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Update to security measures at ANMC

November 28th, 2022 by Chelsea Wells

As of this Sunday evening (November 27), the situation resulting in heightened security measures has resolved with no additional unusual activity. Please continue to remain vigilant in your individual efforts to ensure no one is allowed to enter secured areas when you “badge in” or as you leave the building. Thank you for your increased awareness during this time and continued care for our patients and for each other.

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Campus Alert: Parking lot thefts

November 17th, 2022 by ANTHC Security

ANTHC Security has advised that they are working on an investigation of the attempted unauthorized removal of license plates in the parking lot of HCB as well as several “smash and grab” incidents. The suspects fled the ANTHC campus and APD has been contacted.  Stay alert and be aware of your surroundings. – Keep personal and valuable items (purses, garage door openers, checkbook, etc.) out of view and secure if left in vehicles. When walking outside: Report suspicious behavior to Security Dispatch: If there is active criminal activity or immediate …

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2022 Great Alaska ShakeOut photo contest winners

October 24th, 2022 by Laci Michaud

Thank you to those who participated in the Great Alaska ShakeOut for 2022! The ShakeOut is a national emergency drill to help communities prepare for the next large earthquake. One final wrap-up of ANTHC’s ShakeOut was a photo contest for staff participating in the drill. Below are some staff photos practicing the recommended Drop, Cover, and Hold On technique suggested during an earthquake. And the winners of the 2022 ShakeOut photo contest are: Terry Gryting Carrie Nelson Elizabeth Litoff Thank …

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The Great Alaska ShakeOut!

October 20th, 2022 by Lore Olson

Thank you for participating in the 2022 Great Alaska ShakeOut. The ShakeOut is a national emergency drill to identify the following objectives: Allow staff to participate emergency procedures in a simulated, but safe environment. Evaluate the effectiveness of current plans and procedures Identify any areas needed for additional training Assess the communication methods across campus 2022 SHAKEOUT PHOTO CONTESTParticipants in the ShakeOut drill can be entered into a drawing to win fun prizes! There are two ways to be entered …

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2022 Great Alaska ShakeOut: 7 Steps to Earthquake Safety

October 19th, 2022 by Chelsea Wells

To prepare for the Great Alaska ShakeOut (scheduled for tomorrow, Oct. 20, 2022) the following earthquake education materials will help prepare you and your surroundings: PREPARE No one can predict when or where an earthquake will strike, but you can be prepared before the next big one hits. The following earthquake preparation tips take a few hours to create a plan and organize supplies that will keep you safer. Step 1: Secure Your SpaceSecure your space by identifying hazards and securing moveable items. Step …

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2022 Great Alaska ShakeOut: Drop-Cover-Hold on!

October 19th, 2022 by Lore' Olson

Today’s earthquake education material is Drop-Cover-Hold on! In most situations, if you feel shaking or get an earthquake alert, immediately: DROP where you are, onto your hands and knees. This position protects you from being knocked down and reduces your chances of being hit by falling or flying objects. COVER your head and neck with one arm and hand. If a sturdy table or desk is nearby, crawl underneath for shelter. If no shelter is nearby, crawl next to an interior wall. …

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2022 Great Alaska ShakeOut: Be better prepared to survive and recover!

October 18th, 2022 by Chelsea Wells

Mark your calendars! ANTHC will be participating in the Great Alaska ShakeOut drill on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022. The ShakeOut is a yearly event where millions participate worldwide in earthquake drills and preparedness at work, school or home. This is also a good time to brush up on our readiness by reviewing ANTHC Emergency Plans. Practicing earthquake drills and preparedness is important as Alaska is located in the most seismically active state in the United States. The state is home …

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ANMC Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) – NEW QR Code

October 4th, 2022 by Lore Olson

The QR code is intended for quick and easy access to the ANMC Emergency Operations Plan via phone or other device. Staff can also still access the plan by navigating to the ANTHC homepage and clicking on Policies. Departments who elect to keep a paper copy version of the plan should ensure that they have the most current version (v. 9/29/2021) . If you chose not to keep a paper copy of the plan and prefer to direct staff to …

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ANTHC Emergency Alert Notification System

December 13th, 2021 by Lore Olson

Did you know that ANTHC has its own emergency alert notification system? In the next coming weeks, ANMC Emergency Management will initiate a “test” alert to ensure we are reaching our staff with rapid and efficient communications. And as an employee of ANTHC, it is important that you receive these alerts in order to be aware of any emergency occurring on the ANTHC campus. All staff are encouraged to sign up or “opt in” to receive ANTHC’s Emergency Alert notifications. …

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Individual Exit Plan

October 5th, 2021 by Chelsea Wells

Due to current staffing levels on campus, the Floor Monitor Program is being suspended and all staff will respond on an individual basis. The following actions will apply if the alarm sounds: -Remember R.A.C.E. Rescue– anyone needing assistance if it is safe to do so. Alarm– If you see a fire before the system activates, pull the alarm and call 729-1111. Confine– Close all windows and doors as you evacuate. Exit/Extinguish– Exit and assemble in you assigned area. Only those …

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ANMC Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) – Updated v.7/9/21

July 14th, 2021 by Lore Olson

The ANMC Emergency Operations Plan was recently updated to version 7/9/21 (previous version dated 3/18/21). As a reminder, the EOP is accessible electronically under Policies on the ANTHC Homepage. If you are keeping a hard copy in your department, please ensure that you update your binder to the most current version. If you choose not to keep a hard copy of the EOP in your departments, it is recommended to insert the one page instructional sheet on how to access …

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ANMC Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) — UPDATED

February 15th, 2021 by Lore Olson

The ANMC Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) has recently undergone a revision (v. 2/13/21). You will notice a new look and some added content. As a reminder, the EOP is accessible electronically under Policies. If you are keeping a hard copy in your departments, please ensure that you update your binder to the most current version. If you choose not to keep a hard copy of the EOP in your departments, it is recommended to insert the one page instructional sheet …

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ANMC Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) is going electronic!

January 11th, 2021 by Lore Olson

The ANMC Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) is now accessible on MediRegs/Policies. This change will help to ensure that the most current plan is available to staff. To access the EOP, click on the ‘Policies’ icon from “shortcuts” on the Hub. From there you can use the keywords‘ emergency operations’ to search for the EOP and all supporting plans to the EOP such as; the Crisis Childcare Plan, the Minor Care Overflow Plan, and the Point of Dispensing Plan. As new plans …

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