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All employees are hereby reminded to use extra caution while driving, walking, and cycling while on the NCI-Frederick campus. Drivers should walk for pedestrians, slow down and obey the speed limit, and allow 3 feet when passing cyclists.
Pedestrians should use sidewalks and intersections, make eye contact with drivers, and be cognizant of their surroundings.
Attention all current and potential interested research donors who want to lend an arm to science and contribute
to a special project! Occupational Health Services has a special request for type AB Blood and pre-menopausal
women not on hormones and post-menopausal women not on hormones donors that are willing to participate in donating
blood for a functional study. If you are interested in participating please call OHS at 301-846-1096 or contact
Carolyn Cable 301-846-1486 to schedule orientation to the program, or email email@example.com. Call today and make a difference.
This year, we encourage all federal employees to give to the Combined Federal Campaign. The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is the only authorized solicitation of Federal employees in their workplace on behalf of approved charitable organizations.
Get information on the ways to donate.
Workplace Violence Presentation
On Wednesday March 18th, earn about prevention of workplace violence and response from the NIH Civil Program Coordinator and the NIH Police Department. The presentation is open to all Government and contractor employees, with supervisor approval.
Animal Exposure Program
All employees who will be directly handling laboratory animals at the NCI at Frederick must be enrolled in an
AEP as appropriate for duties and responsibilities. In addition, we are requesting that ALL employees who may
have potential exposure to research animals or animal products complete the following hazard assessment by September
Take the training.
To learn more about programs at Fort Detrick and MWR, visit their site at http://www.detrick.army.mil/calendar.