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November 11, 2021 | by PSSRA Administrator |PSSRA News
Thank you to all who participated in the PSSRA Board of Directors Election for 2021. For our MSR members there was no change to the previous Board Members. All MSR members chose to continue forward with their current appointees. The MSR Board Members are: Adam Beck – Vigor Industries Kelly Brown – HII-NNS Nick Gianacakos – GD […]
Would you like offices or logistics space near the Shipyard? The Sun Building: Is a block and a half north of the Burwell gate and 2-3 blocks from the main gate, Has offices for engineers and contractors (from single offices to 9000 sf), and Has light industrial/storage/logistics space (up to 15,000 sf, freight elevator, dock) […]
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 sound the alarm during a casualty could save lives and the ship. Please open the two PDFs for some Important Ship and Fire […]
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 the ship is not a complete loss, it will be out of service for an extended period of time and there will be significant costs associated […]
QESH Meeting Minutes Date and time of meeting: 1:00 PM June 24th, 2020 Place of Meeting: Phone Bridge Bridge Line Call-In Number: 415.655.0001, Participate Pass Code: 133 581 8337 In Attendance: Chris Daskam, HII-TSD, Dave Jack, QED, Webster King, HII-TSD, Mary Vega, QED, Eric Wilmarth , PSNS Ships Safety C304, Mike McKean, PSNS C132, Mark […]
Department Heads and Superintendents, Following the SSBN 743 CO comments on hot work last week at the CO Agenda Items meeting, key members of the Hot Work Functional Area including Code 106.2, Code 304, and Shop 26 met to consider if any additional actions or mitigations should be established to address a persistent trend of […]