Our faculty, headed by Patrick Hill, includes a variety of skilled instructors who are recognized experts in their areas of specialization.
Pat has more than 20 years of experience in loss control and safety and health engineering. The author of Defining Risk Assessment, the leading college textbook on loss control, he is an energetic and articulate teacher who has trained countless loss control professionals. Pat has held positions as a facilities planner, safety and health engineer, and director of safety training in the shipbuilding industry. In the mid 1990s he went on to provide safety and loss control services as an independent consultant. Today Pat manages quality control and training for Alexander & Schmidt of Yarmouth, Maine, one of the most respected and reputable loss control service providers in the United States.
For the past 25 years, Dan has served two national insurance carriers as a VP-level executive in property, liability, product liability, fleet, and inland marine insurance as well as in workers’ compensation coverage for municipalities and healthcare, manufacturing, retail, transportation, and educational organizations. Dan is a talented instructor who has served as an adjunct professor for the School of Applied Science, Engineering, and Technology at the University of Maine (USM). He has published articles and speaks regularly on the integration of business and workplace safety. Dan holds a BS in industrial technology from USM, an MS in occupational safety and health from Illinois State University, and an MS in business administration from Southern New Hampshire University.
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