SCOG


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AcronymDefinition
SCOGSkagit Council of Governments (Canada)
SCOGSouthern Cross Outdoors Group (Australia; est. 1981)
SCOGSelf-Contained Oxygen Generator
SCOGSoccer Club of Guilford (Guilford, CT)
SCOGSteel-Cut Oat Groats (grain milling)
SCOGStanding Committee on Glaciation
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"The only way the SCOG on HMS Tireless could explode was by it being contaminatied by hydrocarbons and being internally damaged by mishandling as well."
But it was impossible to say because the method of tracking and accounting for SCOGs was incomplete.
Christopher Clark, a civil servant with the Royal Navy, had decided to bring back into use 999 Scogs from a hazardous waste depot because he wanted to cut costs.
The ship was carrying 730 Scogs in total, a greater number than usual, because of the planned exercise beneath the Arctic ice.
The coroner said Christopher Clark, a civil servant with the Marine Environment Survivability and Habitability Project, decided to bring back into use the Scogs because he wanted to cut costs for the MoD.
The coroner said Christopher Clark, a civil servant with the Marine Environment Survivability and Habitability Project, decided to bring back into use 999 oxygen devices, known as Scogs, from a hazardous waste depot because he wanted to cut costs.
They were trapped in a forward escape compartment when the Scog (Self Contained Oxygen Generator) exploded, buckling the hatch doors and preventing rescuers from reaching them.
He gave a summary of the incident, saying the vessel's Self Contained Oxygen Generator (SCOG) exploded when the two men were towards the forward escape compartment.
Acting MMDA General Manager Jojo Garcia said on Monday that members of the Sidewalk Clearing Operations Group (SCOG) involved in Friday's incident would be tested for drugs because of their response to Romnick Relos' 'provocation.'
An oxygen device, known as a Scog, erupted and caused the doors to close and buckle, trapping Mr Huntrod and two other submariners in the forward escape compartment.
A Self Contained Oxygen Generator, or Scog, blew up trapping both men in the sub which was off Alaska.