LabAlert provides timely emergency alerts to the lab community via text message on your cell phone. It supplements Level1 and the Public Address system to quickly alert you of emergency conditions.
The service is "opt in". We encourage you to register your personal and/or your lab owned mobile device. You will not receive emergency notifications if you don't opt in. Don't forget to confirm your registration by entering the code you get via txt message. Please note: Google Voice and some carriers' text message plans do not support receipt of "short code" text messages. If you don't receive the validation text message, please check with your carrier.
To register for the service or manage your registration, visit the Registration Website
LabAlert is a joint service of IT, Public Affairs, and EHS.
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- To register or manage your subscription, visit the Registration Website
- If you don't have an active LBL Username/Password, contact the helpdesk as below.
Step 1: Click on the link above.
Step 2: Enter your mobile number (the number on which you would like to receive txt/sms messages)
Step 3: Check your mobile phone for the confirmation code and enter it on the page.
Step 4: You're done. Optionally, you can also opt in to voice messages or personal email messages on that page too. All of these will deliver the same message to you.
- LabAlert FAQ Pages at IT FAQ
- Call the Helpdesk at ext. 4357 (486-4357) between 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
- E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
LabAlert is provided as part of the Berkeley Lab Technology Toolbox at no recharge. However, you may incur text messaging charges from your cell phone provider at the normal rate you pay.