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Hurricane Irma Weather Update

9/11/2017 8:00:00 PM

 
   

Now that the worst of Hurricane Irma is behind us, Cox wants to ensure all employees continue to keep safety top-of-mind. Please use your best judgement as you make plans to travel to the Cox Campus on Tuesday. If you have a personal concern due to your commute or school closings, contact your manager to make telecommuting arrangements. An updated list of school, college and university closings can be found at WSBTV.com.

The Cox Campus will be open tomorrow with all services available including the Cox Dining Centers, fitness centers and Cox Shuttle service and will remain open during normal business hours.

Cox recognizes many of our employees will be dealing with the aftermath of this hurricane for many weeks and months ahead, and you can play a part in helping them get back to normal. The Cox Employee Relief Fund (CERF) offers help to our employees when they need it most. Visit CoxRelief.com to donate to CERF or to apply for assistance.

Also, Cox offers additional resources through Magellan, where Cox employees, friends and loved ones can find resources regarding how to deal with natural disasters and other support services.

Please continue to stay safe and check our LiveSafe app, coxalert.com, WSBTV.com, WSBRadio.com, B985.com, KISS104FM.com and 971TheRiver.com for additional information.


Posted by Cox Enterprise Security


Hurricane Irma Weather Update

9/11/2017 11:00:00 AM

 
   

 

Hurricane Irma, which was downgraded to a tropical storm, is making its way across metro Atlanta with wind gusts expected to reach up to 55 mph. High winds and possible tornadoes will continue to be a threat throughout today and tomorrow. Heavy rain is also likely, so area roads may become flooded and include debris.

While the Cox Campus remains open with limited operations, please plan to leave the campus by 12:00 noon today. Dining rooms will be providing a limited menu service with only the grill and deli stations open. Contact your manager to confirm your early departure and telecommuting arrangements. As you plan your commute today, please keep your safety top-of-mind.

Also, please be sure to download the LiveSafe app, which is primarily how Enterprise Security will communicate and send important updates to you during a severe weather event. Click here for download instructions. If you manage a contractor, please pass along this information as they do not receive these emails. Let them know that they can access the LiveSafe app and encourage them to download it.

 

Further notices, if required, will be posted to the LiveSafe app, coxalert.com, WSBTV.com, WSBRadio.com, B985.com, KISS104FM.com and 971TheRiver.com. We will continue to monitor local conditions and keep you updated as needed.

Posted by Cox Enterprise Security


Hurricane Irma Weather Update

9/10/2017 12:43:00 PM

 
   

 

 As you plan for your commute tomorrow morning, please remember your safety is our first priority.

Hurricane Irma is expected to arrive in the metro Atlanta area as a tropical storm early Monday morning (around 6 a.m.), with sustained winds of 35-40 mph and gusts up to 50-55 mph. Winds will continue to be a threat throughout the day and through Tuesday. Three to seven inches of rain is possible, so area roads may become flooded and include debris. 

 

Due to expected high winds, there is also a potential for tornadoes, so please keep informed as the storm approaches to be prepared for whatever comes our way. Please visit www.coxalert.com for general tips on how to prepare for a storm.

 

The Cox Campus will be open tomorrow with services available – including the Cox Dining Centers, fitness centers and Cox Shuttle service – and will remain open during normal business hours. Please use your best judgement as you make plans to travel to the Cox Campus on Monday. If you have a personal concern due to your commute or school closings, please contact your manager to make telecommuting arrangements. An updated list of school, college and university closings can be found at www.wsbtv.com.

 

Also, please be sure to download the LiveSafe app, which is primarily how Enterprise Security will communicate and send important updates to you during a severe weather event. Click here for download instructions. If you manage a contractor, please pass along this information as they do not receive these emails. Let them know that they can access the LiveSafe app and encourage them to download it.

 

Further notices, if required, will be posted to the LiveSafe app, coxalert.com, WSBTV.com, WSBRadio.com, B985.com, KISS104FM.com and 971TheRiver.com. We will continue to monitor local conditions and keep you updated as needed.


Posted by Cox Enterprise Security


Cyber Safety Tips

The saying, “crime never sleeps” is as relevant today as it’s ever been. That’s why as Cox employees, we need to be aware of everyday dangers, but also stay alert when it comes to cyber scams and online threats.

To keep you updated on the best ways to remain safe at home and work, select a link below and follow the helpful tips:

Click here to find more tips for staying safe online. 

Posted by Cox Corporate Security