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Jeffery Hartle

Assistant Professor

Professor Hartle teaches Introduction to Crisis & Disaster Management, Safety & Health for Emergency Responders, Emergency Services Management, and Technology Applications  

  • Research interests include fire protection and building codes, regulations, & standards, rural emergency management, technological & organizational failures and disasters, Caribbean fire & hazardous materials response, safety & health of emergency responders
  • Certified Fire Protection Specialist (CFPS), Institution of Fire Engineers (MIFireE), Certified Business Continuity Planner (CBCP)
  • Extensive professional experience with the Johnson County (MO) Fire Protection District (Firefighter, Lieutenant - Training Division),  Johnson County (MO) Local Emergency Planning Committee (Hazardous Materials Plan Subcommittee), Instructor, Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST) Hazardous Materials, Incident Command, and Terrorism Awareness, 18 years experience in private industry with fire and risk management, as well as Loss Prevention Consultanting experience on topics such as incipient and structural fire brigades and hazardous materials awareness for first responders
  • Professor Hartle earned degrees from:

Central Missouri State University (now UCM) (1997) MS in Industrial Safety Management

University of Cincinnati (1996) BS in Fire & Safety Engineering Technology

Eastern Kentucky University (1989) AA in Fire & Safety Engineering Technology

Publications include:

Hartle, J. A. 2005. Letter to the Editor-Loophole in OSHA Regulations Leaves Some State and Local Employees at Risk. Journal of Emergency Management 3(6): 7- 8.

Hartle, J. A. & McLean, Z. A. 2005, November. Island Protection. Fire Prevention & Fire Engineers Journal 65: 46-48.

Hartle, J. A. 2004, November. Storage capacity. Fire Prevention & Fire Engineers Journal 64: 21-23.

Hartle, J. A. 2003. Best Practices and Continuing Challenges: Comprehensive Disaster Management in the British Virgin Islands. Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands: Department of Disaster Management.

Hartle, J. A. 2003. Capability Assessment for Readiness: An Analysis of the Disaster Management Programme of the British Virgin Islands. Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands: Department of Disaster Management.

Hartle, J. A. 2002. A Capability Assessment of the Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Service. Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands: Department of Disaster Management.

Hartle, J. A. 2002. The Role of the Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Service in Disaster Management. Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands: Department of Disaster Management.

Hartle, J. A., & Bryant, D. H. 2001. Global awareness for EM students. IAEM Bulletin 18(10): 13-14.

Bryant, D. H., & Hartle, J. A. 2000. Multimedia delivery of occupational safety and health curriculum. Chemical Safety & Health 7(2): 34-36.

Contact

Jeff Hartle
Assistant Professor
HUM 201 C
Tel: (660) 543-4544

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