Naval Safety Center Story Archive

Tips to Manage Risk During Columbus Day Weekend  (6 October 2011)
The Naval Safety Center urged Sailors and Marines to have fun but remain vigilant during the Columbus Day holiday.
Holiday Shopping Safety Tips from NAVSAFECEN  (7 December 2011)
The holiday shopping season is in full swing, which provides would-be pickpockets and thieves an opportunity to prey upon unsuspecting Sailors and their families.
VR-59 Passes Milestone of 150,000 Class A Mishap-Free Hours  (10 December 2011)
Boeing Global Transport and Executive Systems (GTES) presented a trophy to Fleet Logistics Support Squadron (VR) 59 after the squadron passed a major safety milestone as it recorded 150,000 class A mishap-free hours of flight Dec. 1.
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over  (15 December 2011)
A nationwide crackdown on impaired driving led by the Department of Transportation is timed to reduce the number of alcohol-related motor vehicle crashes during the holiday season.
NAVSAFECEN Advice to Fatigued Drivers: Get a Room!  (22 December 2011)
The Naval Safety Center reminded Sailors and Marines Dec. 22 about the dangers of driving fatigued, and how to avoid it.
Combating Complacency in the New Year  (12 January 2012)
The Naval Safety Center reminds Sailors to remain vigiliant as they return to work after a long holiday season when many commands were on reduced work schedules.
NSC Offers Winter Safety Tips  (25 January 2012)
Much of the continental U.S. has experienced a milder than average winter, but that's no reason to get complacent. The month of February often packs a big winter punch, and it's not too late to prepare. The Naval Safety Center (NAVSAFECEN) offers tips to help Sailors and their families get ready
Motor Vehicle Safety is a Top Priority for NAVSAFECEN  (8 February 2012)
The Naval Safety Center (NAVSAFECEN) offers resources to help manage driving risks.
Safety Tips for Sailors with Spring Fever  (9 March 2012)
The Naval Safety Center (NAVSAFECEN) offers tips for Sailors in advance of spring vacations.
20th Annual Safety PDC Opens  (13 March 2012)
The 20th Annual Safety Professional Development Conference (PDC) kicked off March 12.
Naval Safety Center Raises Motorcycle Safety Awareness  (4 April 2012)
More than 200 service members attended a motorcycle safety symposium discussing the current training climate of the military safety programs on Naval Air Station North Island, April 4.
Prepare Now for Hurricane Season  (4 June 2012)
June marks the start of the Atlantic hurricane season and the time to prepare is now, before the season heats up, according to the commander of the Naval Safety Center.
Sailors, Marines Have New Safety Advocate  (16 July 2012)
In a Change of Charge ceremony at the Naval Safety Center July 6, Command Master Chief (AW/SW) Susan Whitman took over for Command Master Chief (AW/SW) Dominick Torchia as the enlisted liaison to Rear Adm. Brian Prindle, Commander, and as the go-to safety advisor for all Sailors and Marines/
Southeast Region Makes Motorcycle Safety a Priority  (19 July 2012)
Navy Region Southeast has made great strides in getting motorcycle riders into the appropriate training courses that are proven life-savers, including the Basic Rider Course, Military Sportbike Rider Course, and Experienced Rider Course.
VAW-112 Goes 1,000 DUI-Free Days  (2 August 2012)
The Golden Hawks of Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron-112 (VAW-112), based in Point Mugu, Calif., crossed a major milestone July 24, when they achieved 1,000 days without anyone cited for driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol.

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