Don Henry teaches in the Automotive Service Technician and Heavy Equipment Technician programs at Lakeland College, Vermilion, Alberta, where he has been a faculty member for more than 20 years. Mr. Henry also works closely with fire etc. In a partnership between the two institutions, he co-developed and delivers Canada’s only post-secondary level Fire Apparatus Maintenance program. He has written numerous articles on the maintenance and repair of heavy equipment and fire apparatus, and has presented seminars nationally and internationally on those topics. He has also completed the only textbook on fire apparatus maintenance - Fire Department Pumping Apparatus Maintenance
Mr. Henry is a principal member of the proposal committee for National Fire Protection Association 1071 - Standard for Emergency Vehicle Technician Professional Qualifications, has been president of the National Association of Emergency Vehicle Technicians, and is chair of the Apparatus Maintenance Section for the International Association of Fire Chiefs. He also holds memberships in the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers and the Fluid Power Society. His credentials include a Certified Fluid Power Specialist exam rating, and an Emergency Vehicle Technician rating as a Master Technician. Mr. Henry also holds journeyman certification in both Automotive Service Technician and Heavy Equipment Technician trades.
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