Brad Kavetski

  • Aynor US-SC

Work History

Work History


Harford Volunteer Fire Company

• Active volunteer status in rural fire department. • Operates ambulance and provides BLS care to patients.


Old Lycoming Volunteer Fire Department

• Live-in student responsible for running ambulance calls and furnish patient care.• Responsible for keeping ambulance units, equipment, and station clean.• Responded to fire calls, motor vehicle accidents, and rescue incidents.

Sep 2010 - Present


Darlington County EMS

• Work closely with the 911 system to provide appropriate and optimum advance life support care to critically ill patients.• Maintain all medical certifications and skill competencies by attending training classes regularly.

May 2011 - Present


Horry County Fire Rescue

·Provide fire suppression services, perform various types of rescues, and provide emergency medical services to save lives and protect property.

·Provide advanced life support care to seriously ill patients in a busy 911 system under the supervision of a medical officer.

·Evaluate, train, and mentor new paramedics to be successful, well rounded, and knowledgeable within the emergency services section of Horry County Fire Rescue.

·Perform all aspects of a fire/rescue department ranging from keeping all emergency vehicles clean and in working order to documenting each call with each specific treatment performed and medications given to the patient.

Jul 2012 - Present

Rescue Specialist

South Carolina Urban Search and Rescue-Task Force 1
·Apply appropriate US&R tactics and techniques such as rope rescue operations, confined space rescue shoring and stabilization, breaching, trench rescue, heavy rigging, heavy lifting operations, victim packaging, and extrication.

·Implement technical skills and operate equipment necessary for completing the rescue portion of the action plan.

·Perform rescue operations under the direct supervision of a Rescue Squad Officer and provide periodic progress reports as needed.

May 2012 - Present


International Speedway Corporation

 • Provide emergency medical services to drivers, crew, and fans.• Supply fire suppression within the racetrack including the garage, pit row, etc.

Aug 2009 - Aug 2010


Jersey Shore Area EMS

• Responded to emergency calls with paramedic and assist with BLS skills.• Kept all equipment and vehicles clean and in working order.• Assisted paramedic on an ALS transport unit.


Dec 2012 - Present

B.S. Fire Science Management

American Military University

• Regionally Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.• Described the principles, theory, and practices associated with leading edge fire science and management including issues associated with tactical fire operations, fire safety, firefighting leadership and management, and community fire issues.• Defined and discussed the administrative processes associated with the public fire organization.• Identified and differentiated the various forms of fire, their fundamental scientific principles, and their associated mitigation and response strategies.

Aug 2008 - Aug 2010

A.A.S. Emergency Medical Services

Pennsylvania College of Technology

• Nationally Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) upon recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP).• 1100 plus hours of clinical and field rotations in Williamsport and Giesinger emergency room (ER), intensive care unit (ICU), operating room (OR), pediatric intensive care unit(PICU) , labor and delivery, and Susquehanna Health EMS.