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The Latest Happenings in Our Department:
Chief Scotty Bush has been selected into the
2016 Fire Service Executive Development Institute.
The International Association of Fire Chiefs [www.iafc.org] (IAFC) announced that Scotty Bush, Chief of the Hendersonville Fire Department has been accepted into the fourth year of the Fire Service Executive Development Institute (FSEDI). Chief Bush competed with new fire chiefs and chief officers from across the country to become a member of the 2016 cohort program. Along with being accepted into the program Chief Bush has been awarded a scholarship which covers the expenses for attending the program.
Chief Bush joined the Hendersonville Fire Department in 1991, as a recruit firefighter and became a firefighter in late 1991. As his career began on the entry level and he progressed through the ranks along with added education opportunities he became an EMT-IV in 1998 and quickly put his focus on becoming the department’s second paramedic.
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"The CodeRED Weather Warning™ product is designed to automatically deliver targeted severe weather alerts moments after warnings are issued by the National Weather Service. The calls are delivered so quickly that they often arrive prior to other public notifications, usually before television or weather radio broadcasts are aired, providing citizens with extra time to prepare."
This is available for ALL who live within the city limits of Hendersonville, TN. It is available to homeowners, businesses, and individuals. Individuals MUST register through CodeRED to receive this free service.
Please click on the CodeRED logo below to register your home or business:
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The CodeRED Weather Warning™ product is a part of the CodeRED Emergency Communications Network® and should roll out for the City of Hendersonville in one to two weeks. There are many types of alerts you will receive and they are targeted to your area (example: neighborhood vs. county). After you register to receive the weather alerts which are already active, please spend a few minutes visiting their website to see all the benefits you will receive.
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