Presentation on theme: "Allen County LEPC Local Emergency Planning Committee How we use CAMEO Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations Kurt Whited Allen County iMap 1998."— Presentation transcript:
Allen County LEPC Local Emergency Planning Committee How we use CAMEO Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations Kurt Whited Allen County iMap 1998 to present Allen County LEPC 2007 to present Certified CAMEO instructor
Why do we use CAMEO? Over 200 facilities in Allen County are required to report under The Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) Helps to meet responsibilities under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to- Know Act (EPCRA) Paperless!
Who uses CAMEO? LEPC GIS Fire Departments Law Enforcement Agencies Homeland Security/Emergency Management E-911 Reporting Companies
Services provided to communities by the LEPC Workshops for reporting facilities Software training for responders Emergency response plan This list is in regard to CAMEO and not a complete list of services provided by the LEPC
End of first half Questions? 10 min. break Scenario to follow
Scenario Three intermodal (DOT Spec 51) tanks containing ammonia are leaking after they were unloaded at their destination facility. Three Rivers Filtration Plant at 1100 Griswold Dr reported that the tanks were all full with approximately 5000 gallons with an internal pressure of 250 psi and after the trailer swiped them there is a 2” x 10” gash in the middle of each tank with vapor escaping. The approximate size of the tanks is 8’ x 20’. Plot a plume using current weather conditions to identify the initial isolation area based on IDLH of ammonia.
Kurt Whited GIS Specialist City of Fort Wayne/Allen County 1 E Main St Room B-16 Fort Wayne, IN 46802 Office (260) 449-4290 Cell (260) 446-4917 Kurt.firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Information