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    Default since my last post

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    Very cool.

    You obviously have taken some very significant steps in acheiving your goals, and you obviously have aplan to progress further.

    Soemtimes finding a volunteer gig that is aggressive in prevention can be challenge, as there are some VFDs, that haven't grasped the importance of our most basic task. That being said, sadly, there are also a whole bunch of career or primarily career departments that haven't caught on either. In fact, there are many that have eliminated prevention positions to save line positions, which at the time may seem like a responsible action, in the end, it is very short sighted and will come back to hurt them.

    Ok, that's the end of my rant.

    Congratulations and keep on truckin'.
    Train to fight the fires you fight.

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    You can look at different safety jobs

    Hospital enviro

    College prevention departments

    Amusement park safety

    Etc

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    Thanks for the info on different jobs to look out for. I didnt realize these different places used safety people in there businesses.

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    That are many safety / fire inspector jobs in private industry

    They go by different names

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