slide1 n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Hurricane Wilma PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Hurricane Wilma

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 48

Hurricane Wilma - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 102 Views
  • Uploaded on

Hurricane Wilma. Branch Briefing October 30, 2005. 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.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Hurricane Wilma' - loc


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
slide1

Hurricane Wilma

Branch Briefing

October 30, 2005

slide3
Fire

Medical

Stress

Severe Weather

Parking

Safety Briefing

slide5

Unified Command EOC Staffing

STATE and FEDERAL COORDINATING OFFICERS

  • Craig Fugate – Scott Morris

SERT CHIEF

  • Mike DeLorenzo – Justin DeMello

OPERATIONS CHIEF

  • Dave Bujak – Gracia Szczech

INFORMATION AND PLANNING CHIEF

  • David Crisp

LOGISTICS CHIEF

  • Chuck Hagan – Joe Burchette

FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF

  • Suzanne Adams

PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER

  • Mike Stone – Nicole Jerger

RECOVERY

  • Frank Koutnik
slide6

State Coordinating Officer

Craig Fugate

Scott Morris

Up Next – SERT Chief

slide7

SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

Justin DeMello

Up Next – Meteorology

slide8

Meteorology

Ben Nelson

slide12

Rainfall Forecast: 7 AM Wed – 7 AM Fri

Up Next – Information & Planning

slide13

Information & Planning

David Crisp

Up Next – Operations

slide14

Wednesday, October 26th

Saturday, October 29th

slide16

Planning Considerations

Emergency Workers will be going into Hazardous areas.

Sanitation becoming a problem to residents and emergency workers.

Electric outages severe in most south Florida Counties.

Debris clearance is transitioning to debris removal.

Mass Care operations will be long term.

Spot Fuel Outages.

Recovery Operations, DRC’s and PDA’s are beginning the recovery process.

slide17

Planning Considerations

Election on Tuesday in Miami has been postponed.

Transition to intermediate shelter and temporary housing

There will be a lot of responders in south Florida – communicate – communicate – communicate.

Keep the emergency worker safe.

Up Next - Operations

slide18

Operations

Leo Lachat

Gracia Szczech

Up Next – Emergency Services

slide19

Hurricane Wilma Unified Command IAP #11

Operational Period: 1900 10-29-05 to 1900 10-30-05

slide20

Hurricane Wilma Unified Command IAP #11

Operational Period: 1900 10-29-05 to 1900 10-30-05

Up Next – Emergency Services

slide21

Emergency Services

Up Next – Human Services

slide22

Emergency Services

  • Current Issues
  • ESF 4 & 9
    • Engine Strike Teams mobilized (Broward and Collier Counties)
    • Fire Inspectors mobilized (Broward County)
    • Water Tankers mobilized (Collier, Broward, and Monroe Counties)
    • Engine Companies mobilized (Hendry and Monroe Counties)
    • Advance Life Support Units mobilized (Monroe County)
    • DOF Teams and resources mobilized in Monroe, Volusia, Hendry and Hillsborough Counties
  • ESF 8
    • 3 SpNS shelters are open with a census of 80
    • 44 staff deployed in support of ESF8 missions
    • Hospital surveillance results available this weekend
    • Ongoing assessment of environmental health issues
    • Educating grocery, day care, and school staff on environmental health matters
slide23

Emergency Services

  • Current Issues (continued)
  • ESF 10
    • Local HazMat teams responding to incidents
    • 10 FlaWARN teams assisting water and wastewater facilities
  • ESF 16
    • 1,008 State and Local Law Enforcement officers deployed
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
slide24

Emergency Services

  • Future Operations
  • ESF 4 & 9
    • Monitor for needed/and identify additional resources
  • ESF 8
    • Continue to support ESF8 Operations in affected areas
    • Begin to demobilize ESF 8 assets
  • ESF 10
    • State parks and HazMat cleanup continues
    • FlaWARN teams continue to work with water facilities
    • Beach assessments continuing; see ESF 10 most current assessments
    • ESF 10 coordinating solid waste and debris disposal
  • ESF 16
    • Continue to provide assistance to local law enforcement in impacted areas
    • Anticipate demobilizing out-of-region assets from Ft. Myers Region by Sunday, 11/30
    • Assess and redeploy assets as necessary

Up Next – Human Services

slide25

Human Services

Up Next – ESF 4&9

Up Next – Infrastructure

slide26

Human Services

  • Current Issues
  • ESF 6
    • Shelters. Nine (9) counties have 20 open shelters housing 2,028 individuals. No shelters on stand-by. Several communities assessing the need for longer term sheltering.
    • The American Red Cross (ARC) has 51 fixed feeding sites and 67 mobile routes.
    • The Salvation Army (TSA) has 32 units in the field, 7 of them are roving.
    • Southern Baptists have 18 kitchens operational.
    • Served 207,907 meals on 10/28/05.
  • ESF 11
    • 508 trucks of water and 519 trucks of ice delivered to LSAs.
    • 13,446 cases of baby food, formula and supplies shipped to date. Additional product has been received.
    • 2,390 cases of USDA commodity shipped to date.
    • LSA team at LSA West Palm Beach.
slide27

Human Services

  • Current Issues (continued)
  • ESF 15
    • Continue to match donations to county needs.
    • Continue to support POD staffing.
    • Volunteer and Donation Hotline is running from 8am-5pm (1-800 FL-HELP1)
    • Assessment of county volunteer management needs and available resources.
  • ESF 17
    • ESF-17 Incident Command Post (ICP) in Kissimmee at Osceola IFAS Extension Office.
    • 8 Assessment and Response Teams deployed to Palm Beach and Glades counties.
    • State Agricultural Response Team (SART) partner agencies assisting with damage assessments and response efforts.
    • Assisting Palm Beach County with animal needs in Belle Glades area.
    • Assessment in West Coast and Keys completed. No critical needs at this time.
slide28

Human Services

  • Current Issues (continued)
  • Other HS Functions
    • Department of Education: 2 school districts south of I-4 corridor closed.
    • Dept of Children & Families, Dept of Elder Affairs, Agency for Workforce Innovation (AWI) monitoring situation and preparing as appropriate.
    • Community Response Teams and DRC Managers deployed to affected areas for individual and public needs assistance.
  • Unmet Needs
  • ESF 6
    • Fuel for the kitchens.
  • ESF 17
    • Fuel shortages reported for veterinary hospitals, animal shelters and dairy producers.
slide29

Human Services

  • Future Operations:
  • ESF 6
    • Continue coordinating the acquisition of resources for distribution to effected communities by TSA and the ARC.
  • ESF 11
    • Coordinating deliveries of USDA commodities to state contracted warehouse, ARC, and TSA.
    • Continue to monitor and re-supply LSAs as needed.
  • ESF 15
    • Develop strategy to assist Volunteer groups with liability issues.
  • ESF 17
    • Complete final assessments.
    • Demobilization of ICP personnel.
    • FDACS Ag. Environmental Services evaluating mosquito spraying missions.

Up Next – Infrastructure

slide30

Infrastructure

Up Next – Logistics

slide31

Infrastructure

  • Current Issues
  • ESF1&3
    • FDOT conducting recon and debris clearance missions
    • FDOT maintenance yards (fuel) are operational
    • All airports are open; seaports are open with restrictions
    • 460 traffic generators wired in, 140 more in process
  • ESF2
    • Currently deployed 636 cell phones, 25 satellite phones, 9 air-cards, 16 FRS-2 way radios (very short range), 6 Tracstar, 180 POTs, 25 COWs, 16 conference bridge lines (100/40 port)
    • Landline phones outages approx 832,000;
    • Cell Wireless Coverage- Region 4- 90% operational, Region 5- 98% operational, Region 6- 94% operational, and Region 7- 92% operational
slide32

Infrastructure

  • Current Issues
  • FUEL
    • Seventeen (17) Fuel Tankers mobilized in support of LE, security and emergency services
    • Four first responder fueling sites being established: Broward-FAU Downtown Ft. Lauderdale Campus & Davie Campus; Palm Beach Gardens Comm. College; and Miami-Dade Comm. College, North Campus…all assets on-scene and pumping fuel; see tracker #2074
    • Fuel recipients must have ID or agency marked vehicle, and be a part of federal/state/local & volunteer Hurricane relief missions (life-saving, life-sustaining and recovery); see tracker # 1962
    • ARF for twelve (12) tenders under tracker #2105; tenders enroute ATT
  • ELECTRIC
    • FP&L, Co-ops and municipals report that 9,400+ personnel deployed, and out-of-state, Canada and mutual aid crews responding
    • Power outage reports on tracker #380, and detailed Estimated Times of Restoration (ETR) on tracker #390,
    • Approx 1.066,926. Customers without electric service
    • Hospitals 100%operational
slide33

Infrastructure

  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Flood control missions
  • Fuel support missions
  • Telecomm support missions
  • Support emergency services operations
  • Support recovery operations

Up Next – Military Support

slide34

Military Support

Up Next – Logistics

slide35

ESF 13 – Military Support

  • Current Issues
  • 3,548 Soldiers & Airmen on SAD (WILMA)
  • 57 Soldiers & Airmen on ADSW (KATRINA), strength on ground MS: 3, FL: 54
    • KATRINA cost: $3,339,437 (as of 29 Oct 05)
    • WILMA cost $5,497,634 (as of 29 Oct 05)
  • Dade has 51% without power, Broward 73%, Palm Beach 73%, Hendry 52%
  • 19 Active Missions
  • TF 53: Yellow Zone (Broward, Dade, Palm Beach & Glades Counties) with 6 battalions and 1,407 Soldiers, continues to redeploy units to home stations, 2-124th In on drill status today
  • TF164: returning to home station for recovery operations, 1 battalion and 744 Soldiers
slide36

ESF 13 – Military Support

  • Current Issues (continued)
  • TF 50: Blue Zone comprising 2 LSAs (LSA Palm Beach County Fairgrounds, LSA Homestead Air Reserve Base) with 2 battalions and 619 Soldiers, no PODS in Monroe County, will ultimately assume command of all WILMA ops, perhaps as early as Monday
  • 3-265th ADA: Red Zone comprising Collier & Hendry Counties with 1 battalion and 300 Soldiers, -3 PODS in Hendry County and 1 Super-POD site in Collier County & Immokalee
  • JTF Engineer with 202d RHS & 125th CES with 52 Soldiers & Airmen
  • JFHQ-FL JOC is at level 1
  • Providing SEOC support with ESF 5, ESF 13 & Logistics
  • SERT LNOs in 7 counties (Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Hendry, and Collier Counties)
slide37

ESF 13 – Military Support

  • Current Issues (continued)
  • AVIATION
    • 9 x UH-60, 3 x OH-58, 1 x CH-47, 1 x C-12 & 1 x C-23 available
    • 1 x C-130 & 1 x RC-26 available
  • AIRFRAMES BY LOCATION
    • Jacksonville: 1 x C-130 & 1 x RC-26
    • Cecil Field: 3 x OH-58, 1 x CH-47
    • Brooksville: 6 x UH-60, 1 x C-23
    • Homestead: 3 x UH-60
  • PODS
    • TF 53 Assigned-442
      • Broward 15
      • Dade 5
      • Glades 3
      • Hendry 3
      • Martin 4
      • Okeechobee 2
      • Palm Beach 11
    • TF 50 Assigned-399
      • Monroe 1
    • TF 164 Redeployed to HS 280830OCT05
  • Total 38
slide38

ESF 13 – Military Support

  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Monitor increasing power restoration in AOR
  • Continue to receive & consolidate reports from POD sites
  • Information operations to maintain positive perception of efforts and redeployment
  • Continue to apply right-sizing criteria to current operations
  • Safe redeployment
  • Recovery operations
  • After Action Reviews

Up Next – Logistics

slide39

Logistics

Chuck Hagan

Joe Burchette

Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid

slide40

EMAC Mutual Aid

Up Next – Finance & Administration

slide41

EMAC Mutual Aid

  • In-State Mutual Aid
  • Current Situation
  • Continuing to monitor/track teams in the field
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Ops:
  • Continue to support missions as required
  • ARFs: 56
slide42

EMAC Mutual Aid

  • States providing Assistance through EMAC
  • as of Saturday 29 October
  • Arizona Logistics MCC Manager
  • Alabama NG Aircraft
  • District of Columbia IMT Personnel
  • Georgia DRC Coordination Team, NG Aircraft
  • Kentucky EMAC A-Team, NG Communications Personnel
  • Maryland IMT Personnel, NG Communications Personnel
  • Mississippi NG Aircraft
  • Missouri NG Communications Team
  • New York Health Assessment Team, NG Aircraft
  • North Carolina NG Aircraft
  • South Carolina NG Communications Team, Aircraft
  • Texas NG Communications Team, Aircraft
  • Tennessee NG Aircraft
  • Pennsylvania NG Communications Team
  • Utah Donations Personnel
  • Virginia IMT Personnel, Donations Personnel, Logistics Planner
  • Washington NG Communications, Aircraft

Up Next – Finance & Administration

slide43

Finance & Administration

Up Next – Public Information

slide44

Finance & Administration

  • Current Issues
  • Make any necessary purchases or travel arrangements
  • Received cost estimates from the following state agencies:
    • Agency for Health Care Administration, Agriculture and Consumer Services, Citrus, Community Affairs, Corrections, Department of Environmental Protection, Health, Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Juvenile Justice, Revenue, South Florida WMD, Southwest Florida WMD, Children & Family
  • Unmet Needs
  • None at this time
  • Future Operations
  • Continue to make purchases and handle staff deployments as needed
  • Track costs of Hurricane Wilma and continue to track all state agencies costs

Up Next – Public Information

slide45

Public Information

Up Next – Recovery

slide46

Recovery

Up Next – SERT Chief

slide47

SERT Chief

Mike DeLorenzo

slide48

Next Briefing

October 30 at 1830

ESF Briefing