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NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Earns Safety Award
September 15, 2010

According to information made available from Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic was awarded the Secretary of the Navy 2010 Safety Excellence Award in the Ashore, Industrial Category C category in ALNAV 060/10, released Sept. 8th to all Navy and Marine Corps personnel.

NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic is responsible for the public works support, planning, design, and construction of shore facilities for the U.S. Navy from Maine to North Carolina.

Earlier this year the command was awarded the Chief of Naval Operations Shore Safety Award, making the command eligible to compete for this latest honor.

According to Steven Geiger, NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic safety officer, safety starts with getting every one of the command’s 3,500 employees involved with safety. He added that a series of contractor safety forums this year have extended the command’s safety culture to the construction contractors that perform work on military installations.

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