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Captain Allan Skogen

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Deputy Chief - Fire Prevention

Local Address: Arkansas, United States
City of Rogers Arkansas
22350 South Diamond Lake Road
Rogers, Minnesota 55374
United States

Company Description: The city of Rogers owns and operates on and off sale liquor operations. Our goal is to control the sale of beverage alcohol to minors and intoxicated persons while...   more
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The City of Rogers Arkansas - Fire Command Staff
rogersarkansas.com, 5 Aug 2012 [cached]
Allan Skogen - Captain - Fire Prevention
Allan Skogen was hired by the Rogers Fire Department in March of 2001 as Fire Marshal. Captain Skogen's career in public safety began in 1986 where he worked as an EMT in Orange County, CA. After becoming a Paramedic in 1989, he joined the Springdale Fire Department. Captain Skogen has worked as a Flight Medic with Air Evac Lifeteam and an EMT Instructor for Northwest Medical Center in Springdale. Captain Skogen also works as an adjunct instructor for the Fire Science Program at Northwest Arkansas Community College.
The City of Rogers Arkansas - Fire Department
rogersarkansas.com, 1 Feb 2012 [cached]
Allan Skogen Deputy Chief - Fire Prevention
NWAnews.com :: Northwest Arkansas' News Source
www.nwanews.com, 29 Jan 2005 [cached]
At the accident scene, deputy fire chief Alan Skogen said the victim was the only occupant in the car at the time of the wreck.
NWAnews.com :: Northwest Arkansas' News Source
www.recordtimes.com, 13 Oct 2006 [cached]
" We were able to replace equipment that was aging at once instead of over several years, " Rogers Deputy Chief Allan Skogen said.
NWAnews.com :: Northwest Arkansas' News Source
www.nwarktimes.com, 28 Oct 2006 [cached]
Rogers Deputy Fire Chief Allan Skogen said winter is a time when the RFD receives many more calls for house fires than any other time of the year." During the summertime and spring, people are outside and enjoying life, " Skogen said." But in the wintertime, people are cooped up, so we see a rise in house fires in the winter.That's just due to human nature - being inside."
Skogen said many fires are started by leaving candles unattended and leaving hot stoves unattended as well." You never want to burn a candle all the way down, " Skogen said." You have a potential of breaking the glass that surrounds it."
Skogen said that after every fire investigation, inspectors take a look to make sure the smoke detector is working." A lot of times, you'll find that the smoke detectors are not in functioning condition." Smoke detectors should be replaced every 10 years, Skogen said.
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