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1 Amateur Radio Briefing When All Else Fails

2 What is the CEMP Comprehensive Emergency Management PlanComprehensive Emergency Management Plan Master Plan for All Emergency Management AgenciesMaster Plan for All Emergency Management Agencies State, County and Local Jurisdictions have oneState, County and Local Jurisdictions have one

3 Emergency Support Functions ESF 1 – TransportationESF 1 – Transportation ESF 2 – CommunicationsESF 2 – Communications ESF 3 – Public WorksESF 3 – Public Works ESF 4 – FirefightingESF 4 – Firefighting ESF 5 – Emergency ManagementESF 5 – Emergency Management ESF 6 – Mass CareESF 6 – Mass Care ESF 7 – Resource ManagementESF 7 – Resource Management ESF 8 – HealthESF 8 – Health  ESF 9 – Search & Rescue  ESF 10 – Ecology  ESF 11 – Agriculture  ESF 12 – Energy  ESF 13 – Public Safety  ESF 14 – Long Term Recovery  ESF 15 – External Affairs  ESF 20 – Defense Support to Civilian Authorities

4 Where is Amateur Radio in the Plan? Amateur Radio is a part of the CEMP, within EFS-2, under Telecommunications and Warning Systems CEMP ESF- 2 RACES Plan

5 Winter Storm Activations Floods Landslides Avalanches Ice Storms Wind Storms

6 Woodinville firefighters Jesse Disch, left, and Justin Ralph pull residents of the Archstone Apartments and their pets to safety (Steve Ringman/Seattle Times)

7 Flooding I-5 overpass in Chehalis looking south (AP, December 4, 2007)

8 Landslides Naches Landslide in Hwy 410 outside Yakima (October 2009)

9 Flooding I-5 overpass in Chehalis looking north (January 9, 2009)

10  FEMA sponsored program for ensuring emergency communications are available  Support provided by amateur radio licensed, emergency worker registered volunteers  Support includes voice and data radio capabilities  State RACES plan governs how amateurs are to be used.  Establishes nine RACES regions Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services (RACES)

11 Coordinating Team State RACES Officer RACES Regional Coordinators West RACES Regional Coordinators East Camp Murray Station Manager Asst. RACES Officer West Asst. RACES Officer East

12 Primary means of communications PBX Ayava G3si Use Direct-Inward-Dial for incoming calls, Centrex service for outgoing calls via SCAN Telephone

13 National Warning System (NAWAS) Bellingham Navy Whidbey Oak Harbor Everett Seattle Weather Seattle/King Boeing Bremerton Pierce Thurston South Bend Kelso Vancouver Skamania S.O. Yakima Hanford EOF Benton Colfax Spokane Grand Coulee Chelan Ellensburg Clallam Bonneville Power Skagit Mason Lewis Washington Pri. (EMD) Washington Alt. (WSP) Grays Harbor Walla San Juan S.O. Jefferson S.O. Wahkiakum S.O. Klickitat S.O. Franklin S.O. Columbia S.O. Garfield S.O. Asotin S.O. Lincoln S.O. Pend Oreille S.O. Stevens S.O. Adams S.O. Ferry S.O. Okanagan S.O. Douglas S.O. Grant S.O. NAWAS Primary Warning Point Local Secondary Warning Point Quinault Indian Nation

14 Washington EAS State Relay Network KGMI KBRC KIRO KGY KXRO KONP KBAM KBBT KIHR KMWX KXLE KPQ KSEM KONA KWSU KXLY (Hood River) (Portland) Galbraith Mt. Gold Mt. Boisfort Mt. KELA Joe Butte Steptoe Butte Burch Mt. Mt. Spokane Stacker Butte Sunny Slope Mt. Ellis Naselle

15 Washington State Comprehensive Emergency Management Network (CEMNET) Grays Harbor Pacific Thurston Lewis Wahkiakum Cowlitz Clark Skamania Klickitat Yakima Pierce King Snohomish Skagit Whatcom San Juan Island Kitsap Chelan Kittitas Okanogan Douglas Grant Benton Franklin Walla Columbia Garfield Asotin Whitman Adams Lincoln Spokane Ferry Stevens Pend Oreille Mason Clallam Mt Octopus Capitol Peak Galbraith Mt Burch Mt Tunk Mt Clemens Mt Joe Butte Stensgar Scoggins Hill Skamania Mt Squak Mt Baw Faw Jefferson F1: MHz F2: MHz F3: MHz F1 F3 F2 F1 F2 F3 F2

16 What If There is a System Failure??

17 What’s Behind This Door?

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20 WA EOC Disaster Scene Wireless Hub, Switch, router, servers Satellite, and Cross-band Repeater Web-Brower Software WebEOC All State Agencies County Emergency Managements Local Radio Networks via Cross-band Repeaters to CEMNET or satellite radio Sprint Cellular ISP Broadband Provider (Secondary Path) Satellite ISP Broadband Provider Mobile Satellite Trailer Internet (VPN or SGN Connectivity) Mobile Satellite Trailer

21 How Do You Access Amateur Radio Assets? Telephone WebEOC Established Amateur Radio Networks Walk In

22 OUR PLAN STATE RACES PLAN Or State Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Plan

23 Plan Construction Review Existing PlanReview Existing Plan Determine Needs and requirementsDetermine Needs and requirements Develop Draft Review Corrections Final Draft Gather Information from Field Units Other Research TelComm Review EOC Review Planning Review Publish

24 Purpose The purpose of this plan is to provide guidance, establish responsibility, and ensure coordinated operations between State of Washington government officials (state/local) and amateur radio emergency communications organizations

25 The Plan Does Not Replace or remove the authority of the local Emergency Management Jurisdiction. The plan only provides support when requested to do so by the local jurisdiction.

26 DefinitionsARESRACESMARSACSWSENARCSATERNOTHER

27 The Heart of the Plan Annexes Annex ANetwork Levels Annex BRegional and Statewide Frequencies Annex CMessage Forms Annex DMutual Assistance Requests Annex EResource Lists Annex FW7EMD/W7SEM Annex GPro Words and Phrases

28 Annex A Network Levels

29 Command 1 Network STATE NET CONTROL STATION REGIONAL NET CONTROL STATIONS COUNTY EOCs CITY EOCsSTATE EMD ALTERNATE STATE NET CONTROLS

30 Command 2 Network State Agency Field Units EOC Local Field Units Regional District Office

31 Command 3 Network Federal Agency Field Units EOC Local Field Units Regional District Office

32 Ops 1 Network REGIONAL NET CONTROL STATION COUNTY EOCs CITY EOCs OTHER PUBLIC AGENCIES OTHER AMATEUR STATIONS

33 Ops 2 Network COUNTY EOC COUNTY EMERGENCY COORDINATOR CITY EOCs OTHER PUBLIC AGENCIES CITY EOC/ALT. COUNTY EOC

34 Annex B Regional and Statewide Frequencies

35 Regional Coordination Nets Region Region Region Region Region Region Region Region Region Region Region Region Region 7,8 & LSBRegion 7,8 & LSB Medical Services Team Medical Services Team

36 Other Important Frequencies WSEN3.985WSEN3.985 WSEN (Alternate)7.245WSEN (Alternate)7.245 HF Packet3.624HF Packet3.624 OtherOther –60 Meters –MARS –APRS –Added as needed

37 Annex C Message Forms

38 Various Forms ICS 213ICS 213 ARRL NTSARRL NTS Modified NTS (Used by Camp Murray)Modified NTS (Used by Camp Murray) Internet (To, From, Subject)Internet (To, From, Subject) MARS FormatsMARS Formats Hybrid FormsHybrid Forms

39 They All Have PreamblePreamble AddressAddress TextText SignatureSignature InstructionsInstructions It’s Just a Matter of Learning to Convert From one Form to Another

40 Annex D – Mutual Assistance State Local Region Local

41 Annex E – Resources List Keep CurrentKeep Current Keep CompleteKeep Complete Review PeriodicallyReview Periodically Make Available to Other TeamsMake Available to Other Teams

42 Annex F – W7EMD/W7SEM Assets AvailableAssets Available Supervision and AuthoritySupervision and Authority Become a Member of the TeamBecome a Member of the Team

43 Annex G – Pro Words & Phrases International Phonetic AlphabetInternational Phonetic Alphabet Q & Z SignalsQ & Z Signals PronunciationPronunciation Specific Words such asSpecific Words such as –Roger Means Received –Affirmative Means Yes Recommended …. Not Required

44 What Makes a Plan Work Review and UpdateReview and Update Test, Test and More TestTest, Test and More Test Look to the FutureLook to the Future CooperationCooperation

45 Questions ?


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