Daily EM Organization Department within County Public Safety 11 Full Time Staff – Operations Shelter/Volunteer Logistics Planning Health Care CEMP/Training Special Needs/Social Media Long Term Recovery
Declaration/EOC Activation State of Local Emergency – Recommended by Emergency Management, approved by BOCC – Duration of 7 days; may extend EOC Activation – Determined by EM Director and County Manager – Action Levels 3 (Normal); 2 (Partial); 1 (Full)
Lee County EOC Opened March 2013 Building - 29,292 sq ft (4,200 sq ft Sit Room) Elevated 10 ft above grade (31 ft) 200 mph wind design 7 day independent operation – Three 1,250 KW generators (36,000 gallons fuel) – 14,000 gallons of potable water
EOC Staffing Notifications – CodeRED and Phone Calls EOC Responders – County Employees – Municipal Liaisons – Agency Reps (NGOs, State, Federal) – Private Businesses
EOC Organization Incident Command System (ICS) FLOP with Assisting Agencies as additional Section reporting to IC Operations: Law Enforcement, Fire, Health/Medical, Mass Care, Infrastructure Planning: Message Center, United Way 211 Hotline, SMEs
Planning Process Planning Documents – Situation Reports – Modified Incident Action Plan (IAP) – Time Delineated Schedules for response and recovery Visitor and Convention Bureau, Economic Development Office, Public – Private Partners GIS - Arm 360 Damage Assessments
Resource Management Open purchase order list for vendors Protection of responder equipment and vehicles Resources ordered through EOC Activation Portal; filled/tracked by Logistics Section
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