BATAVIA — Twenty first responders from nine fire departments sucessfully completed the 12-hour Officer Development: Firefighter Health and Safety Course, held March 23 through April 13, the Genesee County Office of Emergency Management said.

The course gave current and potential fire officers with a basic knowledge of effective communications for both administrative functions and for emergency incidents. Students took part in activities to apply skills learned in addition to conducting a size up based on emergency incidents. Additionally, this course provided the company officer with the skills needed to identify and prevent common safety hazards and to perform an initial accident investigation.

Students must have completed the basic firefighter courses prior to participating in this course. Successfully completing the Officer Development: Firefighter Health and Safety were:

Town of Batavia

n Joshua M. Finn

n Dwayne J. Fonda, Jr.


n David R. Stratton


n James C. Hale

n Matthew P. Lenhard


n Nicole M. Boldt

n Nathan J. Tabor

Le Roy

n Fay Fuerch

n James D. King

n Stephanie A. Mcvicker

n Brie L. Rogers


n Justin Cooper

n Annette J. Johnson

n Andrew S. Pilc

n Collins J. Scheiber


n Jeffery L. Freeman

South Byron

n Vitorrio J. Muoio

n Jeremie J. Rassel


n Randal J. Henning

n Chad A. Rambach

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