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SAF/IEE - Environment, Safety & Infrastructure

WHAT WE DO

The Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Environment, Safety, and Infrastructure (SAF/IEE) is responsible for all matters pertaining to Air Force built and natural infrastructure, environment, safety, occupational health, radiation safety and radioactive materials management interests.  

 

SAF/IEE sustains the Air Force as a ready and robust force and preserves America's investment in the Air Force by integrating the best in environment, safety, occupational health, and installation practices into all Air Force activities.

 

SAF/IEE provides strategic direction, policy and oversight in:

  • Energy: Installation energy, innovation, policy development and water resource management

  • Environment: Environmental compliance, restoration and natural/cultural resource management

  • Infrastructure: Real property, MILCON, facilities (includes GOV-owned housing/general officer quarter management) and utilities

  • Occupational Health

  • Safety (excludes flight and weapons)

LEADERSHIP


Mr. Mark Correll
(Biography)
Deputy Assistant Secretary
Environment, Safety and Infrastructure

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