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Tropical Storm Ernesto. Morning Briefing August 31, 2006. 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.

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Tropical Storm Ernesto

Morning Briefing

August 31, 2006

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Fire

Medical

Stress

Severe Weather

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Safety Briefing

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EOC Staffing

  • DEPUTY STATE COORDINATING OFFICER – David Halstead
  • SERT CHIEF – Leo Lachat
  • OPERATIONS CHIEF – Dave Bujak
  • INFO & PLANS CHIEF – Carla Boyce
  • LOGISTICS CHIEF – Chuck Hagan
  • FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF – Cherie Trainor
  • PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER – Mike Stone
  • RECOVERY – Marcia Chircos
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Deputy State Coordinating Officer

David Halstead

Up Next – SERT Chief

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SERT Chief

Leo Lachat

Up Next – Meteorology

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Meteorology

Ben Nelson

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Information & Planning

Carla Boyce

Up Next – Operations

begin stand down procedures and prepare for future activations
Complete tracker missions

Rehab & return equipment to ready status

Restock/reorder supplies

Restock/prepare go-kits for future deployment

Prepare templates/documents for next incident

Archive records/backup data & databases

Reboot PCs, login to all critical applications and lock workstation

Information & Planning

Begin STAND DOWN procedures and prepare for future activations
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Lake Okeechobee

Lake Level – 12.24 feet

USACE-Jacksonville indicates

An anticipated rise of up to 3”

Based on current rainfall predictions

Up Next – Operations

changes in perspective
May – State Exercise, Hurricane Conference, Prepare

June – Hurricane Season Begins

July – Hurricane Season

August – Hurricane Season

September – Hurricane Season

October – Hurricane Season

November – Hurricane Season

December – Recoop, Holidays

January – Holidays, Catch-up

February – Begin tweaking-development, Prepare

March – Finalize development, Training, Prepare

April – Training, Prepare

Information & Planning

Changes . . . . .in Perspective
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Operations

Dave Bujak

Up Next – Emergency Services

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General Operating Objectives

  • Monitor elections plan as appropriate
  • Review staffing and deployment plans and right size
  • Continue to support evacuations and evaluate / prepare re entry plans
  • Monitor impacts from Ernesto
  • Consider / Prepare for possible outward mutual aid deployment

Up Next – Operations Support

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Operations Support

Up Next – Emergency Services

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Operations Support

  • Current Issues
    • All SERT Liaisons have either returned to home base 8/30 or are en route this morning (8/31).
    • There were a total of 18 SERT Liaisons deployed to support 11 counties for this operation.
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Continue to account for staff returning to home base.
    • Continue to monitor Tracker to ensure missions are updated or completed.

Up Next – Emergency Services

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Emergency Services

Up Next – Human Services

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Emergency Services

  • Current Issues
    • ESF 4 & 9
      • Support and Close the remaining DOF Missions
    • ESF 8
      • Monitor for increased storm related injuries
      • Mosquito control assistance as needed
      • Monitor dialysis center openings
    • ESF 10
      • Continue Beach and Haz-Mat assessments
      • Port Canaveral is closed-scheduled to reopen 8/31/06
    • ESF 16
      • Complete and close all tracker request
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Monitor Storm
    • Deactivate

Up Next – Human Services

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Human Services

Up Next – ESF 4&9

Up Next – Infrastructure

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Human Services

  • Current Issues
    • ESF 11 still working missions for water/ice
    • ESF 6 monitoring closeout of shelters
    • ESF 15 monitoring needs of local constituents
    • ESF 17 IMTs activated and monitoring for potential issues
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Demobilization
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Human Services

  • Lesson Learned/New Activities:
    • Completed on-the-job training for all new staff
    • Enhanced the depth of Human Services Branch Chief by utilizing DOE and DOR personnel
    • Implemented Branch Planner SOP
    • Implemented updated/revised Branch operating procedure

Up Next – Infrastructure

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Infrastructure

Up Next – Logistics

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Infrastructure

  • Current Issues
    • Three Ups:
      • Planning
      • Coordination
      • Ability to Train New Branch Personnel
    • Three Downs:
      • Recon.
      • Information Gathering and Dissemination
      • Groove
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Infrastructure

  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Support Power restoration missions
    • Continue Demobilization

Up Next – Logistics

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Logistics

Up Next – Finance & Administration

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Finance & Administration

Up Next – Public Information

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Finance & Administration

  • Current Issues
    • Collecting State Agency costs estimates
    • Cost Estimates:
      • Maximum cost - $3,590,925.16
      • Estimated cost - $1,750,000.00
    • This represents
      • 23 total purchase requests
      • 8 cancelled requests
      • 14 reduced cost estimates pending
      • 1 known cost
    • 17 total TARs completed, some pending
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Working with Logistics, DMS & vendors to revise estimates for deploying services
    • Work with staff & supervisors for submittal of travel vouchers for deployment
    • Working with State Agency Finance Officer to document costs incurred

Up Next – Public Information

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Public Information

Up Next – Recovery

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Public Information - Highlights

  • Conducted daily media briefings, Good coordination with EOG and Agency Head involvement.
  • New players: Successfully rolled out new staffing plan by Agency.
  • FAPIO Deployment Teams and FLNG Multi-media: Ramped up quickly.
  • WFSU -TV/ FL CHANNEL support: Key partnerships that have enhanced SEOC capabilities
  • DCA partners: FEIL and IRT operations teams, conduit to Public and Legislative Leadership.
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Public Information – Looking Forward

  • Ongoing upgrade of facility: Computers, Media monitoring capabilities.
  • Solved Briefing Sheet format. Seeking to standardize timing and sources of intel deliverables to EOG from ESFs and agencies
  • “Feeding the Web” Develop additional support, heavy demand for dynamic content
  • Develop Haitian- Creole materials, PSA’s
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ESF 14 / Public Information

Any Questions?

Thanks!

Up Next – Recovery

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Recovery

Up Next – SERT Chief

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SERT Chief

Leo Lachat