Westmont fire chief retains highest professional designation
Westmont Fire Chief David Weiss has been re-designated a chief fire officer by the Commission on Professional Credentialing (CPC).
The designation, valid for three years, evaluates the areas of professional development, professional contributions, active association membership and community involvement.
“We want to congratulate Chief Weiss for earning this designation," Westmont Trustee and Public Safety Committee Chair Steve Nero said. “It’s my understanding that Chief Weiss has now held this designation for 15 years, which means our citizens have been well-served having personnel who are so highly trained and prepared to serve our community.”
The designation is CPC's highest level of achievement for fire personnel.
“Chief Weiss first earned the credential in 2003," Debbie Sobotka, deputy director for the Center for Public Safety Excellence, said. “He is entrenched in the CPC model of continuous improvement. This is quite an honor.”
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