Nurse

PICU

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

CICU

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

NICU

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Emergency Department

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Surgical Services

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

2B

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

2 West

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

3 East

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

3 West

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

4 East

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

4 West

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Outpatient

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Specialty Nurses

Code PINK

Specialty Nursing Includes But Is Not Limited To: Clinical Nurse Educators, Advanced Practice Nurses, Nursing Advancement, IV Therapy Nurses, Nursing Informatics

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Nurse Supervisor

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Respiratory

PICU

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

CICU

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

NICU

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Emergency Department

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Surgical Services

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

2B

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

2 West

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

3 East

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

3 West

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

4 East

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

4 West

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Outpatient

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Physician

PICU

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

CICU

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

NICU

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Emergency Department

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Trauma

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Physician Surgical Services

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Gold Team

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Silver Team

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Red Team

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Blue Team

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Anesthesia

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

General Pediatrics

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

All Other Physicians

Code PINK

All Other Physicians Including But Not Limited To: Orthopedics, Diagnostic Referral, Pathology, Primary Care, Developmental Medicine, Genetics, Immunology, Behavioral Health, Endocrinology, Hematology/Oncology, Neurology, Nephrology, Pulmonology, Rheumatology, Weight Management, Rehabilitation, Otolaryngology, Transition Team, Dentistry, Ophthalmology, Urology

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Security

Command Center

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Internal Notification:

  • A code Pink is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code Pink, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code Pink is called by Command Center when a TotGuardTM tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.
  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code Pink" with location and as much patient information as is known.
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code Pink has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code Pink alert and associates located near the location of the Code Pink alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.
  • At Nemours Children's Health or AIDHC locations that are off the AIDHC campus, when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of an abuduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement, then staff shall immediately search the site.
  • The Practice Administrator, AIDHC Command Center, and Administrator On Call shall be notified.by the site manager or designee

External Notification:

  • At AIDHC, once it has been identified that a child has been abducted, or eloped off campus, the senior security leader on site and Nursing Supervisor shall immediately consult and instruct the Command Center to call 911 for law enforcement assistance. Security will coordinate with local law enforcement. The entrance out of the hospital grounds is blocked if directed by local law enforcement.
  • At AIDHC, if has not been identified that a child has been abducted or eloped off campus but a child is missing for more than 30 minutes, the senior security leader and Nursing Supervisor will consult and instruct the Command Center to call 911 for law enforcement assistance. Security will coordinate with local law enforcement. . The entrance out of the hospital grounds is blocked if directed by the local law enforcement agency.
  • At Nemours Children's Health clinic sites located off the AIDHC campus or AIDHC sites located off the AIDHC campus, the site manager or designee contacts 911 and then the Command Center at 53-5555 once it has been determined that a child has been abducted, or eloped off site or is missing for more than 30 minutes.
  • Regardless of location, once it has been identified that a child has been abducted, or eloped off site or is missing for more than 30 minutes the top Hospital Administrative leader and Admininstrator On Call shall be notified by the Command Center. If the event is at N/AIDHC the Nurse Supervisor shall be notified by the Command Center if he/she is not already aware.
  • Hospital Administrator, Administrator On Call, Risk Management On Call Leader, Public Relations On Call Leader shall be notified after resolution occurs or if the event is prolonged (over 30 minutes)

Security Responsibility:

  • One Security Officer should respond immediately to the area from which the child is missing.
  • Security will perform an initial search of the area of the alarm, building and grounds for the child prior to the notification of 911.
  • The Mobile Patrol Officer will respond to the Main Gate and another Security Officer will respond to the Employee Gate. All vehicles should be stopped from exiting the gates and perform cursory checks looking for the missing child. Both Security Officers will ask for and document driver identification and record the make, model, and license plate number of each vehicle
  • Mansion Security will monitor the Main Lobby and Outpatient Lobby using CCTV cameras and ED Security will monitor the ED and Ambulance entrances using CCTV cameras.
  • Security personnel will conduct a search of the hospital property and report findings to the Command Center and Nurse Manager/Nursing Supervisor or their designee.
  • At the direction of Security Management the Mansion Security Officer will activate the Emergency Recall Roster (Disaster Telephone Tree) for additional security personnel to respond.

Termination and Recovery

  • Security, in conjunction with the local law enforcement agencies and the Administrator on call (if applicable), will authorize termination of the Code Pink once the abducted individual has been located, the suspected abduction has been determined to be unfounded or the building and grounds have been thoroughly searched without result and cleared by local law enforcement agency.
  • If child is found and is not abducted, Security is notified and the Command Center announces "CODE PINK All Clear" two (2) times over the fire alarm system speakers and notifies the law enforcement agency as appropriate.
  • If child is found and an abductor is involved, the associate follows at a safe distance, notifies security and provides detailed information about the abductor to Security and the law enforcement allowing law enforcement to take over the investigation
  • After the Code Pink is concluded, an incident report and a CODE PINK critique form is completed by Security.
  • Social Work or designee assists with a debriefing session to discuss the event among all involved staff.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Other Security Personnel

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Internal Notification:

  • A code Pink is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code Pink, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code Pink is called by Command Center when a TotGuardTM tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.
  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code Pink" with location and as much patient information as is known.
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code Pink has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code Pink alert and associates located near the location of the Code Pink alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.
  • At Nemours Children's Health or AIDHC locations that are off the AIDHC campus, when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of an abuduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement, then staff shall immediately search the site.
  • The Practice Administrator, AIDHC Command Center, and Administrator On Call shall be notified.by the site manager or designee

External Notification:

  • At AIDHC, once it has been identified that a child has been abducted, or eloped off campus, the senior security leader on site and Nursing Supervisor shall immediately consult and instruct the Command Center to call 911 for law enforcement assistance. Security will coordinate with local law enforcement. The entrance out of the hospital grounds is blocked if directed by local law enforcement.
  • At AIDHC, if has not been identified that a child has been abducted or eloped off campus but a child is missing for more than 30 minutes, the senior security leader and Nursing Supervisor will consult and instruct the Command Center to call 911 for law enforcement assistance. Security will coordinate with local law enforcement. . The entrance out of the hospital grounds is blocked if directed by the local law enforcement agency.
  • At Nemours Children's Health clinic sites located off the AIDHC campus or AIDHC sites located off the AIDHC campus, the site manager or designee contacts 911 and then the Command Center at 53-5555 once it has been determined that a child has been abducted, or eloped off site or is missing for more than 30 minutes.
  • Regardless of location, once it has been identified that a child has been abducted, or eloped off site or is missing for more than 30 minutes the top Hospital Administrative leader and Admininstrator On Call shall be notified by the Command Center. If the event is at N/AIDHC the Nurse Supervisor shall be notified by the Command Center if he/she is not already aware.
  • Hospital Administrator, Administrator On Call, Risk Management On Call Leader, Public Relations On Call Leader shall be notified after resolution occurs or if the event is prolonged (over 30 minutes)

Security Responsibility:

  • One Security Officer should respond immediately to the area from which the child is missing.
  • Security will perform an initial search of the area of the alarm, building and grounds for the child prior to the notification of 911.
  • The Mobile Patrol Officer will respond to the Main Gate and another Security Officer will respond to the Employee Gate. All vehicles should be stopped from exiting the gates and perform cursory checks looking for the missing child. Both Security Officers will ask for and document driver identification and record the make, model, and license plate number of each vehicle
  • Mansion Security will monitor the Main Lobby and Outpatient Lobby using CCTV cameras and ED Security will monitor the ED and Ambulance entrances using CCTV cameras.
  • Security personnel will conduct a search of the hospital property and report findings to the Command Center and Nurse Manager/Nursing Supervisor or their designee.
  • At the direction of Security Management the Mansion Security Officer will activate the Emergency Recall Roster (Disaster Telephone Tree) for additional security personnel to respond.

Termination and Recovery

  • Security, in conjunction with the local law enforcement agencies and the Administrator on call (if applicable), will authorize termination of the Code Pink once the abducted individual has been located, the suspected abduction has been determined to be unfounded or the building and grounds have been thoroughly searched without result and cleared by local law enforcement agency.
  • If child is found and is not abducted, Security is notified and the Command Center announces "CODE PINK All Clear" two (2) times over the fire alarm system speakers and notifies the law enforcement agency as appropriate.
  • If child is found and an abductor is involved, the associate follows at a safe distance, notifies security and provides detailed information about the abductor to Security and the law enforcement allowing law enforcement to take over the investigation
  • After the Code Pink is concluded, an incident report and a CODE PINK critique form is completed by Security.
  • Social Work or designee assists with a debriefing session to discuss the event among all involved staff.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Administration

Administration

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

Hospital Administrator, Administrator On Call, Risk Management On Call Leader, Public Relations On Call Leader shall be notified after resolution occurs or if the event is prolonged (over 30 minutes)

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Pharmacy

Pharmacy

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Clerk

Clerk/Aides

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Social Work

Social Worker

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.
  • Social Work or designee assists with a debriefing session to discuss the event among all involved staff.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Pastoral Care

Pastoral Care

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Rehab and Therapy Services

Rehab and Therapy Services

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK. If off site, call 911
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Facilities

Facilities

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Clinical Lab

Clinical Lab

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Information Systems

Information Systems

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Nutrition Services

Nutrition Services

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Radiology

X-Ray

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

MRI

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

CT

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Interventional

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Ultrasound

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Health Information Management

Health Information Management

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Human Resource

Human Resources

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Environmental Services

Environmental Services

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Materials Management

Materials Management

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Volunteer Services

Volunteer Services

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Critical Care Transport

Critical Care Transport

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Child Life

Child Life

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Blood Bank

Blood Bank

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

Marketing and Public Relations

Marketing and Public Relations

Code PINK

Hospital Administrator, Administrator On Call, Risk Management On Call Leader, Public Relations On Call Leader shall be notified after resolution occurs or if the event is prolonged (over 30 minutes)

All associates are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.

All Other Associates

All Other Associates

Code PINK

All staff are responsible for helping ensure the safety of patients, families and visitors.

  • A Code PINK is called when personnel become aware of or are otherwise notified of abduction, suspected abduction, missing child or possible elopement.
  • To activate a Code PINK, any Associate can call the emergency response number (53-5555) or alternatively a Code PINK is called by Command Center when a TotGuard tag triggers a sensor at or near an exit or unauthorized area.

Staff Responsibilities

  • On admission to an inpatient unit, a disposable TotGuard band will be placed on the wrist or ankle of the patient being admitted.
  • Inpatient units must immediately check if all their patients are accounted for and then call the Command Center at 53 5555 with results of a census check.
  • Staff should report any suspicious activity by dialing 53 5555
  • If the child is found with a person that is not the child's parents/guardians, try to keep the person in the area only if the child, yourself, visitors and other Associates are not in danger. Do not use force to stop the person from leaving.
  • During an active Code Pink event, discharge of inpatients will be delayed until the event is cleared.

If Code PINK has not activated and you realize that patient is missing:

  • Dial 53 5555 to manually initiate a Code PINK.
  • Provide description of missing patient such as:
  • Gender
  • Age
  • Hair and eye color
  • Approximate weight and height
  • What child is wearing (color and type of clothing including shoes)
  • Command Center announces Code PINK (Sample): Attention - Code PINK. "A 5 year old boy is missing last seen wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and black sneakers. He has blonde hair and weighs about 40 pounds. If you locate him call the Command Center at 53 5555."

Internal Notification

  • The Command Center makes announcement two times via the overhead fire alarm system speakers announcing "Code PINK" with location and as much patient information as is known
  • Any known physical description of the child that is missing and/or potential abductor and all information about the incident will be obtained by security from the area as soon as possible and information conveyed to the Command Center. The pertinent information regarding the child and/or potential abductor's description will be communicated overhead by the Command Center.
  • After announcement of Code PINK has been made, Security will respond to the location of the Code PINK alert and associates located near the location of the Code PINK alert shall monitor pedestrian traffic in these areas for any suspicious activity until the "All Clear" has been announced.
  • A systematic and thorough search of the facility, as necessary, is coordinated by the Security Department.

Refer to the Code PINK & Missing Persons Alert policies for additional guidance.

  • The organization's Code PINK Policy and Missing Person's Policy is located on-line at the Nemours intranet Policy Manager.

Location of the Emergency Management Plan: This 500 page document is physically located in or with Administration, Safety Officer, Emergency Management Officer, and in the Incident Command Code Delta box. A digital link to this plan is available only through the Nemours intranet.