James F. Trusley, CSP is an Environmental Health and Safety Manager with Jim Beam Brands Co. in Frankfort, KY and has worked in the Environmental Health Safety and Security field for 14 years.
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Course designed to combine classroom-based education with practical work experience. Academic credit is provided for structured job experience.
The Workers Compensation course within the Fire Administration concentration is an in-depth study of the foundation of Worker Compensation law.
System Safety Analysis is about the establishment of safety management systems. Students in this course will gain an understanding of safety as a system and learn how to diagram, report, and keep records of safety practices.
With more than 30 years in the fire service, Jim Pharr retired in 2006 after serving as a firefighter, investigator, fire chief, fire marshal and emergency management director in North Carolina counties. He is now a Professor at EKU.
This class examines the relationship of fire department budgeting within the scope of overall financial management of municipal governments.
The assessment, analysis and development of safety, emergency management, security and environmental compliance programs. This course will address the regulatory requirements and best business practices for each of the compliance areas.
Dr. Fred May has degrees in Geology from Weber State University, The Pennsylvania State University and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He has worked in emergency management for more than 25 years.
Scotty Dunlap, D. Ed., holds a Doctorate of Education in Higher and Adult Education from the University of Memphis and an MS in Loss Prevention and Safety from Eastern Kentucky University.
Christy Templeton is the Online Program Admissions Counselor for the College of Justice and Safety.