The Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center aspires to have a world class Environmental, Occupational Safety & Health Program which emphasizes a culture where management and employees collaborate to create a workplace where there is no harm to employees or the environment.
The mission of the Facilities Services Division is to be the leader in:
- Protecting FAA employees, contractors and students, the environment, and the nation's natural resources
- Preventing employee injury and illness, pollution and waste, and inefficient use of natural resources
- Promoting continuous improvement throughout the Aeronautical Center community
- Preserving the FAA mission
- Maintain safe and healthful work environment for employees, contractors, students, and visitors at the Aeronautical Center
- Lead the effort to reduce energy and water use at the Aeronautical Center by adopting best industry practices and cost-effective, energy-efficient technologies.
- Effectively manage the Aeronautical Center Environmental Occupational Safety and Health Management System (EOSHMS) to reduce the environmental impacts and minimize and/or eliminate occupational safety and health OSH) impacts in order to be good stewards of the environment and to improve employee health & safety
- Develop and implement information technology solutions for Facility Management to ensure effective management and operation of Aeronautical Center facilities.
Since it began in 2011, MMAC has received over $375,000 worth of RECs using the "Rebates-to-RECs" program to meet renewable energy requirements. This equates to credit for over 100,000 megawatt hours of electric energy ��� enough to power nearly 10,000 homes for a whole year!
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