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Safety Office

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the MCAS Beaufort Safety Department is to provide a safe and healthy working environment, which supports the war fighter, improves combat readiness and effectiveness, and improves morale and well being for all. The ultimate goal for the department  is to achieve, through rigorous hazard identification and risk assessment practices, a sustainable operational readiness posture, where safety and Operational Risk Management (ORM) are embedded in all day to day operations, tactical planning, and on and off duty recreational activities.  Our risk management policy is designed to promote "shared ownership" of the safety program by all, instead of "forced accountability" by a few.  Because our Safety Program is founded upon shared values and not imposed rules, all Marines, Sailors, civilian employees and contractor staff, who make up the whole of MCAS Beaufort, must accept the responsibility for incorporating safety into each and every operation. 

 

Name Title Phone Email
Ron Lanoie Director of Safety 843-228-7800 ronald.lanoie@usmc.mil
Delroy Tingley Explosive Safety Officer 843-228-7827 delroy.tingley@usmc.mil
Craig Kovacs Safety and Health Specialist 843-228-7804 craig.kovacs@usmc.mil
Mike Giese Safety and Health Specialist 843-228-7858 michael.giese@usmc.mil
Paul Gullick Safety and Health Specialist 843-228-7808 paul.gullick@usmc.mil
Adam Gray Safety and Health Specialist 843-228-6938

adam.gray@usmc.mil

Station Safety NCOIC 843-228-6988
 TitleOwnerCategoryModified DateSize 
ESAMS Powerpoint BriefDavid Adams 12/20/2012653.50 KBDownload
Logging On For The First TimeDavid Adams 12/20/20121.18 MBDownload
Registering for ClassesDavid Adams 2/21/2018387.87 KBDownload