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Hurricane Wilma

Hurricane Wilma

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Hurricane Wilma

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  1. Hurricane Wilma ESF Briefing November 3, 2005

  2. Silence All Phones and Pagers Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones. Thanks for your cooperation.

  3. Fire Medical Stress Severe Weather Parking Safety Briefing

  4. SEOC LEVEL10700 – 1900(or as missions require)

  5. EOC Staffing STATE COORDINATING OFFICER – Craig Fugate SERT CHIEF – Mike DeLorenzo OPERATIONS CHIEF – Leo Lachat INFORMATION & PLANNING CHIEF – Linda McWhorter LOGISTICS CHIEF – Chuck Hagan FINANCE AND ADMIN CHIEF – Suzanne Adams PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER – Mike Stone RECOVERY – Frank Koutnik

  6. State Coordinating Officer Craig Fugate Up Next – SERT Chief

  7. SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo Up Next – Information & Planning

  8. Information & Planning Carla Boyce Up Next – Operations

  9. Partial Activation

  10. Curfew In Effect

  11. Planning Considerations • Sanitation is a problem to residents and emergency workers. • Special Needs Populations – elderly, medical dependant, non-English speaking, etc. • PODs are closing. • Mass Care operations will be long term. • Many communities making the transition to recovery. • Government services are being delivered. • Major retail outlets coming back on line. • Demobilization plans should be developed and implemented. • Communicate – communicate – communicate. Up Next – Operations

  12. Operations Bob Howard Up Next – ESF 1&3

  13. Hurricane Wilma Unified Command IAP #16 Operational Period: 1900 11-03-05 to 1900 11-04-05

  14. Hurricane Wilma Unified Command IAP #16 Operational Period: 1900 11-03-05 to 1900 11-04-05 Up Next – ESF 1&3

  15. ESF 1&3 Transportation & Public Works Up Next – ESF 2

  16. ESF 2 Communications Up Next – ESF 4&9

  17. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Issues • Coordinated & facilitated repair & installation activities on behalf of the wireless industry • Deployed assets as of today- • 636 - cell-phones (10 being worked) • 25 - sat-phones • 36 - air-cards • 17 - conference bridge lines (100/40 port) • 16 - FRS 2-way radios • LSA - Lakeland (2 Tracstars released 11/01/2005) • POTS will be disconnected 11/03/05 • LSA-Homestead • 2 Tracstars-Homestead LSA up & operational (pursuing equipment return) • 20 POTS activated operational 756 (CSA issued to disconnect) • 20 POTS in building 741 ETA 10/29 PM (CSA issued to disconnect) • 1 COW on-site up & operational (NEXTEL will pick up COW) • LSA- WPB • 2 Tracstar - WPB LSA up & operational • 60 POTS activated (6 additional phone lines being installed) • 2 DSL lines operational (1 additional DSL being installed) • 1 COW on-site up & operational

  18. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Issues (cont) • Telephone outages Landline reported • Region 6 - ?? of 1.77 million outages (Returning to normal outages) • Region 7 - 281,000 of 3.4 million (945,000 restored as of 11/2) • Total : 5.4 million customers (1,045,000 lines restored as of 11/2)

  19. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Issues (cont) • Cell Wireless Coverage • Region 4 - avg 98% NO CHANGES (back to normal outages) • Region 5 - avg 98% NO CHANGES (back to normal outages) • Region 6 - avg 98% NO CHANGES • Region 7 - avg 95% operational (0% increase from 11/2/2005)

  20. ESF 2 – Communications • Current Issues (continued) • 25 COWS deployed - S FL • 4 COLTS deployed - S FL (1 expected @ FDOT District 4 in Ft. Lauderdale) • SLERS Statewide Law Enforcement Radio System - Network 100% Operational • 6 Inter Operability Network patches in place • 4 sites on emergency power • Generators on refueling schedule established for 2 - 3 days • Unmet Needs: • None at this time • Future Operations • Support communications response, recovery and operational needs for state and county agencies and ESF's Up Next – ESF 4&9

  21. ESF 4&9 Firefighting and Search & Rescue Up Next – ESF 6

  22. ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue • Current Issues • 1 MARC Unit (Mutual Aid Radio Communication) deployed to Hendry County. • DOF 6000 Gallon Tanker (1) deployed to Monroe County (Everglades National Park). • DOF Green Team (Type II) at Volusia Fairgrounds • DOF (Type III IMT) at Plant City • DOF Liaison to Broward County • DOF Strike Team in Hendry County • DOF Two tankers deployed to Broward County (10/28/2005)

  23. ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue • Unmet needs • None at this time • Future operations • Monitor for additional requests for assistance • Identify additional resources for future needs Up Next – ESF 6

  24. ESF 6 Mass Care Up Next – ESF 8

  25. ESF 6 – Mass Care • Current Issues • Shelters -  14 Shelters with 1,577 inhabitants in 9 counties • Meals served 11/1 - 180,012 • Meals served event-to-date - 2,430,012 • ARC operating 88 fixed feeding sites and 141 mobile units. • TSA operating 4 fixed feeding sites and 14 mobile units and 1 Kitchen • Southern Baptists operating 14 kitchens, in 14 locations, providing meals to ARC and TSA. • Partner Agencies - DCF, DEAff and AWI are preparing to staff Disaster Recovery Centers throughout the impact area.  Details regarding location and services will be publicized as soon as finalized.  The first group should be operational 11/2/05. • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continue acquisition of resources to support TSA and ARC • Prepare to demobilize kitchens & recover equipment. Up Next – ESF 8

  26. ESF 8 Health & Medical Up Next – ESF 10

  27. ESF 8 – Health & Medical • Current Issues • Pallets of bottled water have been embargoed and samples collected for analysis by the US Food and Drug Administration. • Investigators are gathering samples and information from individuals complaining of related symptoms. • Contamination issues due to long term storage under hot temperatures and light conditions that promote the bloom of algae or the growth of fungi. • 6 HHS teams (56 providers) are providing primary care support on 5 mobile clinics serving areas of Broward Co. with a high concentration of elderly residents. • HHS teams are conducting reconnaissance and triage missions in Broward; 2,851 housing units assessed since 30 OCT. • Hospital needs assessment in Broward County completed--No additional Federal or state assets required. • 9 mobile clinics operating in Broward County, including VA and county assets.

  28. ESF 8 – Health & Medical • Current Issues • CO exposures remain elevated • 3 exposures reported for Nov.1 • 5 exposures reported for Nov. 2 • Cumulative totals of exposures are: 16 confirmed, 16 probable, 7 suspect • Syndromic surveillance data collected for 17 hospitals shows no indication of disease outbreaks • Over the counter drug sales in affected areas suggest no disease outbreak activity • Health and Human Services (HHS) continues to provide support to Mobile Medical units in Broward Co

  29. ESF 8 – Health & Medical • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continue to monitor situation and assist with evacuations if needed. • Continue to assist with those displaced by hurricane and recent rains. • Support deployed teams (operationally and logistically). Up Next – ESF 10

  30. ESF 10 Hazardous Materials Up Next – ESF 11

  31. ESF 10 – Hazardous Materials • Current Issues • Local DEP Bureau of Emergency Response HazMat Assessment Teams responding to incidents. Majority of incidents are sunken vessels and abandoned containers. • 10 FlaWARN teams (40 people) assisting water & wastewater facilities. • Smaller facilities are being evaluated and assisted as FlaWARN Teams become available. • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Parks continue to cleanup. 6 parks remain closed. See ESF 10 for details. • HazMat cleanups continue as needed. • FlaWARN teams continue to work with smaller water facilities. • Beach assessments continuing in St. Johns, Flagler, Indian River and St. Lucie counties. • ESF 10 coordinating solid waste and debris disposal issues. Up Next – ESF 11

  32. ESF 11 Food & Water Up Next – ESF 12 Up Next – ESF 12

  33. ESF 11 – Food & Water • Current Issues • 880 trucks of water delivered to LSA's • 662 trucks of ice delivered to LSA's • 16,904 cases of baby food, formula and supplies shipped to date • 10,133 cases of USDA commodity shipped to date • 8,880 cases of other food items • LSA team at LSA West Palm Beach • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Coordinating deliveries of USDA commodities to ARC and TSA Up Next – ESF 12

  34. ESF 12 Energy Up Next – ESF 13 Up Next – ESF 13

  35. ESF 12 – Energy • Current Issues - Fuels • Bulk Fuel in Ports • Average of 223-318 million gallons available per day for the next 9 days. Fla. tries to have at least 100 mg in ports. • Retail Outlets • All of the retail outlets in the 3 counties that had power, had plenty of fuel. • See www.floridadisaster.org for a link to the open retail outlets in the 3 counties. • Palm Beach County - 14 facilities answered and 86% had plenty of fuel and 14% were low. • Broward Counties - 25 facilities answered and 100% had plenty of fuel. • Miami -Dade Counties - 12 facilities answered and 100% had plenty of fuel.

  36. ESF 12 – Energy • Current Issues – Electric • DAY 10 OF RESTORATION • TRACKER 380 - OUTAGE LISTINGS. TRACKER 390 - ESTIMATED TIMES OF RESTORATION . • Total Outages - 499,600 Originally 3.6 million. • FPL - 485,800 - 89% restored • Broward - 218,600 • Martin - 600 • Miami - Dade - 182,00 • Palm Beach - 84,100 • St. Lucie - 500 • Municipalities - 13,800 - 99% restored • Cooperatives - 100% restored • FPL - HOSPITAL, NURSING HOME AND PUBLIC SCHOOL STATUS • Hospitals - 100% restoration. • Nursing Homes - 99% restoration. 3 still out of service • Public Schools - 92% restoration. 102 still out of service. (Broward - 76%, Miami-Dade - 100%, Palm Beach - 94%) • FPL - ESTIMATED TIMES OF RESTORATION (ETR) • Go to the following 2 locations to see the latest FPL ETR maps: • 2' by 3' map located outside the door to ESF 12. • 2' by 3' map located in the hallway leaving this room.

  37. 11/04 11/09 11/11 11/13 11/02 11/10 11/08 Estimated Time to Restoration

  38. ESF 12 – Energy • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continue monitoring fuel and electricity issues and responding to tracker messages. Up Next – ESF 13

  39. ESF 13 Military Support Up Next – ESF 14 Up Next – ESF 14

  40. ESF 13 – Military Support • Current Issues • 961 Soldiers & Airmen on SAD (WILMA) • WILMA cost $7,941,652.36 (as of 02 NOV 05) • 3-265th ADA Battalion: Red Zone recovery operations at homestation with 40 Soldiers • 2-265th ADA Battalion: Yellow Zone (Broward County) with 151 Soldiers • Task Force 50: Blue Zone 2 LSAs (LSA Palm Beach County Fairgrounds, LSA Homestead Air Reserve Base) with 2 battalions and 364 Soldiers • Joint Task Force Engineer: Power generation mission in SE Florida • Provide SEOC support for ESF 13 & Logistics • SERT LNOs in Broward County • Continue to support PODS in affected counties • Unmet needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continue to right-size for current operations • Prepare for future requests Up Next – ESF 14

  41. ESF 14 Public Information Up Next – ESF 15

  42. ESF 15 Volunteers & Donations Up Next – ESF 16

  43. ESF 16 Law Enforcement Up Next – ESF 17

  44. ESF 16 – Law Enforcement • Current Issues • 413 State and Local LE deployed to SE Florida) • Daily assessment of all assigned missions. • SW Florida demobilized 11/02/05 • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continued support to local law enforcement Up Next – ESF 17