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Hurricane Katrina

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Hurricane Katrina

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  1. Hurricane Katrina

  2. Silence All Phones and Pagers Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones. Thanks for your cooperation.

  3. Fire Medical Stress Severe Weather Parking Safety Briefing

  4. SEOCLEVEL10700 to 1900

  5. EOC Staffing • STATE COORDINATING OFFICER – Craig Fugate • SERT CHIEF – Mike DeLorenzo • OPERATIONS CHIEF – Dave Bujak • ESF 5 CHIEF – David Crisp • LOGISTICS CHIEF – Chuck Hagan • FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF – Suzanne Adams • PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER – Mike Stone • RECOVERY – Frank Koutnik

  6. State Coordinating Officer Craig Fugate Up Next – FEMA

  7. FEMA Up Next – SERT Chief

  8. SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo Up Next – Meteorology

  9. Meteorology Ben Nelson

  10. Hurricane Ophelia – 75 mph Winds

  11. Current Steering Flow

  12. Thursday AM Weather Map

  13. Up Next – Information & Planning

  14. Information & Planning David Crisp Up Next – Operations

  15. Holmes Jackson Escambia Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Gadsden Nassau Washington Calhoun Hamilton Jefferson Leon Bay Madison Duval Columbia Wakulla Suwannee Baker Liberty Taylor Union Clay Gulf Franklin Lafayette Bradford St. Johns Areas of Operations Gilchrist Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler Levy Marion Volusia Citrus Lake Seminole Sumter Hernando Pearl River George Orange Pasco Brevard Stone Osceola Pinellas Polk Hillsborough Jackson Indian River Harrison Manatee Hardee Okeechobee Hancock St. Lucie Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin Glades Charlotte Lee Hendry Palm Beach Broward Collier Extended Shelter Operations Miani-Dade Monroe Hurricane Ophelia Operations

  16. Holmes Jackson Escambia Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Gadsden Nassau Washington Calhoun Hamilton Jefferson Leon Bay Madison Duval Columbia Wakulla Suwannee Baker Liberty Taylor Union Clay Gulf Franklin Lafayette Bradford St. Johns Gilchrist Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler Panhandle Area of Operations Levy Marion Volusia Response Indicators Citrus Lake Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Sheltering Brevard Osceola Pinellas Polk Hillsborough Indian River No Shelters Open or on Standby Manatee Hardee Okeechobee St. Lucie Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin Shelters on Standby Glades Charlotte Lee Hendry Palm Beach Shelters Open Broward Collier Miani-Dade Mississippi 101 ARC shelters open, 12,870 Monroe

  17. Mississippi Operational Summary

  18. Mississippi Operational Summary

  19. Planning Considerations Focus response efforts on: South Florida Panhandle Task Force Florida – Mississippi Shelterees from other states Tropical Storm Ophelia Keep the emergency worker safe. Emergency workers must go through “check-in.” Anticipate - What resources will likely be needed.

  20. Planning Considerations Fuel will be limited. Communicate – communicate – communicate. Unsafe and unsanitary work environment. Emergency workers should go through Debrief and Decontamination. Determine what resources are needed to handle Tropical Storm Ophelia. Report status information to ESF5. Up Next – Operations

  21. Operations Dave Bujak Up Next – Emergency Services

  22. Hurricane Katrina State IAP #18 Operational Period: 0700 09-11-05 to 0700 09-12-05

  23. Emergency Services Up Next – Human Services

  24. Emergency Services • Current Issues • ESF 4 & 9 • All Florida units deployed to Mississippi have demobilized with the exception of four PIO’s in Jackson County. • ESF 8 • Currently there are 196 staff deployed to Mississippi. To date, 390 staff (including all EMS) have been deployed as of September 11. • Demobilizing 4 staff today. • 7 new missions open. • 190 open missions. • ESF 10 • Environmental Teams working in Gulfport to identify unsecured hazardous materials. • Team working in Pearlington to identify unsecured hazardous materials. • 10 FLAWARN Technical Assistance teams deployed. Additional teams enroute. • ESF 10 working with ESF 8 and Mississippi DOH to identify drinking water facilities that are able to provide potable water.

  25. Emergency Services • Current Issues (cont) • ESF-16 • 597 Law enforcement deployed as of 09-11-2005 AM (272 State Law Enforcement (SLE) & 325 County/Municipal), 60 Law enforcement deployed from other states to impacted area • Law Enforcement support through MAC to all 6 counties. • Coordinate with counties to prepare for possible impact of Tropical Storm Ophelia. • Unmet needs: • None at this time • Future Operations: • Implement demobilization plans. Up Next – Human Services

  26. Human Services Up Next – Infrastructure

  27. Human Services • Current Issues (ESF 6) • Mississippi: • People in the Field: 18 member Human Services team including 3 from ESF 6, 2 from ESF 15, 2 from Branch, 5 from Walton County and 6 from Hillsborough County. • Anticpated Demob. by Friday, September 15, 2005 • Report From Stennis Human Services Group • Per ARC - There are 1,641 victims in 20 shelters in 4 of the 6 counties • ARC served 31,000 meals • TSA served 26,300 meals • The focus of the Florida Area command is now Hancock County, which is in the worst shave relative to the other counties. Stone and George counties are now in the Green is all categories. • Elder Affairs anticipates deploying 25 elder care specialists and DCF will add 5 mental health specialists over the next 3 weeks, to assist Mississippi with their recovery efforts • In Florida • ARC reports 1 shelter open with 26 shelterees. This shelter should close by tomorrow

  28. Human Services • Current Issues (cont) • ESF - 11 • 250 truckloads of water ordered for Florida: • * 82 trucks of water have been delivered and staged as of today. • * 61 additional trucks will be delivered within 72 hours. • * 3 trucks of shelf stable meals. • - 5 person ESF 11 LSA team on site at Stennis handling missions. • - Plans developed for replacement and subsequent demobilization of ESF 11 LSA team at Stennis. • ESF - 15 • Continue support of two 2 person teams in MS • Volunteer Reception Center (VRC) established in Hancock County • Volunteers and Donations Management team from Citrus County enroute to Hancock VRC • Assessment for VRC location in Jackson County • Completing and following up on previous missions • No new missions today • ESF - 17 • Coordinating requests from ESF 17 / SART Team in MS • Lee/Collier ACO Team will arrive Tallahassee farigrounds 6/10 for deployment t MS.

  29. Human Services • Unmet Needs: • ESF- 6 none • ESF-11 none • ESF 15 none • ESF -17 Mission 1764 hay request approved but not yet transported.

  30. Human Services • Future Operations • ESF - 6 • Continue to support Stennis operations as needed. Prepare for Ophelia response if needed. • ESF -11 • Implement demobilization plan as appropriate. • Monitor deliveries of water and ice into State warehouses. • ESF 15 • Preparing to downsize Hotline operations due to decrease in calls • Debrief with returning EMAC personnel • ESF - 17 • Lee/Collier ACO team will replace Brevard Co. Team • GA Team will arrive 9/12/05 and transition to replace FL ESF 17/SART ICP Team • Florida ESF 17/SART ICP will demobilize and return 9/14/05 (original 9 person team) Up Next – Infrastructure

  31. Infrastructure Up Next – Logistics

  32. Infrastructure • Current Issues • ESF1&3 • Mississippi: • Supporting fueling missions in Task Force Florida area of Ops (AO) in Mississippi • Coordinating to loan temporary bridges to Louisiana & Mississippi for I-10 recovery –deploy Monday 12 Sept05 • Approx. 18,050 gals of Unleaded Mogas and 23,600 gals of Diesel fuel on hand for first responders • Currently utilizing 15 tankers/tenders to support fuel operations in Mississippi • Preparing to transition fueling operations over to MEMA/FEMA or terminate

  33. Infrastructure • Current Issues • ESF2 • Harris Corporation- providing equipments and donating manpower to support Task Force Florida • Supporting transportable communications equipment for EMAC operations • Processing cell and sat phone orders for EMAC operations • ESF 12 (Fuel) • Mississippi: • Working propane missions • Florida: • Along I-10- Escambia- 50% had plenty, 38% were low • Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Washington, Bay- 60% had plenty, 20% were low • Leon and Gadsden- 76% had plenty, 24% were low • Duval - 100 % had plenty • Columbia, Suwanee, Madison, Baker and St Johns- 100% had plenty

  34. Infrastructure • Current Issues (cont) • ESF12 (Electric) • MISSISSIPPI: • Overall: about 73,030 customers w/o power • Six county AO, about 43,400customers without power • Hancock – 25,000 w/o power • Pearl River - 16,600 w/o power • Jackson - 1,800 w/o power • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Fuel support missions • Prepare for possible Hurricane Ophelia response • Prepare for transition and demobilization from Mississippi Up Next – Logistics

  35. Logistics Up Next – Recovery Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid

  36. EMAC Mutual Aid Up Next – Finance & Administration

  37. Finance & Administration Up Next – Public Information

  38. Public Information Up Next – Recovery

  39. Recovery Up Next – SERT Chief

  40. SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo

  41. Next Briefing September 12 at 1800 ESF Briefing