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31 Jan 00 Contingency Response Force Brief. CRF BRIEFING. MISSION SPECIFICS CONVOY STAGING COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES ON-SCENE SITREPS SEQUENCE OF EVENTS NORMAL LANDING CONTINGENCY / MODE LANDING. ELS/LAS RESPONSIBILITIES. FACILITY COMMANDER PROVIDE SUPPORT DETAILED IN FUNCPLAN 3610-99

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31 jan 00 contingency response force brief
31 Jan 00ContingencyResponse ForceBrief


Crf briefing
CRF BRIEFING

  • MISSION SPECIFICS

  • CONVOY STAGING

  • COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES

    • ON-SCENE

    • SITREPS

  • SEQUENCE OF EVENTS

    • NORMAL LANDING

    • CONTINGENCY / MODE LANDING


Els las responsibilities
ELS/LASRESPONSIBILITIES

  • FACILITY COMMANDER

    • PROVIDE SUPPORT DETAILED IN FUNCPLAN 3610-99

    • DESIGNATE ASCO

  • ON-SCENE COMMANDER

    • ENSURE CRF READINESS

    • SUPERVISE CRF ACTIONS

    • PROVIDE TIMELY SITREPS

  • FIRE CHIEF

    • PROVIDE STANDARD CRASH COVERAGE

    • SUPERVISE CREW RESCUE


Launch day activities
LAUNCH DAY ACTIVITIES

  • L-3:00 - LAUNCH TEAM ON CONSOLE IN SOC

  • L-1:30 - LAUNCH ABORT SITES CALL IN ON DDMS PHONE BRIDGE

    • RECEIVE LATEST STATUS OF LAUNCH COUNT

    • CONDUCT BRIEFING (1615 NASOC muster – OSC, CDO, MED, BIO, SEC, FIRE, ODO, ATC, MASS CAS / WX)

  • L-0:15 - SITES CALL INTO DDMS PHONE BRIDGE

    • ASCO MAINTAINS LOOP UNTIL CLEARED OFF

    • (1730 POC roll call on ramp FM/Crash FM)

  • L-0:00 - RUNWAY DEDICATED

  • L+0:10 - CRF RELEASED (when notified by ASCO)


Pre staging go abort
Pre-Staging (go abort)

FIRE CH

OSC

ODO

AMB

SEC

DECON

STAIRS

BUS


Rwy 29 staging

+BIO

FIRE CH / OSC

ODO

AMB

SEC

DECON

STAIRS

BUS

Rwy 29 Staging


Rwy 02 staging

+BIO

FIRE CH / OSC

ODO

AMB

SEC

DECON

STAIRS

BUS

Rwy 02 Staging


Rwy 11 staging

+BIO

FIRE CH / OSC

ODO

AMB

SEC

DECON

STAIRS

BUS

Rwy 11 Staging


Rwy 20 staging

+BIO

FIRE CH / OSC

ODO

AMB

SEC

DECON

STAIRS

BUS

Rwy 20 Staging


Convoy staging

R-1

R-2

AMB

AMB

DECON

STAIRS

CONVOY STAGING

09

27

C/F/R

CH-2

C/F/R

C/F/R / BIO

CH-1 / OSC

SP

BUS


Toxic corridor
TOXIC CORRIDOR

  • COMPUTED USING A KNOWN CONDITION OR A NITROGEN TETROXIDE SPILL OF 80 LB/MIN, OVER 8 MIN, IN 800 SQ FT SPILL AREA {NASOC & Weather will run this upon notification of KEF abort}

DATE: 11-20-95

TIME: 1430 GMT

CONTINUOUS RELEASE

MONOMETHYL HYDRAZINE (MMH)

SHORT TERM EXPOSURE LIMIT .48 PPM

TIME WEIGHTED AVERAGE .03 PPM

TEMP 74F, WIND 290/10

LIQUID RELEASE

EMISSION RATE 16 LB/MIN

SPILL AREA 320 SQ FT

EVAPORATION RATE 5.8 LB/MIN

MAX CONCENTRATION W/IN 30 M

CONCENTRATION AT 30M = 53 PPM

90% PROBABILITY HAZARD DISTANCE = 2256FT

HAZARD DIRECTION AND WIDTH = 110 DEG + 34 DEG

MAX DISTANCE FOR 1 PPM = 1074 FT

MAX DISTANCE FOR 3 PPM = 644 FT

MAX DISTANCE FOR 5 PPM = 539 FT


Hazard assessment team preparation
HAZARD ASSESSMENT TEAM PREPARATION

  • ENSURE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AND MONITORING DEVICES ARE READY

    • KNOWN LANDING TIME

    • DOUBLE SONIC BOOM

  • DON’T WAIT UNTIL THE ORBITER LANDS TO SUIT UP

  • BE READY TO APPROACH THE ORBITER ON THE OSC’S COMMAND (COMMs !!!)


Orbiter lands l 30 min
ORBITER LANDS(L+30 min)


Osc initial size up
OSC INITIAL SIZE-UP

  • USE BINOCULARS

  • FACTORS TO CONSIDER:

    • AMOUNTS OF TOXIC FUELS ONBOARD

    • POOLING LIQUID

    • FIRE / SMOKE

    • VAPORS

    • WINDS / WEATHER CONDITIONS


After comm with orbiter crew
AFTER COMMWITH ORBITER CREW

  • NOMINAL

    • NORMAL LANDING OPERATIONS

    • OSC PROVIDES ORBITER CREW SUPPORT

  • CONTINGENCY

    • EMERGENCY CONDITION

    • OSC DIRECTS RESCUE OPERATIONS


  • Nominal visual signals

    OSC “ROGER” (HEADLIGHTS)

    NOMINALVISUAL SIGNALS

    IF OSC CAN’T TALK (UHF 259.7/282.8/243.0)

    #1 CREW OKAY

    #2 RCS/OMS/SIDE HATCH SAFE

    #3 APU SHUTDOWN


    Emergency visual signals
    EMERGENCYVISUAL SIGNALS

    FLASHLIGHT

    FROM

    CREW

    NEED ASSISTANCE

    WILL NOT

    JETTISON HATCH

    NEED

    ASSISTANCE

    WILL

    JETTISON

    HATCH

    HEADLIGHTS

    FROM OSC

    = EMER CREW

    EGRESS


    Hazard assessment

    C/F/R

    STAIR

    RESCUE

    BUS

    SP

    C/F/R

    OSC / CH-1

    AMB

    AMB

    C/F/R

    HAZARD ASSESSMENT

    9

    1250 FEET

    200 FEET

    6 oclock

    position

    12

    BIO

    DECON

    HOT

    ZONE

    COLD

    ZONE

    WARM

    ZONE

    WIND

    3


    Hazard assessment1
    HAZARD ASSESSMENT

    • OSC CONFIRM OMS, RCS, AND SIDE HATCH SAFED

    • PROCEED NO CLOSER THAN 200’

    • CONDUCT FORWARD ASSESSMENT

      • HATCH AREA

      • FORWARD RCS THRUSTERS

      • VENT DOORS

      • CHOCK NOSE

    • NOTIFY OSC OF DOWNGRADE

    • CONTINUE AFT ASSESSMENT

    FORWARD

    AFT

    BIO TEAM

    200 FEET


    Partial downgrade

    C/F/R

    STAIR

    BUS

    RESCUE

    OSC / CH-1

    C/F/R

    AMB

    AMB

    C/F/R

    PARTIAL DOWNGRADE

    1250 FEET

    SP

    200 FEET

    700 FEET

    BIO

    DECON

    COLD

    ZONE

    WARM

    ZONE

    HOT

    ZONE

    WIND


    Full downgrade

    C/F/R

    RESCUE

    STAIR

    OSC / CH-1

    BIO

    BUS

    C/F/R

    AMB

    AMB

    C/F/R

    FULL DOWNGRADE

    1250 FEET

    SP

    200 FEET

    700 FEET

    Ground stairs to

    Orbiter nose

    Points E-1 / E-2

    DECON

    COLD

    ZONE

    WARM

    ZONE

    HOT

    ZONE

    WIND


    Nominal response summary
    NOMINAL RESPONSE SUMMARY

    • COMMUNICATIONS

    • HAZARD ASSESSMENT

    • PARTIAL / FULL DOWNGRADE

    • NOMINAL ACTIONS


    Contingencies
    CONTINGENCIES

    MODE = EMERGENCY SITUATION

    • MODE I-IV - LAUNCH PAD EMERGENCIES

    • MODE V - UNAIDED EGRESS / AIDED ESCAPE

    • MODE VI - AIDED EGRESS / AIDED ESCAPE

    • MODE VII - OFF RWY LANDING-INACCESSIBLE

    • MODE VIII - BAILOUT


    Mode v
    MODE V

    UNAIDED EGRESS / AIDED ESCAPE

    • DECLARED BY THE FLT DIR, CREW OR OSC

    • C/F/R PROCEED TO 200’ OR AS REQUIRED

      • REMAINING CONVOY ELEMENT STAY @ 1250’

    • CREW EGRESS

      • C/F/R TRANSPORTS CREW TO DECON / MEDICAL


    Mode vi
    MODE VI

    AIDED EGRESS / AIDED ESCAPE

    • DECLARED BY THE FLT DIR, CREW OR OSC

      • FOR OSC - LOST COMM INCLUDING VISUAL

    • C/F/R PROCEED TO 200’ OR AS REQUIRED

    • RESCUE PERSONNEL INGRESS ORBITER

      • IAW PROCEDURES DOCUMENT

    • CREW EGRESS

      • C/F/R TRANSPORTS CREW TO DECON / MEDICAL


    Mode v vi convoy position

    C/F/R

    STAIR

    SP

    BUS

    RESCUE

    BIO

    OSC / CH-1

    C/F/R

    AMB

    AMB

    MODE V / VICONVOY POSITION

    1250 FEET

    AS REQ’D

    CORRIDOR

    DECON

    C/F/R

    COLD

    ZONE

    WARM

    ZONE

    HOT

    ZONE

    WIND


    Convoy just prior to mode worst case

    C/F/R

    RESCUE

    SP

    STAIR

    OSC / CH-1

    BUS

    C/F/R

    AMB

    AMB

    C/F/R

    CONVOY JUST PRIOR TO MODE (WORST CASE)

    1250 FEET

    BIO

    DECON

    COLD

    ZONE

    WARM

    ZONE

    HOT

    ZONE

    WIND


    Egress condition red
    EGRESS CONDITIONRED

    • CATASTROPHIC CONDITION POSING SERIOUS THREAT TO RESPONSE FORCE

      • EXPLOSIVE, TOXIC

    • DECLARED BY: OSC, FIRE CHIEF

    • BROADCAST CONDITION

      • RADIOS, SIRENS, LIGHTS

    • EVACUATE ALL PERSONNEL BEYOND 1250’

      • LEAVE ASTRONAUTS IF NOT READY FOR IMMEDIATE EVACUATION


    Response summary

    E

    M

    E

    R

    G

    E

    N

    C

    Y

    1. MODE DECLARED

    1 2 5 0 FT

    RESPONSE SUMMARY

    CONTINGENCY

    R E S P O N S E

    N O M I N A L

    R E S P O N S E

    1. ORBITER LANDS

    2. OSC DIRECTS

    HAZARD ASSESSMENT

    3. PARTIAL DOWNGRADE,

    OSC & C/F/R MOVE IN

    4. FULL DOWNGRADE,

    STAIRS MOVED IN,

    ASTRONAUTS EGRESS

    AND TRANSPORTED

    5. ASTRONAUTS DECON’ED,

    TRIAGED, AS NECESSARY

    2. C/F/R RESPOND, ALL OTHERS EVACUATE TO 1250’

    3. ASTRONAUTS EGRESS -OR-

    C/F/R AIDS EGRESS

    4. ASTRONAUTS AIDED IN

    ESCAPE FROM AREA

    5. ASTRONAUTS DECON’ED,

    TRIAGED, AS NECESSARY


    11 day mission posture
    11 Day Mission Posture

    • May have only 1 hour notice prior to Orbiter landing

    • Upon notification by Kennedy Space Center, IDF will contact Tower (x7701) to activate the crash phone net

    • NASOC / OSC will ensure CDO, ODO, Bus and Stairs are recalled

    • All Orbiter Convoy teams form at ESSO with ODO/OSC

    • Same game plan is executed that we would use today