Victor Murray is the ESCG Safety/System Safety Engineer supporting ER and EA3. He started at Johnson Space Center as an Altitude Chamber Technician in 1968 in the Crew and Thermal System Division; worked as a Safety Diver in WETF and switched to Safety Engineering in 1975. Victor has supported EA and KA organizations over the years. He holds a Bachelor’s degree, in Technical Education from the University of Houston and a Masters in Public Health (MPH) from the University of Texas school of Public Health. Victor developed the Integrated Hazard Analysis for the current RATS Testing in B9 NE. Murray was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2017 and considers himself cancer free. He hopes his experience, and treatment choice*, help others if they are ever faced with prostate cancer.
*Medicare and Insurance coverage of HIFU is evolving so the out-of-pocket expense may be less.