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  1. Hurricane Charley August 13, 2004 1745 hrs

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

  3. SEOC LEVEL1ACTIVATION

  4. SEOC OPERATIONAL HOURS24 Hours

  5. EOC Staffing • STATE COORDINATING OFFICER - Craig Fugate • SERT CHIEF – Mike DeLorenzo • OPERATIONS CHIEF – Leo Lachat • SAFETY OFFICER – Mark Fuller • ESF 5 CHIEF - David Crisp • LOGISTICS CHIEF – Chuck Hagan • FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF – Suzanne Adams • PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER – Mike Stone • RECOVERY – Del Streid

  6. SEOC Safety Brief • Fire • Medical • Stress • Severe Weather

  7. EOC EVAC Routes N Up next – State Coordinating Officer

  8. STATE COORDINATING OFFICER Craig Fugate Up next – SERT Chief

  9. SERT CHIEF Mike DeLorenzo

  10. Operational ObjectivesHurricane Charley • Objectives • Re-establish Communication with Impacted area • Initiate Search and Rescue • Address basic human needs and life safety • Restoration of essential services • Begin Recovery operations Up next – FEMA ERT-A

  11. FEMA ERT-A Up next – METEOROLOGY

  12. METEOROLOGY Ben Nelson

  13. INFORMATION AND PLANNING David Crisp

  14. Monroe County Status Minor flooding at Key West Minor flooding at Fleming Island Power Outages on Big Pine and Cudjo Keys No problems with Hospitals No problems with the transportation infrastructure Damage Assessment continuing Monroe County EOC has stood-down Pier Destroyed on the Dry Tortugas

  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 Gilchrist Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler Levy Marion Volusia Citrus Lake County Emergency Operations Center Status Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Brevard Osceola Pinellas Polk Hillsborough Monitoring Indian River Manatee Hardee Okeechobee St. Lucie Partial Activation Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin Glades Full Activation Charlotte Lee Hendry Palm Beach Broward Collier Miani-Dade Monroe

  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 Levy Marion Volusia Citrus Lake Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Brevard Osceola Pinellas Local State of Emergency Polk Hillsborough Indian River Manatee Hardee Okeechobee St. Lucie Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin Glades Local State of Emergency Charlotte Lee Hendry Palm Beach Broward Collier Miani-Dade Monroe

  17. 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 Levy Marion Volusia Citrus Lake Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Brevard Osceola Pinellas Evacuation Status Polk Hillsborough Indian River Manatee Hardee Okeechobee St. Lucie Voluntary Evacuations Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin Glades Mandatory Evacuations Charlotte Lee Hendry Palm Beach Broward Collier Miani-Dade Monroe

  18. Evacuation Status County Evacuation Type Evacuees Dixie None 5,000 Levy Mandatory 65,000 Citrus Mandatory - Hernando (com) Mandatory - Pasco (com) Mandatory 168,000 Pinellas (com) Mandatory 380,000 Hillsborough (com) Mandatory 600,000 Manatee Mandatory 96,000 Sarasota Mandatory 84,000 Charlotte Mandatory 20,000 Lee Mandatory - Collier (com) Mandatory 1,500 Monroe (com) Mandatory -

  19. Evacuation Status County Evacuation Type Evacuees DeSoto Voluntary Hardee Mandatory 8,500 Polk Mandatory - Sumter Voluntary - Seminole Voluntary - Glades Voluntary - Duval Voluntary - St. Johns Voluntary - Flagler Voluntary - Clay Voluntary - Putnam Voluntary - Bradford Voluntary - Alachua Voluntary -

  20. Evacuation Status County Evacuation Type Evacuees DeSoto Voluntary Marion Voluntary - Lake Voluntary -

  21. Hurricane Charley Statistics Estimated 12,393,389 tons of debris Facilities Impacted: 4,524 schools 245 (58,061 beds)hospitals 505 fire stations 604 police stations Economic Impact Building Damage $12.6 Billion Content Damage $ 3.6 Billion Inventory Loss $ 46 Million Up next – Operations Chief

  22. OPERATIONS Leo Lachat Up next – ESF 1&3

  23. ESF #1 - TransportationESF #3 - Public Works • Current Issues • Providing requested state resources, i.e. sandbags, VMBs • Maintaining suspended tolls • Monitoring airport, seaport, railroad operations • Mobilizing State RECON team members • Mobilizing State RIAT team members • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Support on-going preparedness needs • Support impact response needs • Planning for recovery needs Up next – ESF 2&7

  24. ESF #2 - CommunicationsESF #7 - Resource Support • Current Issues • Monitoring communications systems coordinating installation for POTs lines, DIA's, DSL lines for projected LSA site in Lakeland • 150 plus single line analog phones loaded • approx. 250 cell phones already provided via Cingular • 300 cell phones staged (150 in WPB/150 Ft. Lauderdale) • approx .1000 telephone lines back up in Key West • North Collier County 800 MHz site down (Troopers unable to talk to dispatchers) • Charlotte and Hardy minor communication/ microwave links (rain/wind phase) • Centrex lines installed @ Lakeland airport • ESF 2 RIAT team deployed • No phone lines outages known

  25. ESF #2 - CommunicationsESF #7 - Resource Support • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Support telecommunications for LSA site, support SEOC with telecommunications as needed • Anticipating major communications outages Up next – ESF 4&9

  26. ESF #4 - FirefightingESF #9 - Search & Rescue • Current Issues • Planning cell for deployment of resources • Planning for impact assessment on fire stations in impact area • Planning for backfilling of personnel for fire stations in impact area • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continual planning for need of additional assets from other states • Possible RIAT deployment needs Up next – ESF 6

  27. ESF #6 - Mass Care • Current Issues • Priority of Effort is to respond to mission requests and to update the shelter database. • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Monitor the course of the evacuation, respond to mission requests, and continue verifying and updating the information in the shelter database. Up next – ESF 8

  28. ESF #8 - Health & Medical • Current Issues • Deployed staff for the Logistic Staging Area (LSA) • Special Needs Shelters (SNS) Open- 60 • SNS occupancy - 3897 • 89 health care facilities evacuated - AHCA • 12 DMATs on alert • 5 DMATs on standby • Identifying staff for the Mass Care Assessment Flight • EMAC mission (#442) to identify special needs nurses- • Monitoring evacuation and status of hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities. • Identified 2 teams (AHCA) to survey health care facilities in the impact area. • Developing a mass casualty planning

  29. ESF #8 - Health & Medical • Resources Deployed • Regional Emergency Response Advisors – • LSA - 2 • Supporting SNS • RNs - 18+ • MDs – 4 • EMTs - 2 • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Identification of the location for the DMAT • Emergency responder health and safety (CISD) • DMORT • Identification of air medical transportation • Identify current hospital capacities (Status of health care infrastructure) • Assessment of Lee, Charlotte, and Collier county health departments • Rapid Impact Assessment Team (RIAT) members • Forward State Emergency Response Team (F SERT) Up next – ESF 10

  30. ESF #10 - Hazardous Materials • Current Issues • Adjusting focus to current area of threat • Re-evaluating water facility issues for Ft. Myers, Port Charlotte area • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Coordinating Water Facility issues with ESF 8 & 11 • Developing strategy with EPA for Haz-Mat Response following the storm Up next – ESF 11

  31. ESF #11 - Food, Water & Ice • Current Issues • First trucks of water and ice are currently enroute to the Leon County Fairgrounds. • Initial orders for USDA commodities are staged at the warehouse. • ESF 11 LSA team scheduled to depart for Lakeland Airport at 0800 hrs on 8/14/2004. • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Monitor inventory of resources and resupply as needed. • Support efforts of disaster feeding organizations. • Work with USDA regarding resupplying of commodities Up next – ESF 12

  32. ESF #12 - Energy • Current Issues • Approximately 22,900 customers without power as of 4:00 p.m. • Survey of fuel availability shows fuel is adequate • Generating plants at Bartow and Anclote are being brought back on-line this afternoon • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Support evacuations and operations. Monitor status of power systems. Up next – ESF 13

  33. ESF #13 - Military Support • Current Issues • 5000 soldiers authorized for SAD, Liaison officers deployed, mobilized high wheeled vehicles and teams for evacuation and support missions, 5 RECON teams deployed, 1 RIAT team mobilized • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Support LSA missions, security missions, aircraft missions Up next – ESF 15

  34. ESF #15 - Volunteers and Donations • Current Issues • Volunteer Centers planning volunteer reception centers • Communicating with multiple donors of water. • Daily FLVOAD conf. calls. Coordinating with FEMA VAL • Unmet Needs • Volunteers to staff Volunteers & Donations Hotline • Future Operations • Considering an EMAC request for donations mgt. strike team • Staging AmeriCorps teams to assist with dry-ins • Florida Baptist have shower units and mass kitchens to work with ARC and TSA Up next – ESF 16

  35. ESF #16 – Law Enforcement • Current Issues • State law enforcement officers continue to perform normal response and have placed approximately 700 officers on standby for immediate response. Storm related activity occurring is counties being closely monitored and continue to standby for requests by local authorities. • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • LSA assessment and security as needed Up next – ESF 17

  36. ESF #17 – Animal Protection • Current Issues • Animal export restrictions lifted to facilitate evacuation • Animal shelter and housing identified at www.doacs.state.fl.us/ai/index.htm • North and South Florida INSERT (RIAT) teams ready to activate • Compiling information on animal rescue teams • FWC identifying wildlife/exotic animal concerns • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • RIAT and Field assessment teams in place post storm • Carcass disposal considerations pending • Evacuated animal return issues Up next – ESF 14

  37. ESF 14PUBLIC INFORMATION

  38. ESF 14- Public Information • Current Issues • Media interest heavy, Governor has completed 2 press conferences, full availability, ongoing briefings by ESF 14, 24 hour satellite feed regarding issues such as Department of Health, Highway Patrol and Department of Law Enforcement, multiple agency heads have been available for media (highly successful). • Unmet Needs • Ongoing information of interest and importance to the public. Appeal to all ESFs to share current information of public interest as soon as possible. • Future Operations • Meeting the needs of media & public. Up next – Finance & Administration

  39. FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

  40. Finance and Administration • Current Issues • P.O.s issued for equipment for the LSA. • Made travel arrangements for A-Team. • Some cost estimates from state agencies have been received • Unmet Needs – • None • Future Operations – • Next State Agency Finance Officers conference call will be held Monday, 8/16/04 at 2:00 PM (850) 410-3600. • Assist in any purchasing or deployment needs. Up next – Logistics

  41. LOGISTICS Chuck Hagan

  42. Logistics • Current Issues • Mutual Aid Branch: • EMAC "A" Team has arrived • Developing stand-by EMAC SOW's for FLNG Helicopters and Swift Water Rescue teams • Deployment & Planning Branch: • State Mobile Command Vehicle and ALERT-710 LSA Support Trailer ready • Tactical Support Equipment Ready • 3 Satellite Radio/Telephones issued to CAP in support of RECON Mission in the Panhandle • Three FLNG Logistics staff on-site to support operations • Supporting FEMA MERS Detachment and ERT-A at the Easley Center

  43. Logistics • Current Issues (continued) • Resource Management Branch: • Warning Orders have been issued to contract vendors • Coordinating with FEMA Logistics on federal "Push Packages" • Two DMS Purchasing staff on site to support Branch • LSA Type I package on way to Tallahassee, will stage at Fair Grounds until LSA Site selected. • Establishing a LSA at Lakeland Airport • Unmet Needs • Continued staffing for long term operations

  44. Logistics • Future Operations • SERT "A" Team Deployment as required • Establish LSA as required • Support FEMA MERS as required • Coordinate with FEMA Logistics on available resources and Push Packages • EMAC "A" Team arrival, briefing and utilization • Determine RRT personnel availability once storms clear state Up next – Recovery

  45. RECOVERY Frank Koutnik

  46. Recovery • Current Issues • ARLs continue deployment--conference call at 1630--Winston Thaxter ARL in Charlotte---"Winds 110 mph sustained, we are in the jail!" All holding position for the moment. Only significant weather in Charlotte and Collier--Collier sustained 60-70 mph, on generator power--damage reports beginning....substantial assistance requests being relayed by ARL • Meeting held with FEMA to coordinate PA/IA Damage, coordination is ongoing; cooperation and teamwork are excellent! • 26 PDA Teams identified/15 IA Teams identified • Community Relations Teams identified • Determined priority for initial deployments • Field Operations Planning Cell met, DFO and other planning underway • Deployment expected for several months or longer

  47. Recovery • Unmet Needs • Submitted EMAC request for Human Needs and Public Assistance personnel; other EMAC missions are being identified • Future Operations • Federal teams arriving Sunday; deployment with state counterparts Monday morning • A-team member deploying shortly Up next – SERT Chief

  48. SERT CHIEF Mike DeLorenzo

  49. NEXT BRIEFING 14 August 2004 0730 ESF Briefing