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    1. State of Idaho Regional Special Assests Jefferey G. Rylee Haz Mat Operations Officer Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security

    2. Historical Perspective RCRA Resource Conservation Recovery Act CERCLA Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act Superfund SARA Superfund Amendment Reauthorization Act EPCRA Emergency Planning Community Right to Know Act HazWoper Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response

    3. Idaho Historical Perspective 1991 Idaho Hazardous Substance Response Act SERC State Emergency Response Commission is authorized to create and establish Regional Hazardous Materials Response Teams Goal Strategically locate three regional teams Northern, Southeast, & Southwest The teams will be called into action to assist local governments in the mitigation of emergencies involving hazardous substances that go beyond local response capabilities.

    4. Facts about Idaho 13th Largest State in U.S. 83,557 sq. miles Altitude: Low 738 ft. to High 12,662 ft. 3,100 miles of whitewater river miles Largest unroaded(wilderness) area in lower 48 states Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness 2.3 million acres 63% of Idaho is public land managed by feds Population: 1.3 million (2002)

    5. Idahos Major Industries #1 Manufacturing Electronics & computer equip, food processing, lumber & wood products, chemicals & allied products #2 Agriculture #3 Tourism #4 Mining

    6. Other Idaho Facts Worlds 1st nuclear power plant, INL, near Arco Atomic Energy Commission offered the town of Arco electricity generated by atomic energy in 1953. 1953 prototype of Nautilus 1st nuclear sub built and tested in Idaho desert Gem State 72 types of precious & semi-precious stones Idaho Seaport Lewiston

    8. Region 1 North Idaho Kootenai County Fire & Rescue Counties: Benewah, Bonner Boundary, Kootenai, Shoshone Population: 179,140 (13.6%) Chem Facilities: 206 (11.9%) Land Area: 7,662 sq. miles (9.3%)

    9. Region 1 ICSAR (Idaho Collapse Search and Rescue) Coeur dAlene Fire Department

    10. Region 1 Bomb Squad Write MOU with Spokane City/County for assistance Contract with State BHS to respond and receive cost recovery

    11. Region 2 North Central Idaho Lewiston Fire Department Counties: Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, Lewis, Nez Perce Population: 99,163 (7.5%) Chem Facilities: 171 (9.9%) Land Area: 13,351 sq. miles (16.1%)

    12. Region 3 Southwest Idaho Nampa/Caldwell Fire Departments Counties: Adams, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Payette, Washington Population: 200,563 (15.2%) Chem Facilities: 207 (12%) Land Area: 12,060 sq. miles (14.6%)

    13. Region 3 Bomb Squad Nampa City Police Department

    14. Region 4 Southwest Idaho Boise Fire Department Counties: Ada, Boise, Camas, Elmore, Valley Population: 358,705 (27.1%) Chemical Facilities: 431 (24.9%) Land Area: 10,788 sq. miles (13%)

    15. Region 4 ICSAR (Idaho Collapse Search and Rescue) Boise Fire Department

    16. Region 4 Bomb Squad Boise City Police Department and support from Ada County Sheriffs Office

    17. Region 5 South Central Idaho Magic Valley Emergency Response Team 6 FDs Counties: Blaine, Cassia, Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln, Minidoka, Twin Falls Population: 163,623 (12.4%) Chem Facilities: 291 (16.8%) Land Area: 10,433 sq. miles (12.6%)

    18. Region 5 Bomb Squad Twin Falls City Police Department

    19. Region 6 Southeast Idaho Pocatello Fire Department 1st State RRT Counties: Bannock, Bear Lake, Butte, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida, Power Population: 157,524 (11.9%) Chem Facilities: 246 (14.2%) Land Area: 11,449 sq. miles (13.8%)

    20. Region 7 Northeast Idaho Idaho Falls/Jefferson Central Fire Departments Counties: Bonneville, Clark, Custer, Fremont, Jefferson, Lemhi, Madison, Teton Population: 161,822 (12.3%) Chem Facilities: 177 (10.2%) Land Area: 17,006 sq. miles (20.6%)

    21. Region 6 & 7 ICSAR (Idaho Collapse Search and Rescue) Pocatello Fire Department & Idaho Falls Fire Department

    22. Region 7 Bomb Squad Idaho Falls Police Department: Set up capacity appropriate to need Contract with State BHS to respond and receive cost recovery

    23. Other Idaho Response Assets Idaho State Police 101st Civil Support Team INL Oversight Program Various Enhanced local areas: Valley, Blaine counties EOD Military teams: Yakima, Mt. Home, Tooele, Fairchild IIMAST Idaho Incident Management and Support Team Type 3 AHIMT

    24. Team Organization Fire Department Based Full time & Part time Bomb Squads Law Enforcement Based State Supports with equipment, training, & reimbursement through Bureau of Homeland Security (formerly Bureau of Hazardous Materials) Teleconference meetings Team Leader meetings Contracts

    25. APE (Apparatus, Personnel, Equipment

    26. APE (Apparatus, Personnel, Equipment

    29. Summary 7 Regional Hazardous Materials Response Teams 3 ICSAR (Idaho Collapse Search and Rescue Teams) 4 Currently active local Bomb Squads with more on the planning and implementation schedule IIMAST (Idaho Incident Management And Support Team) statewide participation

    30. Emergencies

    31. Idaho Hazardous Materials/WMD Incident Command and Response Support Plan