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1. Disaster Recovery and Clean Up You Dont Have to Do It Alone
2. Mike Carroll City of Orlando
Solid Waste Division Manager
3. Should You Prepare for Disaster Recovery? If you are within 200 miles of the Southeast coast (from the Potomac River to Texas)
If you are in a flood prone area
If you are in an area that has had tornados or severe thunderstorms
If you are in an area that has ice storms
If you are near an active fault line
If you have a danger of wildfires
If you have the potential for man-made disaster Not if wild fires are your only likely disaster scenario.Not if wild fires are your only likely disaster scenario.
4. Do You Need Help Preparing? Are you sure you know how big a job you are facing?
Can you clean it all up in less than 2 weeks?
Can you pay for the clean up and disposal without help?
5. What Kind of Help? Planning
FEMA reimbursement assistance
6. Who Can Help? Other jurisdictions
Disaster recovery contractors
Your annual contractors
State emergency management offices
US Corps of Engineers
7. Other Jurisdictions State Departments
DOT, Forestry, etc.
Were they hit?
Do they have excess capacity
Do you have excess staff to support them?
8. Disaster Recovery Contractors Preposition before the disaster
Select with a RFP not a bid
They have a lot of capacity and experience
They will train with you
9. Consulting Firms Planning before disaster
Monitoring of clean up & disposal
They will train with you
10. Annual Contractors Can provide clean up services
street sweepers, tree removal, etc.
You know their work
They know your city
11. State Emergency Management Offices Training for events
Experience in the documentation process
12. US Corps of Engineers At the request of State EOC
Federal Government runs the job
Their pace & priorities
No cash flow issues
13. Federal Government FEMA (Training & Funding)
Incident Command Structure
Debris Management Course
Money goes to the State
Federal Highway Administration
State and Federal aid roads
14. Recipe for Disaster Recovery Plan for disaster recovery
Select and train a Debris Manager
Create a Debris Management FOC
Preposition your help
Train for disasters
Repeat as needed
15. Orlandos Plan Debris Manager & FOC
Debris contractors in place
Phillips & Jordan
Prepositioned monitoring firm
Beck Disaster Recovery
Two training exercises per year
16. This Matters Because ? You want your community restored
You want life to be normal again
You dont want this to cost more than it has to
If you do a good job, YOU can be proud of it for the rest of your life You may not get a parade or a statue, but you can bring your family and show them the state you savedYou may not get a parade or a statue, but you can bring your family and show them the state you saved
17. Thank You and Be Prepared! Mike Carroll
1028 S Woods Ave, Orlando, FL 32805