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PORT HEAVY WEATHER PLAN for NORTHEAST AND EASTERN CENTERAL FLORIDA. USCG, MSO Jacksonville Hurricane Officer: LT Austin Ives (904) 232-2640 x 111. Why have a plan?. Plan components. Chapt 1 – Introduction & definitions. Chapt 2 – Unit Preparedness. Chapt 3 – Port Preparedness.

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PORT HEAVY WEATHER PLAN for NORTHEAST AND EASTERN CENTERAL FLORIDA

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Port heavy weather plan for northeast and eastern centeral florida

PORT HEAVY WEATHER PLANforNORTHEAST AND EASTERN CENTERAL FLORIDA

USCG, MSO Jacksonville Hurricane Officer:

LT Austin Ives (904) 232-2640 x 111


Why have a plan

Why have a plan?


Plan components

Plan components

  • Chapt 1 – Introduction & definitions.

  • Chapt 2 – Unit Preparedness.

  • Chapt 3 – Port Preparedness.

  • Chapt 4 – Post Hurricane Action.

  • Annexes – A to T.


Introduction and definitions

Introduction and Definitions

  • Hybrid: MSO vs Sector

  • Hybrid: Vertical & Horizontal

  • Definitions:

    • Hurricane Warning vs Hurricane Watch

    • Port Hurricane Condition vs Unit Hurricane Condition

    • Gale Force, Tropical Storm Force, Hurricane Force


Unit preparedness

Unit Preparedness

  • MSO Concept of Operations

    • Defined preparedness activities for each Hurricane Condition.

    • Condition 5 thru Condition Whiskey, normal operations.

    • Condition X-Ray thru Zulu – transition to ICS / Sector to ICS

  • GROUP Concept of Operations

    • Base Evacuation Teams: CC/COMMCEN Team, CC/COMMCEN Advance Setup Team, Camp Blanding Advance Team, Secure Base Teams, Weapons Evacuation Team, ATON Evacuation Team, Automated Data Processing Evacuation Team, Personnel Support Evacuation Team, Electronics Evacuation Team, Medical Evacuation Team, Galley Evacuation Team


Port preparedness lessons learned 04

Port Preparedness Lessons Learned ‘04

  • Port Conference Calls

  • Operations in Port Condition Yankee

  • Shore-to-Shore Operations During Condition Zulu

  • Initiating Port / Vessel Surveys in Whiskey

  • Remain-in-Port (RIP) Requests

  • COTP Order Violations

  • Re-Opening Waterways / Critical Aid to Navigation

  • Re-Opening Facilities


Questions

Questions?


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