NASSCO is committed to conducting all operations in a manner that safeguards the health and safety of employees, contractors, and the public while preventing pollution and protecting the environment. Because many shipyard activities have the potential to impact the environment, NASSCO has established specific requirements and procedures for contractors, team members, and third parties to help minimize these impacts.
STEP 1: READ NASSCO’S NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS FOR NASSCO CONTRACTORS
All Contractors proposing to conduct work for NASSCO are required to read NASSCO’s Notice of Environmental Requirements for All Contractors. This document contains information about the environmental policies and procedures that contractors are required to follow when working for NASSCO.
Any contractor, team member, or third party that will be working inside NASSCO’s San Diego Shipyard, or at any other NASSCO San Diego Location (Tidelands, Otay, Mission Valley, etc.) is also required to read the Notice of Environmental Requirements for Contractors and Team Members Working at NASSCO San Diego Facilities.
STEP 2: SUBMIT THE ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENT REVIEW CHECKLIST AND CERTIFICATION
Each Contractor, Team Member, and Third Party requesting access must submit a completed and signed copy of the Environmental Requirement Review Checklist and Certification form. Each separate company or entity must submit one completed checklist prior to first beginning work.
Return a copy of the completed checklist to NASSCO by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
STEP 3: REQUEST AUTHORIZATION TO PERFORM ACTIVITIES WITH POTENTIAL TO IMPACT THE ENVIRONMENT
FOR NASSCO SAN DIEGO FACILITIES ONLY!
The Notice of Environmental Requirements identifies certain shipyard activities that have been identified as having the potential to impact the environment or that have environmental permit or reporting requirements. NASSCO has developed activity specific Environmental Instructions to help familiarize outside entities with these requirements. Each Contractor, Team Member, and Third Party proposing to perform any of these activities at any NASSCO San Diego Facility is required to follow the applicable procedure(s) when working at NASSCO. Additionally, any , any entity proposing to conduct one or more of these activities shall apply for and obtain authorization from NASSCO’s Environmental Engineering Department before starting work using the Environmental Request Forms listed in the following table.
Return the completed authorization request forms to NASSCO by e-mail email@example.com or by fax to 619-744-1088. If approved, a signed copy of the authorization form will be returned to you to document the approval.
For additional information regarding NASSCO environmental policies and procedures, please call 619-544-7506.
Activities Requiring Authorization by NASSCO Environmental Engineering Department
STEP 4: SUBMIT MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS TO NASSCO’s SAFETY DEPARTMENT
A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must be submitted to NASSCO’s Safety Department for review before bringing any chemical product or hazardous material into any NASSCO facility. Examples of such products include paints, oils, solvents, adhesives, abrasive grit, cleaners, caulking, weld rod, and other chemical products. These materials may not be brought into any NASSCO facility without first being approved by the Safety Department. For more information about this requirement, contact NASSCO’s Safety Department at 619-544-8444.