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1 State of Idaho Regional Special Assests Jefferey G. Rylee Haz Mat Operations Officer Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security

2 Historical Perspective  RCRA – Resource Conservation Recovery Act  CERCLA – Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act “Superfund”  SARA – Superfund Amendment Reauthorization Act  EPCRA – Emergency Planning Community Right to Know Act  HazWoper – Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response

3 Idaho Historical Perspective  1991 – Idaho Hazardous Substance Response Act  SERC – State Emergency Response Commission is authorized to create and establish Regional Hazardous Materials Response Teams  Goal – Strategically locate three regional teams – Northern, Southeast, & Southwest  “The teams will be called into action to assist local governments in the mitigation of emergencies involving hazardous substances that go beyond local response capabilities.

4 Facts about Idaho  13 th Largest State in U.S. – 83,557 sq. miles  Altitude: Low – 738 ft. to High – 12,662 ft.  3,100 miles of whitewater river miles  Largest unroaded(wilderness) area in lower 48 states – Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness – 2.3 million acres  63% of Idaho is public land managed by feds  Population: 1.3 million (2002)

5 Idaho’s Major Industries  #1 Manufacturing – Electronics & computer equip, food processing, lumber & wood products, chemicals & allied products  #2 Agriculture  #3 Tourism  #4 Mining

6 Other Idaho Facts  World’s 1 st nuclear power plant, INL, near Arco  Atomic Energy Commission offered the town of Arco electricity generated by atomic energy in  1953 prototype of “Nautilus” 1 st nuclear sub – built and tested in Idaho desert  “Gem State” – 72 types of precious & semi- precious stones  Idaho Seaport – Lewiston

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8 Region 1 – North Idaho  Kootenai County Fire & Rescue  Counties: Benewah, Bonner Boundary, Kootenai, Shoshone  Population: 179,140 (13.6%)  Chem Facilities: 206 (11.9%)  Land Area: 7,662 sq. miles (9.3%)

9 Region 1 – ICSAR (Idaho Collapse Search and Rescue)  Coeur d’Alene Fire Department

10 Region 1 Bomb Squad  Write MOU with Spokane City/County for assistance  Contract with State BHS to respond and receive cost recovery

11 Region 2 – North Central Idaho  Lewiston Fire Department  Counties: Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, Lewis, Nez Perce  Population: 99,163 (7.5%)  Chem Facilities: 171 (9.9%)  Land Area: 13,351 sq. miles (16.1%)

12 Region 3 – Southwest Idaho  Nampa/Caldwell Fire Departments  Counties: Adams, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Payette, Washington  Population: 200,563 (15.2%)  Chem Facilities: 207 (12%)  Land Area: 12,060 sq. miles (14.6%)

13 Region 3 Bomb Squad  Nampa City Police Department

14 Region 4 – Southwest Idaho  Boise Fire Department  Counties: Ada, Boise, Camas, Elmore, Valley  Population: 358,705 (27.1%)  Chemical Facilities: 431 (24.9%)  Land Area: 10,788 sq. miles (13%)

15 Region 4 – ICSAR (Idaho Collapse Search and Rescue)  Boise Fire Department

16 Region 4 Bomb Squad  Boise City Police Department and support from Ada County  Sheriff’s Office

17 Region 5 – South Central Idaho  Magic Valley Emergency Response Team – 6 FDs  Counties: Blaine, Cassia, Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln, Minidoka, Twin Falls  Population: 163,623 (12.4%)  Chem Facilities: 291 (16.8%)  Land Area: 10,433 sq. miles (12.6%)

18 Region 5 Bomb Squad  Twin Falls City Police Department

19 Region 6 – Southeast Idaho  Pocatello Fire Department – 1 st State RRT  Counties: Bannock, Bear Lake, Butte, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida, Power  Population: 157,524 (11.9%)  Chem Facilities: 246 (14.2%)  Land Area: 11,449 sq. miles (13.8%)

20 Region 7 – Northeast Idaho  Idaho Falls/Jefferson Central Fire Departments  Counties: Bonneville, Clark, Custer, Fremont, Jefferson, Lemhi, Madison, Teton  Population: 161,822 (12.3%)  Chem Facilities: 177 (10.2%)  Land Area: 17,006 sq. miles (20.6%)

21 Region 6 & 7 – ICSAR (Idaho Collapse Search and Rescue)  Pocatello Fire Department  & Idaho Falls Fire Department

22 Region 7 Bomb Squad  Idaho Falls Police Department:  Set up capacity appropriate to need  Contract with State BHS to respond and receive cost recovery

23 Other Idaho Response Assets  Idaho State Police  101 st Civil Support Team  INL Oversight Program  Various Enhanced local areas: Valley, Blaine counties  EOD Military teams: Yakima, Mt. Home, Tooele, Fairchild  Heavy Rescue Capability under development – Coeur d’Alene, Boise, Idaho Falls/Pocatello

24 Team Organization  Fire Department Based – Full time & Part time  Bomb Squads – Law Enforcement Based  State Supports with equipment, training, & reimbursement through Bureau of Homeland Security (formerly Bureau of Hazardous Materials)  Teleconference meetings  Team Leader meetings  Contracts

25 APE (Apparatus, Personnel, Equipment

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29 Summary  7 Regional Hazardous Materials Response Teams  3 ICSAR (Idaho Collapse Search and Rescue Teams)  4 Currently active local Bomb Squads with more on the planning and implementation schedule  IIMAST (Idaho Incident Management And Support Team) statewide participation

30 Emergencies

31 Idaho Hazardous Materials/WMD Incident Command and Response Support Plan

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