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Type of Organization
Fire/Rescue Department - Paid, Industrial/Institutional
Job Function
EMS Chief / Division Head, Firefighter / EMT-Basic, Hazardous Materials Team Member
Years in Fire/EMS:
10..started as a cadet
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Years With Department/Agency
Other Past or Current Departments and Organizations
Member of Lansing Il Fire Dept 12/98-02/08
Member of Sandwich Il Fire Dept 03/07-02/08
My Training:
Illinois O.S.F.M. Fire Fighter II and Hazardous Materials Awareness Certified
Illinois Department Of Public Health EMT-B Licensed
American Heart Association BLS Health Care Provider Certified
American Heart Association BLS Instructor Certified
City Of Chicago Fire Guard Certified
City Of Chicago Emergency Preparedness Certified for Fire Safety Director / Deputy Fire Safety Director
Scuba Diving International Surface Ice Rescue Specialist Certified
I.F.S.I. Champagne Campus Advanced Fire Ground Tactics and Operations
C.E.V.O. II Ambulance Certified
Illinois Class B CDL Exempt Drivers License For Fire Apparatus
Engineering Experience with Engine, Truck, Squad, and Ambulance Companies
National Center for Biomedical Research and Training Academy Law Enforcement Prevention and Deterrence Of Terrorist Acts Awareness Level Certified
Chicago Police Department Terrorism Awareness and Response Academy Completed
FEMA-NIMS Certifications:
IS-00001-Emergency Program Manager An Orientation to the Position
IS-00003-Radiological Emergency Management
IS-00005.A-an Introduction To Hazardous Materials
IS-00015.A-Special Events Contingency Planning for Public Safety Agencies
IS-00100-Introduction to the Incident Command System ( ICS100 )
IS-00111-Livestock in Disaster
IS-00120-An Orientation to Community Disaster Exercises
IS-00139-Exercise Design
IS-0197.SP-Special Needs Planning Considerations for Service and Support Providers
IS-00200-ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
IS-00200.HC-Applying ICS to Healthcare Organizations I200 for Healthcare / Hospitals
IS-00208-State Disaster Management
IS-00230-Principles of Emergency Management
IS-00235-Emergency Planning
IS-00240-Leadership and Influence
IS-0241-Decision Making and Problem Solving
IS-00242-Effective Communication
IS-00244-Developing and Managing Volunteers
IS-00250-Emergency Support Function (ESF15) External Affairs
IS-00301-Radiological Emergency Response
IS-00302-Modular Emergency Response Transportation Training
IS-317-Introduction to Community Response Teams
IS-00331-Introduction to Radiological Emergency Preparedness Exercise Evaluation
IS-00340-Hazardous Materials Prevention
IS-346-Hazardous Materials For Medical Personnel
IS-00362-Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Schools
IS-00393.A-Introduction to Hazard Mitigation
IS-00546-Continuity of Operations ( COOP ) Awareness Course
IS-00547-Introduction to Continuity Of Operations ( COOP )
IS-00630-Introduction to the Public Assistance Process
IS-00700-National Incident Management System ( NIMS ) an Introduction
IS-00701-National Incident Management System Multi-Agency Coordination System
IS-00703-NIMS Resource Management
IS-00706-NIMS Intrastate Mutual Aid an Introduction
IS-00800.A-National Response Plan ( NRP ) , an Introduction
Target Certifications: A NFPA TRAINING PARTNER
Sexual Harassment
Lock-Out / Tag Out
EMS Driving Safety
NFPA Hazard Communication
Back Injury Prevention
Fire Industry Assuming The Role Of Company Officer
Fire Industry Fire Behavior
Fire Industry Ground Ladders
NFPA Confined-Space Entry
NFPA Driving Safety
EMS Respiratory Emergencies Basic
EMS Respiratory Emergencies Advanced
EMS Patient Assessment Basic
EMS Patient Assessment Advanced
EMS Medical, Legal, And Ethical Issues
EMS HIPPA Awareness
EMS Back Injury Prevention
EMS Airway Management Basic
EMS Airway Management Advanced
EMS Cardiac Emergencies Basic
EMS Cardiac Emergencies Advanced
EMS Bleeding And Shock Basic
EMS Bleeding And Shock Advanced
About Me:
Fun, Crazy, Love my job
Day Job:
None-I work the afternoon shift
Relationship Status:
Why I Joined Fire/EMS
A Calling....cant explain it.....
Why I Love Fire/EMS
Exciting, love helping people
Top Issues Facing Responders:
Funding, Equipment Costs, The General Public

The Infamous EDGEWOOD FIRES of 2001 and 2003.......Those who were there remember....1-13-01 3648 174th Ct & 6-26-04 3622 174th Ct Click on Pics for Larger Image


Terry's Aquarium Fire..2-24-04..

RIP Brother Ordaz...Gone But Not Forgotten...Watch over us from above



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At 11:33am on August 25, 2008, Jack said…
Glenn hello from Mt Greenwood, thanks for the ad
At 5:44am on August 24, 2008, T.J. said…
Welcome Aboard, are you from Lansing Michigan and where is Oak Lawn located, Thanks
At 4:47am on August 23, 2008, Mike Schlags (Captain Busy) Retd said…
glenn, on a serious note... please take a look at a new group I just started called Hazmat WMD Responder. What I really want to focus on here is sharing how to decontaminate people and not just the use soap and water mentality but more detailed information like using Johnson & Johnson baby soap to decon eyes (no tears). I'm also trying to get firefighters on board with the concept of fire toxmedics. At least carrying antidotes for the responders in case something goes wrong. Are you into this stuff like I am? Say that your an EMS Chief, thought you might be... I've been teaching this subject nationally for the past several years now and would love to discuss this with you in more detail should you have the time. ms
At 4:43am on August 23, 2008, Mike Schlags (Captain Busy) Retd said…
for being a new member, your site rocks. I don't think I've seen anyone else list that many classes. well, maybe I may have put a few down as well. impressive pedigree brother. stay safe, mike
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