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The Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton Safety Center's mission is to promote the combat readiness of operating forces by providing safety support services. Our goals are to train all Marine Corps Base commands and organizations in occupational safety and health; mishap reduction and Federal Employees' Compensation Act costs through an aggressive safety program, and to exceed the reduction goals set by the Secretary of Defense, and Headquarters Marine Corps Safety Division. Our customers are Base personnel, the operating forces, extended Marine Families, tenant commands, and occasional Reserve components.

For non-emergency reporting, please call(760) 763-SAFE

or email us at:

(Please be advised, our office is closed on weekends and holidays. Please allow up to 48 hours for a response from our Installation Safety Team)

If you have an emergency, call 911. The following steps are recommended:

1. Evacuate your facility (if necessary)
2. Contact your Command Safety Representative (see below)
3. Contact you Area Facility Manager
4. Contact other agencies e.g.
    a. Domestic Animal Control (760) 725-8120
    b. CLEO Office (Game Warden) (760) 725-4637
    c. General Facilities (760) 725-4683
    d. Hazardous Waste Team FMSD (760) 542-5758

Major Subordinate Commands

1st Marine Division (760) 725-0035

1st Marine Logistics Group (760) 725-6434

1 MEF Information Group (760) 725-5549

3D Marine Aircraft Wing (858) 307-7308

Edson Range (760) 763-7093

Headquarters & Support Battalion (760) 725-5987

Marine Corps Air Station Camp Pendleton (760)725-8020

Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton (760) 719-4138

School of Infantry-West (760) 725-7888

Security Emergency Services Battalion (760) 805-7278

Wounded Warrior Battalion (760) 470-2062

For safety related questions please call: (760) 763-SAFE

Or email us:

For training questions and course nominations please email:


SharePoint (CAC access required)


Our staff and contact information:

Deputy Director (760) 763-7327
Ground Safety Manager (760) 725-7326
Explosives Safety Supervisor (760) 763-4817
OSH Supervisor (760) 763-2366
Traffic Safety Manager (760) 763-5070
SNCOIC (760) 763-6410
Electrical Safety / Lockout-Tagout (760) 763-2336
Fall Protection / Respiratory Protection / Confined Space (760) 763-2366
Lead / Asbestos (760) 763-2367
Mishap Investigation / OSHA (760) 763-5326
Motorcycle Training Site Coordinator (760) 725-2897
Radiation (760) 763-0254
RMI / Hazardous Materials (760) 763-5334



CMC Safety Division (USMC)

National Safety Coucil (NSC)

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

Safety News and Articles (EHS)

Safety News and Articles (OHS)

Safety News and Articles (ASSP)



ATV Safety – Download Here

Electrical Safety – Download Here

Fire Safety (OSHA) – Download Here

Forklift Carbon Monoxide – Download Here

Holiday NFPA Winter Safety - Download Here

Holiday Winter Electrical Safety - Download Here

Holiday Winter Ladder Safety - Download Here

Knife Safety – Download Here

Lead Awareness – Download Here

Motorcycle Fatality Lessons Learned – Download Here

Space Heater Safety – Download Here

Surfing Safety – Download Here

Supervisor Safety Training PPT - Download Here

Trenching and Excavation Safety (OSHA) – Download Here

Welding, Cutting, Brazing Safety – Download Here



**Safety Program Self-Inspection Checklist** – Download Here

**Facility Fire-Safety Inspection Checklist – Download Here

Daily Forklift Inspection – Download Here

Electric Forklift Inspection – Download Here

Propane Forklift Inspection – Download Here

Industrial Safety Checklists – Download Here

Ladder Inspection Checklist - Download Here

Machine Safeguarding Checklist (OSHA) – Download Here

OSHA Comprehensive Safety Checklists – Download Here

Pallet Jack Inspection Checklist - Download Here

PPE Survey / Hazard Assessment Checklist – Download Here

DODI 6055.01 – DoD Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Program

NAVMC DIR 5100.8 - Marine Corps Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Program Manual 2006

OPNAV M-5100.23 - Navy Safety and Occupational Health Manual

MCO 5100.29C Volume 1 (Marine Corps Safety Management System Overview)

MCO 5100.29C Volume 2 (Risk Management)

MCO 5100.29C Volume 3 (Marine Corps Traffic Safety Program)

MCO 5100.29C Volume 4 (Marine Corps Aviation Safety)

MCO 5100.29C Volume 5 (Recreation and Off Duty Program)

MCO 5100.29C Volume 6 (Safety and Occupational Health)

MCO 5100.29C Volume 7 (Marine Corps Radiation Safety Program)

MCO 5100.29C Volume 8 (Explosives Safety Management System)

MCO 5100.29C Volume 9 (Navy and Marine Corps Safety Investigation and Reporting Manual)

MCO 11000.11A - Marine Corps Fire Protection and Emergency Services Program

MCO 5100.8 - Marine Corps Occupational Safety and health (OSH) Policy Order 2006

MCO 3570.1C - Marine Corps Order on Range Safety 2012

MCO P1710.30E - Marine Corps Children, Youth, and Teen Programs

MCIWEST-MCB CAMPENO 5100.5A - Regional Safety Awards Program

MCIWEST-MCB CAMPENO 5100.2A – MCB CAMPEN Safety Awards Program

MCIWEST-MCB CAMPENO 11320.13A – MCB Camp Pendleton Fire Protection Regulations and Instructions 2021

MCIWEST-MCB CAMPEN ORDER 6200.4 - MCB CAMPEN Heat Injury Prevention Program

MCO 5104.1C - Navy Laser Hazards Control Program 2008

MCO 3570.1C - Marine Corps Order on Range Safety 2012

DODI 6055.7 - Department of Defense Mishap, Investigation, Reporting, and Record keeping 2011

 DA PAM 385-63 - Department of Army Range Safety 2014

MCO 10330.2D - Storage and Handling of Liquefied and Gaseous Compressed Gasses and Their Full and Empty Cylinders

OSHA Fact Sheet on Bloodborne Pathogens

OSHA Resource Page

Sample Exposure Control Plan

NAVMC 5100.8 Chapter 20  - Marine Corps Bloodborne Pathogens Program

What you need to know:
Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Needlesticks and other sharps-related injuries may expose workers to bloodborne pathogens. Workers in many occupations, including first responders, housekeeping personnel in some industries, nurses and other healthcare personnel, all may be at risk for exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

What you need to do:
1) Review your Industrial Hygiene Survey to see if there is occupational exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens, or contact Industrial Hygiene if you believe personnel can potentially be exposed to them.

2) Where potential occupational exposure exists; each unit or department shall establish a written Exposure Control Plan with help from the Industrial Hygiene / Medical Treatment Facility that is designed to eliminate or minimize employee exposure.

3) The Exposure Control Plan shall be accessible to employees.

4) The Exposure Control Plan shall be reviewed and updated at least annually and whenever necessary to reflect new or modified tasks and procedures which affect occupational exposure and to reflect new or revised employee positions with occupational exposure.

5) Each unit or department shall train each employee with occupational exposure initially and annually thereafter in accordance with the OSHA Standard. Such training must be provided at no cost to the employee and during working hours.

For additional information, please contact Mr. Joel Perez @ (760) 763-0255 Or send an email to

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton