FLCSD Install Approved HAZMAT Software – Photo

NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) San Diego and Commander Naval Surface Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet (CNSP) N41 environmental programs, in coordination with CNSP N6, installed the NAVSUP-approved Hazardous Inventory Control System Windows (HICSWIN) 3.0 marine coating software patch on board San Diego-based ships June 2, 2016 as part of ongoing requirements to report the release of volatile organic compounds into the atmosphere during pierside preservation.

FLCSD Install Approved HAZMAT Software

Left to right: NAVSUP FLC San Diego Regional Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Director Henry Grays and Afloat HAZMAT team: Blesildo Garcia, Victor Orozco, Robert Hoats, Robert Gonzalez and Enrico Baul. Not pictured: Sharron Jordan and Joe Tamez. –Photo by Candice Villarreal, Corporate Communications, NAVSUP FLC San Diego.

 

November/December 2016