The U.S. Naval Base Guam Safety Office manages the Navy's Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH), Traffic Safety, Recreational and Off-Duty Safety, and the Explosives Safety Programs. Services provided include mishap prevention marketing and education, annual inspections, identification of workplace hazards, and employee reports of hazards, and mishap investigation and reporting. The office also provides educational and on-site consultations for sight & hearing conservation, personal protective equipment, confined space entry, respiratory protection, and indoor air quality for all military personnel, their dependents, and civilian employees. The Installation Safety Council is chaired by the Installation Commander and meets quarterly to pass information and discuss safety concerns of Naval Base Guam personnel.
The Safety Office is also publishes a quarterly calendar of occupational and traffic safety training, including Motorcycle Safety courses required for active duty personnel, and the AAA Driver Improvement Program for traffic offenders. The calendar and course registration are available through the Enterprise Safety Applications Management System (ESAMS).
The Safety Department is located in Bldg 4175C at the Santa Rita Business Center (near the Apra Heights housing area), and can be reached at (671)339-SAFE (7233) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Collateral Duty Safety Officer Training
ESAMS General Users and Supervisors Training
Respirator User Training and Fit Testing
Fall Protection Training
Confined Space Operations
CPR, AED, First Aid (Operational requirements only)
AAA Driver Improvement Program (DIP) (Traffic Offenders)
All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Rider Course (Operational use only)
Motorcycle Safety Foundation Courses
- Basic Rider Course (BRC) I & II
- Advanced Rider Course (ARC)
- Military Sport Bike Rider Course (MSRC)