Worldclass Speakers to Present November 19th 8am-5pm
The Michigan Fire Inspector Society along with the Michigan Association of Fire Chiefs and other fire service groups are proud to host Sean DeCrane and Bob Davidson on how the fire service is changing firefighter safety through stronger fire and building codes.
Join us on November 19th from 8am-5pm at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, MI.
When discussing the safety of fire fighters and their work environment, it is important to establish the true work environment. The fire station is merely the staging area—the locations we respond to are our true work environment. To positively impact this work environment, the fire fighter must be involved in the process that establishes how it will be designed, built, and maintained: the code development process. This program will examine specific incidents and issues where fire service involvement has made a positive impact through code changes or has protected the work environment by preventing proposed changes.
From Monday, June 9, 2014 through Friday, June 20, 2014, the Supervisor’s Office will be accepting applications for the position of full-time EMT/Firefighter, and to establish a list for full-time EMT/Firefighter.
As a full-time EMT/Firefighter with Bangor Township, this position is under the supervision of the Shift Officer serving on an assigned 24-hour shift. Responsibilities include responding to all emergency medical calls and fire calls as assigned. Must have knowledge and ability to operate all emergency medical and fire equipment of the Fire Department. All rules mandated by the Michigan Department of Health and Bay County Protocols along with Fire Department Standard Operating Procedures must be observed.
The position requires a high school diploma (or equivalent), all certificates as required by the Michigan Department of Public Health for EMTs including a current State of Michigan EMT license, State of Michigan Firefighter 240 hour and/or State of Michigan Firefighter I and II certificate and Operational Level Hazardous Materials Certification. Possession of a valid vehicle driver’s license is also required.
Testing as follows: written tests (The written entry level testing [click to continue…]