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Hurricane Michael Safety Alert 

 

If you notice structural damage, or encounter standing water around any of the buildings, please report it to the Installation and Environment Division, Environmental Branch, at 229-639-5643.

 

Movie specials

 

Starting in November, all Thursday movie showings will feature $3 Thursdays (adult tickets). Small popcorn and large drink combo is also $3. Child tickets are $1.50. This promotion is open to anyone with base access. For more information, please contact 229-639-5227.

 

Bowling Center hours

Beginning Nov. 3, the Bowling Center located inside of Town & Country Restaurant will be open on Saturdays from 12 to 5 p.m. $4 per Game per person or $20 per Lane per hour, Includes shoe rental.  Pin City Bar & Grill’s hours will be 12 to 5 p.m. as well. This service is open to anyone with base access. For more information, please contact 229-639-5227. 

SafetyGram (Flu Shot)

 

Here are some tips to keep you and your family healthy this flu season. Click the link below to see how to keep you and your family healthy this flu season:

https://www.albany.marines.mil/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=rE0jaoe9T60%3d&tabid=6752&portalid=75&mid=13937

For more information, call 229-639-6215. 

Open Season Health Benefits Fair

 

Open enrollment will begin Nov. 12, 2018 and end Dec. 10, 2018. For more information, please contact Stacy Haire, HR Department 229 639-5255.

 

Outdoor Movie Night

 

Join us on the lawn of Covella Pond to enjoy a family friendly movie with popcorn, cotton candy and toasted marshmallows (free for the kids) on November 16 at 6 p.m. The Single Marine Program will also have cook-out food available for purchase. The event is open to anyone with base access. For more information, please call 229-639-5268.  

 

MCLB Albany transitions to a new access control system

Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany is transitioning to a new government owned access control system called Defense Biometric Identification System (DBIDS). DBIDS is already installed at more than 320 sites with approximately 5 million registered personnel; and unlike previous systems, DBIDS is a free service. This new and enhanced system will replace RAPIDGate for contractors and other non-DoD-affiliated personnel requiring installation access.  There is no change or action required for Common Access Card (CAC), dependent, reserve, or retiree ID card holders. Existing contractor/vendor credentials will be accepted during the transition period; however, all will be replaced with a new DBIDS credential not later than April 1, 2019.  New contractor/vendor requests for a DBIDS credential can be made using the same vetting requirements as previously required using the existing base access form. After April 1, 2019, all contractors will be required to have a DBIDS credential in order to gain access to the installation.  To reduce wait time when exchanging your existing contractor/vendor credential, it is highly recommended each approved applicant pre-register at https://dbids-global.dmdc.mil/enroll#!/.  Trusted Agents will be providing transition guidance for existing contractor/vendor credentials using a phasing plan.

Here's what you need to know:

      CURRENT DOD ID CARD HOLDERS 

 

  • If you currently hold a valid CAC, dependent ID card, reserve ID card, or retiree ID card, issued by the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS), no further action is required.

  • You will be automatically enrolled in DBIDS when your ID card is initially scanned at the gate.  Expect a one-time delay of 3-6 seconds as the DBIDS system initially registers your information.  

     

    CURRENT CONTRACTORS       

  • Beginning October 1, 2018, existing contractor/vendor credential card holders will be required to present a signed copy of the base access extension letter to the gate sentry, along with the existing contractor/vendor credentials, to gain access to the installation.

  • DBIDS credentials are already being issued.

  • DBIDS credentials will be valid for the duration of your contract, or up to one year. Re-vetting of individuals’ information will occur each year.

  • After employment suitability is established, all MCLB Albany contractors will be able to obtain their DBIDS card at the Pass and Identification Office in Building 3010.

    NEW CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEES

 

  • DBIDS credentials will be issued beginning September 17, 2018.

  • New contractors requiring access for more than 60 days will receive a DBIDS credential, valid for length of the contract (up to one year).

  • New contractors requiring access for fewer than 60 days will receive a DBIDS temporary paper pass. 

     

    REMINDER:

All personnel being issued a DBIDS credential will also be required to provide a second valid U.S. government form of identification listed on the I-9 form provided by the trusted agent.  Beginning September 17, 2018, DBIDS credentials will be issued or exchanged in place of a current contractor/vendor credential.  The last day current contractor/vendor credentials will be authorized for entry onto the installation is April 1, 2019. Current CAC holders can get more information at https://dbids.dmdc.mil/#!/resources If you have questions regarding the replacement of a contractor/vendor credential for DBIDS, or you are a new contractor seeking enrollment in DBIDS, please call the Pass and Identification Office at 229-639-5100/5150/5200.    

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Field Day Safety Video

Field Day is a Marine Corps tradition that is conducted weekly to uphold good order and discipline. For many Marines living in the barracks, Field Day is crucial to developing good housekeeping habits that can carry on for the rest of their lives. 
 

This video brings attention to a separate aspect of Field Day; numerous false fire alarms that occur during Field Day at MCLB Albany.

 

Here are four safety rules Marines should keep in mind: 

 

1) Do not smoke or vape in your room.

2) Be careful when cleaning around fire alarms. Alarms can be triggered when hit.

3) Exercise extreme caution when cooking in your rooms. Too much smoke will set off the fire alarm.

4) Do not ignore fire alarms, Marines! Evacuate the building immediately. Utilize the fire escape plans that are in place.

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