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David J. Staffieri

David J. Staffieri

Position(s): Deputy Chief (DC 28)
Email: dave.staffieri@station28.org

Training & Certifications

  • Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code, Department of Labor & Industry Enforcement, Fire Inspector #06152
  • International Code Council – Fire Inspector I Certification #8146731
  • International Code Council – Fire Inspector II Certification #8146731
  • Fire Investigation Technician – International Association of Arson Investigators IAAI – FIT
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualifications System – Fire Inspector I (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualifications System – Fire Inspector II (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Plan Examiner I (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Plans Examiner II (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Public Fire & Life Safety Educator I (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Public Fire & Life Safety Educator II (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Fire Officer Level I (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Fire Officer Level II (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Fire Officer Level III (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Fire Officer Level IV (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Fire Services Instructor Level I (32 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Fire Services Instructor Level II (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Firefighter I
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Firefighter II
  • Pennsylvania State Fire Academy- Firefighter I IFSAC
  • Pennsylvania State Fire Academy -Firefighter II IFSAC
  • Pennsylvania State Fire Academy – Incident Safety Officer (16 hours)
  • National Fire Academy Revised – Incident Safety Officer (16 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification – Fire Department Incident Safety Officer (32 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification – Fire Department Health & Safety Officer (24 hours)
  • Emergency Medical Technician – Pennsylvania Department of Health #160325
  • Pennsylvania State Fire Academy – Basic Vehicle Rescue (48 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Hazardous Material Incident Commander (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Hazardous Material Awareness Level (16 hours)
  • Hazardous Materials Technician Level III – Occupational Health and Safety Association (24 hours)
  • Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response Occupational Health and Safety Association (40 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Hazardous Material Operations (24 hours)
  • Pennsylvania State Fire Academy Hazardous Materials Operation Certification 472 (24 hours)
  • Emergency Vehicle Operation Course (16 hours)
  • Emergency Vehicle Driver Training VFIS Participant Level (16 hours)
  • Pennsylvania State Fire Academy – Driver Operator/Pump (16 hours)
  • Pennsylvania State Fire Academy – Driver Operator/Aerial (16 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Driver Operator/Pump (16 hours)
  • Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualification System – Driver Operator/Aerial (16 hours)
  • Fire One Inc Pump Operation I in accordance with NFPA Standard 1002 (16 hours)
  • Fire One Inc Pump Operation II in accordance with NFPA Standard 1002 (16 hours)
  • Pennsylvania Department of Transportation – Commercial Driver’s License Class A

Certified Fire, Arson & Explosion Investigator Training

  • Arc Mapping Basics (4 hours)
  • Basic Electricity (4 hours)
  • Critical Thinking Solves Cases (4 hours)
  • Digital Photography and the Fire Investigator (4 hours)
  • Documenting the Event (4 hours)
  • Electrical Safety (3 hours)
  • Ethics and the Fire Investigator (3 hours)
  • Explosion Dynamics (4 hours)
  • Fire and Explosion Investigations: Utilizing NFPA 1033 and 921 (4 hours)
  • Fire Investigator Scene Safety (3 hours)
  • Fire Protection Systems (3 hours)
  • Fundamentals of Residential Building Construction (3 hours)
  • Investigating Natural Gas Systems (3 hours)
  • NFPA1033 and Your Career (2 hours)
  • Physical Evidence at the Fire Scene (4 hours)
  • Post flashover Fires (4 hours)
  • Residential Electrical Systems (4 hours)
  • Residential Natural Gas Systems (3 hours)
  • The Impact of Ventilation in Building Structures on Fire Development (4 hours)
  • The Practical Application of the Relationship Between NFPA 1033 and NFPA 921 (3 hours)
  • The Scientific Method for Fire and Explosion Investigation Understanding Fire Through the Candle Experiments (3 hours)
  • Writing the Initial Origin and Cause Report (3 hours)

 

Emergency Management Certifications & Training

  • Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency Emergency Management Staff Member – Professional Certification
  • Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency Emergency Management Staff Member – Advance Certification
  • Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency Emergency Management Staff Member – Basic Certification
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency Emergency Management Institute – Professional Development Series Certificate of Completion
  • Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency – G290 Public Information Officer
  • North Hampton Community College – G235 Emergency Planning
  • Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency – G190 ICS/EOC Interface Workshop
  • FEMA National Incident Management System 100, 200, 300, 400, 700, 800
  • National Fire Academy Fire Sprinkler Systems Components & Identification
  • IS-00001 Emergency Program Manager an Orientation to the Position,
  • IS-00003 Radiological Emergency,
  • IS-00005.a An Introduction to Hazardous Materials,
  • IS-00015.b Special Events Contingency Planning for Public Safety Agencies
  • IS-00020.13 Diversity Awareness
  • IS-00029 Public Information Officer Awareness
  • IS-00120. a An Introduction to Exercises
  • IS-00130 Exercise Evaluation and Improvement Planning
  • IS-00201 Forms Used for the Development of the Incident Action Plan
  • IS-00230.b Fundamentals of Emergency Management
  • IS-00235.b Emergency Planning
  • IS-00240.a Leadership and Influence
  • IS-00241.a Decision Making and Problem Solving
  • IS-00242.a Effective Communication
  • IS-00244.a Developing and Managing Volunteers
  • IS-00271.a Anticipating Hazardous Weather and Community Risk 2nd Edition
  • IS-00288.a The Role of Voluntary Agencies in Emergency Management
  • IS-00393.a Introduction to Hazard Mitigation
  • IS-00547.a Introduction to Continuity of Operations
  • IS-00701.a NIMS Multiagency Coordination System (MACS)
  • IS-00702.a NIMS Public Information Systems
  • IS-00703.a NIMS Resource Management
  • IS-00704 NIMS Communications and Information Management
  • IS-00706 NIMS Intrastate Mutual Aid an Introduction
  • IS-00775 EOC Management and Operations
  • IS-00801 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #1 Transportation
  • IS-00802 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #2 Communications
  • IS-00803 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #3 Public Works and Engineering
  • IS-00804 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #4 Firefighting
  • IS-00805 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #5 Emergency Management
  • IS-00807 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #7 Logistics Management and Resource Support
  • IS-00809 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #9 Search and Rescue
  • IS-00810 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #10 Oil and Hazardous Materials Response
  • IS-00811 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #11 Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • IS-00812 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #12 Energy
  • IS-00813 Emergency Support Function (ESF) #13 Public Safety and Security
  • IS-00907 Active Shooter: What You Can Do
  • IS-00908 Emergency Management for Senior Officials
  • IS-00909 Community Preparedness Implementing Simple Activities for Everyone
  • IS-00910. an Emergency Management Preparedness Fundamentals
  • IS-00922 Applications of GIS for Emergency Management
  • IS-01900 National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) Federal Coordinating Center Operations
  • Q-118 Community Safety Educator
  • Q-0751Principles of Building Construction
  • Q-318 Fire Service Supervision
  • Q-297 Awareness of Command & Control Decision Making at Multiple Alarm Incidents
  • Q217 Alternative Water Supply: Planning and Implementing Program
  • Q-494 NFIRS 5.0 Self Study Program