L. Windsor, B.C.S.M.
David L. Windsor has been involved
in emergency services for over 30 years. He has
served as a volunteer firefighter, an EMT, and
a law enforcement officer. He has been certified
as an Indiana EMT for over 27 years. He has served
the State of Indiana as a Conservation Officer
since 1983. He served two terms as president of
an international training organization and served
on their board of directors from 1998 to 2008.
He is a graduate of the 191st Session of the FBI
National Academy and he is board certified in
and Seminar Topics
Weathering the Storm of Public Safety Employment:
You have heard about stress and stress
management, and its effects on your body. However, do
you really know what stress is, where it comes from,
and how to deal with it as a Public Safety Employee?
Have you ever received training on this «high
risk - high frequency» issue? We have developed
a three part life changing program that will explain
stress and the effects it has on you, as well as, how
you can identify the stress in your life and successfully
deal with it.
Strategies and Tactics for
Surviving yourself may sound simple,
however; the stress in our lives is often multiplied
by the choices and decisions we make. Only after we
identify what stress is, where it comes from, and our
own unique reaction to it can we successfully manage
stress and make life changing decisions to survive ourselves.
Strategies and Tactics For Surviving
Yourself will help you develop a plan to live a more
successful and “stress less” life. Truly
successful people balance spiritual, personal, family,
and professional demands. Learn proven strategies to
combat stress associated with success and improve the
quality of your life.
is a list of organizations with whom David L. Windsor
has interviewed, consulted or trained:
International Boating and Water Safety Summit
Association of Natural Resource Enforcement Trainers
Southwest Ambulance Service, Henry County, Indiana
Knightstown Fire Department, Indiana
Vincennes University, Indiana
Student Teachers Association, Purdue University
Indiana Dept. of Natural Resources, Law Enforcement