safety Archive

  • By Rear Adm. John Kirby  U.S. Navy Chief of Information Today, U.S. Fleet Forces and U.S. Pacific Fleet announced a three-phased approach the Navy is taking to change the type […]

    Navy Announces Plan to Improve Sailors’ Uniform Safety

    By Rear Adm. John Kirby  U.S. Navy Chief of Information Today, U.S. Fleet Forces and U.S. Pacific Fleet announced a three-phased approach the Navy is taking to change the type […]

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  • We asked for your questions on Jan. 24 about the use of alcohol detection devices as a new tool for commanders to use in their efforts to reduce irresponsible use of alcohol. […]

    5@5 Alcohol Detection Devices

    We asked for your questions on Jan. 24 about the use of alcohol detection devices as a new tool for commanders to use in their efforts to reduce irresponsible use of alcohol. […]

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  •   While the vast majority of Sailors who do consume alcohol do so responsibly, the Navy has now given its commanders a new tool to use in their efforts to […]

    Navy Announces New Tool to Educate Sailors About Responsible Alcohol Use

      While the vast majority of Sailors who do consume alcohol do so responsibly, the Navy has now given its commanders a new tool to use in their efforts to […]

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  • When the NWU’s lack of flame resistance recently came to light, the Navy committed to establishing a working group to fully investigate future uniform requirements. Today, the Navy formally established […]

    Update on Navy Working Uniforms

    When the NWU’s lack of flame resistance recently came to light, the Navy committed to establishing a working group to fully investigate future uniform requirements. Today, the Navy formally established […]

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  • Last week the Navy announced the results of an Oct. 15, 2012 impromptu test by the Navy clothing textile research facility in Natick, Ma. These results reinforced the fact that the […]

    Navy Working Uniforms Questions and Answers

    Last week the Navy announced the results of an Oct. 15, 2012 impromptu test by the Navy clothing textile research facility in Natick, Ma. These results reinforced the fact that the […]

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  • “What you do every single day in your professional life is dangerous enough, and we don’t want to lose Sailors or Marines in their off-duty hours. While the trends are […]

    Safety for the 21st Century Sailor and Marine

    “What you do every single day in your professional life is dangerous enough, and we don’t want to lose Sailors or Marines in their off-duty hours. While the trends are […]

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  • Brisket, barbecue chicken, hickory-smoked salmon… whatever you crave on the grill, chances are Memorial Day weekend is when you (if not already) will make a go at creating it (for […]

    Grilling: Sailors, Friends, Family… Be Aware

    Brisket, barbecue chicken, hickory-smoked salmon… whatever you crave on the grill, chances are Memorial Day weekend is when you (if not already) will make a go at creating it (for […]

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  • This blog post introduces, “21st Century Sailor and Marine,” a Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus-initiative designed to consolidate a set of objectives – new and existing – to maximize […]

    21st Century Sailor and Marine in Detail

    This blog post introduces, “21st Century Sailor and Marine,” a Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus-initiative designed to consolidate a set of objectives – new and existing – to maximize […]

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  • This blog post comes from Derek Nelson from the Naval Safety Center who asks – and answers – the question, “is it better to know more than you’ve forgotten?” This “safety guy” […]

    Biting Off More Than You Can Chew

    This blog post comes from Derek Nelson from the Naval Safety Center who asks – and answers – the question, “is it better to know more than you’ve forgotten?” This “safety guy” […]

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  • Derek Nelson (pictured to the left in the middle of a high-end mud “treatment”) has worked at the Naval Safety Center “forever” and, contrary to what you might think from […]

    The “S” Word

    Derek Nelson (pictured to the left in the middle of a high-end mud “treatment”) has worked at the Naval Safety Center “forever” and, contrary to what you might think from […]

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