Resolution of Personal Safety Issues at the Department of Energy
The Department of Energy's (Department) Corrective Action Management Program (CAMP) is a systematic process for developing, tracking, reporting, and implementing corrective actions to resolve safety findings. It is also used to determine the effectiveness of completed corrective actions in preventing the recurrence of safety issues. The Department's Office of Health, Safety and Security (HSS) oversees CAMP and performs safety program assessments at each major Department site every one to three years to identify safety findings that require corrective action. That office also identifies, on an organizational level, significant programmatic weaknesses, areas needing improvement, and areas with effective performance.
Topic: Human Resources