Legal Aspects: Keeping Your Organization off 20/20 – Schaumburg, IL
Legal Aspects: Keeping Your Organization off 20/20
Hosted by the Schaumburg Fire Department
At The Police Station Conference Room 1000 W. Schaumburg Road Schaumburg, IL
December 8, 2017 at 8:30 AM
About the program
This program covers the legal aspects pertinent to your organization. Don’t worry, this program is regular language, not legalese, and is designed to help keep your personnel out of legal trouble. You will learn about the American legal system and the various laws and regulations pertaining to your organization.
Through engaging discussions and demonstrations you will learn about the deposition process and trial testimony, learn practical tips and tricks for preparing for a deposition, and will have the opportunity to participate in a mock deposition. We will also discuss current hot topics such as workplace harassment/discrimination, wrongful terminations, embezzlement, social media pitfalls, dealing with photographers and videographers and much, much more.
Lead Instructor: Pete Reid
Pete is a Captain with the Bluffton Township (SC) Fire District. He previously served as a Fire Lieutenant and Paramedic with the Hilton Head Island (SC) Fire and Rescue Department. He is also a practicing attorney admitted to the South Carolina Bar and Registered to Practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Pete began his legal career in 2002 and his emergency service career in 2006. Pete is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and the University of New Hampshire School of Law.
Pete is also an IFSAC Hazardous Materials Technician and Nationally Registered Paramedic. Pete has merged his fire and EMS knowledge with his legal knowledge to develop custom training programs for fire and EMS services, and has worked as a consultant for several fire and EMS agencies to develop their documentation, reporting and compliance policies and procedures.
For additional information contact Training Coordinator Tracy Raimondo at 847-923-6747.