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Tropical Depression Ernesto. Evening Briefing August 30, 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 Depression Ernesto

Evening Briefing

August 30, 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

Level-2 Activation at 1900

Hours of Operations 0700 to 1900


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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

David Halstead

Tito Hernandez

Up Next – Meteorology


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Meteorology

Ben Nelson


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Tropical Depression Ernesto – 35 mph


Doppler radar estimated rainfall totals

Doppler Radar Estimated Rainfall Totals


Doppler radar estimated rainfall totals1

Doppler Radar Estimated Rainfall Totals


Friday morning weather map

Friday Morning Weather Map


Forecast rainfall through sat 8 pm

Forecast Rainfall – Through Sat 8 PM


Watch out cabo

Watch Out Cabo!


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Up Next – Information & Planning


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Information & Planning

Patrick Odom

Milio Curcio

Up Next – Operations


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Information & Planning

Common Operational Picture

Coordinate IAP, Branch/Section specialty plans, ESF/Branch Briefings

  • Planning support for elections has been completed

  • Continue rightsizing and demobilizing

  • Next IAP meeting 6:45 AM Thursday

  • Will continue to communicate with counties to identify isolated flooding impacts.

  • The next SERT Situation report will be published at 7:30AM Thursday, please provide Branch/Section Situation Reports by 6:30AM Thursday.

  • Media Briefing report published at 9:00AM and 3:00PM


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Up Next – Operations


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Operations

Leo Lachat

Ginger Edwards

Up Next – ESF 1&3


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General Operating Objectives

  • Monitor elections plan as appropriate

  • Review staffing and deployment plans and right size

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

  • Monitor impacts from Ernesto

  • Consider / Prepare for possible outward mutual aid deployment

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:

    • None at this time.

  • TOLL STATUS:

    • Tolls remain suspended until 6:00 am E.S.T. on Thursday, August 31

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations:

    • Maintenance of Traffic

    • Demobilizing

    • Coordinate with Southeast Regional State DOT’s to coordinate for second impact of Ernesto.

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) - Disconnecting (60)

    • DSL Lines (3) T1 Lines (1) - Disconnecting

    • South-FL Wireless Cell sites on generator or emergency power - approx 6 %

    • South-FL Landline-Central Office on emergency power/generator - approx 2

    • State Law Enforcement Radio System (SLERS) 37 sites on emergency power

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Restock/Retrieve cache of equipment/resources

    • Continue 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

    • All US&R teams are either demobilizing or have completed demobilization

  • 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

    • ARC and TSA are monitoring and assessing the situation in south Florida as the storm moves up the peninsula

    • Shelters have begun to close in the southernmost counties

    • ARC supporting feeding sites in affected counties

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Beginning the demobilization process

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

    • 124 Dialysis Centers closed today

    • Vaccine orders for sites south of Orlando are still being held

    • Miami lab to re-open on 31 August 2006

    • 5 County Health Departments were closed today and plan to reopen tomorrow (including Women’s Infants and Children – WIC Services)

    • Behavioral Health teams on stand-by

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Monitor for increased rate of storm related injuries

    • Mosquito control assistance as needed

    • Monitor dialysis center openings

    • Expected ship date of vaccine next Tuesday (cold chain)

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

    • No hazardous material incidents reported to date

    • Assessments on-going

    • Some state facilities reopening

    • No water facility problems reported

    • Beach assessments on-going

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Demobilizing federal partners and FlaWARN

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

    • LSA team stood down

    • Dispatching trucks of water and ice in response to requests

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Rightsize and complete demobilization

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)

  • Ports have sufficient quantity of product available, reestablishment of distribution to retailers in process. Ports are reopening and tank vessels are in route.

  • Generator Installation at Retail Fuel Stations

  • See recent update to Tracker Message 116

  • Retail level inventory shortages along major arteries by county

  • Miami-Dade County –

    • Gasoline:

      • 50% out of fuel

      • 20% low fuel

    • Diesel:

      • 67% low diesel supply

  • Broward County –

    • Gasoline:

      • 38% were out of fuel

      • 11% low fuel supply

    • Diesel:

      • 30% low diesel supply


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ESF 12 – Energy (Fuel)

  • Palm Beach County –

    • Gasoline:

      • 44% out of fuel,

    • Diesel:

      • 12% out of diesel fuel,

      • 25% low diesel supply

  • Monroe County –

    • Gasoline:

      • 13% low fuel supply

    • Diesel:

      • No information

  • Collier County –

    • Gasoline:

      • 10% out of fuel

      • 37% low fuel supply

    • Diesel:

      • 57% low diesel supply


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ESF 12 – Energy (Fuel)

  • Lee County –

    • Gasoline:

      • 10% out of fuel,

      • 11% low fuel supply

    • Diesel:

      • 11% out of diesel fuel,

      • 33% while low fuel supply

  • Charlotte –

    • Gasoline:

      • 12% low fuel supply

    • Diesel:

      • 100% plenty of diesel


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ESF 12 – Energy (Electric)

  • Current Issues

    • 7,526 electric customers are without power.

      • 7,500 - Florida Power and Light.

      • 26 - Cooperatives.

    • South Florida will have power restored by midnight tonight. Restoration in FPL's northern territory will be completed as storm moves offshore.

    • FPL has 3,150 FPL personnel in addition to 1,500 out of state personnel restoring power.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Monitoring and reporting final stages of restoration.

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

    • Right sizing forces

    • No missions as of this time

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Demobilize soldiers

    • Maintain equipment

    • Cease 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

    • Conducted conference calls with the Florida Association of Volunteer Centers (FAVC) and Florida VOAD

    • Requested delivery of water to ESF 15 partner

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Continue to coordinate with ESF 15 partners and county ESF 15 representatives for impact assessment and other disaster activities

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

    • Regional LE-MACs in Miami and Ft. Myers have been reduced to minimum stafing and are monitoring county EOC's.

    • Orlando Regional LE-MAC anticipates closing later today.

    • Any mission deployments will be completed by in-region assets.

    • State and Local LE resources identified for Mutual Aid response have been released.

    • DOC has begun relocation of evacuated inmates.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Fully de-activate

    • Complete and close all tracker missions assigned to ESF 16

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 impacted counties.

    • 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

    • Economic Development Organizations in affected counties report no known significant business damage or closures.

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • ESF prepared to assist with any mutual aid initiatives.

    • Continue to assess any potential damage to businesses in affected counties.

Up Next – Finance & Administration


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Finance & Administration

Up Next – Logistics


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Finance & Administration

  • Current Issues

    • Monitor and update Tracker messages

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Work with Logistics and Vendors to down-scale purchase requests

    • Work with staff to update expected travel expenses.

    • Finalize communication with State Agency Finance Officers relating to costs incurred

Up Next – Logistics


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Logistics

Chuck Hagan

Joe Burchette

Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid


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Logistics

  • LSA –

    • All resources and equipment have been canceled or turned around.

    • All support personnel are dismissed or scheduled for dismissal.

    • LSA Manager will finalize site and is scheduled to depart Thursday before noon.

  • Resources –

    • All resources that have been loaded are being unloaded, or distributed as requested.

    • No additional resources are expected to be delivered or up-loaded.

    • No PODs or LSAs are open or expected to open – No State support expected at this time.


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Logistics

  • Florida Retailers –

    • All FRF retailers report all stores open and operational.

    • No reportable damage.

    • One Winn Dixie and One Publix are operating on generators in the Dade/Miami area this is not expected to present a significant problem or to inhibit operations. Duration of this situation is expected to be limited.

    • Only notable occurrence Publix had 1000 gallons of fuel “stolen” from its generator. (State law prohibits locking tanks).

    • No further Conference calls expected.


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Logistics

  • Tarp Issue Status –

    • Counties are not expected to request tarps.

    • Roofing assistance are being locally addressed.

  • Primary operational objectives

    • Cost assessment

    • Demobilization

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

    • Survey Counties for Preliminary Damage Assessment and potential tarp mission

    • Demobilize Disaster Recovery Center mission

  • Unmet Needs

    • None at this time

  • Future Operations

    • Demobilizing Community Relations staff

    • Finalize Preliminary Damage Assessment Report

Up Next – SERT Chief


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SERT Chief

David Halstead


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Next Briefing

August 31 at 0800

Branch Chief Briefing


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