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#148762 - 04/29/03 10:31 AM Welcome and Thank You to Bryan and Mike  
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I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Bryan Haywood (SAFTENG) and Mike Trump (Trumpy) for their interest in this area and willingness to help out here as Moderators.

FYI: Bryan runs a Safety-related Website at: www.Safteng.net and interested parties can view his Bio online >> here

Mike Trump (Trumpy) as many know, is one of our active "International" Members from New Zealand and is very concerned with Electrical and Fire Safety.

Thanks Guys!
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#148763 - 05/09/03 11:48 PM Re: Welcome and Thank You to Bryan and Mike  
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No worries Bill!. [Linked Image]
I would just like to say a big thanks to Bryan Haywood for his willingness to come back and co-Moderate this Forum.
I hope to learn more about the workings of Workplace and General Occupational Safety, as I am sure we all are. [Linked Image]



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#148764 - 01/02/04 11:50 PM Re: Welcome and Thank You to Bryan and Mike  
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Just want to state my case to the people using this Forum.
I have an extensive amount of experience in Fire-fighting, both Paid and Volunteer.
I have been involved in Airport Fire crew work, Hot Fire(petroleum fires), CrashFire Helicopter fires training, Rural Fire Training.
I also have under my belt, Basic and Advanced Accident(MVA) Rescue as well as the basics of Fire-fighting and BA wearing.
(I was actually given a citation by the NZFS 5 years ago for rescuing a boy from an U/G water pipe).
Also, as a Line Mechanic, I work 3.3, 6.6, 11kV, 33kV, 66kV, 110kV.
I am the Fire Brigade Electrician, even though I am responded at the same time as my Fire Service pager goes off.
It's a PITA, being a Faultsman!. [Linked Image]


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