Joe Nedder is from Uxbridge, MA and has been active in the Volunteer/On-call Fire Service for over 42 years. He actively served on the line for over 36 years, and has continued to serve as a professional Fire Service trainer. He has held various ranks including Lieutenant, Captain and Training Officer. Nedder has been a Fire Service Instructor for over 30 years. He retired from active, on the line, service in 2012 and continues to actively teach specializing in working with Volunteers, On-call and other smaller organizations. He worked for the Massachusetts Fire Academy for 16 years and founded his own Training Organization, Cross St Associates, in 2004 in response to requests for training. He has trained with firefighters in Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Connecticut, New York, Arkansas, and Illinois. Joe has written numerous articles for Fire Engineering, and has taught at every FDIC since 2010. He is the Author of the textbook Rapid Intervention Crews, Principles and Practices published by Jones and Bartlett, and is currently writing a book for Clarion Events entitled Managing Risk in the Volunteer Fire Department: Concepts, Methods and Practices due for publication in the Spring of 2020. When you ask those who have taken one of his classes to describe his teaching style you will repeatedly hear the words knowledgeable, passionate, and fun.

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