safety

Nationwide alert tests for both the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) and Emergency Alert System (EAS) will take place on Oct. 3 starting at 1:18 p.m. CDT. The Federal Emergency Management Agency will issue the WEA test on all compatible cell phones. The WEA test will be followed by an EAS test approximately two minutes later. The WEA test is a free message sent directly to cell phones and features a special tone and vibration. The test message will read “THIS… More »

ESH&Q – Quality Assurance and Cybersecurity would like to call attention to the fact that, at an alarming and increasing rate, counterfeit items are being sold online. Please take care when making online purchases. For more on this, view this two-minute news story https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/video/beware-counterfeit-goods-being-sold-online-1307518019795?v=raila

Spring is here, and the wildlife on site are looking for burrows, sandy soils, nests and nesting material to create habitat to raise their young. As you drive, please be considerate of these birds, reptiles, amphibians and other animals as they move about the site and cross roadways to accomplish their mission.  

Warmer weather, baby bison and frequent school field trips bring more visitors to Fermilab, including Wilson Hall’s 15th floor. Here are a few items to remember as we welcome people to our beautiful site this spring and summer: If you see visitors in and around Wilson Hall, direct them to the atrium front desk so they can check in and learn about what do and see at the lab. Avoid overcrowding Wilson Hall elevators. The maximum capacity for each elevator… More »