The NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Norfolk, Philadelphia Office is issuing this sources sought synopsis as a means of conducting market research to identify parties having an interest in and the resources to support the Commander, Naval Installations Command (CNIC) for public safety data management services (Enterprise Safety Application Management System (ESAMS)).
The work to be performed is in support of Government Owned/Government Operated web application and production servers hosting Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) products that are Contractor Owned/Contactor Operated. ESAMS is a Commercially Owned, Commercially Operated web-based public safety management software application that enables Navy commands to manage their public safety programs, including but not limited to: safety and occupational health, traffic safety, recreational off-duty safety, explosive safety, fire and emergency services (F and ES), anti terrorism/force protection (ATFP), as well as emergency management (EM) data requirements including, but not restricted to:

 Workplace or building inspections (occupational safety, traffic safety, RODS, explosive safety, radiation safety, fire safety, environmental, etc.)
 External agency inspections related to occupational safety, emergency management, fire, security, etc.
 Deficiency tracking, e.g.
workplace, building, process, etc.
 Corrective action tracking
 Occupational injuries or illnesses and off-duty injuries for military personnel only
 Property Damage related mishaps
 Near Miss Incidents
 Training – web, classroom, on-the-job, and formal
 Equipment tracking and associated inspections, maintenance, and testing associated with each item.
 Equipment tracking allocations,
 F and ES Vehicle tracking
 Area hazard tracking e.g. confined spaces, noise hazard level, sight hazards, etc. and associated inspections, maintenance, and testing associated with each item.
 National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS)
 Command or department level self-assessments
 Unsafe/unhealthful reporting and administration
 Hot works permit tracking,
 Fire facility related data and fire pre-plan information
 Drill schedules
 Training schedules
 Job hazard analysis
 Respirator fit-testing and management
 Personnel surveys
 Occupational medical surveillance information
 Assigned duties/tasks with associated training
 Personnel listings
 External enrollment in training
 Root cause analysis
 Duty Rosters for fire personnel
 Daily activity log for F and ES
 Firing Range Management and Scheduler
 Weapons Qualification Training and Tracking

The ESAMS system is comprised of a unique suite of web-enabled applications that support and integrate safety and occupational health, traffic safety, recreational and off-duty safety, explosive safety, emergency management, fire and emergency services, anti-terrorism/force protection, security, and the chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNE) program.
HGW and Associates has developed this fully integrated and powerful web based system of applications which has been implemented throughout CNIC, NAVFAC, and other tenant commands and organizations. ESAMS utilizes a centralized database that allows personnel, supervisors, department coordinators/administrators, command administrators, regional administrators, claimant administrators, program administrators and commands providing base operational support (BOS) administrators, a system to track information that supports compliance for their OSHA, NFPA, National Fire Administration (NFA), DoD, Navy requirements: i.e., training, metrics, inspections, respirator fit tests, and occupational medical surveillance, equipment tracking, voluntary protection program compliance (VPP), personnel requirements, etc.
This request for capability information does not constitute a request for quotes; submission of any information in response to this market survey is purely voluntary; the Government assumes no financial responsibility for any costs incurred.

If your organization has the capacity to perform the contract services as described, please provide a written Statement of Capability (SOC) not to exceed three pages in length, including attachments, that describes your ability to meet the requirements. The SOC shall include the prospective contractor’s name, mailing address, phone number, website, and name and email address of designated point of contact; business type; and socio-economic category.

Submission Instructions: Interested parties who consider themselves qualified to provide these services are invited to respond to this sources sought notice by close of business on 23 December 2020.
The SOC must be emailed to Aleksandar Rajcic at Telephone inquiries will not be accepted or acknowledged, and no feedback or evaluations will be provided to companies regarding their submissions. If you have any questions concerning this opportunity, please contact Aleksandar Rajcic at the above email address. Contractors are encouraged to confirm that their SOC was received.