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Casper Fire-EMS Deputy Chief Achieves National Health & Safety Certification

Casper Fire-EMS Deputy Chief Cameron Siplon has achieved Health & Safety Officer certification from the National Board on Professional Fire Service Qualifications.
Casper Fire-EMS Deputy Chief Cameron Siplon has achieved Health & Safety Officer certification from the National Board on Professional Fire Service Qualifications.(Casper Fire-EMS)
Published: Aug. 12, 2020 at 12:10 AM CDT
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CASPER, Wyo. (Release) - Casper Fire-EMS is pleased to announce that Deputy Chief Cameron Siplon has achieved Health & Safety Officer certification from the National Board on Professional Fire Service Qualifications.

The Health & Safety Officer certification is awarded to candidates who demonstrate proficiency in developing and maintaining a health and safety program that is compliant with national standards, and after successful completion of applicable exams. This certification is of critical importance to Fire Service certifying agencies.

“Deputy Chief Siplon has demonstrated a continuing resolve to pursue overall organizational improvement and tremendous dedication to his own professional development,” said Fire Chief Tom Solberg. “We look forward to the contributions that Deputy Chief Siplon will provide to the Department to help us take care of our best assets – our firefighters.”

Deputy Chief Siplon is a 24-year veteran of the Casper Fire-EMS department. He currently serves as Deputy Chief overseeing Training, Health, and Safety. His continuing work includes developing and scheduling firefighter training, developing policy, and incident response.

For further information, please contact Firefighter/PIO Dane Andersen via the information above.

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