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Firefighter recognised for work developing Victorian training for Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear and Explosives incidents

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27 Jul 2015
LFF Shane Jenkin has been presented a Chief's Commendation for developing a three-day exercise to upskill agencies to manage serious incidents.


Chief Officer’s Commendation
Leading Firefighter Shane Jenkin

In recognition for your exemplary contribution to the development, co-ordination and implementation of the 2015 Victorian Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear and Explosives (CBRNe) Incident Managers Exercise, 23 to 25 July, 2015.

You demonstrated strategic maturity, professionalism and leadership to promote, engage, develop and coordinate the implementation of this multi-agency exercise was well above the core activities and expectations of an Operational Leading Firefighters and ensured the successful implementation of this forum.

Furthermore, your dedication to this project has influenced and enhanced CBRNe awareness and preparedness across the emergency management sector. The implementation of this program is both timely and relevant to the current elevated threat environment and evidenced by recent global events. Furthermore your professional and ambassadorial contribution has significantly elevated the MFB’s reputation and brand within the CBRNe and emergency management community.


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