Primary function of a Protective Services Officer is to prevent loss to our scientific community. This includes loss of research due to the malfunction of equipment or utility related problems. To accomplish this in a manner, and to help officers in the performance of their duties, written standard operating procedures have been established and followed.
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To save time you can print out the card key form, fill it out, and bring to Protective Services
Cardkey Form 023 used by contractor employees for cardkey access after-hours, or
Cardkey Form 028 used by government employees to receive both cardkey and ID.
EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT CROSSWALKS
It’s no secret that the numerous roads on the Ft. Detrick campus are heavily traveled on a daily basis. In addition, pedestrian traffic from one building to another makes entering crosswalks a potentially dangerous situation. This article will provide guidelines on the responsibilities of both pedestrians and drivers in regards to crosswalks.
For more information, call Protective Services 301-846-1091
EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT PASSENGER SHUTTLE SERVICES
Is Your Scientific Alarm Call-In list Accurate?
The primary function of Protective Services Officers is to prevent loss to the NCI-Frederick scientific community. This includes loss of research due to malfunctioning freezers, refrigerators, and other equipment. To help officers in their performance of their duties Scientific Alarm Call-In List cards are posted on these units. These cards list the names and phone numbers of individuals responsible for the contents of the equipment.
Unfortunately, it has been found that many of these cards contain erroneous information. From incorrect phone numbers to listing individuals who are no longer employed on campus, this misinformation may result in lengthy delays in responding to the problem. Valuable research may be lost while attempts are made to locate responsible individuals.
Each year Protective Services provides Building Managers with over 2,500 Scientific Alarm Call-In List cards that need to be reviewed for accuracy. When employees resign or are terminated, Protective Services provide reports that request the names and phone numbers of those individuals who will replace them. Unless Protective Services receives these revised lists back from the Building Manager (who must first obtain the information from the various laboratory departments), the Scientific Alarm Call-In List cards become outdated quickly.
Please take the time to review the Call-In cards posted on your equipment. Notify your Building Manager if changes are required. Help Protective Services Officers perform their duties more effectively by providing us with current information.