FDL STAFF EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM
Much like the Community Alert System this system enables the Fond du Lac Band to deliver critical information to our employees about a wide variety of situations, including campus safety alerts, public health emergencies, campus evacuations, meeting cancellations and office closures.
What FDL Emergency Alert system means to you
Fond du Lac’s new alert system enables Government Officials, to communicate with everyone, in minutes by sending a message through multiple contact methods—including email, text messaging, and phone calls. This is a free service to all community members of the Fond du Lac Reservation. You chooses which alerts you wish to get and how you will receive these updates, and you can update their contact preferences at any time.
What Alerts Can I Get?
Sign Up for Alerts You Care About
You’ll be presented with various alert subscriptions to sign up for. It is strongly suggested to only choose weather alerts you absolutely need, and use the quiet time setting that is offered. Weather alerts will be silenced unless there is a tornado or flood warning issued.
Enter Additional Information
When signing up you will need to provide your Employee ID # (this can be found on both your timecard and pay stub), Division (Human Services, Law Enforcement, or Tribal Administration) and enter the Department you work under. You will also need to identify the Facilities you work out of (Please only sign up for the buildings YOU work in). This will assist us when emergency situations happen within your area. Having your latest contact information in our notification system is the only way to ensure that we can quickly communicate with you in an emergency.
There is no cost to sign up. Emergency and Community Notification is a free service provided be FDL. However, when calls/texts are made to your cell phone, standard charges from your cell provider may apply.
Click the link below to sign up for the FDL Employee Emergency Alert System
EMPLOYEE SIGN-UP (Only available within the Fond du Lac Network)