Managing the Mayday
July 24-25, 2017 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
At Eastern Maine Community College Public Safety Center 354 Hogan Road in Bangor, ME
Hosted by East Maine Community College and the Eddington FD
About the Program: This program delves into how to manage this low frequency, high risk event. It will address accountability in the chain of survival, the role of standard operating procedures, the relationship of the ICS and RIT and the critical steps in managing a MAYDAY. Participants will experience the reality of a MAYDAY event. This program is appropriate for Company and Chief Officers!
The Lead Instructor: Steve Schellenberg, District of Columbia, Battalion Chief (ret.)
A third generation firefighter with the Washington DC FD, Steve served for over 28 years. His last assignment was Battalion Fire Chief from the 6th Battalion with a first due area that included the White House, U.S. Capitol and other national icons. With 15 years of Engine Company experience at the ranks of private, technician and Lieutenant, five years of Truck Company experience at the ranks of Lieutenant and Captain and a year of experience in the Rescue Squad at the rank of Sergeant. He is a level II Instructor having served as an adjunct instructor to the Training Division.
For additional info: Craig Russell 207-843-5251 email@example.com Cost per student is $250.