Urinalysis Program Coordinator (UPC) Evals
STEADFAST LEADERSHIP. As assistant Urinalysis Program Coordinator, she contributed to the proper collection and tracking of 448 specimens for 734 personnel, and aided in the execution of 12 command sub-unit sweeps. Her efforts ensured 100% accountability in supporting a drug-free Navy culture for Naval Base Kitsap and 13 tenant commands.
As assistant command UPC, he trained and qualified 4 assistants in the collection, packaging and recording process, reducing packaging and shipping discrepancies by 24% from FY18.
- DEDICATED TO NAVY's CORE VALUES. Coordinated 36 command urinalysis evolutions which encompassed 240 man-hours resulting in the collection of 432 specimens with zero discrepancies. These efforts upheld the Navy's zero tolerance drug policy and ensured a safe and drug free command.
While assigned as the Regional Urinalysis Coordinator, he managed a flawless program responsible for testing personnel from 18 different commands throughout the National Capital Region, ensuring the collection, storage, and shipment of over 600 samples were in compliance with DoD Policy resulting in zero discrepancies. In addition, he provided support for 2 additional commands by training 5 personnel starting up their own command program.
AS COMMAND URINALYSIS COORDINATOR HE CONDUCTED OVER 1100 URINALYSIS TESTS FOR 9 TENANT COMMANDS, DETERRING DRUG USE AND PROMOTING A DRUG FREE NAVY.
Effective Leader-Instituted changes to the department that resulted in better management of the urinalysis program, annual training and GMT; recognized results with zero errors for urinalysis coordination and 100% completion for unit required training.
Coordinated ten command urinalysis evolutions which encompassed 32 man-hours resulting in the collection of 343 specimens with zero discrepancies. These efforts upheld the Navy’s zero tolerance drug policy and ensured a safe and drug free command.
As Command Urinalysis Program Coordinator Division's Leading Petty Officer, led five supervisors and 36 observers in managing the command's main tool for the Navy's policy on 'ZERO' Tolerance by sampling and testing 3,100 sailors ensuring mission readiness.
Command selected to be the functional expert for the Urinalysis Program, testing and maintaining the Command's program to enforce the Navy’s ZERO tolerance policy.
AS AN INTEGRAL PART OF GOOD ORDER AND DISCIPLINE ON BOARD THE SHIP, HE SUPERVISED OVER 300 OF HIS SHIPMATES WHILE THEY PARTICIPATED IN THE URINALYSIS PROGRAM WITHOUT INCIDENT. DISPLAYING KEEN ATTENTION TO DETAIL AS COMMAND URINALYSIS COORDINATOR, HE FLAWLESSLY COLLECTED 722 SAMPLES ENSURING SUPPORT OF THE NAVY'S ZERO TOLLERANCE POLICY.
As Urinalysis Program Coordinator, Petty Officer XXXXXXX developed and implemented an aggressive random sampling schedule to maintain 20 percent testing, meeting the Navy standard for a fluctuating student load of 200 students and 21 permanent party staff members.
As Urinalysis Coordinator, he skillfully led a team of 20 sailors in the collection of 642 urine specimens achieving 98% drug testing for FY14 to ensure all sailors were in compliance with the Navy's drug policy.
YNC XXXXXXX administered more than 120 command urinalysis tests, achieving zero defects in the testing process.
Petty Officer XXXXXXX served as the MCAST Unit Urinalysis Program Coordinator from Nov 2013 - Dec 2015, working with Operational Support Center Norfolk to establish protocol in facilitating the timely completion of monthly urinalysis requirements with minimal impact on the DET's training schedule and a 100% acceptance of submissions with zero errors.
COMMAND URINALYSIS PROGRAM COORDINATOR AND DIVISION LEADING PETTY OFFICER, HE LED FIVE SUPERVISORS AND 27 OBSERVERS MANAGING THE COMMAND'S MAIN TOOL FOR THE NAVY'S POLICY ON 'ZERO' TOLERANCE BY SAMPLING 8,500 SPECIMENS OF 4,565 SAILORS ENSURING MISSION READINESS WITH ZERO FATAL ERRORS.
WHILE SERVING AS NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD (NNSY) COMMAND URINALYSIS PROGRAM COORDINATOR, HE WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN RESTRUCTURING NNSY AND NSSA TESTING DATABASES, FOLLOWING COMMAND REORGANIZATION, ENSURING OVER 900 SAILORS ACROSS 2 GEOGRAPHIC AREAS CONTINUED TO BE TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH NAVY POLICY.
AS URINALYSIS COORDINATOR, LED 7 SUPERVISORS WHILE FLAWLESSLY COLLECTING OVER 2400 SPECIMENS.
HIS RIGOROUS TESTING FOR NBPL AND FOUR TENTANT COMMANDS AS URINALYSIS PROGRAM COORDINATOR CONTRIBUTED IMMEASURABLY TO THE DON’S FIGHT AGAINST DRUG ABUSE AND MISUSE.
As the Command Urinalysis Coordinator (UPC), IT1 was tasked with getting the program up to standards for the short notice IG inspection. IT1 overhauled the urinalysis program to find and correct all discrepancies before the deadline resulting in the command getting only 2 findings that were due to errors made prior to him running the program.
LED 4 ASSISTANT UPCs, REVITALIZING THE SQUADRON’S URINALYSIS TESTING PROGRAM. HE IMPROVED THE PROGRAM’S PROCEDURAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS IN LESS THAN 30 DAYS, RESULTING IN 100% COMPLIANCE WITH TESTING PROCEDURES AND ENFORCING THE NAVY’S ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY.
Served as the primary Urinalysis Program administrator for over 2,000 NIOC and C10F Sailors. His flawless management of the urinalysis program has resulted in a robust deterrent to illicit drug use. He is responsible for the adherence to Navy and unit rules, regulations and instructions which has resulted in an immediate increase of good order and discipline.
Our command's urinalysis coordinator, he has maintained a zero discrepancy program over the last 18 months.
She established the Command Urinalysis Program with 0 deficiencies for 110 personnel.
AS COMMAND URINALYSIS COORDINATOR, HER STERN LEADERSHIP AND ATTENTION TO DETAIL RESULTED IN ZERO DISCREPANCIES DURING AN IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR IN COMMAND INSPECTION.
AS THE URINALYSIS PROGRAM COORDINATOR PETTY OFFICER XXXXXXX PROVIDED OUTSTANDING OVERSIGHT OF THE PROGRAM, PERFORMING OVER 160 RANDOM URINALYSIS TESTS AND COLLECTING OVER 1,200 SAMPLES WHILE MAINTAINING 100% ACCOUNTABILITY.
AS NAVAL BEACH GROUP TWO’S URINALYSIS PROGRAM COORDINATOR, HE COLLECTED 1,456 SAMPLES EXECUTING 3 COMMAND SWEEPS AND 55 RANDOM TESTS TOTALING 1,100 MAN HOURS. ESTABLISHED POSSITIVE CONTROL OF ALL SAMPLES FOR RETENTION AND DELIVERY, WITH ZERO DISCREPENCIES, ENFORCING THE NAVY'S ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY.
Ran the Urinalysis Program for 18 months, monitoring over 800 tests and training three members as Urinalysis Coordinators. While performing the Urinalysis Program, there have been 0 discrepancies and all had 100% completion of all Drill weekend.
She is credited with the development and flawless execution of the command's highly succesful Urinalysis Program. To meet the requirements of this program she tracked the command's gains and losses, ensured satellite commands were adequately testing, stocked and inventoried materials, and packaged, stored, and shipped samples ready for testing.
As berthing and Urinalysis coordinator, LS2 achieved 100% compliance for 39 sailors and ensured all non-local unit members received berthing in a timely manner.
FC1's drive to aid his shipmates is illustrated in the roles and responsibilities he has taken on as the Command Financial Specialist, Urinalysis Program Coordinator, Facilitator for ADAMS and his team's Career Counselor.
GALLEY SUPERVISOR AND COMMAND URINALYSIS COORDINATOR AT JOINT EXPEDITIONARY BASE LITTLE CREEK- FT STORY FROM MARCH 2012-JANUARY 2015. PETTY OFFICER XXXXXXX FLAWLESS EXECUTED THE COMMAND URINALYSIS PROGRAM FOR 22 UICs AND OVER 800 SAILORS.
URINALYSIS PROGRAM COORDINATOR, PERFORMING WEEKLY AND MONTHLY INSPECTIONS ON 225 SAILORS ENSURING THE INTEGRITY OF THE NAVY STAYS INTACT.
HER TENURE AS THE HOA URINALYSIS PROGRAM COORDINATOR ENSURED THE COMMAND REMAINED IN 100% COMPLIANCE WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE’S DRUG TESTING PROGRAM.
NOSC Akron Urinalysis Program Coordinator; collected over 1,800 random urinalysis samples; assumed custody of each sample, packaged each sample for delivery to the testing site while maintaining positive chain of custody.
HER KEEN ATTENTION TO DETAIL AS THE URINALYSIS PROGRAM MANAGER, TRACKING REQUIRED TESTING, ENSURED A SAFE, DRUG FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT.
Command Urinalysis coordinator for NAS Meridian, MS from February 2012 to April 2015. Chief XXXXXXX's unrelenting attention to detail was instrumental in the collection, tracking and mailing of over 376 specimen samples with zero discrepancies.
Selected as the Command Urinalysis Program Coordinator, a position traditionally held by a seasoned Chief Petty Officer. Petty Officer XXXXXXX led a team of 3 Chief Petty Officers and 4 First Class Petty Officers in the planning, coordination, collection, and shipping of 615 samples spanning seven geographical locations dispersed across XXXX nautical miles. His relentless dedication to duty led to zero hits and an outstanding on NRD San Antonio's FY-16 National Inspection Team Assessment.
UNDER PETTY OFFICER XXXXXXX'S LEADERSHIP, THE REAGAN'S URINALYSIS PROGRAM COLLECTED AND PROCESSED MORE THAN 7780 SAMPLES INCLUDING THE NEWLY INTEGRATED SYNTHETIC TESTING. HIS GUIDANCE AND EXPERTISE PROVED INVALUABLE IN THE PROCESSING OF 47 ILLEGAL DRUG USERS OUT OF THE NAVY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NAVY'S ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY.
Assistant Urinalysis Program Coordinator (UPC)
Assistant Command Urinalysis Program Coordinator. As Assistant UPC for the command, he assisted in the flawless execution of 3 random urinalysis tests for 10 different departments, resulting in the collection of 21 samples with zero discrepancies. These efforts upheld the NAVY's zero tolerance drug policy and ensured a safe and drug free Command.
As Assistant Urinalysis Coordinator, assisted in the collection and processing of over 160 urinalysis samples, ensuring 100 percent compliance with the Navy's drug testing program.
AS THE ASSISTANT URINALYSIS DIVISION LEADING PETTY OFFICER, HE ASSISTED IN MANAGING A COMPLEX URINALYSIS PROGRAM WHERE HE WAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SCREENING OF 320 COURSES AND A STUDENT POPULATION OF MORE THAN 48,000 STUDENTS ANNUALLY, ENSURING STRICT COMPLIANCE WITH OPNAV TESTING REQUIRMENTS. HE DIRECTLY SUPERVISED 89 SAILORS IN THE COLLECTION AND PROCESSING OF 13,000 SAMPLES WITH MINIMAL LOSS OF TRAINING TIME.
HIS DEDICATION TO 1ST TANK BATTALION SET HIM APART FROM HIS PEERS AND RESULTED IN HIS SELECTION AS THE ASSISTANT COMMAND SUBSTANCE ABUSE CONTROL OFFICER, A POSITION NORMALLY HELD BY A MARINE STAFF NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER. HE CONDUCTED 9 COMMAND AND 11 COMPANY LEVEL SWEEPS, IN WHICH HE PERFORMED THE COLLECTION AND SUBMISSION OF 2,611 URINALYSIS AND 2,712 BREATHALYZER TESTS.
AS AN ASSISTANT URINALYSIS COORDINATOR, SHE ASSISTED THE NAVY OPERATIONAL SUPPORT CENTER IN THE PROCESS AND HANDLING OF MORE THAN 80 SAMPLES.
As the Urinalysis Program Coordinator Assistant, Petty Office XXXXXXX ensured over 140 individual samples were collected and processed in accordance with the Navy Drug Testing Policy ensuring zero discrepancies.
Assigned to Security Department NHTP, HM2 XXXXXXX helped coordinate monthly command urinalysis, under OPNAVINST 5350.4D for NHTP and Branch clinics.
AS ASSISTANT URINALYSIS PROGRAM COORDINATOR, HE ADMINISTERED 39 URINALYSIS TESTS WITH ZERO ERRORS, MAINTAINING AN INSPECTION SCORE ABOVE 90 PERCENT.
HM3 XXXXXXX ADMINISTERED TO STANDARDS THE COMMAND URINALYSIS PROGRAM, COLLECTING AND SUBMITTING 288 SPECIMENS. HAVING KEEN AWARENESS OF POLICY, SHE IDENTIFIED AND CORRECTED DOCUMENTATION, STORAGE, AND SUBMISSION DISCREPANCIES.
Her professional knowledge as assistant urinalysis coordinator coupled with her meticulous attention to detail contributed to the 100% accountability of 390 personnel from 10 different commands.
AS THE COMMAND'S ASSISTANT URINALYSIS PROGRAM COORDINATOR FOR 180 SAILORS, PETTY OFFICER XXXXXXX'S STRICT PROGRAM COMPLIANCE ENSURED THE COMMAND MET ALL TESTING REQUIREMENTS.
He is also responsible for assisting the Urinalysis program by observing over 170 specimens, assuring 100% unit competency and compliance with Navy's Zero Tolerance for Drug Abuse policy.
Due to unforeseen circumstances with command staff, MA1 XXXXXXX stepped in to seamlessly assist the command urinalysis coordinator. MA1 XXXXXXX dedicated 50 hours, made 199 collections without error, oversaw 12 junior sailors, and packaged 188 samples which resulted in 100% accountability for selective reserve sailors and support staff attached to Naval Operational Support Center Augusta, Georgia.
As Alternate Urinalysis Coordinator, he organized over 100 random collections totaling more than 1100 samples with zero discrepancies, accurately maintaining policy requirements.
AS ASSISTANT URINALYSIS COORDINATOR, HE ASSISTED WITH 200 RANDOM URINALYSIS TESTS AND ENSURED PROPER COLLECTION, DOCUMENTATION AND SECURITY OF 3,000 URINE SAMPLES. HIS DILIGENT EFFORTS ENSURED THE INTEGRITY OF THIS VITAL PROGRAM.
AS ASSISTANT URINALYSIS PROGRAM COORDINATOR, HE MANAGED THE COLLECTION AND PROCESSING OF 1100 SAMPLES WITH ZERO DOCUMENTATION OR CHAIN OF CUSTODY ERRORS.
ASSISTANT COMMAND URINALYSIS PROGRAM COORDINATOR, NAVAL INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE FACILITY, PACIFIC NORTHWEST. PETTY OFFICER XXXXXXX PERFORMED HIS DUTIES IN AN EXEMPLARY AND HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MANNER MAINTAINING A FLAWLESS RECORD OF THREE SHIFTS OF SAILORS, 880 TESTS, AND MORE THAN 2600 SAMPLES AS ASSISTANT UPC.
AS ASSISTANT COMMAND URINALYSIS COORDINATOR, HE CONDUCTED 38 URINALYSIS TESTS, TESTING 144 PERSONNEL WITH ZERO DISCREPANCIES.
IS2 XXXXXXX ASSISTED IN MANAGING A COMMAND URINALYSIS PROGRAM RESPONSIBLE FOR OVER 70,000 STUDENTS ANNUALY. HE DIRECTLY SUPERVISED 33 SAILORS IN THE DRUG TESTING PROCESS OF OVER 12,000 SAMPLES ENCOMPASSING 18 LEARNING SITES WHILE MINIMIZING LOSS OF TRAINING TIME TO STUDENTS.
Due to unforseen circumstances with command support, MA2 Jolsen stepped in seamlessly to assist with command urinalysis. He made 163 collections without error which resulted in 100% accountability for SELRES sailors and support staff attached to NOSC Augusta.
His enthusiasm and keen attention to detail while acting as an Urinalysis Observer for over 300 specimens was instrumental in meeting the Navy's Zero Tolerance Policy for Drug Use. His unmatched professionalism and leadership were instrumental in ensuring the safety and security of NOSC personnel, while meeting U.S. Navy Force Protection Goals.
Volunteered to serve as backup Urinalysis Observer as needed for an average of 99 Sailors.
FORCE ALCOHOL/DRUG CONTROL OFFICER (ADCO)
TEMPORARILY FILLED IN AS FORCE ALCOHOL/DRUG CONTROL OFFICER (ADCO). HIS LEADEERSHIP AND GUIDANCE RESULTED IN A DECREASE IN DUI’S FOR THE SURFACE FORCE BY 60%, INCREASING URINALYSIS COMPLIANCE TO 95% FOR ALL CNSP SHIPS.
Master at Arms
AS MASTER AT ARMS HE MONITORED TEN COMMAND URINALYSIS EVOLUTIONS WHICH ENCOMPASSED 40 MAN-HOURS RESULTING IN THE COLLECTION OF 232 SPECIMENS WITH ZERO DISCREPANCIES. THESE EFFORTS UPHELD THE NAVY'S ZERO TOLERANCE DRUG POLICY AND ENSURED A SAFE AND DRUG FREE COMMAND.