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District Liaison Officers (DLO) are available to serve
as a focal point in each administrative district to facilitate
communications and to coordinate the distribution of resources between
local organizations, the Fire Program, and the Board on Public Safety
Standards and Training. DLO's are available to attend local training
association meetings and to consult with fire chiefs, training officers,
and community college officials when required. They may assist with
task performance evaluation testing and conduct, on behalf of DPSST,
Agency Accreditation Reviews (R-1). The Agency Accreditation Review
determines what levels of certification and training you can provide
in-house without seeking outside instructors. The DLO's strive to remain
current in fire certification practices to provide the most up-to-date
information available from DPSST. DPSST has 23 DLO's throughout the
state. Each DLO serves voluntarily and deserves credit for his/her
dedication and selfless efforts. Their contributions are valuable to the
work of the Board and play a significant role in the success of the
Fire Certification Program.
Agency Accreditation Agreement (R-1) Form - Word Version
Agency Accreditation Agreement (R-1) Form - PDF Version
DLO Application - Word Version
DLO Application - PDF Version
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