Andrew Tinsley has over seven years experience in the fire service in which he held positions ranging from firefighter, driver, line officer, and training officer. In addition, he has worked in the engineering field as a structural engineer for approximately two years.
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In the Principles of Occupational Safety and Health course students explore the history of the development of occupational safety and health, the structure and functioning of the OSHA.
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.
Dr. Jim McClanahan is an Associate Professor in the Department of Safety, Security and Emergency Management. Jim has a special interest in security management.
Introduction/analysis of general construction safety utilizing the key components of 29 CFR 196. Included in this study will be general safety & health provisions of OSH Act and a review of the various subparts of 29 CFR 1926.
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.
Analysis and investigation of hazard and threat control principles relating to personal and environmental risks within the workplace. Investigation techniques, inspection methodologies, management techniques, and prevention programs essential to the manager within the safety, fire, and security functions are emphasized. Click below to view videos from this course. SSE 845 – Regulatory Issues Learn about [...]
Michael Shane LaCount is an adjunct professor in the Fire and Safety Engineering Technology program at Eastern Kentucky University. He is a Certified Fire, Arson and Explosive Investigation Instructor and Investigator, and former Co-Chair of the Annual EKU Rescue School.
William D. Hicks is an assistant professor for the Department of Safety, Security & Emergency Management. Mr. Hicks has a B.S. in Fire & Safety Engineering Technology and a M.S. in Loss Prevention & Safety from Eastern Kentucky University.
Paul Grant is an assistant professor with Eastern Kentucky University in the Fire and Safety Engineering Technology department. Paul also instructs with the University of Phoenix, Colorado State University, and Red Rocks Community College in Denver, Colorado.