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Safety and Health

Safety and Health

NRCS strives to provide a work environment that is safe, clean, and healthful. Safety is everyone’s job and responsibility. NRCS employees have to work to help foster a safe and healthy work environment. The main point to remember is that we are all responsible for working to maintain a safe and healthy work place.

  • Drive defensively

  • Avoid situations that expose you or others to risk

  • Immediately report on-the-job accidents, injury, illness, or property damage to your supervisor

  • Immediately report suspected unsafe/unhealthy working conditions to your supervisor or safety and health officer

  • Maintain a drug-free and alcohol-free work place

For more information or suggestions regarding the NRCS Safety and Health Program, please contact:

State Safety Officer                         Nancy Vicknair      

State Office Representative            Brandon Samson

Area Representative                        Wayne Roberts              

Area Representative                        Skie Ebanks


The Natural Resources Conservation Service provides leadership in a partnership effort to help people conserve, maintain, and improve our natural resources and environment.