Alert Procedure

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Alert procedure information and guidelines

Code Green

The normal operating procedure. There is no threat to the ship, nor crew.

Condition Description
Chain of command Captain -> Ranking Department Head -> Supervisory roles (Quartermaster) -> Standard Crew
Weapons and Armor Open carrying disadvised (especially lethal weaponry) Kevlar vest and helmet or equivelant advised for security.
Discipline Follow due process.
Secure and High Security Areas Secure areas are unlocked and accessible. Access to high security areas permitted for all authorized personnel.
Medical Standard practice.
Engineering Standard practice. (See: Atmospherics, Power and station repair.)
Rules of engagement Engage with the minimum required force to subdue a target, dependent on their threat and level of compliance. De-escalation prioritised.

Code Blue

Elevated alert status. Ongoing, known, or suspected security threat to vessel or crew, or another security emergency.

Condition Description
Chain of command Captain -> Head of Security -> Ranking Department Head -> Supervisory roles (Quartermaster) -> Standard Crew (captain advised to defer to HOS on security matters.)
Weapons and Armor Lethal and non-lethal weapons may be worn openly by authorized personnel. Body armor is mandatory wear for security personnel, and authorized for all other personnel. Helmets are recommended for security personnel.
Discipline Security personnel required to report to supervisor for orders. Arrests and searches may be performed at discretion of security personnel.
Secure and High Security Areas Secure areas are can be left unlocked unless there is a known threat to that area. High security areas should be locked.
Medical Binary suit sensor setting at a minimum is highly recommended. EVA suit wear recommended for emergency responders.
Engineering EVA suit wear suggested for engineers. Emergency internals should be easily accessible for all personnel.
Rules of Engagement Engage with the minimum required force to subdue a target, dependent on their threat and level of compliance.

Code Red

Emergency alert status. There are multiple major emergency situations ongoing, or a severe security emergency.

Condition Description
Chain of command Captain -> Appropriate Departmental Head -> Other Department Head -> Supervisory roles (Quartermaster) -> Standard Crew (Captain advised to defer to appropriate heads on fitting matters.)
Weapons and Armor Body armor, helmet, and weapon heavily advised for security. Open carry of weapons permitted for all authorized personnel.
Discipline Arrests and searches may be performed at discretion of security personnel. Arrests of Officers permitted at discretion of security personnel. All personnel, including security staff, should obey relevant instruction from emergency services who are attending their emergency situations.
Secure and High Security Areas Secure areas should be locked. High security areas should remain locked.
Medical Full suit sensors are heavily advised. EVA suit wear heavily advised for emergency responders.
Engineering EVA suit wear heavily advised for all engineers. Emergency internals heavily advised for all personnel.
Rules of Engagement Engage with the minimum required force to subdue a target, dependent on their threat and level of compliance, as security staff.

Code Violet

Elevated alert status. There is a serious viral outbreak, many personnel are injured or dead, or another major medical emergency.

Condition Description
Chain of command Captain -> Chief medical officer -> Ranking Department Head -> Supervisory roles (Quartermaster) -> Standard Crew (captain advised to defer to CMO on medical matters.)
Discipline Follow due process. Non-medical personnel should ensure they aren’t getting in any medical staff’s way, and should obey relevant instructions from medical personnel, such as leaving an area, remaining in quarantine, or assisting in rescue efforts if capable.
Medical Medical personnel should report to supervisor for orders. EVA equipment recommended for emergency responders, if relevant. Suit Sensors are advised to be set to the highest possible level. All personnel should ensure they have a functioning emergency air supply.

Code Yellow

Elevated alert status. The ship has suffered severe damage, the supermatter is delaminating/has delaminated/is ejected, the singularity is loose, there is a major fire, an incoming meteor storm, or another major engineering emergency.

Condition Description
Chain of command Captain -> Chief engineer -> Ranking Department Head -> Supervisory roles (Quartermaster) -> Standard Crew (captain advised to defer to CE on engineering matters.)
Discipline Follow due process. Non-engineering personnel are advised to evacuate any affected areas, and should obey relevant instruction from engineering personnel, such as an order to evacuate or stay in an area.
Medical Suit Sensors recommended to be set to the highest possible level. All personnel should ensure they have a functioning emergency air supply.
Engineering Engineering personnel should report to supervisor for orders. EVA suits recommended.
Evacuation The ship should be evacuated if the damage is not feasibly repairable without great loss of life, if not evacuating would result in total loss of crew, or if damage is so severe that breakup is imminent.

Code Delta

Maximum alert status. Station self destruct activated or destruction imminent. Evacuation procedures strongly advised. All crew and passengers must be evacuated.

Condition Description
Chain of command Captain -> Ranking Department Head -> Supervisory roles (Quartermaster) -> Standard Crew
Weapons and Armor All personnel are allowed to carry weaponry openly. Armour heavily advised for all staff.
Discipline All staff should report to their supervisor for orders. Summary punishment permitted (Necessary execution).
Secure and High Security Areas Unsecured as needed to facilitate evacuation and retrieval of sensitive materials.
Rules of Engagement Lethal force is authorised at the discretion of security personnel or in self defence.
Evacuation Evacuation procedures should be initiated immediately