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The Cook Inlet Potential Places of Refuge : Pre-Planning for better decisions. Tim Robertson, Nuka Research & Planning Group LLC. Cook Inlet Subarea Potential Places of Refuge Project. Introduction PPOR in the Cook Inlet Subarea Plan Work Group Process Goals and Objectives Web site

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The Cook Inlet Potential Places of Refuge:Pre-Planning for better decisions

Tim Robertson,

Nuka Research & Planning Group LLC.

cook inlet subarea potential places of refuge project
Cook Inlet Subarea Potential Places of Refuge Project
  • Introduction
  • PPOR in the Cook Inlet Subarea Plan
  • Work Group Process
  • Goals and Objectives
  • Web site
  • Public Review
introduction
Introduction
  • The T/V Prestige incident in Spain raised the issue
  • Alaska Regional Response Team Workgroups
    • Decision-making Guidelines
    • Pre-incident Planning
introduction1
Introduction
  • There are no pre-designated places of refuge
  • Potential sites are identified and relevant info is collected
  • Place of refuge selected on an incident specific basis

Photo Credit-Unified Command

introduction2
Introduction
  • 1996 Perl Island Drill
  • 1997 Barge Oregon Incident
  • 2003, 2004 Prince William Sound Tanker Drills
  • 2004 Ferry LeConte
  • 2004 M/V Selendang Ayu
  • 2006 T/V SeaBulk Pride
  • 2006 M/V Cougar Ace
introduction3
Introduction

Cook Inlet Subarea

cook inlet subarea committee 9 ppor identified
Cook Inlet Subarea Committee- 9 PPOR Identified
  • Anchorage
  • Nikiski
  • Drift River
  • Kachemak Bay
  • Seldovia
  • Port Graham
  • Port Chatham
  • Seward
  • Whittier
workgroup process potential places of refuge
Workgroup Process-Potential Places of Refuge
  • Stakeholders
  • Governments
  • Resource Agencies
  • Spill Response Organizations
  • Mariners
  • Landowners
  • General Public

Photo Credit-Unified Command

potential places of refuge workgroup process
Potential Places of Refuge Workgroup Process

Alaska PPOR Workgroups have included:

  • Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation,
  • Alaska Department of Natural Resources,
  • Alaska Department of Fish and Game,
  • Alyeska Pipeline Service Company
  • City Governments,
  • Cook Inlet Regional Citizens Advisory Council,
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),
  • Borough governments,
  • Native Governments
  • National Oceans and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA),
  • Prince William Sound Regional Citizens' Advisory Council,
  • Southwest Alaska Pilots Association,
  • U.S. Coast Guard, District 17, and
  • U.S. Department of the Interior
  • Local Citizens
the workgroup identifies and confirms information regarding
The Workgroup identifies andconfirms information regarding :
  • Environmental & economic risks
  • Port requirements
  • Available response & repair resources
  • Water depths, tides, currents, seasonal conditions
potential places of refuge pre incident planning goals
Potential Places of Refuge Pre-incident Planning Goals
  • Identify information needed to assist decision makers during an incident
  • Discuss and gather information regarding use-conflicts outside of crisis situation
  • Obtain local knowledge to understand capabilities, limitation, impacts
  • Identify potential sites acceptable/least offensive to all
goals objectives
Goals & Objectives
  • PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND-SUBAREA CONTINGENCY PLAN
  • POTENTIAL PLACES OF REFUGE SECTION
  • PART ONE INTRODUCTION......………..................
    • Purpose and Scope ....................………….......
    • How the Document was Developed..................
    • How to Use the PPOR Section ........................
    • Who to Contact for Input ........….......................
  • PART TWO PPOR MAPS ................……….............
    • Index of PPOR Maps ........................................
    • PPOR Maps.......................................................
  • PART THREE REFERENCES.…........………...........
    • TABLES AND FIGURES
      • TABLES
        • H-1: Key to the Site Assessment Matrix.... .........
        • H-2: Site Assessment Matrix ..............................
      • FIGURES
        • H-1: Index of PWS PPOR Maps.....................….
        • PWS PPOR 1: Port Valdez
goals objectives1
Goals & Objectives
  • PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND-SUBAREA CONTINGENCY PLAN
  • POTENTIAL PLACES OF REFUGE SECTION
  • PART ONE INTRODUCTION......………..................
    • Purpose and Scope ....................………….......
    • How the Document was Developed..................
    • How to Use the PPOR Section ........................
    • Who to Contact for Input ........….......................
  • PART TWO PPOR MAPS ................……….............
    • Index of PPOR Maps ........................................
    • PPOR Maps.......................................................
  • PART THREE REFERENCES.…........………...........
    • TABLES AND FIGURES
      • TABLES
        • H-1: Key to the Site Assessment Matrix..
        • H-2: Site Assessment Matrix ..................
      • FIGURES
        • H-1: Index of PWS PPOR Maps..............
        • PWS PPOR 1: Port Valdez
goals objectives2
Goals & Objectives
  • PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND-SUBAREA CONTINGENCY PLAN
  • POTENTIAL PLACES OF REFUGE SECTION
  • PART ONE INTRODUCTION......………..................
    • Purpose and Scope ....................………….......
    • How the Document was Developed..................
    • How to Use the PPOR Section ........................
    • Who to Contact for Input ........….......................
  • PART TWO PPOR MAPS ................……….............
    • Index of PPOR Maps ........................................
    • PPOR Maps.......................................................
  • PART THREE REFERENCES.…........………...........
    • TABLES AND FIGURES
      • TABLES
        • H-1: Key to the Site Assessment Matrix..
        • H-2: Site Assessment Matrix ..................
      • FIGURES
        • PWS PPOR 1: Port Valdez
operational site considerations tables
Operational & Site Considerations Tables

http://www.dec.state.ak.us/spar/perp/pwspor/home.htm

goals objectives today
Goals & Objectives-Today
  • Public Information
  • Review and Collect Edits to Developed Work Products
  • Develop Draft List of PPOR in Cook Inlet
cook inlet ppor website
Cook Inlet PPOR Website
  • Web address-www.dec.state.ak.us/spar/perp/cookinletpor/index.htm
  • Main Page
  • Work Group page
  • Geographic Response Strategies for Cook Inlet www.dec.state.ak.us/spar/perp/grs/index.htm
cook inlet ppor public outreach program
Cook Inlet PPOR Public Outreach Program
  • Identify and plan outreach program to include a wide range of stakeholders
  • Educate regarding PPOR and the decision-making process
  • Obtain additional local knowledge
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Decision-making Guidelines and Pre-incident Planning greatly aid the Unified Command during an actual event
  • Public involvement at the planning stage is critical to success
  • Planning may reduce the risks and severity of future spills