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O’Connor Honored for Career Embodying Yes, If Attitude

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O’Connor Receives Yes, If Coin From DeLoach

Ken O’Connor, Mishap program executive at the NASA Safety Center, received the “Yes, If” coin from Chief of Safety and Mission Assurance Russ DeLoach during his retirement celebration on May 5. O’Connor retired after more than 30 years of NASA service. 

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Paul Kirkpatrick Receives Yes-If Coin for Exemplary Leadership

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On Feb. 11, Deputy Chief Safety and Mission Assurance Officer Emeritus for the Commercial Crew Program Paul Kirkpatrick received a NASA Yes-If challenge coin for exemplary leadership over his 44-year career as a safety professional.

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NASA Safety Culture Handbook Is Now Available

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Safety Culture Handbook

NASA-HDBK-8709.24, NASA Safety Culture Handbook is now available. The handbook, which was a collaborative effort from the Safety Culture Working Group, contains information on the NASA Safety Culture Program, the Safety Culture Model, the Safety Culture Survey process, and provides guidance on the development and implementation of Safety Culture at the center level.

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SMA Program Profile: Safety Culture

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SMA Program Profile: Safety Culture

NASA’s Safety Culture Program assesses and promotes a healthy Safety Culture at all levels of the agency.

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Safety Message: Creating a Strong Safety Culture

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Safety Message: Creating a Strong Safety Culture

Chief Engineer Ralph Roe presents the June Safety Message "Creating a Strong Safety Culture."

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SCWG Supports Safety Culture at NASA

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Working Groups: Safety Culture

Safety Culture Working Group devises strategies to promote Safety Culture throughout the agency.

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Tracy Dillinger Represents NASA and Supports Human Factors at AsMA

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AsMA

Dr. Tracy Dillinger represented NASA on the Year in Review panel at the annual Aerospace Medical Association technology and science meeting this May. She has also been selected as the Human Factors representative for the organization.

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