NASA HQ Seat Belt Campaign for the Holidays

Vince & Larry

The NASA Headquarters Safety and Risk Management Division & The President want You to buckle up!

Look for Vince and Larry at NASA HQ!

 

Vince & Larry, the famous Crash Test Dummies, were in the West Lobby of NASA HQ on Monday, December 15. Here they can be seen in front of the seat belt information display. The display featured videos of Vince & Larry, and offered valuable information on seat belt use. Literature on seat belt use was provided. Vince & Larry in the lobby
Vince and Larry take a survey Are you wearing your seat belt?

Vince and Larry, the famous Crash Test Dummies, were checking on seat belt usage on Thursday, December the eleventh, outside of the NASA Headquarters garage.

Vince and Larry make a report to the NASA Administrator
Vince & Larry, the famous Crash Test Dummies, made their report to NASA Administrator Dan Goldin and Deputy Administrator General Dailey, on Seat belt usage at NASA Headquarters. This report shows the results of a survey conducted Thursday morning (December 11, 1997) at the entrance to the NASA Headquarters parking garage.
Vince and Larry with "Jack and Dan"

The report said:

 

Larry, NASA Administrator Dan Goldin, and Vince Vince, NASA Associate Administrator for Safety and Mission Assurance Fred Gregory, and Larry,
Larry, NASA Administrator Dan Goldin, and Vince Vince, NASA Associate Administrator for Safety and Mission Assurance Fred Gregory, and Larry,

Seat belt safety training on the Web
The Professional Development Initiative (PDI) World Wide Web based training server now has a brief training module on the benefits of Seat belt usage. This will not only meet the requirement for Seat belt training, but it's a great introduction to the PDI. In order to use the Seat Belt Module, you will first need a User ID and password on the PDI. Go to the SOLAR Web site (https://solar.msfc.nasa.gov) and click on Request a User ID & Password from the first time user area. Fill out the form on line. As a HQ employee (Or contractor assigned a nasa.gov email address) you will be approved automatically. Once you have an ID & password, you need to select the Catalog icon, then select Catalog again. Scroll down on the next screen and select Mission Assurance, then select Mission Assurance again. The NASA Safety and Mission Assurance Catalog will then be in view, scroll down the screen to the Special Topics section and select the Seat Belt Safety course.


 

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