Emergency Management

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The mission of the Emergency Management Department is to develop, implement, and manage the Navy's premiere installation all-hazard emergency management program  capable of preparing for, responding to, recovering from, and mitigating against both natural  and man-made events to protect personnel, sustain critical missions, and restore essential missions within the NSA Mid-South area of responsibility.
                           
In the event of an emergency onboard NSA Mid-South, dial 911.

Be Informed > Have a Plan > Make a Disaster Kit

Hazards
The midsouth is vulnerable to many natural and manmade hazards.  Click on the hazards below for additional information:

Flooding
Thunderstorms
Tornadoes
Winterstorms
Earthquakes
                
Pandemic                  
Hazardous Material              
Terrorism

 

  
Emergency Preparedness
Be Informed - Make a Disaster Kit - Create a Familty Disater Plan

Helpful Links
Ready Navy   
Ready.gov
FEMA

Contact Information

Emergency Management Officer
901-874-5119

Dispatch/Emergency Operations Center Manager
901-874-5765

Dispatch/Emergency Operations Center Supervisor
901-874-5738

EM IT Support
901-874-5749

Dispatch Center (Non-Emergency)
901-874-5533
901-874-5534

Department Fax
901-874-5754

Effective immediately, all emergency notification announcements onboard NSA Mid-South will be preceded by a high-low alert tone (European police siren). Upon hearing the alert tone, upon hearing the high-low siren, all personnel are to immediately seek additional information through one of the following methods:

  * Announcement made on Giant Voice (external notification speakers)

  * Email and/or popup on AtHoc Wide Area Alert Network

  * Emergency Hotline Telephone: (901) 874-7474

  * Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/NSAMidSouth

Please contact the Emergency Management Department 874-5749 or 874-5119 to verify that you are registered on the AtHoc wide area alert network system.

The external notification system (MadahCom) will be tested every Wednesday at 1500.

 

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