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Severe Weather. ESF Briefing Feburary 2, 2007. 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. SEOC LEVEL 1 24 Hour Operations.

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Severe Weather

ESF Briefing

Feburary 2, 2007

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Fire

Medical

Stress

Severe Weather

Parking

Safety Briefing

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STATE COORDINATING OFFICER – Craig Fugate

SERT CHIEF – David Halstead

OPERATIONS CHIEF – Leo Lachat

PLANS CHIEF – Carla Boyce

LOGISTICS CHIEF – Chuck Hagan

FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF – Pat Smith

PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER – Mike Stone

RECOVERY – Marcia Chiricos

EOC Staffing

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State Coordinating Officer

Craig Fugate

Up Next – SERT Chief

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SERT Chief

David Halstead

Up Next – Meteorology

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Meteorology

Ben Nelson

forecast weather map sunday am

Forecast Weather Map: Sunday AM

Up Next – Carla Boyce

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Information & Planning

Carla Boyce

TK LOY

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Information & Planning

Common Operational Picture

Coordinate IAP, Branch/Section specialty plans, ESF/Branch Briefings

  • Communicate accomplishments, movements and information on scrolling displays.
  • Evening briefing 80% of what’s planned and 20% of accomplishments
  • Continue to focus on activities planned in the next 12 hours.
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Area of Operations

  • On scrolling display
  • Lake, Sumter, Volusia – Primary
  • Seminole, Indian River, Marion - Secondary
  • State Road 40 south to Interstate 4
planning assumptions
Several Key FDEM staff and county EM directors are attending the Florida Emergency Preparedness Association conference in Daytona Beach

Area 1 and 5 Coordinator as well as 2 housing coordinators are deployed to Miami in support of the Super Bowl.

Area 4, 6, & 7 Disaster Housing Coordinators are deployed to other operations

Forward Area Command has been established

Use of generators and chain saws may become a safetyissue.

~2500 homes damaged, ~1500 major or destroyed

Planning Assumptions
issues constraints
Super bowl activities going into the weekend

Super bowl scheduled for Sunday 04FEB

MCV is currently down seven PCs, but operational

SEOC lost one eck server affecting users in Current Hazards spaces

Rainy and Cold Wx approaching

Issues & Constraints
plans and reports
Plans

Next SERT IAP meeting at 0630

1 additional planner expected Tuesday from Santa Rosa County

Reports

Situation report published at 1:30PM and 7:30PM

Intel Forecast report published at 10:30AM, 4:30PM and 11:30PM

Intel Critical Information published at 10:30AM, 4:30PM and 11:30PM

Plans and Reports

Up Next – Operations

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Operations

Leo Lachat

Up Next – ESF 1&3

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ESF 1&3

Transportation & Public Works

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ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works

  • Current Issues
    • Tolls suspended for utility teams
    • moving into impacted area.
    • Traffic counters activated for
    • for I-4 corridor:
    • www3.dot.state.fl.us/trafficinformation
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ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works

  • Current Issues.
    • SEOC Staffed for ESF 1 & 3 24hour
    • Level 1 operations
    • Variable message Boards and
    • cones and barricades for
    • maintenance of traffic for Volusia
    • County
    • Airports report all clear in impacted
    • Counties. No damage only debris
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ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works

  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Potential use of FDOT employees to be Disaster Recovery Center Managers.
    • Support SERT missions.

Up Next – ESF 2

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ESF 2

Communications

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ESF 2 – Communications

  • Current Issues –
  • Wireline
    • No major damage reports at this time.
    • Currently about 20 customer reports resulting from tornados, numbers expected to increase as customers report.
    • Approx. 20 DLC (Digital Loop Carriers) on generator or battery back-up in affected area
    • Approx. 2 Central Offices on generator back-up power
    • FEIL 800 line up and operational
    • 150-port conference line currently activated. In the process of setting up approximately 6 additional 100 port lines for SEOC.
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ESF 2 – Communications

  • Current Issues –
  • Wireless -
    • All wireless carriers are operational. Heavy capacity loads in Lake County area but no tower failures
    • SLERS (State Law Enforcement Radios System) is fully operational-some service congestion so TAC channel coordinated specifically for the affected area
    • FIN (Florida Interoperability Network) fully operational-except for T1 line in Deland is being worked on
    • Approximately 12 analog lines being installed in Governor's Conference room, CSA has been processed
  • Unmet Needs – None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Continue to monitor situation and support communications as needed

Up Next – ESF 4 & 9

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ESF 4&9

Firefighting and Search & Rescue

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ESF 4 & 9 – Food & Water

  • Current Issues –
    • Demobilizing Search and Rescue teams.
    • Maintaining canine search capability.
    • Coordinating Division of Forestry (DOF) access teams/chain saw, dozers.
  • Unmet Needs –
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Monitoring and supporting local resources.

Up Next – ESF 6

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ESF 6

Mass Care

Up Next – ESF 8

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ESF 6 – Mass Care

  • Current Issues –
    • Red Cross has 7 Emergency Response Vehicles (ERV'S) in the disaster area.
    • 13 more ERV's arriving tomorrow with 40 on standby.
    • Red Cross conducting data assessments.
    • Salvation Army has 5 Canteens working in the disaster area. More on standby.
    • Shelter database updated in real time @ Floridadisaster.org.
    • Elder Affairs and Children & Families mobilizing staff to provide assistance as required.
  • Unmet Needs – None at this time
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ESF 6 – Mass Care

  • Future Operations –
    • Continue shelter and mass care operations.
    • Continue providing SERT with information on mass care activities.
    • Elder Affairs scheduling conference calls with representatives in the disaster area through the weekend

Up Next – ESF 8 Health and Medical

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ESF 8

Health & Medical

Up Next – ESF 10

Up Next – ESF 10

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ESF 8 – Health & Medical

  • Current Issues –
    • Special Needs Shelters (SpNS) as of 1530
    • Lake County has 2 SpNS open
    • Villages Elementary School (Dual General and SpNS Shelter)
    • 3 clients (oxygen dependent: 1; electrically dependent: 1) and 1 caregiver
    • Bay Street Baptist Church (Dual General and SpNS Shelter) open but no clients at this time.
    • Nursing Homes some reporting minor issues and are being addressed locally
    • Volusia County reports 1 Davita Dialysis Center closed due to damage patients being treated in alternate location.
    • Logistics: Ordering sanitation packages (Sanpacks) for 2 ice and water stations (mission 86)
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ESF 8 – Health & Medical

  • Current Issues Continued –
    • Current ESF8 Forward Coordinating Element (3 staff) is returning to Tallahassee. Region 4 Regional Emergency Response Advisor (RERA) Ken Sturrock has deployed to the Lake County Emergency Operations Center to serve as the State ESF8 liaison to the state emergency response team (SERT).Unmet Needs – None at this time
    • Regional Emergency Response Advisors (RERAs) from Regions 3 & 5 continue assessments in their regions
    • Seven Health Regional Public Information Officers have been put on standby for possible deployment to assist the affected counties, public information effort.
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ESF 8 – Health & medical

  • Unmet Needs –
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Continue monitoring behavioral health issues
    • Continue assessment of health & medical facility status, especially power-related issues
    • Continue implementing response and recovery actions regarding health care infrastructure

Up Next – ESF 10

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ESF 10

Hazardous Materials

Up Next – ESF 11

Up Next – ESF 11

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ESF 10 – Hazardous Materials

  • Current Issues –
    • 90-foot dinner cruise vessel sunk at dock in south Deland with 150 gallons of diesel on board. Local Hazmat team responded and contractor hired to offload fuel.
    • Transformer spilled mineral oil at electric utility yard in Sumter County; currently being cleaned up.
    • Responders made contact with local EOC's.
  • Unmet Needs – None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Monitoring situation with field responders on standby
    • Continue followup on known spills

Up Next – ESF 11

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ESF 11

Food & Water

Up Next – ESF 12

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ESF 11 – Food & Water

  • Current Issues –
    • School food service authorities in affected counties notified authorized to release commodities to disaster feeding organizations for feeding at shelters
    • Working with Logistics on availability and delivery of bottled water and ice as requested
    • Determining amount of US Department of Agriculture food in inventory at state-contracted warehouse
    • Verifying warehouse and school food service after hours point of contact information
  • Unmet Needs – None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Deploy ESF 11 staff as needed
    • Arrange for delivery of US Department of Agriculture commodities to disaster feeding organizations if requested

Up Next – ESF 12

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ESF 12

Energy

Up Next – ESF 13

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ESF 11 – Food & Water

  • Current Issues –
    • Electric Energy - 10,258 total outages statewide.
      • Progress Energy Florida - 7,800 total outages.
      • Marion County outages - 3,300 90% of outages will be restored by mid-night tonight. Balance restored by 6 pm Saturday.
      • Volusia County outages - 4,500 90% of outages will be restored by mid-night tonight. Balance restored by 6 pm Saturday.
      • Florida Power and Light - 88 total outages.
      • Volusia County outages - 88 Service restored by midnight tomorrow.
      • Electric cooperatives - 2,195 total outages.
      • Citrus County outages - 24 Service restored by midnight tonight.
      • Lake County outages - 1,364 Service restored by noon tomorrow.
      • Marion County outages - 175 Service restored by noon tomorrow.
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ESF 11 – Food & Water

  • Current Issues (cont.) –
      • Sumter County outages - 632 Service restored by noon tomorrow.
      • Municipalities - 175 total outages.
      • New Smyrna Beach - 175 Service restored by midnight tonight.
    • Fuel Energy - There is no impact to the motor fuel availability in the impacted area.
    • Natural Gas - 308 natural gas customers in Marion County have had natural gas service turned off. All gas leaks in the area have been made safe. Approximately, 250 of the turned off gas services are too damaged to return to service. All gas services that can safety be returned to service will be restored within 12 hours.
  • Unmet Needs – None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Monitor and report electric utility outages and estimated times of restoration.

Up Next – ESF 13

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ESF 13

Military Support

Up Next – ESF 14

Up Next – ESF 14

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ESF 13 – Military Support

  • Current Issues –
    • 3 Blackhawks supporting damage assessment
    • Planning cell at HQs and unit in Tampa
  • Unmet Needs – None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • 2 PODs in Lake County
    • Continue followup on known spills

Up Next – ESF 14

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ESF 14

Public Information

Up Next – ESF 15

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ESF 15

Volunteers & Donations

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ESF 15 – Volunteers & Donations

  • Current Issues –
    • Staff on site to support Lake County.
    • Florida Voluntary Organization Active in Disaster (VOAD) conducted a conference call with partners and county representatives.
    • Supporting county ESF 15 operations.
    • Monitor support group activities (i.e. Catholic Charities, Night Runners, Adventist, Latter Day Saints, Second Harvest, Christian Contractors, American Red Cross, The Salvation Army, Florida Baptist Disaster Relief, NCCC AmeriCorps, Compassion Alliance, Florida VOAD).
    • Issues safety first press release.
    • Activated the Volunteer and Donation Hotline (1-800–FL HELP1)
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ESF 15 – Volunteers & Donations

  • Future Operations –
    • Staff on site to support Lake County.
    • Establish volunteer reception centers in impacted counties.
    • Support clean up operations.
    • Monitor long term recovery needs.
    • 2:00 PM Florida VOAD conference call (800) 320-4330 Pin number 049682# (Saturday)

Up Next – ESF 16

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ESF 16

Law Enforcement

Up Next – ESF 17

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ESF 16 – Law Enforcement

  • Current Issues –
    • Activated Law Enforcement MAC in Orlando with liaisons assigned to Command Posts in Lake and Volusia counties and Lake County EOC.
    • Assisting local law enforcement with secuirty, traffic and associated law enforcement missions.
    • State Corrections and Dept. of Juvenile Justice report only limited impact to facilities.
    • Approximately 140 state and local law enforcement officers have been deployed to impacted areas.
    • 200 law enforcement are on standby for additional response as requested.
    • Dusk to dawn curfew in Lake County impacted area.
  • Unmet Needs –
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Continue to assist local law enforcement.

Up Next – ESF 17

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ESF 17

Agriculture & Animal Protection

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ESF 17 – Agriculture & Animal Protection

  • Current Issues –
    • Field assessments in impact areas made by DAI staff - no immediate needs reported for outside assistanceUnmet Needs –
    • Localized damage to older buildings at Volusia Co fairgrounds severe, main facilities OK, no injuries reported
    • Contacts made with ESF-17 counterparts in impacted and surrounding counties
    • Coordination with partners (Animal Control, HSUS, IFAS, FSA, FWC) made
    • Unmet Needs - None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Respond to requests from County EOCs
    • ICP Team on standby for Ag issues if needed

Up Next – ESF 18

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ESF 18

Business, Industry & Economic Stabalization

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ESF 18

  • Current Issues –
    • Coordinating with local Econ. Devel. Org. to obtain better information on the extent of damage to businesses
  • Unmet Needs – None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Evaluate need for implementation of State's Small Business Loan Program
    • Coordinate deployment of AWI Mobile One Stop Units
    • Coordinate deployment of SBDC Mobile Unit(s)

Up Next – Finance & Administration

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Finance & Administration

  • Current Issues –
    • Established all accounting codes, spreadsheets to track costs
    • Emergency p-cards activated
    • Meals for EOC - SIGN IN PLEASE
    • PO's issued for supplies & equipment for response center in Orlando
    • Travel arrangements for response staff deployed to area
  • Unmet Needs – None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Continue to support EOC with any necessary purchases and deployment
    • ALL ESF's SHOULD TRACK THEIR COSTS

Up Next – Logistics

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Unified Logistics Section

Connie Nunn

Up Next – Recovery

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Unified Logistics Section

  • Current Issues –
    • Sending 5 trucks of water and Ice to Lake County
    • Getting two POD packages for Lake County - Open 2/3 07:30 AM
    • Identified LSA site in Orlando, will have operational 2/3 - State Logistical Response Center
    • Identifed LSA support package.
  • Unmet Needs –
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Have State Logistical Staging area and Points of Distribution open on 2/3
    • Continue to meet needs of Counties.

Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid

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EMAC Mutual Aid

Up Next – Recovery

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EMAC Mutual Aid

  • Current Issues –
    • Identifying available IMT's
    • Monitoring Tracker for resource requests.
  • Unmet Needs –
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations –
    • Continue to monitor Tracker for additional requests from the counties.
    • Begin identifying relief statffing for State EOC.

Up Next – Recovery

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Recovery

Up Next – SERT Chief

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SERT Chief

David Halstead

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