CMC Safety Division


CMC Safety Division

Occupational Safety & Health

The Marine Corps Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) program supports Marine Warriors and civilians in operational and off-duty readiness wherever they train, live and work. The OSH Branch applies professional knowledge, experience, risk management, trend analysis, and lessons learned to build policies that maximize Warrior and Resource Preservation.

About Industrial Safety
Industrial Safety involves the protection of personnel through control of the work environment to reduce or eliminate hazards in operating methods and practices, and by communicating mishap-prevention information to all personnel.

 Branch Head


 SOH Manager


 Traffic Safety


 Industrial Hygenist


OSH Program Resources
Marine Corps Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Policy Order and NAVMC Dir 5100.8 (Marine Corps Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Program Manual) are available online from Marine Corps Publications Electronic Library - This document replaces the P5100.8F.

Traffic Safety

Safety Division doesn't make drivers, we make drivers better...

It's SD's goal to provide the most current training available to the Marine Corps.  Private Motor Vehicle fatalaties are still a leading killer among Marines.  The goal of CMC Safety Division is to provide the best and most up to date drivers training.  Each installation has their own Traffic Safety Office where Marines can recieve training and information. 

Traffic Safety Order: MCO 5100.19F

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Fall Protection Safety
As of August 2013, the Department of the Navy released its 2013 edition of the Fall Protection Guide for Shore Facilities. This expansive reference features resources to educate military personnel on the dangers of falls from height, and to protect all members of the Navy and Marine Corps from such threats.

Medical Surveillance
The Marine Corps Medical Surveillance Working Group is pleased to offer the 2013 Marine Corps Safety and Supervisor's Guide to Medical Surveillance. The first edition of this publication serves as a reference point for commanders, supervisors, safety officers, and Medical Department Representatives regarding medical surveillance, policy, roles/responsibilities, and management practices. By establishing proper Medical Surveillance, responsible personnel are able to identify and negate threats from hazardous substances and conditions. This comprehensive guide is available here.