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Tropical Storm Ernesto. Evening Briefing August 29, 2006. Silence All Phones and Pagers. Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones. Thanks for your cooperation. Safety Briefing. Fire Medical Stress Severe Weather Parking. SEOC LEVEL 1 24-Hour Operations.

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Tropical Storm Ernesto

Evening Briefing

August 29, 2006


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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Safety Briefing

  • Fire

  • Medical

  • Stress

  • Severe Weather

  • Parking


Seoc level 1 24 hour operations

SEOC LEVEL124-Hour Operations


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EOC Staffing

  • STATE COORDINATING OFFICER – Craig Fugate

  • SERT CHIEF – David Halstead

  • OPERATIONS CHIEF – Leo Lachat

  • ESF 5 CHIEF – Carla Boyce

  • LOGISTICS CHIEF – Chuck Hagan

  • FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF – Cherie Trainor

  • PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER – Mike Stone

  • RECOVERY – Marcia Chiricos


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State Coordinating Officer

Craig Fugate

Up Next – SERT Chief


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SERT Chief

&

Federal Coordinating Officer

David Halstead

Tito Hernandez

Up Next – Meteorology


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Meteorology

Ben Nelson


Tropical storm ernesto 45 mph

Tropical Storm Ernesto – 45 mph


Ts ernesto 100 miles east of key west

TS Ernesto – 100 Miles East of Key West


Hurricane hunter center fixes

Hurricane Hunter Center Fixes


Steering currents 8 am tuesday

Steering Currents – 8 AM Tuesday


Afternoon computer models

Afternoon Computer Models


Forecast exit of ts winds south fl

Forecast Exit of TS Winds – South FL


Radar loop 6 10 pm edt

Radar Loop – 6:10 PM EDT


Tornado watch until 2 am edt

Tornado Watch Until 2 AM EDT


Ts force wind speed probabilities

TS Force Wind Speed Probabilities


Hurricane force wind speed probabilities

Hurricane Force Wind Speed Probabilities


Forecast rainfall through fri am

Forecast Rainfall – Through Fri AM

Up Next – Information & Planning


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Information & Planning

Carla Boyce

Milio Curcio

Up Next – Operations


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Information & Planning

Incident Action Plan - Objectives

  • Assess & adjust consequences to vulnerable population in context to storm track

  • Maintain deployable assets on standby or staged as appropriate

  • Monitor fuel availability/distribution along evacuation routes & for support of generator operations

  • Support upcoming primary elections (September 5)

  • Consider/Prepare for possible mutual aid deployment to others affected in the SE

  • Evening briefing 80% forward and 20% looking back (focus on next 12hr operations)


Planning assumptions

Planning Assumptions

  • Vulnerable population estimated at 475,000

    • For counties that have evacuation orders in place with consideration for mobile populations and smaller coastal risk area for a tropical storm

  • Planning for a crossing Category 1 storm exiting as a tropical storm

  • Tropical Storm warnings posted from Vero Beach South on the East Coast and Chokoloskee south on the West Coast including the Florida Keys and Lake Okeechobee


Plans and reports

Plans and Reports

Plans

  • Planning for support of elections is nearly complete

  • Next SERT IAP meeting at 0645AM

    Reports

  • Situation report published at 7:30AM/PM and 1:30PM/AM

  • Intel Forecast report published at 10:30AM/PM 4:30PM

  • Intel Critical Information published at 10:30AM/PM, 4:30PM

  • Media Briefing report published at 7:30AM/PM and 1:30PM/AM


Plans and reports1

Plans and Reports

RECON:

  • All aerial assets have been stood down

  • 3 FLNG ground teams staged in Tallahassee

  • 2 FDOT ground teams staged in FDOT Dist 6 and 7

  • 3 CAP ground teams staged in Tampa

  • Teams are prepared to move with 1 hour execution notice


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Jackson

Holmes

Santa Rosa

Escambia

Okaloosa

Walton

Gadsden

Nassau

Washington

Calhoun

Hamilton

Jefferson

Leon

Bay

Madison

Duval

Columbia

Wakulla

Suwannee

Baker

Liberty

Taylor

Union

Clay

Gulf

Lafayette

Franklin

Bradford

St. Johns

Gilchrist

Alachua

Putnam

Dixie

Flagler

Levy

Marion

Ernesto Evacuations

Volusia

Citrus

Lake

Seminole

Sumter

Hernando

Orange

Pasco

Brevard

Osceola

Pinellas

Polk

Hillsborough

Voluntary Evacuations

Indian River

Manatee

Hardee

Okeechobee

St. Lucie

Highlands

Desoto

Sarasota

Mandatory Evacuations

Martin

Glades

Charlotte

Lee

Hendry

Palm Beach

Broward

Collier

Miami-Dade

Monroe

Total Estimated at risk population: 1.6 million


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Jackson

Holmes

Santa Rosa

Escambia

Okaloosa

Walton

Gadsden

Nassau

Washington

Calhoun

Hamilton

Jefferson

Leon

Bay

Madison

Duval

Columbia

Wakulla

Suwannee

Baker

Liberty

Taylor

Union

Clay

Gulf

Lafayette

Franklin

Bradford

St. Johns

Gilchrist

Alachua

Putnam

Dixie

Flagler

Levy

Marion

Ernesto Shelters

8-29-06

Volusia

Citrus

Lake

Seminole

Sumter

Hernando

Orange

Pasco

Brevard

Osceola

Pinellas

Polk

Hillsborough

Stand-by

Indian River

Hardee

Manatee

Okeechobee

St. Lucie

Highlands

Desoto

Sarasota

Martin

Open - 56

Glades

Charlotte

Lee

Hendry

Palm Beach

Broward

Collier

Miami-Dade

Monroe

Current Population


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Operations

Leo Lachat

Ginger Edwards

Up Next – Operations Support


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General Operating Objectives

  • Adjust vulnerable populations and demographics of / impacts to those populations (i.e. special needs, economics, ethnicity)

  • Assess the potential impacts or consequences based on track and forecast strength

  • Prepare to implement elections plan as appropriate

  • Review staffing and deployment plans and adjust as necessary

  • Continue to support evacuations and evaluate / prepare re entry plans

  • Finalize plans for recovery activities

  • Monitor impacts from Ernesto

  • Continue financial management of operations

  • Initiate primary Response Operations

  • Consider / Prepare for possible outward mutual aid deployment

Up Next – Operations Support


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Operations Support

Up Next – ESF 1&3


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ESF 1&3

Transportation & Public Works

Up Next – ESF 2


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ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works

  • Current Issues.

    • Overweight / Overlimit Permit

      • waiver:

    • http://www.fdotmaint.com/permit/

    • TOLL STATUS

      • Tolls remain suspended until further notice as follows:

      • All tolls south of Fort Pierce including Sawgrass and Alligator Alley

    • Ground Recon teams identified

    • Rotary Recon teams to be identified

    • Army Corp of Engineers

    • Sandbag inventory

    • Lake Okeechobee level at 12.14 ft

    • No issues anticipated


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ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Ground Recon under SERT

    • Recon on-system roads and bridges

    • Assist DOS with Generators and Energizing Teams

    • Debris Management

    • Fuel support missions as needed

    • Preliminary Damage Assessment under SERT

    • DRC Managers

    • Provide assistance to South Carolina DOT

    • Maintenance of Traffic

Up Next – ESF 2


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ESF 2

Communications

Up Next – ESF 4&9


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ESF 2 – Communications

  • Current Issues

    • Deployed Cell phones (419)

    • Phone Lines Installed (75)

    • DSL Lines (3) T1 Lines (1)

    • Wireless Towers on Generators vs. commercial power

    • ALL Wireless and Landline Communications Operational-normal outages

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Telecommunications service/providers on standby

    • Cache of equipment/resources on standby for deployment if needed

    • Communications Package needs for DRCs

    • Continue coordination with Telecommunications Industry for receipt of daily Communications Reports

    • Continue to monitor storm and support communications needs, restoration, resources requested as appropriate.

Up Next – ESF 4&9


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ESF 4&9

Firefighting and Search & Rescue

Up Next – ESF 6


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ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue

  • Current Issues

    • USAR Management Team is in place in Tampa and coordinating with FEMA Incident Support Team.

    • Task Force 1 & 2 activating in place with a type III FEMA US&R Task Force comprised of a 35 person team.

    • Task Force 3 activating in place with a type I USAR Task Force comprised of a 70 person team.

    • Task Force 6 activating in place with a type I Water Rescue Team comprised of a 23 person team.

    • Search and Rescue Assessment Team enroute to Tampa to meet Search and Rescue Management Team.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Continue to monitor situation.

Up Next – ESF 6


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ESF 6

Mass Care

Up Next – ESF 8

Up Next – ESF 8


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ESF 6 – Mass Care

  • Current Issues

    • There are 49 open shelters at this time

    • There is a total population of 957 in those shelters

    • The special needs population in those shelters currently stands at 70

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Begin establishment of the Mass Care infrastructure

    • ARC and TSA will begin to make their assessments

    • Supplies and resources will be transported to affected areas

Up Next – ESF 8


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ESF 8

Health & Medical

Up Next – ESF 10


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ESF 10

Hazardous Materials

Up Next – ESF 11

Up Next – ESF 11


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ESF 10 – Hazardous Materials

  • Current Issues

    • EPA and Coast Guard in ESF 10 Room

    • Identified Two Haz-Mat Teams for Deployment Post Storm

    • Monitoring Port Status

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Planning for Potential Overflights for Damage Assessment

Up Next – ESF 11


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ESF 11

Food & Water

Up Next – ESF 12

Up Next – ESF 12


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ESF 11 – Food & Water

  • Current Issues

    • Obtained food inventories from the warehouse

    • LSA team is on standby

    • Uploaded 90 trucks of water

    • Uploaded 40 trucks of ice

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Continue monitoring inventories of water & ice

    • Determine if additional resources of water and ice are needed

    • Deploy LSA team as necessary

Up Next – ESF 12


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ESF 12

Energy

Up Next – ESF 13

Up Next – ESF 13


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ESF 12 – Energy (Fuel)

  • Current Issues

    • Port Everglades closing as of 5:00 pm today.

    • Fuel tenders are available for deployment for search and rescue if required.

    • Retail fuel consumption has increased six fold within the last 24 hours.

    • Adequate supply of fuel at ports.

    • Total Inventory - 299.8 million gallons

      • Gas - 193.6 million gallons

      • Diesel - 56.3 million gallons

      • No 2 - 16.6 million gallons

      • Jet Fuel - 33.3 million gallons

    • Future Supply

      • Next 3 days - 109.1 million gallons (23 ships)

      • Next 9 days - 243 million gallons (43 ships)

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Continue to monitor statewide fuel supply.


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ESF 12 – Energy (Electric)

  • Current Issues

    • Turkey Point - NPP is running at reduced production. Unit 4 @ 90% capacity now and reducing to 60%. Unit 3 @ 60% capacity now. Reduced capacity due to possible grass problem at intakes for cooling water.

    • St. Lucie - NPP is continuing at 100%.

    • The FRCC reports that there are no generation fuel issues at this time. Plenty of coal, natural gas, nuclear and oil supplies.

    • ESF 12 will begin producing outage reports as soon as the storm passes and utilities assess damages.

    • The current projected path will mainly affect the FPL service area.

    • FPL has staged out of state crews in Sarasota. Additional staging sites and crew resources will be identified tomorrow.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Monitoring storm path.

    • Assist electric utilities in getting out of state crews into the state.

Up Next – ESF 13


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ESF 13

Military Support

Up Next – ESF 14

Up Next – ESF 14


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ESF 13 – Military Support

  • Current Issues

    • 469 Soldiers & Airmen currently activated

    • LNOs at Miami ROC and in 4 county EOCs (Dade, Broward, Palm Beach & Collier Counties)

    • Task Force 50 (50th ASG) becomes Main Effort for potential PODS

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Be Prepared To Missions: RECON/ POD’s

Up Next – ESF 14


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ESF 14

Public Information

Up Next – ESF 15


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ESF 15

Volunteers & Donations

Up Next – ESF 16


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ESF 15 – Volunteers & Donations

  • Current Issues

    • Conducted a conference call with the Florida Association of Volunteer Centers (FAVC) to coordinate future operational volunteer plans

    • Participated in the Florida VOAD conference call

    • Update the Volunteer Florida website - www.volunteerflorida.org - to reflect disaster information and ESF 15 disaster operations

    • Continued to operate the Volunteers and Donation Hotline – (800) FL-HELP1 or (800) 354-3571

    • Emailed a press release on volunteer safety to our partners around the state

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

Up Next – ESF 16


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ESF 15 – Volunteers & Donations

  • Future Operations

    • Coordinating with volunteer centers on volunteer support to points of distribution (PODs)

    • Continue to prepare draft press releases for distribution (if needed) to address what help is needed and what’s not needed.

    • Coordinating the need for ESF 15 mutual aid from unimpacted counties

    • Assess the need to complete an action request form (ARF) for federal assistance to request AmeriCorps staff

      • Over 80 National Service members have been pre-identified by the Cooperation of National and Community Service (CNCS) for roofing operation for impacted areas

Up Next – ESF 16


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ESF 16

Law Enforcement

Up Next – ESF 17


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ESF 16 – Law Enforcement

  • Current Issues

    • Miami LE-MAC continues full activation.

    • Ft. Myers LE-MAC established today.

    • Approx 1000 State and Local LE available for response.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Orlando Le-MAC will activate @7am tomorrow.

    • Respond to and secure impacted areas.

    • Assist with Search and Rescue as needed.

Up Next – ESF 17


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ESF 17

Animals & Agriculture

Up Next – Finance & Administration


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ESF 17 – Animals & Agriculture

  • Current Issues

    • ESF17 Domestic Animal and Agriculture Incident Management Team (IMT) activated.

    • ESF17 Mosquito Control IMT activated.

    • State Agricultural Response Team (SART) participating agencies contacted and assisting as the ESF17

    • Multi-Agency Coordination Group.

    • Monitoring for flooding issues in Hendry, Glades, Collier counties impacting our dairy industry.

    • Monitoring Pet Friendly Shelter activations.

    • Teamed up with USDA/Farm Service Agency for crop damage assessments.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Mobilize IMTs if needed.

    • Perform damage assessments

Up Next – ESF 18


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ESF 18

Business & Industry

Up Next – Finance & Administration


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ESF 18 – Business & Industry

  • Current Issues

    • Miami-Dade, Broward, Indian River have distributed damage assessment forms to their business networks

    • Collier has initiated a text-messaging survey and update system for their business network

    • Broward's 5 Business Recovery Centers are ready to open if needed

    • AWI's mobile workforce units are on standby

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Update of Tourism Attractions closures due 1800

    • Next ESF18 conference call with local Econ. Devel. partners and stakeholders is scheduled for 8/31 at 10 am

    • Post-event conference call with tourism industry will be evaluated on 8/31.

Up Next – Finance & Administration


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Finance & Administration

Up Next – Logistics


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Finance & Administration

  • Current Issues

    • Continue to assist with purchases to support Logistics

    • Remember to sign for each meal on the sign-up sheet

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • State Agencies need to continue monitoring costs

    • Continue to support EOC operations

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 – Recovery


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Recovery

Up Next – SERT Chief


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Recovery

  • Current Issues

    • Coordinating with our Community and Faith-based partners, and Long-term Recovery Committees through Volunteer Florida and ESF 15

    • We anticipated the need for these organizations to play vital roles in assisting our elderly, special needs, and disabled populations with debris removal and roof repairs

    • Continuing to mobilize DRC resources working in conjunction with our logistics team

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Continue to monitor the storm

Up Next – SERT Chief


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SERT Chief

David Halstead


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Next Briefing

August 30 at 0800

Branch Chief Briefing


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