Hazardous Materials Team

 

Idaho State Region Seven Response Team 

Team Members

Cody Anderson 
Joe Nichols
Roger Anderson
Jeff Parsons
Curtis Clark
Paul Radford
Rick Lords
Brian Robison 
Eric Day 
 
Barry Dennert 
Nick Stallings
Rich Brown
Dan Stowell
Dean Ellis
 John Tenerowicz
Nick Hirschi
Dave Thueson 
Dorin Howard
Sam Villabisencio
Scott Grimmett
 
Scott Long
 
John Lund
Bob Zaladonis
Brandon Rich Rob Hall
Mike Niles Dan Muhlestein
Tory Stewart Brian Wood
Scott Wetzel Lance Johnson
Bill Hicks Dave Thueson
Parker Ruby Sean Allen

Non IFFD Team Members

Jay Astle

Hazardous materials pose a real, rapidly expanding and potentially disastrous threat to Idaho Falls and the surrounding area. Hazmat incidents may include but are not limited to responses that may involve fires, spills, transportation accidents, chemical reactions and explosions. Associated hazards involved may include toxicity, flammability, radiological hazards, corrosives, health hazards, explosions or any combination of these factors.

The mission of the Idaho Falls Hazmat Response Team, in keeping with the mission of the Idaho Falls Fire Department, is to protect the lives and property of the citizens and visitors of Idaho Falls and of Bonneville County. As well as protecting, to the best of our ability, the environment of this beautiful area in which we live. Our goal will always be to control and confine the problem but not to provide the clean-up of the material. This mission will be carried out as desired and dictated by the citizens and elected officials of the City of Idaho Falls and Bonnev ille County.

The Idaho Falls Hazmat Response Team currently consists of 36members of the Fire Department plus some members of the business community who have volunteered their assistance as experts in their respective fields. These members were chosen from a wide cross section of the department to make use of the individual skills of the members. All personnel have been trained to a minimum of the EPA hazmat technician level. All personnel are required to continue to train and attempt to raise their skill levels and keep current with this rapidly expanding field.

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