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David Rhodes

Chief (Ret.)
Education Director, FDIC/Editor in Chief, Fire Engineering
David Rhodes is a 37-year fire service veteran who retired after spending his last 17 years as a battalion chief with the Atlanta (GA) Fire Department. He is a Chief Elder for the Georgia Smoke Diver Program and has been a member of the FDIC Educational Advisory Board, a Hands-on-Training coordinator for the FDIC conference, an editorial advisor and author for Fire Engineering and Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment, author of the “Hump Day SOS” column in Fire Rescue, an adjunct instructor for the Georgia Fire Academy, an Advisory Board Member for Underwriters Laboratories Firefighter Safety Research Institute, and a Board Member of the Firefighter Air Coalition. He served as an incident commander for the Georgia Emergency Management Agency – Type III All Hazards Incident Management Team and was a task force leader for the Georgia Search and Rescue Team.
Courses By David Rhodes

Training Minutes: Car Off Parking Deck

Atlanta (GA) BC David Rhodes is at the Guardian Centers in Georgia for a training scenario on collapse rescue. Rhodes and Scott Brantley discuss rescuing two victims from a car that is hanging from a damaged parking deck.

Course Type: Short Video

Course Duration: 15 min

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