The regular med pass for our unit is inmates come to health services unit and line up just outside the health services unit, stick their hand through a 6 x 18 hole in a window; meds are placed in hand and taken. During a fog alert nurses take med carts x4 (180 pounds each) 150 yards one way( up and downhill) and pass meds out on the unit. There are no officers with you but are close by. The narcs are not locked within the cart. I say this is a hostage waiting to happen. Management disagrees and says this is a sound securrity practice. Would like to know changes, if any, at other facilities during a fog alert.