NAVFAC Southwest Safety

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.

 

NAVFAC Southwest Safety Points of Contact  
Command Safety Officer (619) 705-4420
Assistant Command Safety Officer (In-House) (619) 705-4421
Assistant Command Safety Officer (Contracts) (619) 705-4417
High Risk Program Manager (619) 705-4415
Safety Technician (619) 705-4411
Program Analyst (805) 982-3547 

NAVFAC Safety & Health Handbook (P-1300)

NAVFAC is committed to create a safety culture that emphasizes every individual's responsibility to ensure a safe workplace for themselves and their co-workers. Only through leadership commitment, open communication, and establishing the proper command climate can NAVFAC's safety goals become realized.

NAVFAC's Strategic Plan for 2008-2014 included safety as one of NAVFAC's major strategic imperatives. As Rear Adm. Greg Shear stated in his memorandum for Public Works Officers, OICCs and ROICCs on Sept. 28, 2009, Every NAVFAC activity will be performed safely. To reinforce this core principle, leadership will be intrusively involved, permeating every facet of our operations, such that a culture of safety is embraced by all who are associated with NAVFAC.

From the Performance (PF) Focus Area section beginning on page 16:

"The speed, quality and cost effectiveness of our performance directly affects the readiness and capabilities of the Navy and Marine Corps. We improve processes, simplify management, and deliver products and services on-target with safety as our first priority. PF.1 Safety Goal: Align our efforts to embed safety awareness and accountability as a team mind-set driving mishap rates toward zero..."


Safety Culture Video - NAVFAC Southwest Employee Driver Safety Culture chairperson, hosts a Cultural Safety Training session.
An Excellent Day - STOP ME Video
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