“Firefighters are hired to take calculated risks… (there) are some safety risks that are only taken because of ignorance, or lack of training which amountsto the same thing.”
“Firefighters are hired to take calculated risks…(there) are some safety risks that are only taken because of ignorance, or lack of training which amountsto the same thing.”

About Me

Kevin Lundy

 

Professional first responder with twenty-six years of experience in the fire and emergency medical services.  I retired as the Deputy Chief with the Gulfport Fire Department April 15th, 2017.   Before getting promoted to Deputy Fire Chief I ran the fire and EMS training division for 170 career combat fire fighters with the Gulfport Fire Department.  I built and maintain a Moodle Learning Management Training website for our department and the Mississippi Office of Home Land Security.  I developed the certification and training credentialing process for the Mississippi Office of Homeland Security and also wrote the state wide credentialing standard operating procedures (SOG) for Mississippi.  I also teach all over the country as a contract instructor for the National Fire Academy out of Emmistsburg, MD.  I have excellent computer skills, data management skill, and exceptionally proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook.   Played a key role in implementing and writing the SOG’s for the electronic reporting of the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) and records management system (RMS) with the Gulfport Fire Department.  I am the NFIRS program manager for the Gulfport Fire Department which entails extracting data from a data base, building pivot tables for budgeting analysis.

 

Experience

Deputy Fire Chief

Gulfport Fire Department

March 1991 – April 2017 Gulfport, MS

 

Fire Service

 

  • 26 years as a career Fire Fighter
  • 3 Yeas as Deputy Fire Chief
  • 14 years as a company officer
  • 2 Years in Fire Administration in the Training Division
  • Fire Administrator of the Year recipient
  • Firefighter of the Year recipient
  • Fire Service Instructor (1041) For the last 16 yeas
  • Manages and maintains the NFIRS reporting and Record Management Systems
  • Numerous Haz-mat classes and certifications
  • Numerous technical rescue classes and certifications
  • Numerous WMD classes and certifications
  • Data Analysis for Budgeting


EMS

 

  • 26 years’ experience. 25 years as a Paramedic
  • Fire department and private ambulance company. (AMR)
  • CPR instructor
  • Emergency Medical Technician - Basic Instructor for the Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College –Jeff Davis Campus.

      

National Fire Academy
01/2010 – Present

 

I am a contract instructor and contend developer for the National Fire Academy

 

Classes I teach for the National Fire Academy are:

 

  • 21st Century Training for Fire and EMS Training Officers (R0354)
  • Analytical Tools for Decision-Making (R0387)
  • Challenges for Local Training Officers (R0815)
  • Challenges for Local Training Officers (N0815)
  • Contemporary Training Concepts for Fire and EMS (R0386)
  • Emergency Resource Deployment Planning (SOC) (R0492)
  • Fire Service Course Design--One Week (R0129)
  • Introduction to NFIRS 5.0 (F0497)
  • Introduction to NFIRS 5.0 (Course available only during NFA Sponsored State Weekends) (W0497)
  • National Fire Incident Reporting System: Program Management (N0491)
  • National Fire Incident Reporting System: Program Management (R0491)
  • National Fire Incident Reporting System: Program Management (R0834)
  • National Fire Incident Reporting System: Program Manager (N0489)
  • Training Operations in Small Departments (F0290)
  • Training Operations in Small Departments (Course available only during NFA Sponsored State Weekends) (W0290)
  • Training Program Management (R0342)

 

Mississippi Office of Homeland Security 

 

I am a contract employee for the Mississippi Office of Homeland Security (MOHS) and the Task Fore Leader for MS Task Force III, (USAR Team). I work on various projects for them. During my employment with the office I wrote the first state wide MOHS credentialing system standard operating guide lines (SOG) and the second MOHS hurricane response plan.  

Some of my duties with MOHS are:

  • Coordinate Urban Search and Rescue Teams
  • Function on the Emergency Management Team
  • Write After Action Reports
  • Teaching Classes
  • Drill Evaluator
  • Asset Tracking / Equipment Auditing

1Contact Informaiton

Kevin Lundy

klundy@k-lundy.com

228-323-0071

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