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Hurricane Dennis. Evening Briefing July 9, 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. Safety Briefing. SEOC LEVEL 1 24 Hour Operations. EOC Staffing.

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Hurricane Dennis

Evening Briefing

July 9, 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

Safety Briefing


Seoc level 1 24 hour operations

SEOCLEVEL124 Hour Operations


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EOC Staffing

  • STATE COORDINATING OFFICER – Craig Fugate

  • SERT CHIEF – Mike DeLorenzo

  • OPERATIONS CHIEF – Leo Lachat

  • ESF 5 CHIEF – David Crisp

  • LOGISTICS CHIEF – Chuck Hagan

  • FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF – Suzanne Adams

  • PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER – Mike Stone

  • RECOVERY – Frank Koutnik


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State Coordinating Officer Federal Coordinating Officer

Craig Fugate

Scott Morris

Up Next – SERT Chief


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SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

Gracia Szczech

Up Next – Meteorology


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Meteorology

Ben Nelson


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Category 3 Hurricane Dennis – 115 mph Max Sustained Winds


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Category 3 Hurricane Dennis – 5 PM


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Forecast Rainfall – Sat PM through Sun PM


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Forecast Rainfall – Sun PM through Mon PM


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Information & Planning

David Crisp

Louis Rackley

Up Next – Operations


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Local States of Emergency

Up Next – Operations


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Displaced Households

Up Next – Operations


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School Loss Use

Up Next – Operations


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Hospitals – Potential Losses

Up Next – Operations


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Concrete & Steel Debris

Up Next – Operations


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Brick & Wood Debris

Up Next – Operations


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Mobile Home Wind Exposure

Up Next – Operations


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Evacuations

Up Next – Operations


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I-10 Westbound near AL Line

Up Next – Operations


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US 29 in Escambia Co near Century

Up Next – Operations


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Operations

Leo Lachat

Up Next – ESF 1&3


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General Operating Objectives

  • Re-establish communications with the impacted areas.

  • Initiate Search and Rescue

  • Address basic human needs and life safety

  • Restore all essential services

  • Begin recovery operations

  • Implement plan to support evacuation

  • Implement protective action recommendations

  • Continue to assess staffing needs for long-term EOC operations and field deployment of personnel

  • Continue plan for Second Hit


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General Operating Objectives

  • Investigate and Develop Report on Fuel Shortages

  • Coordinate with LTRO/staffing

  • Continue to evaluate the Need for COOP operations and personal family preparedness plans

  • Prepare to Initiate Search and Rescue operations in the Keys

  • Prepare Logistics System

Up Next – Operations Support


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Operations Support

Donald Kunish

Up Next – ESF 1&3


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Operations Support

  • Current Issues

    • Response Liaisons continue to monitor and task resource requests. Please remember to be very specific in your request - who, what, when, where, why and anticipated time resource is required. Most importantly - a contact name and good phone number. Also, please remember to let the Ops Support Branch task the missions.

    • Branch Chiefs and Lead ESF personal are responsible for ensuring missions are fulfilled and are tracked in EM Tracker through all stages.

    • 21 SERT Liaisons have been deployed or are in route.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Will continue to task and monitor resource requests. Will complete SERT Liaison assignments, as required.

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

    • Support evacuation planning, traffic monitoring operations.

    • Two Ground Recon Teams Operational in south Florida and the Keys.

    • Two Ground Recon Teams Mobilizing for operations in the western Panhandle

    • Planning for Helicopters flights for impact assessment in the western panhandle.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time


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ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works

  • Future Operations

    • Support response and recovery needs.

    • Due to the potential landfall of Hurricane Dennis, the following plans have been made for the closure of the I-10 Escambia Bay Bridges. Both the east and west bound I-10 Escambia Bay Bridges will be closed once sustained winds reach 45 mph. All traffic, east and west bound will be detoured.

    • The Interstate will be closed between Davis Highway (SR 291), Exit 13 and Avalon Blvd. (SR 281), Exit 22 once the wind speeds are sustained at 45 mph. The detour route will include US 90 between Davis Highway and Avalon Blvd. Motorist s should travel north from Davis Highway or Avalon Blvd to US 90 and then follow the signs.

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

    • We are supplying equipment as requested: Verizon, Nextel, analog, SAT phones, and laptops along with installing lines as requested through Tracker.

  • Unmet Needs

    • We need from each of the ESF's their anticipated communication equipment needs as the equipment is not on hand and has to be ordered and either shipped or found locally.

  • Future Operations

    • Continue to fulfill Tracker requests and coordinate communications support to all State and County EOC's.

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

    • Planning SAR operations in the panhandle area.

    • Activating USAR teams for deployment into affected areas.

    • SAR teams staging at Pat Thomas Law Enforcement Academy for entry into affected areas.

    • Responding to continuous administrative and pre-deployment requests.

    • Coordinating with other agencies regarding initial entry into affected areas.

    • Planning for other fire resource needs in the affected areas.


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ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Deploy SAR and fire resources as needed.

    • Responding to mission requests.

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

    • ARFs are in the pipeline for 15 Dry Trailers, 15 Reefers, 20 Shower Units and 5 Water Tankers to service the Kitchens.

    • TSA and ARC are identifying locations for resupply of their Canteens / ERVS with water, ice and other consumables. These locations will be used at least until the Kitchens are in place.

    • TSA / ARC / Southern Baptists still anticipate setting up 12 Kitchens in the Panhandle, exact locations to be determined post- impact. They should be up and running by Friday.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Continued support of ARC and TSA activities.

Up Next – ESF 8


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ESF 8

Health & Medical

Up Next – ESF 10

Up Next – ESF 10


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ESF 8 – Health & Medical

  • Current Issues

    • SpNS: 18 open (332 census)

    • Provide equipment & supplies to SpNS

    • 4 DMATs staged in Mississippi

    • Oxygen pre-staged in Jax, Water Buffalo staged in Miami for dialysis

    • Assessed all health & medical facilities in area of operations

    • Planned/completed facility evacuations: 3 hospitals, 3 SNFs, 13 ALFs and 6 adult family care homes (530 patients)

    • Walton County Sacred Heart Hospital closed at 0700

    • Public health messages disseminated (carbon monoxide, safety)


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ESF 8 – Health & Medical

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Return of SpNS and medical facility clients to Keys (road & power)

    • Planning/pre-staging with DHS in panhandle re: Rapid Needs Assessment targeting health care facilities

    • Identifying state resources for deployment from non-impacted areas

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

    • US Coast Guard and EPA representatives at SEOC

    • Strike Teams identified and preparing to mobilize

    • Shoreline assessment teams on standby

    • Completed an Emergency Final Order for Monroe County

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Conduct damage assessments of Keys Facilities

    • Continue preparations for Panhandle impacts

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

    • 1.6 million gallons of water and 14 million pounds of ice enroute to mobilization area at White Springs State Farmers Market.

    • Stood up ESF LSA team for deployment to LSA.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Monitor arrivals of resources.

    • Deploy LSA team.

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

  • Current Issues

    • Fuel Energy

      • Spot shortages along evacuation routes.

      • Fuel tenders for search and rescue

    • Electric Energy-

      • Outages - 162,258 (See tracker # 341)

      • Estimated recovery time - Not available at this time

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Fuel Energy-

      • Continue monitoring fuel supply along evacuation routes.

    • Electric energy-

      • Help in obtaining permits for out of state crews.

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

    • FLNG Strength: 1,169 as of 1500 9 July 05

    • PANHANDLE:

      • 164th Air Defense Brigade:

      • 2 Battalions will close on Leon Co. Fairgrounds today.

      • Final Bn will arrive by 1200 on 10 Jul.

      • Prepared for Security, Search Rescue & Humanitarian Operations as soon as storm passes.

      • RECON teams are preparing for final movement into the affected area

      • Staging of 4 each UH-60 Aircraft in Tallahassee

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time


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ESF 13 – Military Support

  • Future Operations

    • Poised for Security/Search & Rescue and Humanitarian Support to include manning PODs as requested by SEOC.

    • Logistics Staging Area operations

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

    • Assessing several alternative Multi-agency Warehouse sites

    • Preparing to open the Volunteer & Donations Hotline in the Shared Resource Center on Monday morning

    • Voluntary agencies around the state are staging resources

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Starting Monday will promote, through our website, the call center and the media, opportunities to donate to ARC, TSA, other relief agencies and the Governor’s Hurricane Fund

    • Working on our initial EMAC request

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

    • All Law Enforcement issues being handled by local LE & State LE in regions.

    • ESF 16 personnel in Miami EOC and Monroe EOC have returned to monitoring level.

    • 650 State LE staged to respond to panhandle impact area.

    • 325 Sheriff & PD personnel available for deployment.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Respond to impacted areas in panhandle.

Up Next – ESF 17


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ESF 17

Animal Protection

Up Next – Finance & Administration


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ESF 17 – Animal Protection

  • Current Issues

    • Field ICP staff staged in Tallahassee at Florida Fairgrounds.

    • Continuing to monitor storm progress and potential importance for ICP site location.

    • Planning for initial damage assessment and team deployment.

    • Coordinating with USDA for additional personnel resources (EMAC).

    • Maintaining liaison with SART agencies for post-impact support.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Deploy ICP Team.

    • Monitor County EOC requests for assistance.

    • Request Feed/Hay/Shelter equipment and teams as needed.

Up Next – Finance & Administration


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Finance & Administration

Up Next – Logistics


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Finance & Administration

  • Current Issues

    • Continue to make arrangements for staff deployment and purchasing needs.

    • Held conference call with State Agencies on tracking cost of the event. The following agencies were on the call: AHCA, AG, DOACS, DBPR, DCA, DCF, DFS, DMA, DOC, DOH, DOL, DOS, DOT, DVA, FWCC, HSMV, OPB, NWFWMD, SFWMD.

    • LSA Type I package for deployment will be on standby at State Farmers Market.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time


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Finance & Administration

  • Future Operations

    • Continue to assist with any travel and purchasing needs.

    • State Agency conference call will be held Sunday, July 10 in room 130D / 850-410-3600.

    • Please see message #408 and update with any needs you may have.

Up Next – Logistics


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Logistics

Chuck Hagan

Jimmy Nopolis

Up Next – Recovery

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

    • Drafting Presidential Disaster Declaration Request

    • Identifying Preliminary Damage Assessment Teams- Individual Assistance and Public Assistance

    • Identifying Debris Management Teams

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Complete SERT Liaison Deployments

    • Finalize all field team deployment rosters

Up Next – SERT Chief


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SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo


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Next Briefing

July 10 at 0730 AM

Branch Briefing


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