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NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD in Portsmouth, Virginia, is one of the largest shipyards in the world specializing in repairing, overhauling and modernizing ships and submarines. It's the oldest and largest industrial facility that belongs to the U.S. Navy and it's also the most multifaceted. NNSY follows the OSHA Voluntary Protection Program and has been a Star site since 2006. This web site was designed to introduce you to the vast industrial capabilities available at NNSY and to invite you to take a closer look at what NNSY has to offer.
USS George H.W. Bush

USS George H. W. Bush Arrives at NNSY for PIA

PORTSMOUTH, Virginia - USS George H. W. Bush (CVN 77) arrived at Norfolk Naval Shipyard (NNSY) June 16 for an extended Planned Incremental Availability (PIA).
Nofolk Naval Shipyard

Nofolk Naval Shipyard

NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD - Founded on November 1, 1767
NNSY Mission

NNSY Mission

NNSY MISSION - Service to the Fleet, Any Ship, Any Time, Any Where.
NNSY Vision

NNSY Vision

NNSY VISION - Norfolk Naval Shipyard is recognized as a world class organization in executing our mission, developing our people, and aggressively improving performance at a state of the art facility.
NNSY Values

NNSY Values

NNSY VALUES - Character – through Integrity and Intent. Competence – through Capability and Results.

For inclement weather updates call NNSY's Information Line at 396-9551

NNSY Fraud Waste and Mis-Management HOTLINE 757-396-7971 or


Contractor & Non-NNSY Government Agency (NNGA) Access to OSHECM Chapter 250, NNSY’s Hazardous Energy Control (HEC) Program, Lockout/Tags-Plus (LOTP) and OSHA 29 CFR 1915.89 Hazardous Energy Control: For all NNSY Service and Rental Contracts involving hazardous energy control work, Contractors and Non-NNSY Government Agencies (NNGAs) must follow NNSY’s Hazardous Energy Control (HEC) Program, Lockout/Tags-Plus (LOTP) and also meet OSHA 1915.89 requirements.  The following hyperlinks will direct you to this information.

Corporate OSHECM Chapter 250 (NNSY) 

Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Shipyard Employment (OSHA)


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