CMC Safety Division


CMC Safety Division

Promoting Safety Awareness One Marine at a Time

To enhance the Marine Corps’ consistent posture of combat readiness by ensuring risk management principles are incorporated in all of our efforts in order to effect a positive behavioral and cultural change across the Marine Corps.
A Marine Corps culture where risk management and force preservation principles are integral to mission execution, residing at all levels of the Corps, from the most junior Private up to the Commandant.
Combatting the Blue Threat

New edition, "To Report or Not to Report," now available below.


 TitleModified DateSize Description
To Report or Not to Report8/29/20182.26 MBDownloadEdition 4
Risk Management 5-4-38/3/20182.16 MBDownloadEdition 3
Building Block Approach to Training8/3/20181.34 MBDownloadEdition 2
What is the Blue Threat?8/3/20181.20 MBDownloadEdition 1
Aviation Mishap Drill
Marine Aircraft Group (MAG) 31 from Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort conducts pilot rescue drills in the Ocean around Beaufort, SC.

Director 703-604-4361
Deputy Director 703-604-4173
Admin Branch Head (EA) 703-604-4367
Aviation Branch Head 703-604-4149
Ground Branch Head 703-604-4172
SOH Branch Head 703-604-4169
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Task Force Spartan Soldiers strike with Javelins during Bright Star 18
Soldiers from Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 155th Infantry Regiment, 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team, Task Force Spartan, strike at targets during the Bright Star 18 Combined Arms Live Fire Exercise on September 19, 2018. The CALFEX combined the U.S. and Egyptians forces in a live fire scenario to display their cooperation and communication to move across the field and engage different targets.
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