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The FY20 - FY23 most recent published workload forecast from CNRMC is attached. Data contained in this report reflects the Navy Program of records as of 01 July 2020
Fire, Flooding, and Toxic Gas are all
hazards that ships experience during industrial availabilities.
Knowing your prevention role and how to contact the Casualty Control Station (CASCON), DC Central, or Quarterdeck and
In the words of Captain Ray Orellano, Deputy Commander NWRM: Hot Work Safety is of urgent importance, especially in light of the fire on USS BONHOMME RICHARD in San Diego. Although
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