phone line available to staff
the anniversary of last years terrorist attacks passes,
staffers should bear in mind that they can call the institutions
crisis phone number (extension 1100) to find out about UCAR and
NCAR security alerts, building closures, or other emergencies.
A recording contains information about any disruptions to the
Any time theres breaking news that
youve become aware of and are wondering whether it has any
effect on our institution, you should call in, explains
Steve Sadler, director of Safety Site Services.
The phone line was launched two years ago, when
the Pearl Street offices were closed several times because of
natural gas leaks. It was updated regularly in the aftermath of
the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, as staffers were kept apprised
of security procedures. The crisis recording will likely be updated
again this month because Steve is planning to increase security
patrols around Sept. 11. (The beefed-up security presence will
be subtle, and both ML and FL are expected to remain open to the
For those wondering, the voice on the crisis line
recording belongs to Liz Kriete of SaSS. She has a real
calm phone voice, very calm and succinct, Steve explains.
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NCAR Library offers a potpourri of products
new buildings: UCAR purchases Center Green
twonew Delphi coordinators
UCAR/NCAR leads Boulders Bike-to-Work Day
new version of CCSM aids in climate analysis
Profile: Terri Cantrell
a family tradition