NASA Glenn to Test Outdoor Siren and Public Address System
CLEVELAND -- NASA's Glenn Research Center will test its outdoor mass notification and public address system at Lewis Field on Saturday, May 30, between 10 a.m. and noon. During this period, several tests will be conducted of the warning siren and voice messaging system. Each test will last 3-5 minutes.
While the warning system is meant to alert center employees in the event of an emergency, the sound may also be audible in the neighborhoods surrounding the center.
Glenn's outdoor mass notification system is used to warn employees and visitors of severe weather, workplace incidents and emergencies.
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