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Environmental Response Doctrine: Applying the ISPR recommendations. Scott Lundgren First Coast Guard District. Incident Specific Preparedness Review.

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    1. Environmental Response Doctrine: Applying the ISPR recommendations Scott LundgrenFirst Coast Guard District

    2. Incident Specific Preparedness Review Purpose: to examine the implementation & effectiveness of the ACP & its integration w/ other applicable contingency plans at the federal, state, local levels, as well as conduct an analysis of the CG’s …communication w/ key federal, state, local & industry partners concerning the response.”

    3. Distilling the ISPR’s 190 points ISPR I & II 190 Recommendations 82 Improvement concepts, acrossFour Focus Areas:Area Contingency Plans, Area CommitteesNew Technologies & Policies, Exercises, Drills & Training 23 Measurable: 22% complete 44% active 34% await action Some Coast Guard, Some California See Doctrine Message 59 Best Practices: To be reviewed by RRTs / Area Committees See Best Practice Document

    4. Available on Homeport Available in Handout, along with Doctrine message with measurable items Reviewed by teleconference with D1 Sectors Being reviewed at Area Committees Review, discussion, and selection of those appropriate for action helps to address ISPR recommendations 59 “Best Practices”

    5. Speaking only to several of the Best Practices that we are working to support or sharing new national developments… For RRT purposes…

    6. Response Resources: The new RRI Coast Guard MISLE Users:Standard ReportsResponse Resource Inventory Non Coast Guard Users:Visit: cgrri.uscg.milUse Online Registration link

    7. RRI Proximity Reports: Boom

    8. RRI Proximity Report: Skimmers

    9. Information requires refreshing by OSROs and NSFCC Later phase steps: Non-OSRO information GIS connection Additional RRI Points Non Coast Guard Users:Visit: cgrri.uscg.milUse Online Registration link Coast Guard Users:MISLE > Standard Reports

    10. ISPR Itself with detailed 190 recommendations. Go onto Coast Guard FOIA Reading Room and review Cosco Busan’s ISPR and review the 190 Recommendations. Further ISPR background…


    12. Communications Internet Tools OSRO network to communicate observations to Situation Unit Resources List of response equipment Special team request protocols Potential for fishing vessel support Qualified local responders and training levels Update Area Contingency Plans

    13. Pre-designated JIC Consider facilitating auditor activities Pre-developed ICS-232 Forms (Priority protection areas) Differentiate shoreline field observers and formal SCAT operations. Clarify NRDA liaison role in incident command Unified Command organization

    14. Update plans after each exercise. Address area-specific weather considerations Align with other local plans, such as LEPC General

    15. Pre-designate first-responder liaison officers Test and improve notification procedures consistently Include the fishing community, regulators, and local experts in planning efforts Coordinate with Area Committees

    16. Consider low visibility technology for night detection locally Conduct a National level evaluation of remote sensing technologies Consider installing AIS on Oil Spill Response vessels and emergency vessels. Develop and employ user friendly/web tools for Area Committee coordination Develop new technology, processes, and policies

    17. Improve communication technology and procedures between spill/wildlife responders and coordinators, and responders and the media, for example: Make wildlife hotlines ready for quick activation Improve communications between recovery and transport elements with search and collection teams Develop new technology, processes, and policies

    18. Convey public observations to the Unified Command (UC) Reconcile shoreline impact maps daily Develop a process to report, verify, and display the most current booming status Improve metrics of near-surface circulation of floating heavy oils. New Policy, Technology (con’t)

    19. Coordinate activities with state ocean observation systems. Support improved reporting – potential threat vs. early estimate Consider SCAT protocols for NRDA needs, ensure compliance with safety standards for field scientists. Processes

    20. Determine the role for a Vessel Traffic Service if applicable. Land manager input on on beach closures, cleanup, reopening, and signage protocols. Consider using NOAA TAP model as a planning tool Facilitate use of Best Achievable Protection (BAP) at all government levels. Assign more funding to support local R&D efforts. Policies

    21. Organize staff volunteer management in the UC. Ensure information is accurately presented to the FOSC. Use signs and vests to quickly identify positions in the command post. Consider assigning a staff person to record daily briefing sessions during a response. ICS/UC: Organization

    22. Provide enough teams for oiled wildlife response/recovery. Provide technical experts as soon as possible within the UC. Incorporate outside assets as available during a response. Co-locate VTS and SCC to facilitate local/state/Federal communications. Assign a trained liaison officer to manage city representatives. Make better use of Special Teams to reduce FOSC burden. Use field observers to assess and document status of field assignments. ICS/UC: Resources

    23. Establish quantifiable definitions for successful/completed response actions. Send the more highly qualified teams into complicated situations. Make responders’ needs top priority. OSC must make decisions until the RP arrives on scene. Assess needs, establish spill response objectives, and review available resources when building and staffing the ICS. ICS/UC: Procedures

    24. Prior to each situation board update, take pictures for accurate records later. Work closely with local representatives to coordinate and document private booming strategies. Have the UC continuously monitor information postings from all sources including internet postings. Maintain one website (including RSS feeds) to represent response efforts, provide answers to questions, and address issues raised through other media sources. ICS/UC: Procedures

    25. Include low visibility scenarios in exercise planning and execution. Ensure adequate agency representation in exercises and exercise design. Including NRDA interface in exercise design. Document the results from spill response actions taken to implement Site Response Strategies as listed in the Area Contingency Plan (ACP). Include all levels of government and potential local resources in exercises. Secure additional funding to increase local participation in exercises. Use innovative injects to test extreme situations, endpoint determination, VTS role, quantification, beach closure protocols, and web-based communication technologies. Conduct notification drills focused on AC objectives. Exercise, Drill & Training System

    26. Questions/Comments?