SAFETY OFFICE
Fort Myer, Virginia


MISSION:

Responsible for the reduction of accidental loss of manpower and other resources by providing a safe and healthful working, living, and recreational environment for all Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Civilians, partners, residents, guests and visitors in accordance with AR 385-10 (Army Safety Program).

Serve as the senior advisor to the Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall Garrison Commander and staff for all policies and procedures relating to Safety and Occupational Health.

Develop and execute the Army Safety Program.

HOURS OF OPERATION
0700-1630 Monday - Friday

LOCATION
Bldg 59 Room 217

Phone Numbers/Contact Information
Safety Manager/Chief (703) 696-0828
Safety Office - Main (703) 696-6996
Safety Specialist (703) 696-6997
Industrial Hygienist (703) 696-3304























































































































     

Safety Grams:

Using Fireworks Safely

Safety Tips for the Summer Holidays

Avoiding Heat Illness

Army Summer Safety Campaign Underway

Knowledge Newsletter

Motorcycle Safety Awareness

Ladder Safety

Tips to Help You Safely Deck Your Halls

Winter Fire Safety

What to do when it's C-C-Cold

Don't Fall for Slipping and Tripping Hazards

Halloween Party Safety

Read and Heed Chemical Information

Find Furtive Fire Hazards

Protecting Yourself Online

MSDSSEARCH National Repository

Leaders Guide to Civilian Safety

Clutter Causes Casualties

Civilian Employees: Safe and Secure

Memorial Day Safety Letter

Share the Road

Check These Shocking Facts

Stay Healthy to do your Job Safe and Well

Spring Cleaning

Stack 'em, Rack 'em, Chock 'em, Block 'em

Super Bowl Safety

Control Your Wheels in Any Weather

Thanksgiving Safety

Falls from Ladders

Halloween Safety Tips

Fire Prevention Tips for the Workplace

Autumn Safety Tips

Pedestrian Safety Tips

Tips for Making Your Section Safe

Take Care of Your PPE

Clutter Causes Casualties

Binge Drinking

When You're Hot, You're Hot

Driver Distractions - They're Everywhere

Share the Road

Driven to Distraction

Cold Conditions Demand Worker Awareness, Precautions

Stopping the Spread of Germs at Work

Home Heating Safety Tips

Safety Resolutions

Holiday Decorating Tips

Winter Weather Driving Tips

Tips for Working in Cold Weather

Back Injuries are Painful

Take Responsibility For Your Own Safety

Fire Safety

Find Time for Fitness

Are You a Safe Driver?

Heat Illness Can Be Fatal

Inhalation Hazards

Heat Wave Safety Tips

Flood Emergency Safety

Are You A Defensive Driver?

Safety Tips for Traveling To and From School

Keeping children and pets safe in vehicles during summer heat

Your Hands - Handle With Care

Safety tips for the Summer Holidays

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness

Other Safety Messages/Links

Mass Transit Suspicious Behavior Awareness Poster/Card

Fried Turkey Safety Video
(external link)

Vehicle Safety Video

Designated Driver Tips
(external link)

Winter Driving Tips
(external link)

Home Heating Hazards
(external link)

National Safety Month/Summer Safety Message

POV and motorcycle safety tips
(external link)

Bogus tourniquets could endanger lives in combat

IMCOM Pedestrian Safety Gram

Personally Owned Weapons Safety (external link)

 


   Types of Services

    Safety and Occupational Health

    Transportation Safety

    Accident and Injury Prevention

    Awards and Promotion Campaign

    Explosive Safety

    Risk Management

    Hazard Communication

    Industrial Hygiene

    Collateral Duty

    Site Inspections

    Safety and Occupational Health Training

    Industrial Hygiene Program

    Hearing Conservation

    Indoor Air Quality

    Water Quality

    Ventilation Evaluations

    Chemical Inventories

    Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)

    Noise Evaluations

    Air Sampling

    Bulk Sampling (Paint, Asbestos, Mold, Etc.)

    Respiratory Fitness Protection