Emergencies in FacilitiesThe Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) Safety, Security and Parking Department establishes fire and emergency response plans, including evacuation plans and procedures. The Safety, Security and Parking Department also organizes evacuation teams, which are set up by either Agency or floor to function as organizers to facilitate the safe evacuation of those who work in, or visit DCAMM facilities. Evacuation teams, which are picked by DCAMM, consist of a Team Leader, Assistant Team Leader, Area Monitor, Stairwell Monitor, and Handicap (HP) Assistant. Evacuation Team Leaders (ETLs) provide team profile information (number of team members, evacuation routes, number of persons requiring assistance, etc.), which DCAMM maintains and distributes as necessary for both operational and training purposes. The Safety, Security and Parking Department holds evacuation team meetings and training sessions throughout the year.
Security, Safety & ParkingThe Security Department ensures a safe and secure environment for visitors, state building customers, and employees. The Security Department establishes and implements security and safety policies and procedures, provides for emergency response planning, manages contracts for security services and equipment maintenance and repair, provides Photo ID/Access Cards for employees , maintains strict key control, and manages employee parking operations. The best way to contact the Security Department regarding security, safety, or employee parking issues is at this e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The State Transportation Building has 6 conference rooms located in the second floor atrium area. The current schedule for these conference rooms is now available online.
Vendor and Contractor AccessAll vendor and contractor access to DCAMM facilities must be scheduled in advance. Building access for vendors and contractor personnel is via each building loading dock. Businesses needing to arrange access for work in DCAMM facilities should contact the agency or office responsible for that need, and ensure that the agency or office has made the necessary arrangements, prior to the anticipated work date.
Most of our access forms are online and can be found in the "Online Services" module located in the right column of our web pages.
The State Transportation Building uses Property Removal Passes for removal of equipment from the building. Any occupant removing equipment (furniture, computers, etc.) from floors 2-8 must present a signed property removal pass to security. Property removal passes must have an authorized agency signature to be valid. Property removal passes are required 24 hours per day and need to be signed prior to any equipment leaving the building. Failure to show a signed Property Removal Pass can result in the equipment not being allowed to leave the building.
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