NAVFAC Southwest

Safety

SAFETY PROGRAMS

Safety Culture Video
An Excellent Day - STOP ME Video


Southwest Command Safety Plan - 2019 
Southwest Command Safety Plan - 2018 
EM 385-1-1 (May 2015)
NAVFAC Safety Handbook
Updated Online Version
   
 

Work Force Safety Philosophy

  • At a minimum, those conducting contract work for NAVFAC Southwest will be expected to adhere to OSHA Regulations and or the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers EM 385-1-1 Safety and Health Requirements Manual
  • NAVFAC employees and/or any uniform person has the obligation to halt anyone conducting work in a perceived unsafe manner.
  • People are our most critical resource.
  • No job or service is so important or urgent that we cannot take time to work safely.
  • All personnel have the right to a safe work place.
  • Every mishap is preventable **Safety is NO Accident**
  • We are accountable for our actions and identifying workplace hazards.
  • We have an obligation to watch out for one another.

 

CONTACT US - Title Contact #
Command Safety Officer (619) 532-4819
Assistant Command Safety Officer (In-House) (619) 532-2844
Assistant Command Safety Officer (Contracts) (619) 532-3223
High Risk Program Manager (619) 532-1688
Safety Technician (619) 532-3420
Program Analyst (619) 532-2847

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