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1 County Staging Operations Organization Personnel Needs Personnel Needs Receiving/Distribution Managers (2 per operational period) Receiving/Distribution Managers (2 per operational period) Captures truck information (type of product, quantity, time in, vehicle number, trailer number, driver information, cell phone number, company information) Captures truck information (type of product, quantity, time in, vehicle number, trailer number, driver information, cell phone number, company information) Identifies loads to be sent to Distribution Sites. Identifies loads to be sent to Distribution Sites. Works directly for the OSC Works directly for the OSC Staging Area Manager (1 per operational period) Staging Area Manager (1 per operational period) Coordinates the incoming and outgoing trucks. Identifies parking location for each truck. Coordinates the incoming and outgoing trucks. Identifies parking location for each truck. Works directly for the OSC Works directly for the OSC Data Entry (ideal would be 2 per operational period) Data Entry (ideal would be 2 per operational period) This position maintains the data on all resources that come in and then leave a Staging Area. This position maintains the data on all resources that come in and then leave a Staging Area. Uses database to determine first in – first out of trucks. Uses database to determine first in – first out of trucks. Works directly for the OSC Works directly for the OSC Deputy Operations Chief Deputy Operations Chief Maintains liaison with the trucker, their company, and oversees the operation of the Staging Area Maintains liaison with the trucker, their company, and oversees the operation of the Staging Area Equipment Operators (3 per operational period) Equipment Operators (3 per operational period) Operates forklifts to load and trans-load supplies. The operators can also assist in other operational areas- locating trucks, getting them lined up, assisting with paperwork, etc.) Operates forklifts to load and trans-load supplies. The operators can also assist in other operational areas- locating trucks, getting them lined up, assisting with paperwork, etc.) Works for the Staging Area Manager Works for the Staging Area Manager

2 Equipment Needs – County Staging Area 2 Loading/Unloading Ramps (if no concrete ramp is available) 2 Loading/Unloading Ramps (if no concrete ramp is available) 4 Warehouse forklifts 4 Warehouse forklifts 2 AWD Extendable Forklifts 2 AWD Extendable Forklifts Fuel Tender for equipment and Refers Fuel Tender for equipment and Refers 6 Pallet Jacks (can order a MHE Kit) 6 Pallet Jacks (can order a MHE Kit) 8 Portable light kit/generators 8 Portable light kit/generators Traffic Cones Traffic Cones How long will the facility be available How long will the facility be available Golf Carts Golf Carts

3 Excerpts from the State Unified Logistics Plan for County Staging Area.

4 County Staging Areas (CSA) County Staging Areas (CSA) are typed as a Type III County Staging Areas (CSA) are typed as a Type III  50,000 square feet of warehouse storage.  At least one loading dock — preferably two  150,000 square feet of hardstand (parking lot) Hardstand preferably is paved surface, but unpaved would be acceptable IF it was hard packed ground and able to support semi trailers weighing about 65,000 pounds without sinking into the ground.  One forklift and two pallet jacks, minimum on site.  A 300’ X 300’ designated area, clear of wires, for a helicopter landing zone. (LZ)

5 County Staging Areas (CSA) Counties will be responsible for the accountability of all assets sent by the State to a County either directly or through a County Staging Area. Counties will be responsible for the accountability of all assets sent by the State to a County either directly or through a County Staging Area. The County will maintain a current inventory of all LSA resources and insure that this information is provided to the SEOC prior to each State Logistics IAP Meeting, in order to coordinate resource support. The County will maintain a current inventory of all LSA resources and insure that this information is provided to the SEOC prior to each State Logistics IAP Meeting, in order to coordinate resource support.

6 County Staging Areas (CSA) Leased assets made by the State on behalf of a county are financially transferred from the State to the County upon delivery and issuance of a County Purchase Order to the vendor to cover the lease period. Leased assets made by the State on behalf of a county are financially transferred from the State to the County upon delivery and issuance of a County Purchase Order to the vendor to cover the lease period. E.g. If a county requests 50 generators, they will be billed for 50 generators. E.g. If a county requests 50 generators, they will be billed for 50 generators. Counties will be held accountable for all physical property assigned during the operation. Counties will be held accountable for all physical property assigned during the operation. Counties will be billed the purchase / replacement price of tangible property for Leased Property not returned to the vendor of record or back to the State. Counties will be billed the purchase / replacement price of tangible property for Leased Property not returned to the vendor of record or back to the State. Leased equipment IS reimbursable Leased equipment IS reimbursable Purchased equipment is NOT reimbursable Purchased equipment is NOT reimbursable

7 County Staging Areas (CSA) County Staging Areas (CSA) must be pre-identified, and capable of receiving resources within 24-hours post event. County Staging Areas (CSA) must be pre-identified, and capable of receiving resources within 24-hours post event. Counties must provide sites with at least one fork lift and two pallet jacks to facilitate the immediate off-loading of resources. Counties must provide sites with at least one fork lift and two pallet jacks to facilitate the immediate off-loading of resources. The State will be able to assign additional MHE after 72-hours The State will be able to assign additional MHE after 72-hours All resource requests for State logistics support assets will be made through the State EOC, Logistics Section. All resource requests for State logistics support assets will be made through the State EOC, Logistics Section.

8 County Points Of Distribution (POD) Preplan your sites Preplan your sites U.S Census Track Maps U.S Census Track Maps Define the AOR based on the Type of POD Define the AOR based on the Type of POD Pre-Event: Determine the number of PODS based on the projected impact area. Pre-Event: Determine the number of PODS based on the projected impact area. Post-Event: Activate those PODS in affected jurisdictions. Post-Event: Activate those PODS in affected jurisdictions. TYPE I POD TYPE II POD TYPE III POD COUNTY STAGING AREA COUNTY POD LOCATIONS The following web site provides census track map data. html html POD Projection Models have been developed in MS Excel and are available via from the FDEM Logistics Section

9 WATER: WATER: 4 liters or 1 gal per person (3.79 liters per gal) 4 liters or 1 gal per person (3.79 liters per gal) 18,000 liters or 4,750 gal per truck 18,000 liters or 4,750 gal per truck 20 Pallets per Truck, 900 liters per Pallet, 237 gal per Pallet, 1900 # per pallet 20 Pallets per Truck, 900 liters per Pallet, 237 gal per Pallet, 1900 # per pallet 212 Trucks = 1 Million Gal (1 Million persons) 212 Trucks = 1 Million Gal (1 Million persons) ICE: ICE: 8# (1bag) per person per day 8# (1bag) per person per day 40,000 # per Truck Load 40,000 # per Truck Load 20 Pallets per Truck, 2000# per Pallet, 250 – 8# bags per pallet, 5,000 Bags per Truck 20 Pallets per Truck, 2000# per Pallet, 250 – 8# bags per pallet, 5,000 Bags per Truck 25 Trucks = 1 million # 25 Trucks = 1 million # 200 Trucks = 1 Million Persons 200 Trucks = 1 Million Persons MRE’s MRE’s 2 MRE’s per person, per day 2 MRE’s per person, per day 2,880 Cases per Truck Load / 34,560 Meals 2,880 Cases per Truck Load / 34,560 Meals 20 Pallets per Truck Load, 144 Cases per pallet, 12 Meals per Case 20 Pallets per Truck Load, 144 Cases per pallet, 12 Meals per Case 58 Truck Loads = 2 Million Meals (1 Million Persons) 58 Truck Loads = 2 Million Meals (1 Million Persons) Bulk Distribution Calculations

10 In the immediate aftermath of an event, POD’s are the first line of relief operations to affected clients. In the immediate aftermath of an event, POD’s are the first line of relief operations to affected clients. POD sites will be used for the purpose of receiving and distributing bulk emergency relief supplies such as water, ice, food and tarps within the first hours after an event. POD sites will be used for the purpose of receiving and distributing bulk emergency relief supplies such as water, ice, food and tarps within the first hours after an event. Sites are to be included in the County CEMP, with copies forwarded to FDEM Sites are to be included in the County CEMP, with copies forwarded to FDEM

11 500 +/- Feet 250 +/- Feet 125,000 Square Feet depending upon site plan and traffic flow requirements

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13 250 +/- Feet 300 +/- Feet 75,000 Square Feet depending upon site plan and traffic flow requirements

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15 150 +/- Feet 300 +/- Feet 45,000 Square Feet depending upon site plan and traffic flow requirements

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17 State Support The State will push water to each county pre identified POD within the first 24- hours post event. The State will push water to each county pre identified POD within the first 24- hours post event. Ice, food and other commodities will be provided after hours depending upon the assessed need of the operation. Ice, food and other commodities will be provided after hours depending upon the assessed need of the operation. The State will also provide minimum staffing for each POD for the first 72- hours The State will also provide minimum staffing for each POD for the first 72- hours The State will provide at least one forklift and two pallet jacks to each site, followed within hours, with porta-potties and dumpsters The State will provide at least one forklift and two pallet jacks to each site, followed within hours, with porta-potties and dumpsters The State will establish one or more State Logistics Staging Areas (LSA) within hours to support county operations. The State will establish one or more State Logistics Staging Areas (LSA) within hours to support county operations. Initial assets will be pushed out from State Mobilization Areas (MOBAREA) as soon as it is safe. Initial assets will be pushed out from State Mobilization Areas (MOBAREA) as soon as it is safe.

18 County Responsibility Counties must be able to assume management of POD’s after 72-hours Counties must be able to assume management of POD’s after 72-hours National Guard and Division of Forestry assets will most likely NOT be available after the first 72- hours, due to other mission priorities National Guard and Division of Forestry assets will most likely NOT be available after the first 72- hours, due to other mission priorities Counties must provide traffic management assets (cones, barricades etc.) to the extent possible, or request additional assets through the SEOC Counties must provide traffic management assets (cones, barricades etc.) to the extent possible, or request additional assets through the SEOC Counties must provide site security, traffic control and local communications to the extent possible, or request additional assets through the SEOC Counties must provide site security, traffic control and local communications to the extent possible, or request additional assets through the SEOC

19 Staging Area Considerations Have a separate entry and exit Have a separate entry and exit Refer fuel- we would put up to 50 gallons in the truck per the approval of the OSC- otherwise only fuel supplied was for the refer units. Refer fuel- we would put up to 50 gallons in the truck per the approval of the OSC- otherwise only fuel supplied was for the refer units. Food (use Red Cross) Food (use Red Cross) Have a location for them to eat and get something to drink Have a location for them to eat and get something to drink Port-a-lets for everyone to use- include wash stations near them. (make sure that you have a daily service agreement tied in with them) Port-a-lets for everyone to use- include wash stations near them. (make sure that you have a daily service agreement tied in with them)

20 County Distribution Site Operations Determine number of distribution sites needed Determine number of distribution sites needed Each Site requires a Distribution Group Supervisor Each Site requires a Distribution Group Supervisor Set Open and Close Times (stick to them) Set Open and Close Times (stick to them) Make sure that the times allow for travel home before curfew Make sure that the times allow for travel home before curfew Have a separate entry and exit – set it up for a drive through operation (two lanes) Have a separate entry and exit – set it up for a drive through operation (two lanes) Each lane should have a minimum of 10 workers for each lane, work lanes in groups of 5 while the other 5 rest. This is long, hard work. (National Guard is excellent for this) Each lane should have a minimum of 10 workers for each lane, work lanes in groups of 5 while the other 5 rest. This is long, hard work. (National Guard is excellent for this) Have law enforcement at each site (24 hours) Have law enforcement at each site (24 hours)

21 Site should have a hard surface parking lot for forklift operation Site should have a hard surface parking lot for forklift operation Dumpsters, port-a-lets, shade tent, coolers (for the workers) Dumpsters, port-a-lets, shade tent, coolers (for the workers) Site Equipment Needed (minimum) Site Equipment Needed (minimum) 2 warehouse forklifts 2 warehouse forklifts 2 AWD Extending boom Forklifts 2 AWD Extending boom Forklifts 4 Pallet Jacks 4 Pallet Jacks A couple of long 3/8” chains A couple of long 3/8” chains 2 Forklift operators 2 Forklift operators


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