love to show one of yours in my collection. I am looking for Police, Medical, Ambulance, S&R; Dispatcher & Fire Service patches. If U are interested, or U know someone in these groups please contact me. My Email is email@example.com
If you fell like sending me one of your Service patch … don’t be shy….
My address is:-
Leo J. Cartwright
246 Kay Street
Welcome to this big family where no matter what race, creed, age, social status, language, to save lives, so many of us as we are most fortunate to have this wonderful gift of being able to save lives, I am a paramedic Mexican, I have more 25 years dedicated to saving lives, and never do it by interest, not because I'm so Alagoas, by making love to my colleagues, I hope not to give anything to change what I do, if I may give thanks I accept with pleasure, and if I can not help the fact that it is more motivating
helped me feel satisfied.
I prepared a lot through all these years to be a true professional in the medical emergency, and now I enjoy sharing my knowledge to those just starting in this beautiful profession.
never otherwise have friends all over the world who speak this language to save lives, that there are good people who always cares about helping those who are in misery.
more important what has happened to me in this site and may God bless those who had the wonderful ingenious of this site is to meet people with the same purpose as myself, to share information, see the next generation to start saving lives.
never cease to strive to be better in the environment will continue to prepare for emergencies and will continue to meet people like you to exchange information, and meet wonderful people like you, you are now an important part in my friends list, that if you like to add as a friend, but above all you go ahead on this as a professional in emergencies.
I do not have friends looking for them, or add you on my list for being a woman, I look for people who really are interested in wanting to share with me a bit of friendship no matter the language we have, religion, race or nationality, it important is friendship.
God enlighten you in everything you do and where you are in emergency services will look after and protect always the best wishes for your friend now Mexico.
Greetings from Mexico.
you’re new friend Filiberto.
excuse my bad English but I do it gladly