David D Hoffmann Jr.
  • 38, Male
  • Richwoods
  • United States
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Type of Organization
Fire/Rescue Department - Volunteer, Emergency Management, Other Response Agency Type
Job Function
Fire Chief / Chief of Department, Firefighter / EMT-Basic, Emergency Management Coordinator/Staff, Driver / Engineer
Years in Fire/EMS:
Actively for 13th years
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Richwoods Fire Protection District, 10015 Turtle Rd, Richwoods Missouri, 63071
Years With Department/Agency
13 years active and 10 years unofficially due to age.
Dept. Web Site:
Other Past or Current Departments and Organizations
I am the Treasurer and a member of the Richwoods Emergency Response Team (CERT). I also work for FEMA since Hurricane Katrina. I am the Emergency Manager for the Richwoods Fire District Area.
My Training:
Fire Fighter I
Fire Fighter II
Haz-Mat Awareness
Haz-Mat Operations
Haz-Mat Cargo Tanks
Intro to Haz-Mat IS-5A
NFPA Advanced HAZWOPER Awareness (MOD #1)
NFPA Advanced HAZWOPER Awareness (MOD #2)
NFPA Advanced HAZWOPER Awareness (MOD #3)
NFPA Advanced HAZWOPER Awareness (MOD #4)
NFPA HAZ-MAT Transportation
NFPA HAZ-MAT Spill Prevention & Control
NFPA Materials Handling, Storage, Use, & Disposal
NFPA Combustible & Flammable Liquids
NFPA Compressed Gas Safety
Household Haz-Mat IS-55
Foam Response
Bobtail Propane
Propane emergencies
Mobile Water Supply
Outdoor Search and Rescue
First on Drug Lab Awareness
Trench Collapse
3 Structural Fire Fighting Trainings
Emergency Response Driving
WMD Basic Concepts
WMD Terrorism Incidents
Be Ready (First Responder Initiative)
Medical First Responder
Emergency Medical Technician
National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians
Airway Management
Acute Stroke for EMS
Skywarn Level I
Skywarn Level II
Firefighting and Electrical Equipment*
Behavioral Emergencies
Air Evac (Landing Zone)*
Working with Lime
Air Evac (Golden Hour)*
Continuing EMS Education*
Bush Fire Control*
Drafting Operations*
Fire Weather*
AED Training
Hay Fire Training*
Apparatus Training*
SCBA Operations*
Driver Operator Training*
Hurricane Katrina/Rita
Emergency Program Manager IS-1
Radiological Emergency Management IS-3
A Citizens Guide to Disaster Assistance IS-7
Animals in Disaster Awareness IS-10
Animals in Disaster Community Planning IS-11
Special events Contingency Planning IS-15A
Are you Ready (Citizen Preparedness) IS-22
Intro to the Incident Command System IS-100
Intro to the Incident Command System IS-100PW
Intro to the Incident Command System IS-100FW
ICS for Single Resources IS-200
Basic Incident Command system IS-200FW
Decision Making and Problem Solving IS-241
Effective Communication IS-242
Developing and Managing Volunteers IS-244
Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning For Schools IS-362
Continuity of Operations (COOP) IS-546
Intro to Continuity of Operations (COOP) IS-547
National Incident Management System (NIMS) IS-700
National Response Plan IS-800
CERT Instructor
Hybrid Vehicle Extrication
Emergency Response to Terrorism (MOD #1)
Emergency Response to Terrorism (MOD #2)
Emergency Response to Terrorism (MOD #3)
Emergency Response to Terrorism (MOD #4)
Fire Industry Protection of Evidence of Fire Origin & Cause
Fire Industry Legal Responsibilities and Liabilities
EMS Muskuloskeletal Injuries Basic
EMS Poisoning and Overdose Basic
NFPA Bloodborne Pathogens Safety
NFPA Confined-Space Entry
Trenching & Shoring
NFPA Respiratory Protection
NFPA Hazard Communication
Fire Industry Fire Investigation
Fire Industry Assuming the Role of the Company Officer
Fire Industry Fire Behavior
Fire Industry Introduction to Wildland Fire Behavior
Fire Industry Fire Department Structure
About Me:
I love my Fire Department, I love Firefighting, and Theres nothing that I would rather do.
Day Job:
Washington County Ambulance District
Relationship Status:
Facebook or Other Online Profile:
Why I Joined Fire/EMS
My family helped start our fire department in 1984 and ever since i have been a apart of it, helping out where i could til I became a Junior Firefighter in 1994. Firefighting has always been in my blood.
Why I Love Fire/EMS
Helping others and making a difference in my community and county.
Top Issues Facing Responders:
Personnel and Funding.

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At 8:09pm on January 1, 2009, John Bierling said…
Hello Chief,
Please check out my web site: www.IncidentMT.com
Would you please send your email address so I can send some information about incident command training and responder wellness. Thanks, John
At 8:49am on August 29, 2007, Joe Totero said…
Hey, Chief! Hope all is going good for you. Stay safe & have a good one!

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