David F. Peterson

David is a 26 year fire service veteran who serves as an officer on Ladder 6 in Madison, Wisconsin, and as the Operations and Training Director for the department's regional Level A hazmat team. David founded the Wisconsin Association of Hazardous Materials Responders, Inc. and served as the first president. Additionally, David teaches, presents, and authors articles for websites and trade magazines on a wide variety of hazmat topics. David is also a National Fire Academy instructor of chemistry and a Master Instructor for the International Association of Fire Fighters HazMat and Terrorism training programs.

Effective Chief Fire Officer Behaviors

Effective Chief Fire Officer Behaviors

Effective Chief Fire Officer Behaviors

Effective Chief Fire Officer Behaviors

Effective Chief Fire Officer Behaviors

Effective Chief Fire Officer Behaviors

Hazmat in the Trenches: Deer in the Headlights

Hazmat in the Trenches: Deer in the Headlights

Firefighter Safety and Chasing Waterfalls

Hazmat in the Trenches: The HazMat IQ Revolution

Hazmat in the Trenches: The HazMat IQ Revolution

The 'Braveheart' Approach to Firefighter Safety

Deploying a Diversion Chute

21st Century Firefighting

21st Century Firefighting

Hazmat in the Trenches: Ventilating Hazmat Atmospheres

May 14, 2009

Tactical Ventilation In Hazmat Responses

The Fire Service Food Chain: The Company Officer Level

The Fire Service Food Chain: Leading from the Middle

HazMat in the Trenches: Level A Training

HazMat in the Trenches: Level A Training

 

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