Marines


Center Safety
Mission Assurance

Center Safety

Mission
To assist commanders in providing employees with a workplace free of recognized hazards, thereby achieving the highest possible state of mission readiness through the effective prevention of mishaps.

Through mission support and education Safety Division will provide appropriate levels of training and professional guidance enhancing leadership’s decision making processes for identifying hazards by reducing or ultimately eliminating the risk inherent to mishaps associated with injuries and/or death.

ACCIDENTS ARE AN UNACCEPTABLE RISK TO MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT


Confined Spaces
Date: 7/17/2012
The Marine Corps is required to have a confined space entry program (non-maritime). Numerous confined spaces can be found aboard Marine Corps installations or units. Examples of such spaces include storage tanks, pits, boilers, portable water tanks (including bulls), fuel cells, ditches, sewers, utility vaults, tunnels, and manholes. The following characteristics define a confined space:

1. Not designed for routine human occupancy
2. Large enough for bodily entry
3. Has restricted access or exit

If there is a doubt of whether a location is a confined space or not, please contact this office at phone number
(760) 830-8467 or DSN 230-8467

Contacts

Center Safety
(760) 830-6154

Manager
(760) 830-8465

Deputy Director

(760) 830-5178

Radiology/Laser
(760) 830-8466

Confined Space/Respiratory Protection
(760) 830-8467

Occupational Safety & Health
(760) 830-3779/4232

Explosive Safety
(760) 830-8464

Motor Vehicle Safety
(760) 830-6154

Tactical Safety
(760) 830-7262

 

Hours of Operation 

0600-1630

Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms