Port of San Diego Ship Repair Association - SH-20859-10

Safety & Health Management Systems

Grantee Name: Port of San Diego Ship Repair Association Grant Number: SH-20859-10 Grant Year: 2010

The grantee implemented a Shipyard Training Center to support ongoing safety training for small shipyard sub-contractors at the four Master Ship Repair yards in the San Diego area. Training centered around safe shipyard practices and topics included achieving a company safety culture and the role of the supervisor in safety. Training materials consist of two PowerPoint presentations.

Safe Shipyard Practices

Title Language Length Format File Size
Safe Shipyard Practices
Achieving a Total Safety Culture
English
32 slides
PPT 530.50 KB
The Supervisor's Role in Safety
English
32 slides
PPT 1.14 MB

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