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The GAR for animal handling at PIFSC is used to further define risk catgories for each element within the GAR. The naratives in the boxes provide pre-determined risk thresholds that describe the breakpoints when risk level has increased.


Type: Media: Document

The GAR for boat ops at PIFSC is currently a test model, intended to further defines risk categories for each element within the GAR. This approach removes subjectivity during the daily GAR assessment by providing a pre-determined baseline of...

October 19, 2017
Type: Media: Article

Submitted by D. Donahue

Attending: Donahue, Donaldson, Duran, Guberski, Hoggard, VerPlanck, Yoshinaga, McCormick  

Absent: Humphrey, Adler

1. Standing Brief – Incidents / accidents and Inspections– VerPlanck...

October 16, 2017
Type: Media: Document

Editable project instruction template for NOAA ship projects.

NOAA's Gulfstream IV-SP Taking Off from Lakeland Linder Regional Airport
October 5, 2017
Type: Media: Article

NOAA Hurricane Hunters flew around-the-clock to support Hurricane Maria and Irma forecasts. In the wake of the storm, NOAA aircraft and ships are now supporting response efforts.

NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer CAPSTONE Closeout Celebration
October 5, 2017
Type: Media: Image

Cmdr. Eric Johnson, Capt. Todd Bridgeman and Capt. Robert Kamphaus in front of NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer at the University of Hawaii Pier in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Five divers on a boat
September 12, 2017
Type: Media: Image

Divers aboard the Research Vessel Storm during the task loading workshop at the 2017 American Academy of Underwater Sciences. From left to right: NOAA Diver Ray Boland, Live Wheeler (University of Hawai'i's Assistant Diving Safety Officer), NOAA Diver John Bright, National Park Service Diver Allison Holdhusen, and Eric Castillo (University of Southern California's Diving Safety Officer).

Aerial view of a diving tank
September 13, 2017
Type: Media: Image

The diving tank at Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary during the 2017 American Academy of Underwater Sciences Symposium.

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