Hurricane Florence: Site Closings & Protocol in North Carolina

Published in Emergency Notification

September 17, 4:30pm:

The North Carolina Ames Street Office will be OPEN on Tuesday, September 18.

Staff may have care giving responsibilities (due to school closures, etc.) and will need to remain at home.  Please contact your supervisor regarding your status.

Also, we emphasize DO NOT travel to the office unless you are sure you have safe driving conditions to the office. If you are unsure of road conditions, please check and download: ReadyNC, a mobile application.

The ReadyNC mobile app is an all-in-one tool to help people get ready for everything from traffic jams to hurricanes and ice storms. The app gives information on real-time traffic and weather conditions, river levels, evacuations and power outages.

 

Contract Site Closures:

Please be sure to check your email, communicate with your supervisors, and check this website where we will provide updates regarding announced site closures and the resumption of services.

Please continue to check your email and our website at https://www.servicesource.org/ for status updates regarding building closures.

For government contract sites please stay in direct contact with your supervisor regarding any delays or site closures. We will also be posting a list on our website with updates for open/closures of all government contract sites.

Your safety is paramount, if your site is open please use caution to ensure that you have a safe transportation route to your work site.

 

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ATHD – Hampton Roads VA: Mission Essential

  • As of Monday, September 17, Ft Eustis is open.

 

Cherry Point – MASCP: Mission Essential

  • Base is open, and our associates are moving back and forth. Associates that do not have power or water have been encouraged to come on base to shower. 
  • Steam plant is back on line. 
  • The Pickets have gone to MD as there is no Dialysis in NC. 
  • Breakfast and Dinner Brunch on Sunday have employees serving and performing food sanitation duties.  
  • Breakfast and Dinner brunch is expected to continue through Tuesday for Marines and First Responders.
  • MidRats has been cancelled through Tuesday night, September 18. 
  • The Marines have changed meal service, and they will continue to feed the evacuees – civilians. 
  • The employees that have been on base since Thursday have adapted so well!! They have provided excellent services to civilians who were upset and confused over the situation. Our staff has and continues to perform admirably!

Ft. Bragg Food: Mission Essential

  • Update 9/17-3:15 PM
    • All facilities operational PM staffing A-9, C-10, M-8, X-8, and 35103
  • Update 9/17-11:30 AM
    • All facilities operational AM staffing A-10, C-14, M-9, X-8, and 3-5103 –9

 

NC VA: Mission Essential

  • Hospital is going to remain open
  • ONLY Switchboard operators are expected to come in providing they can safely do so
  • Hay Street operation is closed. Awaiting update.

 

Ft. Eustis Personnel: Mission Essential

  • Monroe Avenue location is not in an evacuation zone.
  • As of Monday, September 17, Ft Eustis is open.

 

IRS Charlotte and Greensboro: Mission Essential

  • The sites are closed from Wednesday, September 12, 2018 – Friday, September 14.

 

Ft. Bragg Grounds: Not Mission Essential

  • Update 9/17 – 3:00pm
  • Storm cleanup is expected to last 1 – 2 weeks.
  • Update 9/17 – 9:00 am
    • PM notified at 7:00 of storm debris on HV contract (2 Hour Response Time from Notification)
    • No damages at office and shop area
    • Small team of 6, staff and employees, along with the QC have reported to work.
    • Notified all employees of regular work schedule starting Tuesday September 18

Ft. Bragg and POPE Mail: Not Mission Essential

  • FT Bragg Mail will be closed Thursday, September 13 and Friday, September 14 due to non-mission essential personnel
  • Site expected to be open Tuesday, September 18

 

NIEHS and EPA: Not Mission Essential

  • NIEHS – ALL SS personnel for the NIEHS operation have reported for work. Campus workforce is staffed approximately 60%.
  • EPA had a tornado warning, staff followed tornado emergency procedure, all was fine. Operation is up and running.

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