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Clay Fenwick

Clay Fenwick
Clay Fenwick is the Assistant Fire Chief over Emergency Services for the City of Sugar Land (Texas) Fire-EMS Department. He has been with Sugar Land for more than 26 years and has served at every rank in the organization. He began his firefighting career as a volunteer for Pearland Volunteer Fire Department in 1983, serving until 1994. Fenwick holds certifications with the Texas Commission on Fire Protection as Firefighter Master, ARFF Advanced and Fire Service Instructor II, and is also an Emergency Medical Technician – Basic through the Texas Department of Health. Currently, he is a Principal member of the NFPA Fire Apparatus Committee, representing the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC). He has served the IAFC in past capacities on a FEMA working group and their own Credentialing Committee. Additionally, he has been on the Executive Board of the Houston-Galveston Area Type III Incident Management Team since 2007, serving as the Team Leader from 2008 through May 2013. He is also a National Fire Academy EFO.

Recent Posts

Company Officers: Fire’s First Line of Safety in the Field

Clay Fenwick | Nov 21, 2017
Most paid Fire and EMS departments or organizations have a dynamic on their fire apparatus that isn’t included on their ambulances. No,...
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Learn More About the NFPA & How You Can Make a Difference

Clay Fenwick | Nov 16, 2017
Many believe the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) to be a regulatory body. Actually, the NFPA is a global nonprofit...
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