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1 State Emergency Coordination Center (SECC) Overview & SECC Resource Management Steve Knecht, Chief of Operations Tam Kolar, Logistics Section Chief Disaster & Emergency Services Division

2 MCA Title 10, Chapter Division of disaster and emergency services -- duties. (4) The division shall: (c) advise and assist the political subdivisions of this state in executing their disaster and emergency services responsibilities; (j) direct emergency response and disaster preparation activities as authorized by the governor; (k) direct disaster response and recovery activities as authorized by the governor; (l) prepare, for issuance by the governor, executive orders or proclamations as necessary or appropriate in coping with incidents, emergencies, and disasters; (n) assume any additional authority, duties, and responsibilities authorized by parts 1 through 4 of this chapter as may be prescribed by the governor.

3 What is the “SECC”? The Montana SECC has been established to coordinate support for response and recovery to multi-agency and multi-jurisdictional emergencies across the state. By standardizing key elements of the emergency management system, the ECC is intended to:

4 What is the “SECC”? (cont.) Facilitate the flow of information within and between agencies and levels of the government (Local, County, State, and Federal) during times of emergency/disaster. Facilitate the coordination of resources among all responding state and federal agencies during an emergency/ disaster.

5 SECC ORGANIZATION OPERATIONS – Similar to an expanded dispatch – Filter resource requests – Gather intel from the field – ESF Divisions (Public Health, Public Safety & Public Works) Mission assignments to Emergency Support Functions (ESFs) – Assumes role of the DES Duty Officer when activated

6 SECC ORGANIZATION PLANNING – Develops daily Incident Action Plan (IAP) – Situation Reports – Documentation – Facilitates planning meetings

7 SECC ORGANIZATION Logistics – Tracks deployed state owned resources including the National Guard – Supports state owned deployed resources – Supports the SECC and staff – Communications – Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC) – Works closely with Finance for daily cost estimates, financial documentation, etc.

8 SECC ORGANIZATION FINANCE – Liaison to Governor’s Budget Office to ensure funding for activation – Assigns task profiles for tracking costs – Develops daily costs estimates – Documents costs for potential reimbursement from FEMA, responsible party, etc.

9 SECC ACTIVATION 5 Levels of activation – Level 5 – Day to Day (DES Duty Officer) – Level 4 – DES Duty Officer and supervisory staff – Level 3 – SECC staffed to a minimal level, can be extended shift – Level 2 – SECC Sections all staffed, may be 24 hour operations – Level 1 – Same as Level 2 except the Multi-Agency Coordination (MAC-G) is activated to prioritize incidents when resources are scarce

10 SECC Activation (cont.) Daily planning cycle – 12 or 24 hour activation Planning meeting(s) Situation Report(s) Scheduled incident briefing(s)

11 SECC Activation (cont.) Emergency Support Functions (ESFs) – ESF-1Transportation (MDT) – ESF-2Communications (DOA) – ESF-3Public Works and Engineering (MDT) – ESF-4Fire Fighting (DNRC) – ESF-5Emergency Management (DES) – ESF-6Mass Care (DPHHS) – ESF-7Logistics Management and Support (DES) – ESF-8 Public Health and Medical Services (DPHHS)

12 SECC Activation (cont.) Emergency Support Functions (ESFs) – ESF-9Search and Rescue (DES) – ESF-10Oil and Hazardous Waste Response (DEQ) – ESF-11Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGR) – ESF-12Energy (DEQ) – ESF-13Public Safety and Security (DOJ) – ESF-14Long Term Community Recovery (DES) – ESF-15Public Affairs (GOV)

13 WebEOC Crisis / Consequence Mgmt System Web Enabled Enterprise Licensed Real-Time information sharing Ability to track multiple events Extensive information retrieval capability Mission/Tasking tracking capability Automated IAP building FEMA ICS Forms Meets NIMS standards Message/Chat capability Position Checklists MapperPro File Library Simulator Hosted Environment SECC Activation (cont.)

14 SECC Resource Mgmt All resources ordered through the SECC are on behalf of the local or tribal jurisdiction. Local / Tribal jurisdictions are financially responsible for all resources ordered by them and deployed through the SECC – “Emergency or disaster expenditures -- restrictions. (1) The governor may authorize the incurring of liabilities and expenses to be paid as other claims against the state…………….” We cannot compete against local or private enterprise with state or federal resources…..

15 Mission definition is critical when ordering resources. – Who, What, Where, When, Why – May not be able to get what you want when you want it. – Can’t be pro-active without knowing what you are doing. INTEL – When resources are scarce….. May need to paint a picture for the MAC-G and others to get you what you need. SECC Resource Mgmt (cont.)

16 Types of Resources – Communications – Aviation – Transportation – Security – Supplies – Technical Assistance – Regional Hazmat – Regional EOD – Mobile Command Post – T3 IMATs – ICS Coaches – Agency Representatives – Resource brokering – Etc. SECC Resource Mgmt (cont.)

17 Montana National Guard Deployment – Immediate support authority (72 hour rule) Requested by local government Authority of the Adjutant General or local commander Immediate life safety and/or major property loss Utilize immediately available resources Soldiers may be exempt from certain requirements Local government will be billed for associated costs **2 ways to deploy the guard**

18 Montana National Guard Deployment – State Active Duty Requires a Governor’s Executive Order of Emergency or Disaster (funding source) Expect 8 to 48 hours for activation Cannot compete with available local or private resources Last In / First Out Expensive **2 ways to deploy the guard** (Continued)

19 EMAC MCA Title 10 Chapter 3 Part 10 “Each party state recognizes that many emergencies transcend political jurisdictional boundaries and that intergovernmental coordination is essential in managing these and other emergencies under this compact. Each party state further recognizes that there will be emergencies that require immediate access and present procedures to apply outside resources to make a prompt and effective response to an emergency. “

20 SECC Resource Mgmt (cont.) Process to request resources through the SECC – Call /7/365 Duty Officer (Day to Day) SECC Operations (If SECC Activated) – Be prepared to answer questions (Who, what, Where, When, Why)

21 QUESTIONS?


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