Topic: Navy Safety Awards

Chief of Navy Safety and Environment Awards

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Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO, RAN, left, with the winners of the 2020 Chief of Navy Safety and Environment Awards. From second left: Lieutenant Commander Jace Hutchison, RAN, on behalf of HMAS Adelaide (Early Intervention Award); Leading Seaman Brad Reynolds (Commander Dave Allen Award for Safety Excellence); Captain Jason Spears, RAN, on behalf of Amphibious Combat Sealift Systems Project Office (Prevention Award); and Commodore Braddon Wheeler, RAN, on behalf of Fleet Command (Environmental Management Award). (photo: POIS Bradley Darvill)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO, RAN, left, with the winners of the 2020 Chief of Navy Safety and Environment Awards. From second left: Lieutenant Commander Jace Hutchison, RAN, on behalf of HMAS Adelaide (Early Intervention Award); Leading Seaman Brad Reynolds (Commander Dave Allen Award for Safety Excellence); Captain Jason Spears, RAN, on behalf of Amphibious Combat Sealift Systems Project Office (Prevention Award); and Commodore Braddon Wheeler, RAN, on behalf of Fleet Command (Environmental Management Award).

Rather than bringing in contractors, erecting scaffolding and waiting days for roof inspections at HMAS Penguin, Leading Seaman Boatswains Mate Bradley Reynolds had other ideas.

Chief of Navy presents Awards for Safety Excellence 2018

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HMAS Success Commendation recipients Leading Seaman Stephanie Hourigan (left), Leading Seaman Joshua Allport (2nd right) and Lieutenant Matthew White (right) with Chief of Navy Australia, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO, RAN, after the Chief of Navy Awards for Safety Excellence ceremony held at Russell Offices, Canberra. (photo: LSIS James McDougall)

HMAS Success Commendation recipients Leading Seaman Stephanie Hourigan (left), Leading Seaman Joshua Allport (2nd right) and Lieutenant Matthew White (right) with Chief of Navy Australia, Vice Admiral Michael Noonan, AO, RAN, after the Chief of Navy Awards for Safety Excellence ceremony held at Russell Offices, Canberra.

Vice Admiral Mike Noonan has presented The 2018 Chief of Navy Awards for Safety Excellence in a ceremony conducted in Canberra.

Initiative brings rewards in Navy Safety Awards

Published on by LEUT Gary McHugh (author), LSIS Bradley Darvill (photographer)

A team from Training Authority - Submarines (TA-SM), from left, Training Systems Development Consultant Mr Keith Robinson; Director TA-SM, CMDR Dylan Findlater, RAN; Training Manager TA-SM, CMDR Gavin Reeves, RAN; Platform Systems Training Equipment Manager, Mr Brian Graves; and Platform Instructor Auxiliaries/Weapons, Mr Anthony Masters, were awarded the Category Three Navy Safety Award for the Submerged Signal Ejector Training Rig. (photo: LSIS Bradley Darvill)

A team from Training Authority - Submarines (TA-SM), from left, Training Systems Development Consultant Mr Keith Robinson; Director TA-SM, CMDR Dylan Findlater, RAN; Training Manager TA-SM, CMDR Gavin Reeves, RAN; Platform Systems Training Equipment Manager, Mr Brian Graves; and Platform Instructor Auxiliaries/Weapons, Mr Anthony Masters, were awarded the Category Three Navy Safety Award for the Submerged Signal Ejector Training Rig.

Training Authority - Submarines was recently recognised in the 2016 Navy Safety Awards.

Being rewarded for playing it safe

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Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, AO, CSC, RAN, with the recipients of the Safety Excellence Awards outside the Royal Australian Navy Heritage Centre at Garden Island, Sydney.  (photo: ABCSO Steven Thomson)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, AO, CSC, RAN, with the recipients of the Safety Excellence Awards outside the Royal Australian Navy Heritage Centre at Garden Island, Sydney.

HMAS Harman, 723 Squadron, the Submarine Force and HMAS Success were among the winners at the 11th Navy Safety awards held at the Royal Australian Heritage Centre, Garden Island, Sydney, in late October.

HMAS Darwin receives 2014 Navy Safety Award for safe narcotics disposal system

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Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett AO, CSC, RAN (centre), presents a Navy Safety Award to HMAS Darwin, received by Executive Officer HMAS Darwin Lieutenant Commander James Lawless (left) and Chief Petty Officer Anthony Walsh at the Navy Heritage Centre, Garden Island, Sydney.  (photo: ABIS Richard Cordell)

Chief of Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett AO, CSC, RAN (centre), presents a Navy Safety Award to HMAS Darwin, received by Executive Officer HMAS Darwin Lieutenant Commander James Lawless (left) and Chief Petty Officer Anthony Walsh at the Navy Heritage Centre, Garden Island, Sydney.

Chief of Navy Vice Admiral Tim Barrett recently presented the 2014 Navy Safety Awards to 11 individuals and ships at the Royal Australian Navy Heritage Centre in Sydney. One of the top awards went to HMAS Darwin which found a way to safely dispose of the large quantities of seized illegal narcotics.