Fred Law

Battalion Chief, Retired

Pasadena Fire Dept., CA.

 

Background; Fire fighter with the Pasadena (CA) Fire Department, Emergency Medical Services Division, Battalion Chief, Emergency Operations Division, “C” platoon, Battalion Chief. Additional responsibilities in the position were facilities administrator, Volunteer program administrator, technology committee, IAFC, Self Assessment Task Force, Training coordinator for Haz Mat FRO, MCI ICS, P

 

 

 

1995

Training and Safety Division, Battalion Chief

Developed/implemented training and safety plan, mitigated Cal/OSHA citations and implemented safety policies

 

11/1994-1/1995

Fire Administration, Acting Fire Chief

 

6/1994-11/1994

Emergency Operations Division, Acting Deputy Fire Chief

Oversight of promotional exams, city representative through labor negotiations

 

1993-1994

Fire Prevention Division, Fire Marshal

Management of fire prevention inspectors, haz mat inspections, building plan check, special event and 1994 FIFA World Cup Coordinator

 

1991-1993

Emergency Operations Division, “A” platoon, Battalion Chief

Apparatus and USAR administrator

 

1987-1991

Emergency Operations Division, Captain II

Apparatus and USAR administrator

 

1984-1987

Emergency Operations Division, Captain I

Public Fire Education coordinator Fire Prevention Division coordinator

 

1980-1984

Emergency Operations Division, Fire Engineer

 

1978-1980

Emergency Operations Division, Fire Fighter

 

 

 

Return to the Board

 

 

 

  

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