CNIC has selected one safety management software program across its enterprise for Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) data management of mishap reports, training, direct and indirect costs, medical surveillance, hazard analysis, etc.
Per RADM Christopher Weaver, CNIC HQ “All CNIC commands and all tenant commands receiving BOS Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) services from CNIC regions shall implement and use ESAMS. An ESAMS implementation/training schedule has been provided to all CNIC regions. In order to expedite the implementation process and ensure the continued success of ESAMS, each region shall assign an ESAMS coordinator and as a minimum, one alternate. Also, CNIC Fire and Emergency Services (F&ES) have selected ESAMS to manage their F&ES program. Successful implementation of ESAMS will require support from Regional/Ins 18A6 tallation Commanders”.
ESAMS provides a secure NMCI compliant web-based means to manage all facets of the Navy’s safety and health programs. ESAMS will enable CNIC to fully comply with all current OSHA and OSH standards, and provides real time data for headquarters and command level personnel allowing them to make informed decisions based on current data and metrics.
Training classes for CNIC supervisors have been held. Requests for additional training classes for Supervisors and Safety Staff of Commands receiving OSH BOS services should be directed to the Navy Region Mid-Atlantic Public Safety Office at (757) 444-6304.
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