Monroe County Fire Marshals & Inspectors Association

  

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The Bullet Proof Mind

 

                                                                       

Northeast Counterdrug Training Center
United States Attorney’s Office-WDNY
Erie County Law Enforcement Foundation
100 Club of Buffalo
Erie County Chiefs of Police Association
Middle Atlantic Great Lakes Organized Crime Law Enforcement Network (MAGLOCLEN)

 

 


This course will cover:
Post-Traumatic Stress indicators and management; surviving gunshot wounds; survivor guilt, new killers in
the 21st century. Important drills that nobody practices; violent visual imagery; reality vs. fantasy; games
that are more dangerous than movies.


Instructor:
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman is a former West Point psychology professor, Professor of Military Science, and an
Army Ranger, who has combined his experiences to become the founder of a new field of scientific
endeavor, which has been termed “killology.” In this new field Col. Grossman has made revolutionary new
contributions to our understanding of killing in was, the psychological costs of war, the root causes of the
current “virus” of violent crime that is raging around the world, and the process of healing the victims of
violence, in war and peace. He is one of the nation’s leading law enforcement trainers.
Lt. Col. Grossman is an Airborne Ranger infantry officer, and a prior-service sergeant and paratrooper, with
a total of over 23 years’ experience in leading U.S. soldiers worldwide. Today, he is the director of the
Warrior Science Group, and in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, he is on the road almost 300 days a
year, training elite military and law enforcement organizations worldwide about the reality of combat.

 

Training Information:

 

When: Wednesday,-August 30,, 2017


Where: The Center for the Arts, Drama Theatre, University at Buffalo, North Campus


www.ubcfa.org/directions-maps


Time: Registration: 7:00 a.m. The training will run 8:15 a.m. - 4:00p.m.


Cost: There is no cost for this training.


Lodging: Not available for this seminar.


To register, please visit the Northeast Counterdrug Training Center’s website at www.counterdrug.org
click on “Registration” under “Training”, click on “Click Here To Register for Courses”, scroll to find the
training that you would like to register for, click on the training, scroll & click desired location & date,
click on that, click “Select”, then click “Register”. Log in or if you are a new user create an account.
                                                       

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ROLE OF A FIRE MARSHAL

 

 

A Fire Marshal or "Fire Commissioner", in the United States and Canada, is often a member of a state, provincial or territorial government, but may be part of a building department or a separate department altogether. Fire marshals' duties vary but usually include fire code enforcement or investigating fires for origin and cause. Fire marshals may be sworn law-enforcement officers and are often experienced firefighters. In larger cities with substantially developed fire departments the local fire departments are sometimes delegated some of the duties of the fire marshal.

 

A fire marshal's duties vary by location. Fire marshals may carry a weapon, wear a badge, wear a uniform or plain clothes, and make arrests pertaining to arson and related offenses, or, in other localities, may have duties entirely separate from law enforcement, including building- and fire-code-related inspections. In many areas, the fire marshal is responsible for enforcing laws concerning flammable materials.

                                                         

                                

 

    NEW COMMERCIAL BUILDING CARBON MONOXIDE LAW - EFFECTIVE JUNE 27,  2015       


Updated 6/27/2015State CO Detector.jpg  CLICK HERE FOR CO LAW TEXT

 

AN ACT to amend the executive law, in relation to requiring the New York state uniform fire prevention and building code to address standards for the installation and maintenance of carbon monoxide detectors in restaurants and other commercial buildings

THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND ASSEMBLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

Section 1. This act shall be known and may be cited as "Steven Nelson's law".

Section 378 of the executive law is amended by adding a new subdivision 5-d to read as follows:


5-D. STANDARDS FOR INSTALLATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTING DEVICES REQUIRING THAT THE OWNER OF EVERY BUILDING THAT CONTAINS ONE OR MORE RESTAURANTS AND THE OWNER OF EVERY COMMERCIAL BUILDING IN THE STATE SHALL HAVE INSTALLED IN SUCH BUILDING AND SHALL MAINTAIN OPERABLE CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTING DEVICE OR DEVICES OF SUCH MANUFACTURE, DESIGN AND INSTALLATION STANDARDS AS ARE ESTABLISHED BY THE COUNCIL. CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTING DEVICES SHALL ONLY BE REQUIRED IF THE RESTAURANT OR COMMERCIAL BUILDING HAS APPLIANCES, DEVICES OR SYSTEMS THAT MAY EMIT CARBON MONOXIDE OR HAS AN ATTACHED GARAGE.

S 3. This act shall take effect on the one hundred eightieth day after it shall have become a law.


 

         

  

 


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