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Hurricane Wilma. Branch Briefing October 29, 2005. Silence All Phones and Pagers. Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones. Thanks for your cooperation. Fire Medical Stress Severe Weather Parking. Safety Briefing. SEOC LEVEL 1 24 Hour Operations.

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Hurricane Wilma

Branch Briefing

October 29, 2005


Please move conversations into esf rooms and busy out all phones

Silence All Phones and Pagers

Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones.

Thanks for your cooperation.


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Fire

Medical

Stress

Severe Weather

Parking

Safety Briefing


Seoc level 1 24 hour operations

SEOC LEVEL124 Hour Operations


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Unified Command EOC Staffing

STATE and FEDERAL COORDINATING OFFICERS

  • Craig Fugate – Scott Morris

    SERT CHIEF

  • Mike DeLorenzo – Justin DeMello

    OPERATIONS CHIEF

  • Dave Bujak – Gracia Szczech

    INFORMATION AND PLANNING CHIEF

  • David Crisp

    LOGISTICS CHIEF

  • Chuck Hagan – Joe Burchette

    FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF

  • Suzanne Adams

    PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER

  • Mike Stone – Nicole Jerger

    RECOVERY

  • Frank Koutnik


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State Coordinating Officer

Craig Fugate

Scott Morris

Up Next – SERT Chief


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SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

Justin DeMello

Up Next – Meteorology


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Meteorology

Ben Nelson


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Sunday 7 PM Weather Map


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Rainfall Forecast: 7 AM Sun – 7 AM Mon


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Rainfall Forecast: 7 AM Mon – 7 AM Tues


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Up Next – Information & Planning


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Information & Planning

David Crisp

Up Next – Operations


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  • Planning Considerations

  • Emergency Workers will be going into Hazardous areas.

  • Sanitation becoming a problem to residents and emergency workers.

  • Post impact services for special needs populations becoming an issue.

  • Electric outages severe in most south Florida Counties.

  • Debris clearance is ongoing.

  • Mass Care operations will be long term.

  • Spot Fuel Outages.

  • Many communities making the transition to recovery.


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Planning Considerations

  • Election on Tuesday in Miami.

  • PODs closing.

  • Major retail outlets coming back on line.

  • There will be a lot of responders in south Florida – communicate – communicate – communicate.

  • Keep the emergency worker safe.

Up Next - Operations


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Operations

David Bujak

Gracia Szczech

Up Next – Emergency Services


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Hurricane Wilma Unified Command IAP #10

Operational Period: 1900 10-28-05 to 1900 10-29-05


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Hurricane Wilma Unified Command IAP #10

Operational Period: 1900 10-28-05 to 1900 10-29-05

Up Next – Emergency Services


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Emergency Services

Up Next – Human Services


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Emergency Services

  • Current Issues

  • ESF 4 & 9

    • Engine Strike Team and Fire Inspectors mobilized (Broward County)

    • Water Tankers mobilized (Collier, Broward, and Monroe Counties)

    • Engine Companies mobilized (Hendry and Monroe Counties)

    • Advance Life Support Units mobilized (Monroe County)

  • ESF 8

    • 4 SpNS shelters are open with a census of 131

    • AHCA assessment teams mobilized in impacted areas

    • Mobile clinics mobilized in support of VA facilities

    • 3 Strike Teams mobilized (Monroe County)

    • 5 DMATs along with Federal Protective Services (FPS) workers mobilized


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Emergency Services

  • Current Issues (continued)

  • ESF 8 (continued)

    • Field Medical Needs Coordination Team mobilized in south Florida

    • 3 HHS Teams mobilized with an HHS Augmentation Team on standby for deployment

    • Federal Forward Team (along with S. Carolina staff) deployed to assist targeted rural areas

    • Coordinating fuel requests for healthcare facilities with ESF 12

  • ESF 10

    • Local and out-of-area HazMat teams mobilized; assessing damage and performing stabilization activities

    • 25 FlaWARN teams assisting water and wastewater facilities

    • EPA addressing Miccosukee Tribe water facilities issues

  • ESF 16

    • 883 State and Local Law Enforcement officers deployed


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Emergency Services

  • Unmet Needs

  • None at this time

  • Future Operations

  • ESF 4 & 9

    • Monitor need for additional resources

  • ESF 8

    • Continue to support ESF 8 operations in affected areas

  • ESF 10

    • State parks cleanup continues with some parks still closed; see ESF 10 for most current list

    • HazMat cleanups continue as needed

    • FlaWARN teams continue to work with water facilities

    • Beach assessments continuing; see ESF 10 for most current assessments

    • ESF 10 coordinating solid waste and debris disposal

  • ESF 16

    • Continue to provide assistance to local law enforcement in impacted areas

    • Anticipate demobilizing out-of-region assets from Ft. Myers Region by Sunday, 11/30

    • Assess and redeploy assets as necessary

Up Next – Human Services


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Human Services

Up Next – ESF 4&9

Up Next – Infrastructure


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Human Services

  • Current Issues

  • ESF 6

    • Shelters. Nine (9) counties have 24 open shelters housing 2,431 individuals. Two (2) additional shelters in 2 counties on stand-by as of 10/28/05.

    • The American Red Cross (ARC) has 30 fixed feeding sites and 57 mobile feeding sites, serving a combined total of 158,103 meals and snacks.

    • The Salvation Army (TSA) has 5 fixed feeding sites and 46 mobile routes being served by 33 canteens, serving a combined total of 89,609 meals and snacks.

    • Southern Baptists have 18 mobile kitchens preparing meals for the above mentioned ARC units.

  • ESF 11

    • 338 trucks of water and 335 trucks of ice delivered to LSAs.

    • 659 additional trucks of water and 346 additional trucks of ice enroute.

    • 3,100 cases of baby food and formula shipped to date. Additional product has been received.

    • 1,180 cases of USDA commodity shipped to date.

    • LSA team at LSA West Palm Beach.


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Human Services

  • Current Issues (continued)

  • ESF 15

    • Recruiting 2000+ volunteers to help staff Disaster Food Stamp Program for Department of Children and Families.

    • Disbursing a Media Alert with information about the volunteer and donation hotline.

    • Volunteer and Donation Hotline is operating from 8A-5P, 7 days a week.

    • Volunteers are starting to staff PODs.

  • ESF 17

    • ESF-17 Incident Command Post (ICP) in Kissimmee at Osceola IFAS Extension Office.

    • Assessment and Response Teams deployed to impacted areas.

    • Contacting County ESF-17 coordinators and industry representatives for damage assessments.

    • State Agricultural Response Teams (SART) partner agencies assisting with damage assessments and response efforts.

    • USDA Farm Service Agency reports severe sugar cane crop damage below Okeechobee.

    • Assisting Palm Beach County with animal needs in Belle Glade area.

    • Assessments of animal shelters and wildlife facilities in the Keys completed. No critical needs at this time.

    • Assessments on the West Coast completed. No critical needs at this time.

    • Feed mills in Okeechobee receiving rail cars of feed for production.


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Human Services

  • Current Issues (continued)

  • Other HS Functions

    • Department of Education: 7 school districts south of I-4 corridor closed.

    • Dept of Children & Families, Dept of Elder Affairs, Agency for Workforce Innovation (AWI) monitoring situation and preparing as appropriate.

    • Community Response Teams and DRC Managers deployed to affected areas for individual and public needs assistance.

  • Unmet Needs

  • ESF 17

    • Fuel shortages reported for veterinary hospitals, animal shelters and dairy producers.


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Human Services

  • Future Operations:

  • ESF 6

    • Continue coordinating the acquisition of resources for distribution to effected communities by TSA and ARC.

  • ESF 11

    • Coordinating deliveries of USDA commodities to state contracted warehouse, ARC, and TSA.

    • Continue to monitor and re-supply LSAs as needed.

  • ESF 15

    • Continue to get donated goods into the pipeline.

    • Continue to work with outside donors for water.

  • ESF 17

    • Complete final assessments.

    • Continue supply and support for Palm Beach and Brevard counties needs.

    • FDACS Ag. Environmental Services evaluating mosquito spraying missions.

Up Next – Infrastructure


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Infrastructure

Up Next – Logistics


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Infrastructure

  • Current Issues

  • ESF1&3

    • FDOT conducting recon and debris clearance missions

    • FDOT maintenance yards (fuel) are operational

    • All airports are open; seaports are open with restrictions

    • 460 traffic generators wired in, 140 more in process

  • ESF2

    • ESF 2 is staffed and operational; recon/field staff deployed

    • Currently deployed 626 cell phones, 25 satellite phones, 9 air-cards, 16 FRS-2 way radios (very short range), 6 Tracstar, 180 POTs, 25 COWs, 16 conference bridge lines (100/40 port)

    • Landline phones outages approx 832,000;

    • Cell Wireless Coverage- Region 4- 90% operational, Region 5- 98% operational, Region 6- 94% operational, and Region 7- 71% operational


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Infrastructure

  • Current Issues

  • FUEL

    • Seventeen (17) Fuel Tankers mobilized in support of LE, security and emergency services

    • Port Everglades electric power restored and open; all racks are operational

    • Four first responder fueling sites being established: Broward-FAU Downtown Ft. Lauderdale Campus & Davie Campus; Palm Beach Gardens Comm. College; and Miami-Dade Comm. College, North Campus…all assets on-scene and pumping fuel; see tracker #2074

    • Fuel recipients must have ID or agency marked vehicle, and be a part of federal/state/local & volunteer Hurricane relief missions (life-saving, life-sustaining and recovery); see tracker # 1962

    • ARF for twelve (12) tenders under tracker #2105; also a mutual aid request broadcast for tenders

  • ELECTRIC

    • FP&L, Co-ops and municipals report that 9,400+ personnel deployed, and out-of-state, Canada and mutual aid crews responding

    • Power outage reports on tracker #380, and detailed Estimated Times of Restoration (ETR) on tracker #390,

    • Approx 1,434,502 customers without electric service


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Infrastructure

  • Unmet Needs

  • Fuel tenders & fuel

  • Future Operations

  • Flood control missions

  • Fuel support missions

  • Telecomm support missions

  • Support emergency services operations

  • Support recovery operations

Up Next – Military Support


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Military Support

Up Next – Logistics


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ESF 13 – Military Support

  • Current Issues

  • 3,381 Soldiers & Airmen on SAD (WILMA)

  • WILMA cost $4,724,170 (as of 28 Oct 05)

  • TF 53: Yellow Zone (Broward, Dade, Palm Beach, Martin, Okeechobee, Glades Counties) with 6 battalions and 1,343 Soldiers

  • TF164: Red Zone (Collier, Hendry Counties) with 2 battalions and 750 Soldiers

  • TF 50: Blue Zone (Monroe County) 2 LSAs (LSA Palm Beach County Fairgrounds, LSA Homestead Air Reserve Base) with 2 battalions and 609 Soldiers

  • Provide SEOC support with ESF 5, ESF 13 & Logistics

  • SERT LNOs in 9 counties, additional LNOs in 3 X FDLE MACs

  • Continue to support PODS in 11 counties

  • AL, GA, and TX EMAC returned to homestation


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ESF 13 – Military Support

  • Unmet Needs

  • None at this time

  • Future Operations

  • Continue to work tasked missions

  • Continue to right-size for current operations

  • Plan and prepare for future requests

Up Next – Logistics


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Logistics

Chuck Hagan

Joe Burchette

Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid


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EMAC Mutual Aid

Up Next – Finance & Administration


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Finance & Administration

Up Next – Public Information


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Finance & Administration

  • Current Issues

  • Continue to purchase supplies and equipment

  • Continue to make arrangements for staff deployment

  • Continue to track costs

  • Unmet Needs

  • None at this time

  • Future Operations

  • Process any purchasing and travel requests

Up Next – Public Information


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Public Information

Up Next – Recovery


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Recovery

Up Next – SERT Chief


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SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo


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Next Briefing

October 29 at 1830

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