Security, Safety, and Law Enforcement Office
The SSLE Office manages Reclamation programs and projects related to security, safety, and law enforcement; develops Reclamation-wide policies and guidelines governing these programs; and provides oversight of program execution in Reclamation field offices.
The Office is responsible for physical, personnel, and information security, safety of dams, continuity of operations, law enforcement, employee safety and health, and emergency planning programs of the Bureau of Reclamation. These programs are administered by five sub-organizations within the SSLE Office: Security Office, Information Share and Law Enforcement Support Office, Special Agent in Charge, Dam Safety Office, Safety and Health Services.
Dam Safety - Evolution of a Program
In the spring of 1976, Teton Dam was the site of the most significant failure of a Bureau of Reclamation project in the agency's history. The failure of Teton Dam served as a catalyst for Reclamation's Dam Safety Program. For decades, Reclamation's Dam Safety Office has stood out internationally as a leader in its field. While Reclamation has always been concerned with the safety of its facilities, the failure of Teton Dam ushered in a new era of understanding and managing risk. More...
Safety & Health Office
Reclamation's Safety Vision - Enhance organizational effectiveness through integration of safety principles and standards by preventing accidents to people, property, and the environment. More...
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