Brett Huff is the owner of Huff Technical Training. He has over thirty years experience in the security, environmental, training, and the rescue fields. Brett is a Technical Rescue Specialist for Code 3 Associates and a Rescue Specialist for ASAR Training and Response as well as an instructor for both.
Beginning his career in the Army, Brett has since attended and graduated from several military, rescue, and law enforcement schools and programs. Having worked in a variety of the largest and most dangerous disasters, Brett understands all aspects of a disaster response. He has worked large scale evacuations, fires, flooding, mud slides, hurricanes and oil spills. Brett has held every role in a disaster response; from the first day of the incident, conducting search and rescue, to the last day, directing cleanup operation.
Brett has spent a life time working with animals and studying behavior of herd animals, safely working in herds of several hundred to accomplish daily feeding, moving and sorting activities; as well as working to rescue animals in emergency situations and disasters.
For over 25 years, professional horseman Garret Leonard has develop equine rescue resources, evacuation planning and disaster programs to first responders, community response teams, industry professionals as well as executed and developed a center for law enforcement for the collection of evidence and rehabilitation of abused and neglected horses that have been removed from their owners by law enforcement.
Garret collaborates with equine professional across the country on bio-security, quarantine, de-contamination, operations, planning, emergency veterinary care, large animal sheltering, standard operating policies, protocols and best practices in livestock training.
In addition, he provides trainings for Code 3 Associates in large animal handling, livestock movement, emergency sheltering leadership and livestock investigations.
Garret brings his passion and expertise to ASAR Training and Response as an Equine and Livestock Specialist moving responders from the awareness level to a technical level application.