NCI at Frederick Campus Map
When you dial 911 from your office/laboratory phone, the call is received by the Frederick County Dispatcher. The NIH Police, EHS Protective Services and Safety personnel are notified of the call as well.
When a 911 call is placed from your cell phone while on the NCI at Frederick campus, Protective Services receives a broadcast from the Emergency Services scanner that an ambulance/fire truck/police are being dispatched.
8560 Progress Drive, Frederick, MD 21701
Assembly area is located on the concrete walkways between the employee (North) entrance and employee parking lot.
When you dial 911 from your office/laboratory phone or your cell phone, the call is received by the Frederick City Dispatcher. Always follow up afterwards with a call to ATRF Security desk to relay the information. This is needed to prepare Security to open any gates prior to the arrival of Emergency Response vehicles.
When the fire alarm sounds, immediately exit the building and move to the assembly location. Do not return to the building until you have been given an all-clear message. Prepare for a fire emergency by doing the following:
Prepare for weather emergencies, including snow, ice, tornados, and hurricanes, by doing the following:
Widespread, extended power outages may occur due to:
To receive emergency alerts, sign up for the ALERT Frederick County Notification System.
Visit the National Hurricane Center to track all Active Atlantic Cyclones.
Visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to view guidelines about extreme heat and your health.
To view the current heat stress index for Fort Detrick, visit http://www.detrick.army.mil/ih/ehhot.cfm.
Maryland DHMH Heat Emergency Pamphlet
Sign up for ALERT Frederick County.
Prepare yourself for emergencies by visiting Ready Frederick County.
To view the weekly themes for National Preparedness Month visit http://www.ready.gov/september.
Power outages cause disruption and potential threats to personal safety and to the research mission. Many areas have backup power capability, either battery powered uninterruptable power supplies (UPS), or emergency generators. Most electrical systems, however, are not connected to backup power. Do not assume that all equipment will have backup power during a power outage.
For more information, read our Emergency Preparedness Plan, Appendix G, Annex A - Power Outage Plan.
All employees are responsible for notifying their supervisors, the Protective Services or their human resources representative of any act or threat of violence in the workplace that employees have witnessed, been told about, or been involved with personally. Management staff is responsible for immediately contacting Protective Services or the human resources representative.
Get more information on workplace violence situations.
If you SEE something, SAY something.
To report suspicious activity, contact your local law enforcement agency. Describe specifically what you observed, including:
If you observe suspicious activity on campus, report it to Protective Services. NCI at Frederick: 301-846-1091, ATRF: 301-228-49901