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Branch Briefing June 13, 2006. Tropical Storm Alberto. 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 Parking. Safety Briefing. SEOC LEVEL 1 24-Hour Operations.

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Branch Briefing

June 13, 2006

Tropical Storm Alberto

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Fire

Medical

Stress

Severe Weather

Parking

Safety Briefing

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EOC Staffing

  • STATE COORDINATING OFFICER – Craig Fugate
  • SERT CHIEF – Dave Halstead
  • OPERATIONS CHIEF – Mark Fuller
  • ESF 5 CHIEF – Carla Boyce
  • LOGISTICS CHIEF – Chuck Hagan
  • FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF – Suzanne Adams
  • PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER – Mike Stone
  • RECOVERY – Jim Hampton
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State Coordinating Officer

Craig Fugate

Up Next – SERT Chief

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SERT Chief

David Halstead

Up Next – Meteorology

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Meteorology

Ben Nelson

rainfall forecast 8 am tues to 8 am fri

Rainfall Forecast – 8 AM Tues to 8 AM Fri

Up Next – Information & Planning

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Information & Planning

Carla Boyce

Up Next – Operations

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Information & Planning

  • Assess impacts from the storm
  • Provide support for sheltering operations
  • Determine impacts to critical infrastructure
  • Continue to evaluate deployment needs
  • Continue Unified Logistics operations
  • Continue financial management of operations
  • Initiate search and rescue operations
  • Support critical business continuity
  • Support security missions in impacted area
common operational picture
Lead Planners have been embedded in each Branch/Section to facilitate communications and planning within the SERT and external partners

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

Communicate needs, accomplishments, movements, information

Common Operational Picture
planning assumptions
Vulnerable population estimated at 714,000

Planning for tropical storm at landfall

System is expected to affect the State all day

Planning Assumptions

Up Next – Operations

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Operations

Leo Lachat

Up Next – Emergency Services

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General Operating Objectives

  • Assist counties with protective action implementation
  • Provide support for sheltering operations
  • Determine impacts to critical infrastructure based on new surge data
  • Continue to evaluate deployment needs
  • Continue Unified Logistics operations
  • Continue financial management of operations
  • Prepare for search and rescue operations
  • Support critical business continuity

Up Next – Operations Support

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Operations Support

Up Next – Human Services

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Operations Support

  • Current Issues
    • Receiving, verifying and tasking resource requests to appropriate branches
    • Tracking resource requests to ensure timely response or updates
    • Refer to Groove or Tracker message # 48 for SERT Liaison deployment roster update
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Continue to monitor situation for potential increase in staffing level
    • Continue to monitor resource requests

Up Next – Emergency Services

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Emergency Services

Up Next – Human Services

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Emergency Services

  • Current Issues
    • Initiating Search and Rescue
    • Monitor Special Needs Shelter population & assess critical care facilities
    • Support staff who are deployed
  • Unmet Needs
    • None
  • Future Operations
    • Identify Staffing Issues
    • Identify Additional Resources
    • Demobilization planning

Up Next – Human Services

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Human Services

Up Next – Infrastructure

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Human Services

  • TSA reports they are monitoring and the local canteen crews are preparing to respond as needed.
  • 16 shelters on stand by 27 shelters open with a population of 228
  • ARC reports Disaster Response Teams and Shelter Management are on standby for additional shelter openings and hotlines are activated.
  • Uploading truckloads of ice and water from state storage locations.
  • LSA team mobilized and on standby.
  • USDA inventory received.
  • Communicating with support agencies on resource needs.
  • Conducting conference calls with volunteer centers.
  • Preparing information on volunteer safety for distribution.
  • Voluntary agencies mobile feeding teams placed on stand-by.
  • Animal movement restrictions suspended to expedite evacuation movements.
  • ESF 17 Incident Management Team activated and on standby.

Up Next – Infrastructure

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Infrastructure

Up Next – Military Support

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Infrastructure

  • Current Issues
    • Barge stuck under Howard Franklin Bridge on I275/SR93 in Hillsborough/Pinellas Co - Southbound lane is open. USCG working on removal – Alt bridges open via SR60 & SR92
    • 5 ground recon and 2 aircraft for recon stood up
    • 1 fuel gas tender deployed w/ Tallahassee USAR, one tender gas/diesel deployed w/ Ocala USAR, 1 diesel tender in route to Ocala, 7 more available, getting more lined up
    • Panhandle Ports and Tampa/ St.Pete closed.
    • Assessing impact of storm to power grids, flood control systems, roads, communications.
    • No reports of telecom customers without service (report available @ 10am)
    • Equipment cache inventoried / deployed equipment: 2 aircards - waiting on phone line repairs/installs today
    • 16,461 customer without power – monitoring storm progress
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Infrastructure

  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • - Continue to support flood fighting and recon requests
    • - Continue to monitor transportation, electricity, telecom, water and waste water system impacts and restoration

Up Next – Military Support

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Military Support

Up Next – Logistics

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Logistics

Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid

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Logistics

  • Current Issues
    • County POD Locations identified (Tracker #129 and Groove) 14 PODs and 2 CSA\'s
    • POD MHE Equipment Support Packages, and State Warehouse equipment support packages enroute to State LSA
    • FLNG tasked with POD support (up to 14 PODs)
    • FL DoF Tasked with State LSA and State Warehouse Support
    • Unified IAP and conference calls completed. Coordinating with FEMA on available assets if required.
    • Sources confirmed for heavy equipment (generators, pumps, MHE, HVAC Systems, cranes, light towers, etc.)
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Logistics

  • Unmet Needs
    • Time
  • Future Operations
    • Establishing a State LSA at K-Mart Regional Distribution Center. Projected Wednesday opening
    • Prepared to open based on emergency need, 14 County PODS and Logistics Support to 2 CSA\'s. Projected Wednesday openings
    • Upload of water and ice from state storage in support of PODS beginning at 0800 Hrs EDT this morning
    • Heavy equipment missions supported on a mission by mission basis. No pre-staged heavy equipment

Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid

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EMAC Mutual Aid

Up Next – Finance & Administration

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EMAC Mutual Aid

  • Current Issues
    • Collecting names of personnel for staffing if needed.
    • No changes in deployments since last nights briefing.
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Continue to support counties and SEOC in filling mission requests.
    • Maintain contact with deployed staff
    • Maintain contact with unimpacted counties and EMAC states.

Up Next – Finance & Administration

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Finance & Administration

Up Next – Public Information

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Finance & Administration

  • Current Issues
    • Continuing to assist with travel arrangement for deployments
    • Breakfast will be served this morning -- PLEASE remember to sign-in for all meals
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Continue to support EOC operations

Up Next – Public Information

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Public Information

Up Next – Recovery

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Recovery

Up Next – SERT Chief

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SERT Chief

David Halstead

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Next Briefing

June 13 at 1800

ESF Briefing

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