The Office of Safety and Environmental Health is dedicated to protecting our people, increasing operational readiness and enhancing the mission effectiveness of all Coast Guard units by:
|SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DIVISIONS|
ALCOAST 212/13 - Operational Risk Management Program Advancements - SITREP TWO (15 May 2013)
ALCOAST 003/13 - Operational Risk Management Program Advancements - SITREP ONE (09 Jan 2013)
ALCOAST 278/12 - FIRE SAFETY, PREVENTION AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE SERVICES MANUAL (SERIES), REVISION
Coast Guard Safety Report - A Five Year Retrospective Review October 2011
Office of Safety and Environmental Health: The Way Ahead
Mission Safety: A Chief's View
Aviation Safety Division (CG-1131)
Responsible for Airframes, Flight Safety Officers, and General Aviation Safety.
Charged with aspects of human health, including quality of life, that are determined by physical, chemical, and biological factors in the environment.
Sector Operational Safety Division (CG-1132)
Focus on mission and safety issues associated with Sector operations and shore-based activities including: aviation ground safety, marine safety & security activities, fire safety, motor vehicle safety, and facility response plans.
Afloat Safety Division
Oversee safety programs on cutters and small boats.
|Fiscal year safety reports|
|Afloat Safety (FY11)||Shore & Sector Operational Safety (FY11)|
|Aviation Safety (FY11)||CG Report to OSHA (FY11)|
|Health, Safety and Work-Life Service Center||Mishap Analysis Investigations, Boards and Reports|
|Human Resources (CG-1) Home||Safety Training presentations|
|Human Research Protection Program||Safety and Environmental Health Training Programs|
|Essential external links|
|Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on-line training|
|Naval Safety Center|
|Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)|
|OSHA training resources|
|Training Quota Management Center (TQC)|
|Travel Risk Planning System (TRiPS)|