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Justin Eberly

Justin Eberly
Justin M. Eberly is an Education and Training Specialist for VFIS, a subsidiary of the Glatfelter Insurance Group, responsible for the national delivery of educational and training programs, curriculum development, and information analysis. Eberly is an active Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and volunteer firefighter in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. He actively serves on the safety committee for an EMS agency. As an educator, he has served as adjunct faculty for emergency services at two technical colleges serving the South Central Pennsylvania region. Previously, he served as the assistant chief of a combination volunteer/career basic life support ambulance service. Eberly has earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Information Technology for Business Education from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. He expects to graduate in mid-2018 with a Masters in Public Administration with an emphasis in Emergency Services Management at Columbia Southern University.

Recent Posts

Risk Management: Beyond ‘Checking the Box’

Justin Eberly | Aug 29, 2019
(4 min read) EMS workers carry heavy responsibility time and time again—on a daily basis. Every mile of ambulance operations, their eyes...
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Will After-Market Alterations Leave You Feeling Sheepish?

Justin Eberly | Jul 2, 2019
(3 min read) The sheep-skin strap covers may “look cute and seem soft”, but a Georgia mother now cautions the use of aftermarket...
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How to Provide 5-Star Patient Transport

Justin Eberly | Oct 9, 2018
Could your ambulance and paratransit customer service rival Uber? In a 2015 Jimmy Kimmel Live television skit, Kimmel compared an...
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Not in My Backyard: When Mass Casualty Hits Close to Home

Justin Eberly | Aug 2, 2018
Practicing better preparedness for life’s unthinkable events Most people go to great lengths to avoid anything that might negatively...
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