Emergency Information for Impacted Northrop Grumman Employees
Emergency Information for Impacted Northrop Grumman Employees
This following information is intended for Northrop Grumman employees impacted by regional, national or international emergencies.
In the Event of Severe Weather, Wildfires, Natural Disasters or Other Situations
Please follow the guidance of local authorities. If you are instructed to evacuate, do so promptly.
Hurricane-related Crisis Guidance from ComPsych
When a crisis emerges, NGCare’s partner, ComPsych, provides Northrop Grumman employees with timely information. The Guidance Resources Online home page provides breaking news and information on health crises, natural disasters on the alert section (bell icon on the top right of the page.)
Users can call Northrop Grumman’s dedicated line at 800-982-8161 or log on to the site for the following updates:
- Evacuation routes
- School and road closures
- Open child care centers and gas stations
- Government alerts
- Safety-related informational help sheets before, during and after a disaster
- Links to other online resources
Site visitors can also opt-in or state that they want to receive special news announcement emails.
GuidanceNow Mobile App
Employees and families can download the GuidanceNowSM, app that provides one-click capability to reach our Northrop Grumman-dedicated phone number and access mobile-specific features such as click-to-call (to dial a phone number) and location-based mapping.
Create username/password and using the Web ID: NGCare
It’s a good idea to update your personal contact information in Workday, accessible on the Northrop Grumman network. The company uses an emergency messaging tool, Everbridge, to connect with employees before, during and after an emergency. Everbridge will text or call you at the contact phone number you provide in Workday, so ensure your information is up to date.
Also, program 855-229-6544 into your cell phone as “Northrop Grumman Alert System” to help you quickly recognize calls from the Everbridge system.
Finally, save the Emergency Information Line – 800-995-4318 – in your phone now. You can call this number 24/7 for facility updates (option 2) and information about emergency assistance (listen for prompts). Add this number to your phone now so it is readily available if you need it.
In the Event of an Actual Emergency
Affected-area employees are encouraged to call the Emergency Information Line at (800) 995-4318 for the most up-to-date facilities status information and possible alternate work arrangement guidance during severe weather conditions or other natural/man-made emergencies.
Safety is a top priority at Northrop Grumman. Please take the necessary precautions to prepare and always follow the guidance of local authorities. If instructed to evacuate, do so promptly.
For the latest weather conditions in your area, go to www.weather.gov.
Note: The company uses Everbridge to connect with employees before, during and after an emergency. Everbridge will text or call you at the contact phone number you provide in Workday. Ensure your information is up to date.
Northrop Grumman Emergency Information Line For Facilities Updates (800) 995-4318
Northrop Grumman Employee Assistance Program (EAP) For Employees and Family Members (800) 982-8161
Northrop Grumman Benefits and Savings (800) 894-4194
Employee Support of the American Red Cross Annual Disaster Responder Program
Northrop Grumman employees may support the American Red Cross through the Annual Disaster Responder Program, providing a reliable funding base for disaster relief services. Our contributions help ensure that the Red Cross can be on the scene of a disaster at a moment’s notice.
Employees may support the American Red Cross directly in a number of ways:
- Donate online via the American Red Cross/Northrop Grumman giving portal
- Make payroll deductions to the American Red Cross throughout the year via the Employees Charity Organization (ECHO)
- Donate blood – www.redcrossblood.org
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
American Red Cross
Find an Open Shelter
National Weather Service
National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Hurricanes – Eight Tips to be Ready (PDF)
Hurricanes – Recovering from Hurricane or Flood (PDF)
Hurricanes – Emotional Resilience After Disaster (PDF)
Wildfire Handbook (PDF)
Working With Insurance Companies and Personal Finances After a Disaster (PDF)
Recovering Emotionally From a Disaster (PDF)
Preparing for a Hurricane (PDF)
What to Do When I’m Told to Evacuate
Safety and Recovery After a Hurricane
Staying Safe After a Hurricane
Tips for Avoiding Home Wind Damage
Assisting People With Disabilities During a Disaster
Financial Tips for Recovering from Natural Disasters
Preparing an Alzheimer Patient for an Emergency
Beware of Potential Internet-Based Scams and Viruses Related to Regional, National or International Emergencies
Northrop Grumman employees should be acutely aware of the immediate potential for scams and viruses related to regional, national or international emergencies (such as hurricanes, fires, floods, severe storms, earthquakes or terrorist attacks) posted on the Internet.
After similar situations in the past, e-mails and websites claim to contain exclusive video of the disaster or to solicit donations for the disaster relief efforts. The e-mails often included malicious code that attempted to infect computers with viruses, spyware or Trojan horses. Other e-mails appeared to be legitimate donation requests but were in reality phishing attacks that directed users to a malicious server that collected credit card numbers, PayPal logins and personal information.
There are reports of questionable relief fund sites already available on the Internet. Numerous recent disaster items are also available on eBay, including domain names that sound like disaster relief fund sites. Many of these auctions claim that a portion of the proceeds will go to the disaster relief efforts.
These kinds of scams and attacks seek to take advantage of our charity and our curiosity. The most successful of them look professional and legitimate. They can appear to be identical to authentic relief fund sites. Take your time to carefully consider disaster-relief solicitations before giving. The best protection against these attacks and scams is to donate directly to reputable charitable organizations.
If you receive any questionable e-mails, do not reply.