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TsunamiReady Improvement Information Briefing. Erv Petty and Jenifer Rhoades November 19, 2008. Tsunami Ready Improvement Drivers. GAO Report Tsunami Warning and Education Act NTHMP 5-Year Review Findings Feedback from state and local community members NTHMP-CC Meeting, June 08), etc.

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tsunamiready improvement information briefing

TsunamiReady Improvement Information Briefing

Erv Petty and Jenifer Rhoades

November 19, 2008

tsunami ready improvement drivers
Tsunami Ready ImprovementDrivers
  • GAO Report
  • Tsunami Warning and Education Act
  • NTHMP 5-Year Review Findings
  • Feedback from state and local community members
    • NTHMP-CC Meeting, June 08), etc.
tsunamiready workshop
TsunamiReady Workshop
  • October 21 and 22, 2008 in Seaside, Oregon
    • Deb Treusdell, Seaside, Oregon - Planner
    • Al Aya, Cannon Beach Oregon, City Manager
    • Wayne Stinson, Lincoln City, Oregon – EM
    • Erv Petty, Alaska Emergency Management
    • George Crawford, Former Washington State Earthquake and Tsunami EM
    • Christa von Hillebrant, Director, Puerto Rico Seismic Network
    • Mike Mahoney, FEMA
    • Tyree Wilde, NOAA
    • Chris Maier, NOAA
    • Jenifer Rhoades, NOAA
tsunamiready improvement strategy
TsunamiReady Improvement Strategy
  • Review current and proposed TsunamiReady Guidelines
  • Determine appropriateness of proposed guidelines
  • Propose mandatory guidelines
  • Determine appropriate point system for non-mandatory guidelines
  • Develop a TsunamiReady Bi-Line
tsunamiready improvement outcomes
TsunamiReady Improvement Outcomes
  • Recommending a combination of mandatory guidelines and point system for TsunamiReady recognition
  • TsunamiReady Guideline Structure
    • Mitigation
    • Preparedness
    • Response
    • Recovery
tsunamiready improvement outcomes cont
TsunamiReady Improvement Outcomes (Cont.)
  • Mitigation
    • 3 Mandatory requirements:
      • Local Community Tsunami Mitigation Plan
      • Tsunami Hazard Addressed in State’s FEMA approved Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan
      • Community’s tsunami impact zone is defined (where inundation modeling and mapping are unavailable)
    • 100 total extra points can be given for additional mitigation activities accomplished by the community; 0 extra points required
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TsunamiReady Improvement Outcomes (Cont.)
  • Preparedness
    • 6 Mandatory requirements:
      • Tsunami protocols integrated with Community’s Initial/First Responder Training
      • Conduct bi-annual tsunami preparedness exercise
      • Designate/establish tsunami hazard areas, evacuation routes, and assembly areas
      • Signage identifying tsunami hazard areas is installed and maintained
      • Written, locally specific, tsunami safety and response materials are provided to citizens
      • Annual workshops conducted to inform citizens on local tsunami hazard and safety and response procedures
tsunamiready improvement outcomes cont2
TsunamiReady Improvement Outcomes (Cont.)
  • Preparedness
    • 96 total extra points can be given for additional preparedness activities accomplished by the community; 20 extra points required
tsunamiready improvement outcomes cont3
TsunamiReady Improvement Outcomes (Cont.)
  • Response
    • 5 Mandatory Requirements
      • Tsunami Hazard Addressed in Community Emergency Response Plan. including
        • Evacuation Plan
        • Warning Point or EOC Activation Criteria and Procedures
      • 24-Hour Warning Point or EOC capable of receiving TWC messages and disseminating local reports and advice
      • 2 Redundant and reliable methods for the community warning point or EOC to receive official tsunami warning center products
      • 2 methods for the community warning point or EOC to disseminate tsunami information to their public
tsunamiready improvement outcomes cont4
TsunamiReady Improvement Outcomes (Cont.)
  • Response
    • 5 Mandatory Requirements (cont.)
      • NWR Receivers located in:
        • 911 Dispatch Center
        • Hospitals
        • School Official’s Office
        • Police Stations
        • Fire Stations
        • Harbormaster’s Office/Port Manager (if applicable)
    • 143 total extra points can be given for additional response activities accomplished by the community; 30 extra points required
tsunamiready improvement outcomes cont5
TsunamiReady Improvement Outcomes (Cont.)
  • Recovery
    • 0 Mandatory Requirements
    • 41 total extra points can be given for additional recovery activities accomplished by the community; 5 extra points required
tsunamiready recommended bi lines
TsunamiReadyRecommended Bi-Lines
  • Preparing now to save lives tomorrow
  • Working together to save lives
  • And/or a logo: Current logo with
  • steps that show components of
  • TsunamiReady:
  • (Government/program as base,
  • Community, and
  • you (re: citizens/visitors)
tsunamiready improvement next steps
TsunamiReady ImprovementNext Steps
  • NTHMP-CC Approve Bi-Line
  • Task MES to Revise and Approve New Guidelines
    • MES to consider whether community population should be a factor for required points
  • NTHMP-CC Approve Revised Guidelines
  • National TsunamiReady/StormReady Board Approve Revised Guidelines
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TsunamiReady ImprovementNext Steps
  • Working Group will begin to Develop Implementation Plan, to include:
    • Coordination with NWS WCMs
    • Coordination with State and local Partners
      • `Feedback to Assess Recommended Guidelines
    • Pilot-Community Implementation
    • Develop National Roll-Out Strategy
      • Timing of implementation
      • Education strategy
    • Assess success
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