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Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency. Puerto Rico Catastrophic Events. Earthquake and Tsunami Catastrophic Plans. Marie E. González Emergency Operations Planner Region II Caribbean Area Division. Puerto Rico Trench.

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Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency

Puerto Rico Catastrophic Events

Earthquake and Tsunami Catastrophic Plans

Marie E. González

Emergency Operations Planner

Region II Caribbean Area Division


Puerto Rico Trench


Puerto Rico Earthquake and Tsunami - 1918

  • “San Fermín Earthquake”

  • 10:14 am on October 11, 1918

  • 7.5 M

  • Tsunami 20 feet (5.5 to 6 meters)

  • 116 Casualties


Tsunami Event


Mameyes, Ponce Landslide 1985

  • October 7, 1985 at 3:30am

  • 22 inches of rain in 24 hours

  • 129 Casualties and 300 injured

  • More than 100 homes damaged

  • $63 Millions in Federal Assistance

  • “Block Slide” type of landslide

  • Search and Rescue Team from USA, Mexico, Venezuela and France

  • Five (5) Days of Search and Rescue Operations.

  • Assessed Homes due to unstable ground area.


Hotel DuPont Plaza Fire

  • December 31, 1986 at 3:00pm

  • 97 Casualties in less than 12 minutes

  • 180 injured.

  • 13 Fire trucks, 100 firefighters and 37 ambulances responded.


Humberto Vidal Explosion

  • Thursday, November 22, 1996 at 8:35am

  • Six (6) story building shoe store in Rio Piedras

  • Building was virtually destroyed and later on demolished.

  • 33 Casualties

  • 80 injured

  • Broken propane gas line and the ignition source was the air conditioning switch with heating wiring.

  • “Rio Piedras Explosion”


CAPECO Explosion

  • Friday, October 23, 2009

  • At 12:30am

  • 1,000 people relocated

  • Five (5) municipalities designated for Federal assistance


Region 2 Plans2011-2012


“Whole Community Concept”


Six Step Planning Process

Decide what to plan

Exercise the plan

  • Conduct research and analysis

  • Scenario

  • Physical effect

  • Impact

  • Requirements

  • Develop objectives

  • Mission

  • End State

  • Phases

  • Centers of gravity

  • Develop COAs

  • Development

  • Analysis

  • Evaluation

  • Capabilities

  • Write the plan

  • Base plan

  • Annexes

Develop a work plan

Implementation

Plan

Work Plan

Review, revise

COA Decision Brief

Form a collaborative planning team

Implement the plan

Information Analysis Brief

Obtain plan approval

Form senior leader steering committee

Chapter 2: Initiating the plan development process

Chapter 8: Exercising the plan

Chapter 9: Implementing the plan

Chapter 1: Getting Started

Chapter 3: Conducting research and communicating results

Chapter 4: Determining mission statement and objectives

Chapter 5: Course of action development and approval

Chapter 6: Writing the plan

Chapter 7: Gaining plan approval

Key Steps

Primary Deliverables


Response - Core Capabilities

  • Enable Rapid and Effective Response

    • Situational Assessment

    • Public Messaging

    • Command, Control, & Coordination

    • Critical Communications

    • Environmental Health & Safety

    • Critical Transportation

  • Survivor Needs

    • On-Scene Security and Protection

    • Mass Search and Rescue Operations

    • Health and Medical Treatment

    • Mass Care Services

    • Public & Private Services & Resources

    • Stabilize and Repair Essential Infrastructure

    • Fatality Management Services


Core Capabilities Objectives Priorities

On-Scene Security and Protection

Fatality Management Services

Environmental Health and Safety

Public and Private Services/ Resources

Critical Transportation

Stabilize and Repair Essential Infrastructure

  • Situational Assessment

  • Command, Control and Coordination

  • Critical Communications

  • Mass Search and Rescue Operations

  • Mass Care Services

  • Health and Medical Treatment

  • Public Messaging


The Catastrophic Event(s) Presented by PREMA Zone

The Incident: Earthquake reaching 7.0 MMI in Aguas Buenas, radiating from east to west in a linear pattern, occurring at a 10KM depth.


Zone 1 Infrastructure


Zone 1 Infrastructure


Presentation of Phased Response

Incident: 7.0MMI in Aguas Buenas, radiating from east to west in a linear pattern, occurring at a 10KM depth.

Zone 5 Depiction


Phase 1a (Normal Operations) – Command and Control


The Incident: 7.0 MMI in Aguas Buenas, radiating from east to west in a linear pattern, occurring at a 10KM depth.

USGS Fatality and Economic Loss Summary


Impacted Municipalities


Phase 1a (Normal Operations) – Preparedness Planning


  • Puerto Rico Catastrophic Planning

Will include the 15 Emergency Support Functions:

  • Transportation

  • Communications

  • Infrastructure

  • Fire Fighting

  • Emergency Management

  • Mass Care

  • Logistic

  • Public Health

  • Search & Rescue

  • Hazardous Materials

  • Agriculture

  • Energy

  • Public Safety

  • Long-term Recovery

  • Public Communication

  • Earthquake/Tsunami Plan Annexes

  • Develop specific Course of Action (COA)

  • Exercise the plans

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