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2014-15 Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP) Planning Sub-grant Applications. Neverley Shoemake April 16, 2014. OVERVIEW. HMEP Grant Purpose : Increase effectiveness in safely and efficiently handling hazardous materials transportation incidents.

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2014 15 hazardous materials emergency preparedness hmep planning sub grant applications

2014-15 Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP)Planning Sub-grant Applications

Neverley Shoemake

April 16, 2014

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OVERVIEW

  • HMEP Grant Purpose: Increase effectiveness in safely and efficiently handling hazardous materials transportation incidents.
  • Eligibility: The State of California’s political subdivisions and federally-recognized Tribal Governments within California that have not applied directly to US DOT/PHMSA for funding under this grant program are eligible to apply.
  • PHMSA Top Priority: Reduce risks associated with the bulk transport of crude oil by rail.
welcome
WELCOME!
  • Planning Grant Overview
  • Is the project allowable?
  • How do I develop the proposal?
  • What forms are required?
  • Filing the application
  • What happens next?
  • Questions???
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SUPPORTED PLANNING ACTIVITIES

  • Supported Planning Activities:
    • Develop, improve, implement emergency plans/procedures
    • Emergency response drills and exercises
    • Determine hazardous materials flow patterns
    • Assess the need for regional HazMat response teams
  • Funding expected to be available: $ 515,020
    • To be distributed to agencies within all six LEPCs
    • State-level initiatives will be occurring as well
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IS THE PROJECT ALLOWABLE?

  • Focus is Hazardous Materials in transportation for commerce?
  • Beneficiaries are public agency HazMat responders?
    • If either is NO, the project is not allowable
  • The intended outcome(s) directly supports State objectives?
    • If NO, the project may not be funded
  • Resources: Cal OES HMEP Web page

Sub-grant Announcement Cal OES Sub-grant Guidance

PHMSA Activities & Expenditures Guide

Regulations (49 CFR 110, 49 CFR 18, 2 CFR 225)

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HOW DO I DEVELOP THE PROPOSAL?

  • Project Narrative
    • Narrative is the road map
    • Align with the intent of the grant and Cal OES Objectives
  • Work Schedule and Deliverables Form
    • Work Schedule is the timeline
    • Consider internal processes
  • Budget Sheet
    • Budget is an estimate
    • Costs must be allowable
  • Budget Narrative
    • How did you come up with those numbers?
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WHAT OTHER FORMS ARE REQUIRED?

  • Designation Statement
    • Project Manager
    • Financial Officer
    • Authorized Agent
  • Application Form
    • Carry Budget figures and Project Manager info forward
  • Assurances
    • Those on Designation Statement need to be familiar with provisions
    • Signature assures compliance
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WRAP UP

  • Filing deadline – June 2, 2014
    • Signed by the Authorized Agent by this date
    • Submit electronically to HMEP Grant Administrator by the deadline
    • Send hard copy to HMEP Grant Administrator postmarked by the deadline
  • What happens next?
    • LEPC approval and prioritization
    • Offer of funding by Cal OES
    • Applicant signs and returns acceptance documents
    • Performance period begins
    • Sub-grantee Webinar
questions
QUESTIONS?

Neverley Shoemake

HMEP Grant Administrator

Hazardous Materials Section

California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES)

3650 Schriever Ave

Mather, CA 95655

Office: (916) 845-8765    Fax: (916) 845-8734

http://www.caloes.ca.gov/HazardousMaterials/