ESOH Contacts

Environmental Management Office
Senior Master Sgt. Michael S. Yeihey
Environmental Manager
650-603-9227 or DSN 359-9227

Safety Office
Lt. Col. Jeff Waldman
Chief of Safety
650-603-9261 or DSN 359-9261

Senior Master Sgt. Alan Lyvere
Ground Safety Manager
650-603-9273 or DSN: 359-9273

Occupational Health Office
Maj. Robert Pumares
650-603 -9722 or DSN 359-9722
Master Sgt. Jose Sarmiento
650-603-9062 or DSN 359-9062

Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health

The Air Force Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health vision is to be a world leader in ESOH management -- to provide better care for our Airmen and our environment -- to meet our mission in air, space, and cyberspace. In pursuit of this vision, it is important for you to understand our three ESOH priorities:
  • Comply: First and foremost, we must comply with all ESOH legal obligations. Every Airman must know and comply with the laws, instructions, and policies that apply to their work, Commanders will fund all ESOH legal obligations and requirements necessary for compliance or request assistance from higher headquarters.
  • Reduce risk: Effective ESOH risk management will ensure each of us remain a contributor to our mission as well as safeguard our natural and manmade resources. Every Airman must understand the hazards associated with their work and take action to protect themselves, their fellow Airmen, and the environment.
  • Continuously improve: We seek a culture of continuous ESOH improvement. Every Airman must constantly seek to minimize ESOH risks and to improve the way we all contribute to the mission.

Commander's Environmental Commitment Statement 2017

Environmental

The Environmental Management Office is responsible for planning, programming, and implementing the Installations environmental protection programs in support of Wing, and host requirements at Moffett Air National Guard Base, CA.

The environmental objectives of the 129th Rescue Wing are underpinned by the three pillars of Compliance, Conservation and Pollution Prevention. To meet these objectives the 129th Rescue Wing will conduct its mission in compliance with all federal, state and local environmental laws and regulations and provide protection and stewardship of natural and cultural resources and develop effective pollution prevention strategies that focus on specific targets and objectives.

The 129th Environmental Management Office will strive to promote a culture of continuous environmental improvement. Click here to read the 129th Rescue Wing's 2017 Environmental Commitment Statement.

Safety

Responsible to the Commander for implementing the Air Force Safety Program.  Evaluates the management, implementation, and effectiveness of this program within the Command. Provides council to the Commander, Command Staff, and Field Commanders on all flight, ground, systems, and weapons safety matters. Serves as the focal point for all safety issues.

Occupational Health

Provide operational health risk assessment expertise to enhance commander decision making and health service support capabilities. Click here to read the 2015 NASA Ames Water Quality Report.