Daniel Blackburn

Daniel Blackburn

Emergency Management Consultant

An organized individual responsible for administering operations for up to six fire stations and managing a large amount of staff. Extensive experience in taking the lead role in Incident Command and logistics in high stress emergency situations.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Developed management and administrative skills
  • Training and experience in Conflict Resolution
  • Highly developed leadership skills

Current Responsibilities

Emergency Management

Years of Experience





EFRS Officer Promotional Programs, Fire Fighter Qualified, Captain Qualified

Emergency Medical Technician Program


Incident Command System 300 Intermediate
NFPA 1001 Level II
NFPA 472 Technician Level Qualifications
Safety Codes Officer Fire Basic Group A


Edmonton Fire Rescue Services – 1988 – Present

  • District Chief – February 2018: Manage staffing and administration of up to six fire stations and 50-55 staff. Assume roles of safety officer at emergency events including assuming Incident Command and or logistics of larger events.
  • Supervisor – Station Captain – October 2011: Manage and administer operations of a single fire station and its staff. Manage an endless variety emergency events to positive outcomes with safety as a priority.
  • Adjunct Training Instructor EFRS – October 2007 – Class 113 & Class 117
  • Fire Fighter Qualified – October 2006: Qualified to act as a Captain within EFRS. Under supervision of a Station Captain provide emergency assistance in a variety of situations including medical events, traffic accidents, fire suppression (structural, wildland, airport), emergency driving and operating of equipment and other various citizen assist scenarios.


Edmonton Ambulance Authority – 1985 – 1988

  • Emergency Medical Technician: Responsible for emergency care, treatment and management of Patients in an urban pre-hospital environment.

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