It is with deep regret that the Nelson Fire Dept. announces the passing of retired Fire Chief Ray Huber. He was a 62 year member of the department and was Chief for 15 of those years. Calling hours will be held Thursday June 2 from 1700-1900 hours at Foley Funeral Home, 49 Court St. in Keene,NH
Dates: June 4,5 and 12.
Location: Meadowood Assembly Hall
Time: 0800 to 1700
Cost: 125.00 per student.
CREF # – 11-3-WFI-56
A general state application needs to be filled out and sent to NH Division of Fire Standards and Training. Fax # 603-271-1091. Checks will be made out to the Troy Fire Department Association and mailed to PO Box 659 Troy, NH 03465. All applications must be received by 1600 on May 18, 2011. Any questions, please call Chief Mark Huntoon at 603-499-2051.
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MAY 25TH AT 1600 HOURS.
Fire Service Educators LLC is proud to offer:
NH Firefighter Safety, Survival and Rapid Intervention 20 hrs
Location: Spofford Fire Department
Dates: June 3rd from 1800 to 2200hrs, June 4th and 5th from 0830 to 1630hrs
Cost: $100.00 per student
NH Fire Academy CREF# 11-3-RIT-57
A NH Fire Academy general application form must be filled out and Faxed to the Fire Academy by May 25th at 1600hrs
Any questions or for further details contact
The Fire Instructors & Officers Association of New Hampshire is pleased to announce a very exciting training opportunity!
2011 Firefighter Safety & Survival Symposium:”Close Calls… Close to Home!”
Thursday, May 26, 2011
New Hampshire Fire Academy, Concord, NH
Keynote Speaker & Moderator:
Chief Peter Lamb, North Attleboro, MA Fire Department
The 2011 Firefighter Safety & Survival Symposium will feature five case studies of local and recent close calls presented by the people who actually experienced the event. Each presenter will discuss their personal story in a moderated open and unbiased roundtable format so we can all learn from their unfortunate experience.
Roundtable close call survivor presentations will include: Â· Rapid fire development in an occupied multiple dwellingÂ· Firefighter entrapment in a commercial buildingÂ· Apparatus struck while operating at a motor vehicle accidentÂ· Firefighter through a floor in a single family dwellingÂ· Resuscitation of an on-scene firefighter cardiac arrestEach speaker has graciously agreed to donate their time, allowing us to make this very affordable program a benefit fundraiserâ€¦ At least $10 of your tuition will be donated to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation!
For more information please see the attached class posting. There is a cost savings for FIOANH members, and membership is open to anyone interested in the furtherance of fire service training. A membership application is also attached.
As always, please help us expand our outreach by sharing/forwarding this class information to anyone you think might be interested and please post it in your firehouse!
1972 Maxim Ladder.
– 100 foot mid-mount ladder that requires some hydraulic pump work.
– Open cab
– This ladder was certified within the past 2 years.
– Gasoline powered engine that runs strong
– 5-speed manual transmission.
– Ground ladders are wooden
– Removable ladder-pipe with 3-inch hose
Contact Jeff Chickering: 209-4475
or Bart Bevis: 477-1226