Presentation on theme: "New Madrid EX branch Briefing October 30, 2007. Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones. Thanks for your cooperation. Silence."— Presentation transcript:
Operations Support Up Next – Operations Support Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations
Operations Support Current Issues Processing resource requests Mission Tracking Unmet Needs None Future Operations Deploy SERT Liaisons to requesting counties
ESF 1&3 Transportation & Public Works Up Next – ESF 2
Your ESF Current Issues (20%) Identify resources for possible deployment to impacted area Activated Traffic Counters to monitor increase of inbound traffic flow Identified staffing roster for 24 Hr Operations over 7 day period Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations (80%) Will deploy 5 DOT Strike Teams to Tennessee for Debris Management ESF 1 & 3
Your ESF Future Operations (Cont’d) 25 Bridge Inspection Teams will deploy to Mississippi from 11/03/07 to 11/24/07 Debris Management Coordinator to Tennessee from 10/30/07 to 11/14/07 Anticipate fuel support for responders deployed under EMAC Requests ESF 1 & 3
ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations Up Next – ESF 2
ESF – 2 Communications Current Operations ESF – 2 Identified communications resources location/availability (equipment, services, personnel) Region VIII- (Tallahassee) EDICS package operational for initial deployment FL Telecommunications Vendors coordination with local companies in effected area for communications assessment/needs FL Telecommunications Vendors mobilizing mobile equipment for deployment-standby
ESF – 2 Communications ESF 2 Field support team-mobilizing for deployment with State IMT Unmet Needs ESF – 2 None at this time Future Operations ESF – 2 Assess the affected area needs Coordinate additional resource deployment per the need Continue monitoring and supporting communications as needed Up Next – ESF 4&9
ESF 2 – Communications Up Next – ESF 4&9 Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations
Up Next – ESF 6 ESF 4&9 Firefighting and Search & Rescue
ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue Up Next – ESF 6 Current Issues Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations
ESF 6 – Mass Care Current Situation –ARC & TSA liaisons in SEOC –Red Cross and Salvation Army mobilizing resources to support the disaster –Red Cross Chapters statewide preparing to receive evacuees Unmet needs –None Future Operations –ESF 6, Red Cross and Salvation Army preparing to deploy in support of Florida Task Force to Ms. –ARC & TSA liaisons for Florida Task Force en route to Tallahassee Up Next – ESF 8
ESF 10 – Hazardous Materials Up Next – ESF 11 Current Issues 4 Haz-Mat Teams on Standby for Deployment FlaWARN & Florida Rural Water Assn. Teams on Standby for Water Facilities 4 Solid Waste/Debris Specialist on Standby for Deployment Unmet Needs None at This Time Future Operations Lining up additional Teams/Relief Teams for Haz-Mat, Water Facilities, and Debris Specialists Developing list of Volunteers to support where needed
ESF 11 Current Situation Loading trucks with bottled water at SLRC Placed ice vendors on stand by w/initial order for bagged ice Obtained inventories of USDA commodities; placed on stand-by Future Operations Dispatch ESF 11 LSA Team to appropriate LSA(s) Monitor inventories and order additional bottled water as needed Provide USDA commodities to augment North Carolina’s Rapid Response Team, if required
ESF 11 – Food & Water Up Next – ESF 12 Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations
ESF 12 Electric and Natural Gas Current Issues Electric Power Mississippi Established contact info for northern Mississippi. Updated the Katrina contact information for southern Mississippi. Tennessee Established contact with TVA who supplies all the power for Tennessee. Nuclear plants Farley NPP in Alabama is not damaged but is still shut down due to the after shocks.
ESF 12 Electric and Natural Gas Florida is not affected by power not being received from out of state because: The grid keeps a 22% reserve capacity (above peak loads) at all times. This 22% represents 10,000 MW. We only receive 3,500 MW from out of state. We institute statewide control methods if the reserve capacity falls to 1,000 MW. There is 45 days of coal and 50 days of oil supplies for the power plants in Florida. Estimated Times of Restoration and Outages – none available at this time
ESF 12 Electric and Natural Gas Natural Gas Power Do not have any reports of actual damages other than the USDOT has said there is major damage in the affected areas. Per PSHMA, there will extreme fire danger on the Mississippi River due to broken liquid fuel lines. PSHMA - Pipeline Safety and Hazardous Materials Administration There has been no reported damage to transmission pipelines in Florida.
ESF 12 Electric and Natural Gas Unmet needs None at this time. Future operations Obtain status reports on electric and natural gas damages, outages and restoration times. Assist in EMAC.
ESF-12 Fuels Current Issues 32 – 9000 gallon tankers are currently available (12 hour notification required) Unmet Needs None Future Operations Continue to monitor state’s fuel supply Continue to support EMAC missions as required
ESF 12 – Energy Up Next – ESF 13 Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations
ESF 13 Current Issues (20%) Mobilizing: SAR teams / HA teams / Security / Aviation / Transportation assets / EOC support team Major accomplishments SLRC support Unmet Needs None Future Operations (80%) Deployment of approx. 5000 FLNG with full logistics support / rotational basis Up Next – ESF 14
Unified Logistics Section State Logistics Response Center Activated –Assets being uploaded (560 truck loads) MCV at SEOC 2 each Type One Tactical Asset Packages ordered and standing up 8 each Type 1 Base Camps ordered and standing up Forward Mobilization Area established at Eglin AFB, Duke Field to in process all outbound teams and assets. –Stocking teams with food, water, supplies etc. –Rest, feeding, fuel –30-40 personnel Sending FLE as part of the IMT –Deputy Logistics Chief –Tactical Communications packages –2 LSA Management Teams –Medical Unit Leader –Base Camp Manager –Purchasing Agent AVAILABLE Resources
Mutual Aid Branch Have REQ-AS from MS and TN –ESF-s working missions to identify teams and costs –All will travel as part of the “Task Force” processed through Duke Field
REAL WORLD Earthquakes in the Past 5 days 2.8 Los Angeles 2.5 San Francisco 3.1 Wyoming 2.6 Denver, CO 2.8 Memphis, TN 1.8 St. Louis, MO 3.5 Nevada 3.1 Texas 2.6 Massachusetts 3.4 Ohio 2.1 Maryland 1.9 Maine 3.1 Mt. St. Helens, WA 4.0 San Diego, CA 3.8 / 4.1 / 4.2 Hawaii 3.3 Puerto Rico 3.1 Virgin Islands 8-12 EQ Each Day in Alaska Ranging From 2.1 – 6.1
RECOVERY Current Issues: Community Response Teams Earthquake: 2 teams/16 staff on standby Noel: 1 teams/8 staff on standby DRC Managers Earthquake: 13 DRC Managers and 1 DRC Coordinator on standby. Noel: 11 DRC Managers and 1 DRC Coordinator on standby.
RECOVERY Public Assistance Earthquake: 12 Public Assistance Preliminary Damage Assessment staff. Earthquake: 20 Public Assistance Coordinators to write public assistance project worksheet Long Term Recovery Office standing by to support Florida/ Noel as needed. Unmet Needs Environmental staff are standing by to respond to Noel-once Noel staff stand down we can mobilize PA staff. Future Operations: Continue to monitor requests for assistance.
Recovery Up Next – SERT Chief Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations