David Coffey

David Coffey, College of Health Sciences, The New England Consortium

David Coffey, College of Health Sciences, The New England Consortium

Training Manager
Phone:
978-934-3296
Fax:
978-934-2012
Office:
600 Suffolk Street, Fifth Floor, Wannalancit Mills

Expertise

Emergency Response, Incident Command System & Emergency Management

Research Interest

Just In Time Disaster Response Training

Educational Background

Masters Of Science University Of Massachusetts Lowell

Masters of Business Administration Rivier University School of Graduate Studies

Bachelor of Science, Management Franklin Pierce College

Associate of Science, Emergency Medicine New Hampshire Technical Institute

Biosketch

David J. Coffey is the Training Manager for TNEC , responsible for the operations of TNEC’s Hazardous Waste Site and Emergency Response training program in New England. He initially came to TNEC as a Special Projects Manager for its Weapons of Mass Destruction Worker Education & Training Supplemental Project.  Since that time, he has managed multiple special projects for TNEC. 
 
He formerly taught as a full-time Associate Professor at Hesser College in Manchester, New Hampshire, teaching in the Health Sciences Division. He also has more than 30 years experience in the public safety field, which includes positions in emergency medicine, law enforcement and emergency management. Coffey served for nine years with the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary performing rescue, maritime patrols, vessel safety inspections and facility safety with the Operations and Marine Safety Divisions at the Portsmouth New Hampshire Coast Guard Station.