Operations and Management
Fleet and Family Readiness
HSM 51 Change of Command Ceremony
Exceptional Care for Exceptional Family Members
Hidden Challenges at Camp Fuji
Change of Command Ceremony at HSM-77
Built to Scare: Seabees' Mess Hosts Haunted House
Road Tax Collection 2019
Cherry Blossom Viewing
Month of the Military Child Parade 2019
Captain Lloyd B. Mack Interview
Spring Fest 2019
A cake cutting ceremony in NAF Atsugi
An Interview with NAFA's New Command Master Chief, Command Master Chief, Daniel J. Irwin
Your New Financial Manager
AIMD Atsugi Sailor Awarded CPPA of the Year
NAF Atsugi holds WWI armistice centennial ceremony
Made fit to lead: Atsugi Certifies New Command Fitness Leaders
Change of Command Ceremony at HSM-77
Waste Water Treatment Plant Tour
Military Working Dog Training
Laying the Keel: Atsugi Kicks off Sailor 360
NAF Atsugi holds National American Indian Heritage Month ceremony
Terao Elementary School Visit
Friendship Through Sports
7th Fleet Band at Ayase International Festival
NAF Atsugi K9 Teams Conduct Joint Training
NAF Atsugi participates in JMSDF Mochi-Tsuki event
More Than Just Family Photos
An Interview with NAFA's New Executive Officer, Commander David A. Orlosky
In front of the grave of Captain Thomas: The strong bond between JMSDF and USN
NAF Atsugi holds 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb
VCNO & MCPON Visit NAF Atsugi
Women’s History Month
8th Annual Tomodachi Bowl
Retreat from stress: Mini-vacations through CREDO
In fron of the grave of Captain Thomas: The strong bond between JMSDF and USN
Change of Command held at Commander Task Force 72 / Commander Fleet Air Western Pacific

Safety-Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH), POV SOFA Licensing, Explosives Safety

Our Mission:

Naval Air Facility Atsugi Safety-NAVOSH Department supports core mission commands, NAF Atsugi, NSF Atsugi, and CNRJ Atsugi, and provides CNIC Base Operating Support (BOS) supplier safety support services, Occupational Safety and Health (OSH), Recreation and Off Duty Safety (RODS), and traffic safety (including regional motorcycle training support and a first time driver program) programs for Navy and non-Navy eligible receiver (tenant) commands and activities. Beginning with our solid foundations of NAF Atsugi's Mission, Vision, and Guiding Principles, we then accomplish these tasks by applying and exercising the four elements of our Safety and Health Management System (SHMS): Management Leadership and Employee Involvement, Work Site Analysis, Hazard Prevention and Control, and Safety and Health Training.

In addition, the NAF Atsugi Safety-NAVOSH Department provides Privately-Owned Vehicle (POV) USFJ Form 4EJ Operator’s Permit (SOFA license) licensing program services (including new and experienced motorcycle permit and license endorsements and hosts a first time teen and adult driver program) to all SOFA Article I personnel assigned to NAF Atsugi and its tenant commands.

Finally, the NAF Atsugi Safety-NAVOSH Department administers an Explosives Safety Management Program (ESMP) for host, tenant, and visiting activities engaged in and supporting the storage, handling, transportation, and overall management of Arms, Ammunition and Explosives (AA&E). The Explosives Safety Officer (ESO) manages the ESMP.

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Navy Occupational Safety and Health, RODS, Traffic Safety Tips

Navy Region Japan Motorcycle Rider Program basic requirements:

Active duty new and experienced riders ensure immediate contact with their command Motorcycle Safety Representatives (MSR) and supervisors for ESAMS activation and identification as either new or experienced riders as applicable. For DoD SOFA Article I NAF Atsugi permanent party civilian personnel, operation of a government-owned motorcycle for official work purposes requires ESAMS inclusion.
All courses held at Yokohama North Dock. Primary P.O.C. is local command MSR and supervisor. Additionally, please contact the Traffic Safety and Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) SOFA Licensing Office at 264-3910/3983/3794/3112 for further details. Course signup on ESAMS.  

As per regional policy, experienced riders with current stateside license endorsements must attend ERC/BRC-2 training in Japan prior to USFJ Form 4EJ Operator’s Permit SOFA endorsement.

Operation Hours is set as below for the Traffic Safety and POV SOFA Licensing Office, Bldg. #146, Safety-NAVOSH, Explosives Safety.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 08:00 ~ 11:30/12:30 ~ 15:30
Tuesday 08:00 ~ 11:30
Closed Weekends & Holidays
DSN: 264-3794/3983
CML: 0467-63-3794

Contact Us
Safety Department
DSN: 315-264-3112/3678

Mailing Address:

Safety Department, NAF Atsugi
PSC 477 BOX 14
FPO AP 96306

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