Ray Martin – ROI
Director of Operations, Ray Martin is a Station Officer with Dublin Fire Brigade and Ambulance Service.
Ray joined DFB in 2000 were he qualified as an Adult Educator and PHECC Tutor early in his career. His commitment to the Training Centre as a Paramedic Tutor developed further when he qualified as an Advanced Paramedic in 2006.
Enjoying both his Operational and Training roles, Ray has Instructed on Recruit Firefighter Courses and has a keen interest developing his position as a Haz Mat Instructor
Ray is extremely proud to be a WRO Assessor of all disciplines in both RTC and Trauma.
Mick Tobin – ROI
Working as a civil servant in the Irish Health Service for over 32 years. I have gained knowledge and education from many various areas. Working in areas from theatre, casualty, wards, management and over 18 years as a front-line paramedic with the National Ambulance Service. The knowledge I have gained has been put to work in education and tutoring in frontline services. Retiring 2019, I have concentrated all my time into the training in the EMS services. Qualifying as an assessor in medical and trauma at the WRO challenge in Lisbon in 2015.
I am honoured as Trauma lead for the ROI, to be given the opportunity to represent Rescue Organisation Ireland as an assessor in the WRO virtual challenge.
Rescue Organisation Ireland
Oscar Campillo – ALAREV
Currently Captain at Chinchiná Volunteer Firefighters, Chinchiná City Colombia. More than 40 years of experience as a rescuer and 30 years as a Firefighter.
• Co-founder and member of the Latin American Rescue Team that participated in the World Rescue Challenge of the World Rescue Organization (WRO) in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
• Co-founder of the Latin American Vehicle Rescue Association (ALAREV).
• Co-founder of the Colombian Vehicle Rescue Association (ACRV)
• Assessor Course in 2016 through APRAT (Spain).
• WRO Assessor Course in Meath, Ireland, and Shadow Advisor at the National Rescue Challenge in Meath Ireland in 2016.
• Shadow Assessor at the World Rescue Challenge on 2016 WRC in Curitiba (Brazil)
• ALAREV International Assessor and First World Certified WRO Assessor for Latin America, since 2016.
• Technical Assessor at the World Rescue Challenge in Targu Mures, Romania 2017
• International Assessor at National Challenges of Vehicle Rescue in: • Paraguay (2017, 2018, 2019),
• Sao Paulo Brazil 2016
• Medellín Colombia 2016
• Mexico 2016.
• Currently designated for the design and assembly of Limited scenarios at the NAVRA National Challenge in Miami to be November 18-21, 2021.
• Currently appointed as Assessor at the World Rescue Challenge Virtual WRC2021.
Current Head Assessor and Education & Training Director in ALAREV.
Nick Holmes – UKRO
I work in an operational role with Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service, United Kingdom.
Throughout my career, I have served at a number of Fire Stations across Cheshire.
I also spent a number of years working in our Training Department as an Instructor where I was involved in all aspects of Fire Service Training.
Although I specialised in training Road Traffic Collision rescue I also taught Breathing Apparatus and Fire Development, Rope Rescue and Trauma.
I am also a member of the Anaesthesia Trauma and Critical Care (ATACC) Faculty.
I spent a number of years developing and assessing Incident Commanders, at all levels, within Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service.
I also hold a number of assessor qualifications.
I have been involved with United Kingdom Rescue Organisation (UKRO) since 2002 and have experience at assessing regional, national and world rescue challenges.
I am currently the UKRO Lead Assessor for Extrication.
My name is Laetitia Tillard, I am a health executive in the fire and rescue service of Loire Atlantique, in the west of France. I have been in this position for 15 years. Previously, I worked in a resuscitation service, emergency rapid response unit at the Saint Nazaire hospital.
In the fire department I am a trainer of first aid trainers and a PHTLS instructor.
I was part of the road rescue team of my department for 5 years. Now I am training the medics of the team since I joined the French assessors this year for FNSPF.
I am delighted to be here today with you, on this virtual challenge, to be able to exchange on our care practices and thus work together to continue to give the best care to our casualties.
Good luck to you all!
Professional fire-fighter for 25 years, I worked in the Fire Stations of Rambouillet and Saint-Arnoult before joining the Montigny le Bretonneux CSP. A first aid instructor for 20 years, I have been keen to share and pass on my knowledge of first aid to people with our young recruits but also my experienced colleagues. I joined EXTRAC five years ago: this new issue represents a personal challenge and responds to my desire for continuous improvement. I am committed to representing the SDIS 78 with dignity in these international competitions and to satisfy the unwavering pride of my wife and my children who support me in this experience.
Working as Head of the technical and logistical service within the Training Center of the Luxembourg Fire and Rescue Corps (CGDIS), I joined as a volunteer the Fire Services 31 years ago and the Luxembourg Red Cross Ambulance Service 30 years ago.
Today I’m still a volunteer firefighter within the Luxembourg Fire and Rescue Corps and do duties on the Ambulance and Fire/Rescue as well. Getting first contact with the Trauma Challenges with my Team on the 2014 Luxembourg National Trauma and Rescue Challenge and same year on the WRC in Moreton-in-Marsh, I became a year after a WRO Assessor whilst the WRC 2015 in Lisbon. Since then I am assessing on the national Challenges in Luxembourg and France and become the Trauma Challenge Coordinator within the Luxembourg Rescue Organisation a few years ago.
I am a teacher and a volunteer paramedic in the Luxembourg Fire and Rescue Service since 16 years and a paramedic instructor since 2017. Being the medic of a technical rescue team, I became a member of the World Rescue family in 2007 and participated at 4 World Rescue challenges (in RTC and trauma) before I became a medical assessor for the World Rescue organization in 2014.
I am the secretary and assessor coordinator of the Luxembourg Rescue organisation and also part of our development aid program, which works on a project in Madagascar since 2016.
All in all I have assessed numerous national challenges in Luxembourg, as well as in Ireland, France and Germany and I had the privilege to work as an assessor in 4 World Rescue challenges.
I chose being a volunteer on a fire and rescue corps at the age of 16. This fact inspired me for choosing my job as nurse of anaesthesia and reanimation and now I work since a few years on an intensive care.
We are a small country so it was just a question of time that I had contact with the Trauma and Rescue challenge. So, I began as interior assessor on Recue Challenge than as shadow and later as Trauma Assessor. All these challenges make so much fun and it is so inspiring to learn known people with the same job or hobby from all over the world.
My highlight was the WRC on Capetown on 2018 where I was one of the Trauma-Assessors because we had such a great Team, learned new things, met engaged people and we all had a beautiful time together.