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EMGT 2050  POLITICAL AND LEGAL FOUNDATIONS IN EMERGENCY SERVICES (3 credits)

The provision of Emergency Services in contemporary society occurs within an environment of legal requirements and community resource allocation that often requires difficult administrative and political decisions. Successful professionals who control, manage, and operate these services must understand and adhere to the demand and intent of the law. Also, they must master the practical art of politics related to the various community constituents and shareholders who fund and support them, staff them, and utilize them. This course examines the legal aspects and social consequences of emergency management provision. Environmental issues and Occupational Health and Safety policy and programs affecting emergency services are also examined.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): EMGT 1000 or taken concurrently with EMGT 1000.