Hurricane Wilma Branch Briefing October 28, 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
Unified Command EOC Staffing STATE and FEDERAL COORDINATING OFFICERS • Craig Fugate – Scott Morris SERT CHIEF • Mike DeLorenzo – Justin DeMello OPERATIONS CHIEF • Leo Lachat – Gracia Szczech INFORMATION AND PLANNING CHIEF • David Crisp – Doug Whitmer LOGISTICS CHIEF • Chuck Hagan – Joe Burchette FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF • Suzanne Adams PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER • Mike Stone – Nicole Jerger RECOVERY • Frank Koutnik
State Coordinating Officer Craig Fugate Scott Morris Up Next – SERT Chief
SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo Justin DeMello Up Next – Information & Planning
Information & Planning David Crisp Doug Whitmer Up Next – Operations
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 ongoing. Mass Care operations will be long term. Spot Fuel Outages. Many communities making the transition to recovery.
Planning Considerations Election on Tuesday in Miami. 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
Operations Leo Lachat Gracia Szczech Up Next – Emergency Services
Hurricane Wilma Unified Command IAP #9 Operational Period: 1900 10-27-05 to 1900 10-28-05 Up Next – Emergency Services
Emergency Services Up Next – Human Services
Emergency Services • Current Issues • ESF 4 & 9 • Water Tanker Strike Teams mobilized in Collier and Broward Counties • Engine Strike Teams mobilized in Collier, Lee and Monroe Counties • Water tankers deployed • 6 Fire Inspectors mobilized • ESF 8 • 4 SpNS shelters are open with a census of 341 • AHCA assessment teams deployed to assess facilities in impacted areas • Mobile clinics mobilized in support of VA facilities • 2 Strike Teams mobilized in the Keys & 1 in Belle Glade • 1 DMAT mobilized in support of Broward County and 2 in Palm Beach County • Field medical needs coordination team mobilized in south Florida • 3 HHS staff are going to 3 SpNS Shelters
Emergency Services • Current Issues (continued) • ESF 10 • 4 3 HazMat teams mobilized assessing damage and performing stabilization activities • 20 FlaWARN water facility teams assisting numerous water and wastewater facilities • ESF 16 • 1,152 State and Local Law Enforcement officers (via Florida Police Chiefs and Florida Sheriff’s Association) have been deployed to storm impacted areas
Emergency Services • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • ESF 4 & 9 • Monitor need for additional resources • ESF 8 • Continue to work generator and fuel issues for health care facilities • Support field response and recovery efforts • ESF 10 • Cleanup of state parks continues • ESF 16 • Continue to provide assistance to local law enforcement in impacted areas Up Next – Human Services
Human Services Up Next – ESF 4&9 Up Next – Infrastructure
Human Services • Current Issues • ESF 6 • Shelters. 11 counties have 26 open shelters housing 2,924 individuals. 8 additional shelters in 4 counties on stand-by as of 10/28/05. • American Red Cross (ARC) and Salvation Army serving hot meals by mobile and fixed feeding sites. Their combined preparation capacity is 221,500 meals per day. • ARC reports 144,842 combined meals served to date. (10/27/2005--7:00 PM) • 1 Comfort Station to open in Highlands County in near future. • Shower trailers deployed to 5 locations. • ESF 11 • 297 trucks of water and 246 trucks of ice delivered to Lakeland LSA. • Additional trucks of water and ice being uploaded and shipped as needed. • 2,850 cases of baby food and formula shipped to date. • 1,180 cases of USDA commodity shipped to date. • LSA team at LSA West Palm Beach.
Human Services • Current Issues (continued) • ESF 15 • Recruiting volunteers to staff PODs, help with local volunteer management, and staff the Volunteer and Donations Call Center. • 47 trucks of donated water scheduled for delivery. • Volunteer management team deployed to Glades County. • ESF 15 representative deployed to DFO in Orlando. • ESF 17 • ESF-17 Incident Command Post (ICP) in Kissimmee at Osceola IFAS Extension Office. • Assessment and Response Teams deployed to impacted areas. • Contacting County ESF-17 coordinators and industry representatives for damage assessments. • State Agricultural Response Teams (SART) partner agencies assisting with damage assessments and response efforts. • All dairy producers in Okeechobee area except one running on generator power. • Ornamental plant, cold weather crops and avocado producers heavily impacted.
Human Services • Current Issues (continued) • Other HS Functions • Department of Education: 11 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 • Water and fuel, including propane, for Mass Care operations. • ESF 15 • Roofing tarps needed. • ESF 17 • Fuel shortages reported for veterinary hospitals, animal shelters and dairy producers. • Only 1 out of 3 feed mills in Okeechobee area operating and requires railcar delivery because of increased demand.
Human Services • Future Operations: • ESF 6 • Continue supporting the efforts of TSA, ARC, and Southern Baptists to bring kitchen usage up to full serving capacity. • ESF 11 • Continue coordinating USDA commodity deliveries. • Continue to monitor and re-supply LSAs as needed. • ESF 15 • Deploy a liaison to Orlando to help coordinate County needs. • Continue to direct donated goods to the LSAs. • ESF 17 • Crop damage assessments. • FWC to assess captive/exotic animal facilities. • FDACS Ag. Environmental Services evaluating mosquito spraying missions. Up Next – Infrastructure
Infrastructure Up Next – Logistics
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 • ESF 2 is staffed and operational; recon/field staff deployed • Currently deployed 557 cell phones, 25 satellite phones, 8 air-cards, 16 FRS-2 way radios (very short range), 6 Tracstar, 180 POTs, 25 COWs, 15 conference bridge lines (100/40 port) • Landline phones outages approx 945,000; Cell wireless coverage approx 61% operational. • SLERS 36 sites on emergency power
Infrastructure • Current Issues • FUEL • Seventeen (17) Fuel Tankers mobilized in support of LE, security and emergency services • Port Everglades electric power restored and open; all racks are operational • Five first responder fueling sites being established Martin-TBD; 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; also a mutual aid request broadcast for tenders • 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 1,850,262 customers without electric service
Infrastructure • Unmet Needs • Fuel tenders & fuel • Future Operations • Flood control missions • Fuel support missions • Telecomm support missions • Support emergency services operations • Support recovery operations Up Next – Military Support
Military Support Up Next – Logistics
ESF 13 – Military Support • Current Issues • 3,474 Soldiers & Airmen on SAD (WILMA) • Total Cost to date $3,921,910.17 • JFHQ-FL JOC is at level 1 • Providing SEOC support with ESF 5, ESF 13 & Logistics • SERT LNOs 11 counties, additional LNOs in 3 x FDLE MACs • 26 Active Missions • AVIATION • 21 x UH-60, 4 x OH-58, 9 x CH-47, 1 x C-12 & 1 x C-23 available • 12 x C-130 & 1 x C-26 available
ESF 13 – Military Support • Current Issues (continued) • PODS • TF 53 Assigned-1363 Unassigned-0 • Broward • Dade • Glades • Highlands • Martin • Okeechobee • Palm Beach • St. Lucie • TF 50 Assigned-494 • Monroe • TF 164 Assigned-679 • Collier • Hendry • Lee
ESF 13 – Military Support • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Monitor power outages • Establish communications with PODS • Manage requests for security and humanitarian assistance • Begin to apply right-sizing criteria to current operations Up Next – Logistics
Logistics Chuck Hagan Joe Burchette Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid
EMAC Mutual Aid Up Next – Finance & Administration
Finance & Administration Up Next – Public Information
Finance & Administration • Current Issues • Continue to purchase supplies and equipment • Continue to make arrangements for staff deployment • Continue to track costs • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Process any purchasing and travel requests • State Agency estimated costs due by COB Friday, October 28, 2005 • Send to: firstname.lastname@example.org Up Next – Public Information
Public Information Up Next – Recovery
Recovery Up Next – SERT Chief
SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo
Next Briefing October 28 at 1830 ESF Briefing