Mike Benadum
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  • Genoa, OH
  • United States
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Mike Benadum updated their profile
Feb 22, 2012
Mike Benadum left a comment for Dale Dittrick
"Dale, I don't remembre off hand. I believe it was listed on the application. I will try to find out for you and get back to ya. Be Safe Brother."
Mar 22, 2009
Dale Dittrick left a comment for Mike Benadum
"Mike, What is or was the grandfather time period? I checked with OFA and it sounded like I would need to go through several hurdles. I got my 200 hour card through Dayton Fire in 1977 (OK I'm old) and I became an instructor in 1978 and…"
Mar 21, 2009
Mike Benadum left a comment for Dale Dittrick
"Dale, sorry it has taken so long to respond. I got my IFSAC certification as a FF II by filing an application with the Ohio Fire Academy. I fell into the grandfather time frame and I have my Firemedic Journeyperson card from my full-time employer…"
Mar 20, 2009
Mike Benadum is now friends with David Schnitker and Dale Dittrick
Mar 20, 2009

Profile Information

Type of Organization
Fire/Rescue Department - Paid
Job Function
Lieutenant
Years in Fire/EMS:
30
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Toledo Ohio Fire-Rescue
Years With Department/Agency
19
Other Past or Current Departments and Organizations
Oregon, Ohio Fire Dept.
Goose Creek City South Carolina Fire Dept.
My Training:
IFSAC Certified FF II, Fire Inspector, Haz Mat Op.'s, Fire Instructor, Paramedic, Basic Fire Investigator, ICS 100, 195, 200, 300, 400, 700, 800
Relationship Status:
Divorced

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At 10:45pm on March 21, 2009, Dale Dittrick said…
Mike,
What is or was the grandfather time period? I checked with OFA and it sounded like I would need to go through several hurdles. I got my 200 hour card through Dayton Fire in 1977 (OK I'm old) and I became an instructor in 1978 and I've been teaching most of the time since. Anyway, being in Dayton it sounded like I would have to go up quite a few different times and try to be a young kid again. A local Community College obviously wants to squeeze all the money they can get out of me and they only have a few items they can give PRO Board or IFSAC certs for. Like only Level 1 or Level 2.
 
 
 

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