Welcome to the Response Directorate Safety Pages
Safety is Priority One
Safety should always be a key focus of every mission whether it be on water, in the air, standing a communications watch, or just manning a booth or attending a meeting. Safety of the crew, as well as the general public, should always be considered a top priority. You can't help if you are injured and in helping you certainly do not want to make things worse. This section of our site will give you safety guidance, suggestions, recommendations, and best practices from each of our Divisions.
Use the links below to or in the left navigation bar to see safety tips from our Divisions.
If you have safety tips please forward them to the respective Division chief so we can get the word out on safety.
Surface Operations - Jim McCarty
Telecommunications - Gary Young
AUXAIR - Jenny Stack
Surface Mishap Data, CG Safety and Work Life Center
The Chief Director of Auxiliary office has recently released Auxiliary Surface Operations mishap data covering the years 2006 to 2016 inclusive; the source of this data is the CG Safety and Work-life Service Center in Norfolk, VA.
This data should be used to augment the Response Directorate’s Mishap Analysis report issued in May of 2014, and the Supplemental Report issued in Sept. 2015. These reports are found on the response Directorate Safety Best practices button on the left side of the Directorate site.
Please ensure that this data, and the Response Directorate data is used to develop training needs analyses pertaining to your District, Divisions and Flotillas.
Local mishap analysis should inform and support local operations Workshops, training and safety discussions throughout your AOR.