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DOE/FRMAC Update April 10, 2014 Alan Remick Emergency Response Manager Office of Emergency Response DOE/NNSA. DOE CM Assets. Modeling National Atmospheric Release Advisory Center (NARAC) Radiation Monitoring (includes sampling & analysis) Consequence Management Home Team (CMHT)

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DOE/FRMAC Update

April 10, 2014

Alan Remick

Emergency Response Manager

Office of Emergency Response

DOE/NNSA

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DOE CM Assets

  • Modeling
    • National Atmospheric Release Advisory Center (NARAC)
  • Radiation Monitoring (includes sampling & analysis)
    • Consequence Management Home Team (CMHT)
    • Radiological Assistance Program (RAP)
    • Aerial Measuring System (AMS)
    • Consequence Management Response Team (CMRT)
  • Radiation Medicine
    • Radiation Emergency Assistance Center/Training Site (REAC/TS)
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FRMAC Integration

  • DOE has initial lead. EPA leads later phases of response.
  • A-Team not part of FRMAC, but closely linked. Its recommendations based on FRMAC products.
  • CM Augmentation

State, Tribes, Local

NARAC

FBI

AMS

NASA

RAP

FRMAC

NRC

CMHT

DoD

CMRT

DHS/

FEMA

REAC/

TS

EPA

A-Team

frmac structure
FRMAC Structure
  • Senior Steering Committee
  • WG Charters
  • New Focus Groups
    • QA/QC
    • Training
    • Data Sharing
  • Program Manager Still Pending
capabilities
Capabilities
  • RadResponder
    • Integration of Tablet Software (DFMT ↔ RRPro)
    • Continuing Outreach by RAP
    • Blended Field Teams (RAP + State)
  • HSIN FRMAC COI launched
  • Public release of data via Data.gov
  • NPP Simplified Briefing Products
  • Augmentation
    • NNSA Reserve Corps
    • Radiological Operations Support Specialist (ROSS) – joint effort with FEMA
    • Radiological Field Monitoring Specialist (RFMS)
frmac hsin coi
FRMAC HSIN COI

To join the FRMAC HSIN Community of Interest, Visit: https://hsin.dhs.gov/ Pages/COIDirectory.aspx

capabilities1
Capabilities
  • RadResponder
    • Integration of Tablet Software (DFMT ↔ RRPro)
    • Continuing Outreach by RAP
    • Blended Field Teams (RAP + State)
  • HSIN FRMAC COI launched
  • Public release of data via Data.gov
  • NPP Simplified Briefing Products
  • Augmentation
    • NNSA Reserve Corps
    • Radiological Operations Support Specialist (ROSS) – joint effort with FEMA
    • Radiological Field Monitoring Specialist (RFMS)
suite of npp briefing products
Suite of NPP Briefing Products

RDD and IND Briefing Products @: https://cmweb.llnl.gov

  • Evacuation/Sheltering – T=0‡
  • Evacuation/Sheltering – T+12 hours‡
  • Worker Protection
  • KI Administration
  • Relocation Area (1st & 2nd Yr)
  • Relocation Area (50-Yr)
  • Agricultural Concern
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Example for Demonstration Only

Automated Report: Testing

(37.4214,141.032)

NPP Release at 14 Mar 2013 06:00 UTC

Predicted Evacuation and Sheltering Areas - Most Limiting Criteria

The Thyroid Dose is the most limiting of the EPA Guide criteria

Projected Total Thyroid Dose - Applicable prior to start of release

Evacuation of entire population warranted, unless additional unusually hazardous circumstances exist (exceeds 25 rem for adult). Est. Population: 6490 Area: 29.8 km2 Extent: 10.1 km

Evacuation or sheltering-in-place normally initiated (5 to 25 rem for adult). Estimated Population: 24,900 Area: 121 km2 Extent: 24.0 km

  • Notes:
  • EPA's Early Phase Guides provide separate criteria to limit dose to both the whole body and the thyroid. Separate predictions of the affected area were compared based on each criteria.
  • The adult Thyroid Dose criterion is the most limiting in this case.
  • Protective actions are normally based on the most limiting case.
  • Prompt evacuation and/or sheltering reduces radiation dose and cancer risk. Sheltering-in-place may be more protective than evacuation while the radioactive cloud is present.
  • Administration of Potassium Iodide (KI) may be warranted. See Predicted Areas Warranting Administration of Potassium Iodide (KI).
  • Protective actions are only based on dose that can be avoided.
  • Assumptions:
  • Areas shown are model predictions based on an estimated release of airborne radioactivity, but no measurements yet available.
  • Prediction shows total dose over four days beginning at the start of the release (0 to 96 hrs).
  • Predicted dose assumes adult receiving maximum exposure with no protective actions or mitigation that is inhaling contamination from the radioactive cloud and resuspended contaminated dust.
  • Based on 1992 EPA PAG Manual (ICRP 23/26/30 dosimetry).

Briefing Product for Public Officials

Current: 24 Feb 2014 21:23 UTC

Check for updates

Technical Details: CMHT 702-867-5309

Advice & Recommendations: A-Team 867-5309

Example for Demonstration Only

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Production.rcE22751.rcC1

training
Training
  • Train-the-Trainer Webinar Series
  • AS-50 (One-day TurboFRMAC Intro)
    • Offered last weekend
    • To be offered during HPS Annual Meeting AAHP sessions (Sat, 7/12/14)
    • Approved for CHP CECs
  • Updates to LN-100 curriculum
    • Future in-person and webinar offerings
    • Approved for CHP CECs
exercises
Exercises
  • IPX Planning Strategies – working with FEMA REPP
  • Food/Ag Cross-Sector Workshop & Dairy Crisis
  • WINGS 2014
  • NUWAIX ‘14 – DOE lead
    • Limited CMRT participation (verifying zeroes)
    • Pilot deployment of new unattended sensors/ECAMs
    • FRMAC Mission Assignment from FEMA
  • Regional Capstones (TN – June 2014)
  • Vibrant Response 14
    • Expanded Planning Role Compared to VR13.2
    • FEMA IMATs – Resource Management via ICS
    • Event Planning with State of Indiana and JTF-CS
  • NPP 15 Planning