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Hurricane “Tammy” July 17, 2007. Training Exercise Agenda  8:30 – 8:40Welcome & OverviewAli Asgharpour  8:40 – 9:15Pay ConcernsLiz Thornton  9:15 –

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Presentation on theme: "Hurricane “Tammy” July 17, 2007. Training Exercise Agenda  8:30 – 8:40Welcome & OverviewAli Asgharpour  8:40 – 9:15Pay ConcernsLiz Thornton  9:15 –"— Presentation transcript:

1 Hurricane “Tammy” July 17, 2007

2 Training Exercise Agenda  8:30 – 8:40Welcome & OverviewAli Asgharpour  8:40 – 9:15Pay ConcernsLiz Thornton  9:15 – 9:25Employee PreparednessMichelle Oblinsky  9:25 – 9:35CommunicationTed Garty  9:35 – 9:40Virginia PowerRicky Bowers  9:40 – 9:50Incident Reporting (CSR)Eric Martin  9:50 – 10:05Clearing Routes/Supply ChecklistChris Amerson  10:05 – 10:10FoodLisa Wuethrich  10:10 – 10:20Changes & Updates Ali Asgharpour  10:20 – 10:30Questions  10:30 – 12:30Training Exercise (field & call takers)  12:30 – 1:00Lunch (on your own)  1:00 – 1:30Report Back  1:30 – 2:30Critique/Open DiscussionAli Asgharpour

3 Pay Concerns Liz Thornton

4 Administrative Regulations 2.062.082.352.48 Compensation during inclement weather or declared essential operational conditions

5 Employee Preparedness Michelle Oblinsky Emergency Management Planner

6 Be Prepared!  Re-evaluate your insurance coverage  Assemble a family disaster supply kit Not just for hurricanes… Not just for hurricanes… Nor’eastersNor’easters Ice StormsIce Storms Influenza PandemicInfluenza Pandemic

7 Planning Tools  Brochures Before the Storm: Mitigation Strategies for City Employees Before the Storm: Mitigation Strategies for City Employees Things to do around the house BEFORE the storm/storm seasonThings to do around the house BEFORE the storm/storm season Building a Disaster Kit Building a Disaster Kit Breakdown of supplies to purchaseBreakdown of supplies to purchase Checklist to take to storeChecklist to take to store Website – www.OneStorm.org Website – www.OneStorm.orgwww.OneStorm.org Website for building a FREE, customized disaster planWebsite for building a FREE, customized disaster plan Only takes about 15 minutesOnly takes about 15 minutes Flyer in packetFlyer in packet

8 Planning Considerations  Seniors Medications Medications Type, dosage, & refill informationType, dosage, & refill information Extra Glasses Extra Glasses  Special Needs Medications Medications Type, dosage, & refill informationType, dosage, & refill information Special Equipment (oxygen) Special Equipment (oxygen) Provider name and contact infoProvider name and contact info

9 Planning Considerations  Infants / Young Children Diapers Diapers Water & Formula Water & Formula Toys Toys  Pets ID tags & medical records ID tags & medical records Water, food/treats Water, food/treats Toys Toys Leash and crate Leash and crate

10 Family Evacuation

11  STAY Disaster kit Disaster kit Employee family shelter Employee family shelter  GO Where will they go? Where will they go? Consider path of storm Consider path of storm Stay out of harm’s way Stay out of harm’s way

12 Employee Alert Hotline  757-382-6550 (employee alert hotline)  1-888-311-9905 (outside 757 area code)  757-382-8004 (non-emergency number) For family members to contact employees ON DUTY during an emergency For family members to contact employees ON DUTY during an emergency Families leave a message to be retrieved hourly when the City is in full Emergency Operations Activation Families leave a message to be retrieved hourly when the City is in full Emergency Operations Activation EOC will make every effort to convey the message EOC will make every effort to convey the message

13 Public Communications Official Information Sources for the Public WCTV – 48 CityOfChesapeake.net WFOS 88.7 FM

14  Emergency Employee Family Shelter Designated shelter Designated shelter Employee families Employee families  Employee Rally Points Designated locations where employees report after a disaster Designated locations where employees report after a disaster Fire Stations designated when all communications are down Fire Stations designated when all communications are down

15 Contact Information  Office of Emergency Management Michelle Oblinsky Michelle Oblinsky 382-6860382-6860 MOblinsky@CityOfChesapeake.netMOblinsky@CityOfChesapeake.netMOblinsky@CityOfChesapeake.net General Contact Information General Contact Information 382-6464382-6464 EMOffice@CityofChesapeake.netEMOffice@CityofChesapeake.netEMOffice@CityofChesapeake.net

16 Communication Ted Garty

17 800MHz Radio Cross Reference Chart Talk GroupLTS2000MT1500XTS1500 PW Comm1-aA1 PW S&H1-b A2 SLD WAST1-cA3 EXPSWAY1-dA4 PW-ENG1-eA5 RES MGMT1-fA6 EVENT 11-gB1 EVENT 21-hB2 STMWTR2-a A7 BRIDGES2-bA8 GARAGE2-cA9 CONV 0101C1 CONV 0202C2 CONV 0303C3 CONV 0404C4 C0NV 0505C5 Conventional channels used as directed by Public Safety Officials or in the event of radio system failure.

18 Virginia Power Ricky Bowers

19 Incident Reporting Eric Martin

20 PW Service Requests  FEMA/PW Debris Clearance Report  EOC – Tree Down in ROW/Street  EOC – Trees leaning ROW  EOC – Branches/Limbs Hanging ROW/Street  EOC – Flooding-Stormwater  EOC – Road Impassable Flooded  EOC – Misc-Street/PW Issue  EOC – Street/Road Repair – Public Works  EOC – Cave-In (Sinkhole)-Stormwater  EOC – Ditch-Blocked by Trash & Debris  EOC – Storm Drain Contamination  EOC – Streets-Curb, Gutter, & Sidewalk Damage  EOC – Streets-Debris/Obstruction in Roadway  EOC – Sign Damage/Repair  EOC – Traffic Signal Outage/Damage  EOC - Bridges

21 Clearing Routes/Checklist Chris Amerson

22 Clearing Routes

23 Prepositioning Kits \ Checklist

24 Food Lisa Wuethrich

25 Changes & Updates Ali Asgharpour

26 Emergency Operations Center (A) Patricia Biegler (B) David Thompson (Bu) Terry Herbert Call Center (A) Anne-Marie Amiel (B) Mike Spears (Bu) William Collins Public Information Tammy Barry GIS Support Andrew Winz Public Works Operations Control Center (A) Ali Asgharpour (B) Richard Broad (Bu) Ted Garty Documentation (A) Allen McClain (B) RC Kemner (Bu) Randy Ussery Vehicle/Equipment (A) Larry Stover (B) Steve Lawson (Bu) Claude Riddick Safety (A) Pandora Allen (B) John Chappell (Bu) Jeff Spencer GIS Support (A) Ken Sawyer (B) Chris Amerson (Bu) C. McCormick Call Takers (A) S. Appleby (B) Beth Hoskins (Bu) Mary Wilkerson VA Power Liaison (A) Ricky Bowers (B) Mike Carpenter (Bu) Dwight Lewis Staff Services (A) Pat Lundgren (B) Burt Estes (Bu) Lisa Wuethrich Procurement (A) Jerry Ivory (B) Ed Santos (Bu) Henry Allen Engineering Damage Assessment (A) Eric Martin (B) Dave Dombroski (Bu) Jay Tate Debris Site Mgmt. Kevin Lundgren Paul Dunn Rob Matkins Scott Frechem Rain Gauge / Lake Wardens (A) Sam Sawan (B) Erlinda Davis Bridges (A) Ted Garty (B) Mike Boron (Bu) Mike Carpenter Waste Management (A) Jerry Ivory (B) Al Green (Bu) Daryle Brooks Traffic Operations (A) Robert Hobbs (B) Danny Bradshaw (Bu) Fred Fagan Public Works Crews Crew Supervisors J. Phelps / Sts Administrator J. Koussa / S. Lawson M. Christian / T. Green G. Payne / L. DeMarco B. Mercer III / C. Riddick PW Crew 3 Fire Station 14 Volvo Pkwy. PW Crew 2 Fire Station 5 Hanbury Road PW Crew 1 Fire Station 4 Lenore Trail PW Crew 4 Fire Station 10 Homestead Rd. PW Crew 5 Fire Station 7 Battlefield, So. PW Crew 6 Fire Station 12 Taylor Road PW Crew 7, 10 Western Br. High School PW Crew 8, 9 Owens Middle School PW Crew 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 168 H2O Plant Routes 26-31 Mosquito Control PW Crew 11, 12, 13, 20, 21, 22 Butts Station Floating Crews Parks & Rec Floating Crews Mosquito Control Line of Succession

27 Questions


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