Workforce Requirements for Base Access
All military, civilian and contractor personnel seeking to gain entry to any NAVWAR facility must first confirm:
1. That they have effectively conducted the required self-screening exam and
2. That they have further reported that they do NOT exhibit any symptoms of sickness to their assigned Supervisor consistent with official NAVWAR Operations workforce guidance.
If you are experiencing C19 symptoms (Cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Fever, Chills, Muscle pain, Sore throat, New loss of taste or smell), you CANNOT enter the workplace.
For more information on how to follow proper reporting procedures, be sure to contact your designated Supervisor.
Naval Base Point Loma (NBPL) Old Town Complex (OTC) is operating under Health Protection Condition Charlie designation.
Effective immediately all individuals on DoD property, installations and facilities are required to wear cloth face coverings when they cannot maintain six feet of social distance. Effective immediately, any face covering that is conservative in appearance, not offensive and conforms to the CDC guidance is acceptable to be worn in uniform.
For more information, visit the Center for Disease Control's website:
NAVWAR leadership asks all employees (civilians, military and contractors) who are required to work on base complete the screening process prior to entering the Navy facility.
Please note that you do not need to fill out or turn in the questionnaire - simply report that you have done the self-assessment.
Military and civilians should report results to their supervisor every day they come into the workplace.
If you are teleworking, you should conduct the self-assessment but only report results if you are feeling sick.
On Site Service Contractors should conduct the self-assessment and report results to their contractor supervisor and government Contract Officer Representative (COR).
NAVWAR OTC CAC Access
Effective June 1, NBPL OTC vehicle gate will be manually operated and manned from 0500 - 1200 and 1430 to 1630. The OTC gate will be CAC enabled for access outside of these hours.
For off-hours base access, if your CAC is not coded, you should go to the Naval Base Point Loma Pass and ID Office, Building 174, between the hours of 0630 and 1445.
The Pass and ID Office contact number is (619) 553-0938.
Communication With Supervisors
Be advised other commands - here, across the nation, or around the world - may have different guidance, so it is imperative that you continue to coordinate with your Supervisor for instructions or answers to your questions.
You may also access these updates by calling the NAVWAR Employee Work Status Hotline:
U.S. Navy COVID-19 Information: https://navylive.dodlive.mil/2020/03/15/u-s-navy-covid-19-updates