Anniston Army Depot will hold a retiree breakfast at the DeSoto Pastime Center May 2 at 8 a.m. for ANAD and military retirees.
Cost is $7.
If you would like to attend, RSVP to Donna Williams at 256-235-7160 or email@example.com by April 24.
The depot’s Skills Development Center is open Wednesday through Friday from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Off-Friday hours are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. To contact the SDC, call 256-235-6768.
The Outdoor Recreation Office and all rentals have moved to Bldg. 1540. You may contact them at 256-235-7549.
Following a year when its continuous process improvement goal wasn't met, Anniston Army Depot's Directorate of Production Engineering is reinvigorating the Lean program, beginning with training.
April is National Welding Month and, therefore, a perfect time to highlight the work performed by welders throughout Anniston Army Depot's industrial area.
At Anniston Army Depot, the Safety Office has declared all confined spaces to be permit required. This includes areas such as manholes, pipelines, tanks, sewers, vats, tunnels, utility vaults, hoppers, exhaust ducts and blast booth basements.
April is the Month of the Military Child and Anniston Army Depot's Child Development Center is celebrating.
Gen. Gus Perna, U.S. Army Materiel Command commander and the Army’s senior logistician, toured Anniston Army Depot April 4, 2018, viewing various production shops to see how ANAD reclaims components and overhauls or repairs combat vehicles and equipment.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and National Child Abuse Prevention Month. To discuss prevention of sexual harassment, sexual assault and child abuse, Tim Rolfe, Anniston Army Depot's SHARP Coordinator and Kimberly Green, SHARP program manager for the U.S. Army Materiel Command, visited The Morning Show April 11, 2018.
April is Alcohol Awareness Month. Boyd Scoggins and Kelvin Burruss detailed the ways Anniston Army Depot is able to help employees with substance abuse issues on the April 11, 2018, Morning Show.
The Safety segment for the April 11, 2018, Morning Show focused on confined spaces. Rachael Long details the differences between types of confined spaces and how all such areas should be treated at Anniston Army Depot.
Anniston Army Depot's Choose to Lose competition, which ended March 14, 2018, and the 2018 Making Tracks 5K, which is scheduled for April 21, 2018, were topics on The Morning Show March 28, 2018.
The Safety segment for the March 28, 2018, Morning Show centered around hand and finger safety and the proper use of gloves in industrial areas.
Anniston Army Depot’s financial and inventory processes and statements as well as real property will be audited by an outside agency during the third and fourth quarters of fiscal year 2018.
Pam Robertson, the director of Resource Management; Mike Mathews, the director of Public Works; and Jeff Simmons, the director of Production Management, spoke to the workforce on The Morning Show March 28, 2018, to detail what audit readiness was and how employees would be affected.
Have you signed up yet for this year's Making Tracks 5K?
Pre-registration ends April 12.
Gen. Gus Perna, commanding general of Army Materiel Command, toured Anniston Army Depot Wednesday, viewing various production shops to see how ANAD reclaims components and overhauls or repairs combat vehicles and equipment.
Anniston Army Depot held a Job Fair March 31 under the direct hire authority. This enabled 1,334 individuals to submit résumés to fill approximately 200 positions in 25 job series across several directorates and one tenant.
The project to raise and realign headstones at the Military Cemetery on the former Fort McClellan was completed March 23.
Hand/finger injuries accounted for 28 percent of all incidents and accidents at Anniston Army Depot in fiscal year 2017. Wearing personal protective equipment at the depot often means wearing gloves to protect against hazards.
Anniston Army Depot's financial and inventory processes and statements as well as real property will be audited by an outside agency during the third and fourth quarters of fiscal year 2018.
Applicants who submitted a résumé(s) at the Job Fair or on-line should not contact the individual who acknowledges receipt, whereas they do not have any involvement in the selection process and cannot respond to additional e-mail traffic.
Under the Direct Hire Authority, management will review résumés and contact applicants ONLY if further evaluation or interviews are required or upon selection. The résumés and any documents received will be retained for four months.