Wayne Brashear, Campus Fire Marshall,
has nearly thirty years' experience in fire safety and prevention
as a fire fighter, municipal fire chief, and regional manager
of emergency services. He served the City of Siloam Springs, AR as
Fire Chief for fourteen years, held the position of Fire Chief
in Eureka Springs, AR for five years, and served Washington County,
both as 911 Director and as Director of Emergency Management.
He is an Arkansas State-Certified Firefighter 1, a State-Certified
Emergency Medical Technician (since 1972), a Certified HazMat
Incident Commander, a Certified Critical Incident Stress Debriefer,
and a Certified Emergency Manager. He has accumulated over
1000 hours of training, covering the entire spectrum of the
fire safety field. Mr. Brashear conducts inspections of campus
buildings and facilities for compliance with established requirements
for fire safety; administers a University contract for servicing fire
equipment; assists in the development of fire protection and emergency
evacuation plans for campus buildings; reviews plans for new construction
and renovation projects; provides training in the proper use of
fire safety and emergency equipment; and develops programs for
fire safety education and prevention.
If you have any questions or comments about the University's Fire Safety Program or would like to schedule a class, contact Environmental Health & Safety at 575-5448 or e-mail the Campus Fire Marshall, Wayne Brashear.
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