Other Past or Current Departments and Organizations
I work with Illinois MABAS Div. 17. This is a mostly volunteer Div. with one full time paid department.
IS-00001 Emergency Program Manager
IS-00026 Guide to Points of Distribution
IS-00100 Introduction to Incident Command
IS-00100.a Introduction to Incident Command
IS-00100.SCa Introduction to Incident Command for School
IS-00200.a An Introduction to Exercises
IS-00200 ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
IS-00200.a ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
IS-00230 Principles of Emergency Management
IS-00235 Emergency Planning
IS-00271 Anticipating Hazardous Weather & Community Risk
IS-00275 Role of Emergency Operations Center in Community Preparedness, Response & Recovery
ICS-00300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents
ICS-00400 Advanced ICS Command and General Staff-Complex Incidents
IS-00546 Continuity of Operations (COOP)
IS-00547 Introduction of Continuity of Operations (COOP)
IS-00700.a National Incident Management System (NIMS)
IS-00775 EOC Management and Operation
IS-00800 National Response Plan (NRP)
Is-00800. a National Response Plan (NRP)
IEMA CAMEO - Computer Aided Management Emergency Ops
IEMA Principles of Emergency Management
IEMA Media Relations - Basic
IEMA Local Emergency Planning Workshop 2008
IEMA Emergency Planning
IEMA Introduction to Continuity of Operations (COOP)
IEMA Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) Management
IEMA Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Management and Operations
IEMA Incident Command System / Emergency Operations Center Interface
IEMA Damage Assessment
IEMA Debris Management
IEMA Developing Volunteer Resources
Texas Engineering Extension Service Threat and Risk Assessment
Fire Departments provide multiple services to their communities in this day and age of technology and chemicals...not just fire anymore.
Most fire departments are volunteer in this area of the country.
Fire Departments are made up of men and women from the community they live and serve in.
Bill Rosemeier Emergency Services Photography is out taking pictures of the training and actual emergency calls of the fire departments in the region at no cost.
This is a service to provide the pictures to fire department and civilians alike to share and expand knowledge and experience.
Please feel free to call or email and schedule to have your training or arrange for emergency calls photographed.
Photos are also shared with the newspapers and television stations from emergency calls. This may get more information out for the public to learn about your department.
I was going though the list of command officers added to Firefighter Nation in the past few months and your profile came up. I have found FFN to be an excellent resource for networking and wanted to "meet" some of our new members. And while you're online, if you are interested in visionary and innovative emergency services discussion, come check out my blog at Firehouse Zen, part of the FireEMSBlog Network featured here. It got its start on here and has evolved into a great place for sharing new ideas for the job. Feel free to friend me here, or if you have a question, let me know.
Hi there Bill, impressive profile; I would like to Welcome you to FFN & hope U enjoy this site and gather as many friends as I have during your stay. I’m Leo, a Paramedic from Victoria - Australia; 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
If you feel like sending me one of your Service patch … don’t be shy….
My address is:-
Leo J. Cartwright
246 Kay Street
Bill, Welcome to the Firefighter Nation. I am glad you joined the group.There is lots to do, read and be involved with. Your participation and involvement is important to us all. Have fun and look around.