Battalion Chief Bryan Miers, NREMT-P , DMT
Chief Bryan Miers is a twenty-two year veteran of the Henrico County Division of Fire. He has 18 years of service as a Nationally Registered Paramedic and is currently assigned to Battalion 4 A shift which oversees EMS and Special Operations. In addition to his suppression/ EMS responsibilities he has served as the Henrico Search Rescue Dive Team Leader. He has been a member of the Dive team for over 10 years combined, 1993-1998, and 2009-present. Chief Miers has been diving since 1990 and is currently a SDI/ERDi Instructor. In addition to his scuba diving experience, Chief Miers has received specialized training in swift water rescue from Rescue 3 and Marine Patrol functions from the US Coast Guard. Chief Miers works with numerous Virginia Dive teams assisting with implementation of regional programs such as Dive Medic and standardized PSD Training. Additionally, Chief Miers sits on the National Board of Diving and Hyperbaric Medical Technology. His principle responsibility with the board is assisting with the development of a Public Safety Dive Medic Program. Chief Miers is a FEMA credentialed Type 3 Planning Section Chief responsible for planning and coordinating emergency resources and several large-scale events.
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Updated April 21, 2017