SSE 890 Lean Enterprise Practices in Safety and Emergency Services A comprehensive review and discussion regarding lean management techniques in private industry and government. Topical applications include a history of lean management, process waste identification, creating flow in manufacturing and services. Creating standard workplaces and standard work to influence a safe culture of using the [...]
SSEM Supporting Courses
Work under faculty and field supervisors in a cooperative placement related to student’s academic studies. May be retaken to a maximum of six hours, but only three hours may count toward master’s degree. A minimum of 80 hours is required for each hour of academic credit. Instructor: Larry Collins
Supervised study in safety, security and emergency settings to provide the student with an opportunity to synthesize theory and on-the-job situations.
Identification/evaluation of problems, data interpretation, research/planning, models/applications for contemporary approaches to proactive safety, security and emergency management.