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Hurricane Katrina. 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 0700 – 1900. EOC Staffing.

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Fire

Medical

Stress

Severe Weather

Parking

Safety Briefing

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EOC Staffing
  • STATE COORDINATING OFFICER – Craig Fugate
  • SERT CHIEF – Eve Rainey
  • OPERATIONS CHIEF – Mark Fuller
  • ESF 5 CHIEF – Patrick Odom
  • LOGISTICS CHIEF – Chuck Hagan
  • FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF – Suzanne Adams
  • PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER – Mike Stone
  • RECOVERY – Frank Koutnik
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State Coordinating Officer

Craig Fugate

Up Next – FEMA

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FEMA

Up Next – SERT Chief

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SERT Chief

Michael DeLorenzo

Up Next – Meteorology

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Meteorology

Justin Balbierer

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Current Steering Flow

Up Next – Information & Planning

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Information & Planning

Patrick Odom

Up Next – Operations

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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

Areas of Operations

Dixie

Flagler

Levy

Marion

Volusia

Citrus

Lake

Seminole

Sumter

Hernando

Orange

Pasco

Brevard

Osceola

Pinellas

Polk

Hillsborough

George

Indian River

Stone

Pearl River

Manatee

Hardee

Okeechobee

St. Lucie

Highlands

DeSoto

Sarasota

Martin

Jackson

Glades

Charlotte

Harrison

Hancock

Lee

Hendry

Palm Beach

Broward

Collier

Miani-Dade

Monroe

Extended Shelter Operations

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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 92 ARC shelters open, 13,554

Monroe

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Mississippi Operational Summary

Current Personnel Deployed – 1821

Cumulative Deployments – 3714

Total Cost to Date - $83,000,000

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EMAC – 33 states - 13,526 personnel - $197,037,734.47.

Burning Bans in effect for:

Stone

George

Harrison

Hancock

Jackson

Salvation Army 45 Mobile Kitchens and 3 Base Camp Kitchens delivered 47,473 meals

ARC 10 Portable Kitchens delivered 134,269 meals

Currently 92 ARC and 23 non-ARC shelters open. The current total population registered is 13,554.

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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.

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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

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Operations

Up Next – ESF 1&3

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Hurricane Katrina State IAP #17

Operational Period: 0700 09-12-05 to 0700 09-13-05

Up Next – ESF 1&3

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ESF 1&3

Transportation & Public Works

Up Next – ESF 2

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ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works
  • Current Issues
    • Fuel- continue to support fuel operations
    • Mississippi Bridge recovery to deploy on Mon
    • Preparing Demobilizing Plan
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Support future EMAC missions as needed

Up Next – ESF 2

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ESF 2

Communications

Up Next – ESF 4&9

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ESF 4&9

Firefighting and Search & Rescue

Up Next – ESF 6

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ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue
  • Current Issues
    • Four PIO’s deployed to Jackson County. They anticipate demobilization by 9/18/05.
    • All other non-DOF Florida units deployed to Mississippi have demobilized with the exception of the above.
    • DOF is working to update the status of missions they have tasked and completed.
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Continue to monitor situation and future operations.

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
    • 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.
    • Anticipated Demob. by Friday, September 15, 2005
    • Open ESF 6 missions - 4 New ESF 6 missions today - 0
    • 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
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ESF 6 – Mass Care
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Continue to support Stennis operations as needed.
    • Prepare for Ophelia response if needed.

Up Next – ESF 8

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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 Operations
    • 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
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • EPI Strike Team scheduled for demobilization Tuesday 9/13
    • Disengagement of all ESF 8 operations in Mississippi by September 29th

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
    • E Team demobed
    • T Team 9/11 is the last day of deployment. Will demob on the morning of 9/12 and return to Florida.
    • FlaWARN continues to maintain 10 Technical Assistance teams in Mississippi.
    • ESF 10 and ESF 8 continue to work with drinking water facilities in Mississippi.
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Continue to work with wastewater facilities.
    • Monitor Fla Ports status
    • Reduce presence at EOC.

Up Next – ESF 11

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ESF 11

Food & Water

Up Next – ESF 12

Up Next – ESF 12

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ESF 11 – Food & Water
  • Current Issues
    • 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.
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Implement demobilization plan as appropriate
    • Monitor deliveries of water and ice into state warehouses.

Up Next – ESF 12

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ESF 12

Energy

Up Next – ESF 13

Up Next – ESF 13

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ESF 12 – Energy
  • Current Issues
    • ELECTRICITY/NATURAL GAS AND PRODUCTION FACILITIES
    • Mississippi Electric Power Association:  Total of 95,391 statewide without power  
    • The following is a breakdown of the power outages within the counties which are being assisted by the State of Florida:  
      • Hancock County- 39,600
      • Pearl River County– 17,350
      • Jackson County- 2,650
      • Total - 59,600 
    • Mississippi Power:   Total of 35,095 statewide without power
    • The following is a breakdown of the power outages within the counties which are being assisted by the State of Florida:  
      • Harrison County - 0 - Service restored to all customers that can safely receive power. 
      • Jackson County - 0 - Service restored to all customers that can safely receive power. 
      • George County - 0 - Service restored to all customers that can safely receive power.
      • Stone County - 0 - Service restored to all customers that can safely receive power. 
      • Pearl River County- 320
      • Hancock County - 0 - Service restored to all customers that can safely receive power. 
      • Total - 320
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ESF 12 – Energy
  • Current Issues
    • Entergy Total - 0 - There could be a few unknown outliers, but service has been restored to all customers that can safely receive power.    
    • Mississippi Power estimates that all customers statewide that can safely receive power will have service restored by midnight Sunday, 9/11/05.
    • Natural Gas transmission pipelines in the path of Katrina survived with minimal damage.  A total of 15 natural gas processing plants in the states of Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, were impacted either due to flooding, damage to equipment or power failure. Seven out of fifteen impacted plants have started operating again. One is the Williams Midstream plant in Mobile Bay.  It appears that only a few plants have sustained damage and could take a few weeks for them to come online again.
    • Petroleum and Gas Production Information- Reports on 9/10, 14.9 percent of 819 manned platforms and 2.24 percent of 134 rigs remain evacuated in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM). Today’s shut-in oil production is 897,605 BOPD. The shut-in oil production is equivalent to 59.8 percent of the daily oil production in the GOM, which is currently approximately 1.5 million BOPD. Shut-in gas production was 3.821 BCFPD. This shut-in gas production is equivalent to 38.21 percent of the daily gas production in the GOM, which is currently approximately 10 BCFPD.
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ESF 12 – Energy
  • Current Issues
    • FUELS
    • Bulk Storage:
      • 167.0 million gallons available for distribution now by 8 petroleum companies.
      • Next 3 days: 135.4 million gallons on 33 ships
      • Next 9 days:  252.4 million gallons on 52 ships
    • Retail:
      • Escambia County:  Within the I-10 corridor, 63% of the facilities surveyed had plenty of fuel, while 13% were low and 24% were completely out.  Outside of the I-10 corridor, 59% of the facilities surveyed had plenty of fuel, 33% were low and 8% were completely out. 
      • Santa Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton, Washington, Holmes and Bay Counties:  Within the I-10 corridor, 43% of the facilities surveyed within these counties had plenty of fuel, while 14% were low and 43% were completely out.  Outside of the I-10 corridor, 22% of the facilities surveyed had plenty of fuel, 47% were low and 31% were completely out.
      • Leon and, Gadsden Counties:  43% of the facilities surveyed this morning had plenty of fuel, while 57% were low
      • Duval County:  91% of the facilities surveyed had plenty of fuel, while 9% were low.  5 facilities did not answer.
      • Columbia, Suwannee, Madison, Baker and St. Johns Counties:  100% of the facilities surveyed in these counties had plenty of fuel.
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ESF 12 – Energy
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Continue supporting fuel and electricity issues on Katrina, Mississippi and Ophelia.

Up Next – ESF 13

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ESF 13

Military Support

Up Next – ESF 14

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ESF 13 – Military Support
  • Current Issues
    • 538 Soldiers & Airmen on State Active Duty
    • Cost: $1,940,444
    • Area of Operations is cities of Bay St. Louis, Waveland, Gulfport, Pensacola
    • Joint Task Force ENGINEERS in Bay St. Louis, MS
    • Task Force Spoon in Gulfport
    • Task Force 3-124th INFANTRY to be replaced by 1-265th Air Defense Artillery for next 2-week rotation
    • Forward Logistics Element (FLE) at Pensacola Armory
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Sustain current operations.
    • Continue monitoring stateside situation.

Up Next – ESF 14

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ESF 14

Public Information

Up Next – ESF 15

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ESF 15

Volunteers & Donations

Up Next – ESF 16

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ESF 15 – Volunteers & Donations
  • Current Issues
    • 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
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Preparing to downsize Hotline operations due to decrease in calls
    • Debrief with returning EMAC personnel

Up Next – ESF 16

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ESF 16

Law Enforcement

Up Next – ESF 17

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ESF 17

Agriculture & Animal Protection

Up Next – Finance & Administration

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ESF 17 – Agriculture & Animal Protection
  • Current Issues
    • Coordinating requests from ESF 17 / SART Team in MS
    • Lee/Collier ACO Team will arrive Tallahassee fairgrounds 9/10 for deployment to MS.
  • Unmet Needs
    • Mission 1764 hay request approved but not yet transported.
    • No new missions today.
  • Future Operations
    • 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 – Finance & Administration

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Finance & Administration

Up Next – Logistics

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Finance & Administration
  • Current Issues
    • Continuing to purchase equipment and supplies
    • Tracking expenditures
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Continue to track costs
    • Continue to make necessary purchases
  • *** Agencies should be tracking EMAC costs. Updated estimated costs are due not later than close of business Monday***

Up Next – Logistics

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Logistics

Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid

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Logistics
  • Current Issues
    • Development of Time Phase Force Deployment Data List:
      • A nifty tool for measuring actions and timeframes in a glance
    • Monitoring and closing missions in Tracker
  • Unmet Needs
    • None at this time
  • Future Operations
    • Implementation of the transition plan
    • Begin demobing personnel starting 9/12/05- MAJ Trey Chauncey and SFC James Glover

Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid

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EMAC Mutual Aid

Up Next – Recovery

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Recovery

Up Next – SERT Chief

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SERT Chief

Michael DeLorenzo

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Next Briefing

September 12 at 0730

Branch Briefing

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