Oceaneering Space Systems Receives NASA’s Safety and Health Excellence Award


April 10, 2017 – Houston, Texas – Oceaneering International, Inc. announced that a division of its Advanced Technologies business unit, the Oceaneering Space Systems (“OSS”) team at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (“JSC”), was awarded the JSC 2016 Contractor Safety and Health Forum (“CSF”) Safety Excellence Award – “Super Nova”.

This is the fourth consecutive year that Oceaneering has received the Super Nova. It is the highest level award which recognizes contractor organizations that have demonstrated significant participation and excellence in JSC safety and health activities.

Candidates submitted their respective applications showing Occupational Safety and Health Administration incidence rate safety data, management, and employee participation level in the CSF, Contractor Affairs Safety and Health Committee, and JSC Safety and Health Action Team meetings. From reinforcing Oceaneering’s Life Saving Rules Program to raising awareness about environmental impact, OSS shared safety best practices and safety innovations while demonstrating service to the JSC community.

“It is an honor to be selected from among the JSC organization for this prestigious award. At Oceaneering, our unwavering commitment to safety is the foundation of our culture. This special recognition is a testament to the overall strength of Oceaneering’s HSE program,” said Michael Bloomfield, Vice President and General Manager of OSS.

From left to right, Lon Miller – CSF Chair, Doug Harris, OSS HSE, Michael Bloomfield – OSS VP/GM, and William McArthur – NASA S&MA Director.