Tom Guldner

Tom Guldner is a retired Lieutenant of the New York City Fire Department's Marine Division. Tom held a US Coast Guard License as a Ships Master and is certified as a Fire instructor both within New York State and Nationally in the USA. He is currently a participating member of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) Fishing Vessel Operations and Safety panel and also their Small Working Vessel Operations and Safety panel. Tom is also a Principal Member of the NFPA Technical Committee on Merchant Vessels. His articles on Marine Firefighting have been published both nationally and internationally. Tom’s company Marine Firefighting Inc. is involved in consulting and training mariners and land-based firefighters in all aspects of marine firefighting. Visit his web-site at MarineFirefighting.com or E-mail Tom at MarineF[email protected]


Saturday, June 29, 2013
Incidents

Yes, Bananas Are Dangerous

Years ago if you wanted to import bananas you had two choices. You could pick the bananas when they were still green and un-ripened so they would arrive a week...

June 29, 2013
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Monday, March 4, 2013
Blog

LNG Fire Safety – Ships and Terminals

By Tom Guldner, President of Marine Firefighting Inc. What measures are in-place to protect them and prevent emergencies aboard LNG ships and at LNG facilities.? Let’s start with a little history of...

March 4, 2013
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Monday, February 11, 2013
marine-firefighter
Blog

Is Your Ship Ready for a Fire?

By Tom Guldner Marine companies today recognize their obligation to train their crews in everything that will be needed to do their job. New technologies in propulsion and vessel handling...

February 11, 2013
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Saturday, October 18, 2008
Uncategorized

Like It Or Not; It’s Here – Fighting LNG Ship Fires.

Like It Or Not; It’s Here Fighting LNG Ship Fires Originally Published Sept 2007 By Tom Guldner, Marine Firefighting Inc. First, let me state that this article is neither FOR...

October 18, 2008
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