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Presentation on theme: "Hurricane Katrina. Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones. Thanks for your cooperation. Silence All Phones and Pagers."— Presentation transcript:

1 Hurricane Katrina

2 Please move conversations into ESF rooms and busy out all phones. Thanks for your cooperation. Silence All Phones and Pagers

3 Fire Medical Stress Severe Weather Safety Briefing

4 SEOC LEVEL 1 24 Hour Operations

5 EOC Staffing STATE COORDINATING OFFICER – Craig Fugate SERT CHIEF – Mike DeLorenzo OPERATIONS CHIEF – Leo Lachat ESF 5 CHIEF – David Crisp LOGISTICS CHIEF – Chuck Hagan FINANCE & ADMIN CHIEF – Suzanne Adams PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER – Mike Stone RECOVERY – Frank Koutnik

6 State Coordinating Officer Craig Fugate Up Next – SERT Chief

7 Mike DeLorenzo Up Next – Meteorology SERT Chief

8 Meteorology Ben Nelson

9 Category 2 Hurricane Katrina – 100 mph Sustained Winds

10 Hurricane Katrina – 5 PM

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12 SFWMD Rainfall Totals Since 7 AM

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16 Forecast Weather Map – 8 AM Sun

17 Forecast Exit of TS Force Winds

18 Rainfall Forecast: 8 PM Fri – 8 PM Sat

19 Rainfall Forecast: 8 PM Sat – 8 PM Sun

20 Rainfall Forecast: 8 PM Sun – 8 PM Mon

21 Forecast Onset of TS Force Winds Up Next – Information & Planning

22 David Crisp Information & Planning Up Next – Operations

23 Escambia Santa Rosa Walton Okaloosa Washington Bay Holmes Jackson Calhoun Liberty Leon Franklin Wakulla Gadsden Gulf Jefferson Madison Taylor Suwannee Hamilton Lafayette Dixie Columbia Gilchrist Levy Nassau Duval Baker ClayUnion Bradford Alachua Marion Pasco Orange Seminole St. JohnsFlagler Putnam Volusia Brevard Lake Hernando Citrus Pinellas Hillsborough Osceola Polk Sumter Charlotte DeSoto Lee Collier Hardee Hendry Highlands Okeechobee Indian River Palm Beach Martin Broward Miani-Dade Monroe Glades Manatee Sarasota St. Lucie Vulnerable Populations 826,219 Area of Operations Based on a Category 4

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28 Focus response efforts on south Florida. Plan for Panhandle hit. Residual effects from the 2004 Hurricane Season and Hurricane Dennis. Evacuation during inclement weather. Fuel availability. Lengthy impact period. Severe flooding – related issues. Assessment reporting. Planning Factors Up Next – Operations

29 Leo Lachat Operations Up Next – ESF 1&3

30 Operational Period: to Mission: To support county operations and the provision of public information. Areas of Operation: Florida Keys and Southern Florida General Operating Objectives: 1. Re-establish Communications. 2. Continue Activation Level Support Evacuation Operations. 4. Support Human Services operations. 5. Continue Logistical operations. 6. Implement and monitor Search and Rescue Planning. 7. Restore Critical Infrastructure. 8. Prepare for severe flooding. 9. Initiate the Recovery Process Planning Assumptions: 1.Inclement weather will inhibit evacuation and response operations. 2.Due to the rapid onset of the Tropical Storm, the time for implementation will be short. 3.The operational area will be split between south Florida and the Panhandle. 4.Resources must be utilized conservatively during the initial landfall period. 5.Infrastructure interruptions will occur. Operating Objectives Up Next – Operations Support

31 Operations Support Up Next – ESF 1&3

32 Operations Support Up Next – ESF 1&3 Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations

33 ESF 1&3 Transportation & Public Works Up Next – ESF 2

34 ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works Current Issues 97th Avenue (a county road under construction) collapsed onto SR 836. All lanes of 836 are closed. Anticipated to be reopened this afternoon. Krome Avenue between SW 8 St and SW 88 St –Debris Clearing Crews on-scene. Tolls suspended on Florida's Turnpike in both directions from Florida City, MP 1 to Three Lakes Toll Plaza, MP 236. It is likely that tolls on the ticket system between Lantana (milepost 88) and Canoe Creek (milepost 236) will be reinstated later this afternoon, possibly at 2 p.m. 171 of approximately 2200 Signals in Miami-Dade County are out. Outages include 2 Signals downed, and 161 signals out-of-service due to power outages. Road Rangers are operational 24/7. 2 helicopter recon teams flew Southern impact counties assessing damages.

35 ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works Current Issues (continued) 1 ground recon team will drove southwest Florida today assessing damages. Turnpike Mainline Road Rangers are on duty. CAP Ground recon team work through Miami Dade working south toward Keys Air assets waiting for winds to abat Recon Ground teams on standby to deploy to panhandle Staging in Jacksonville WMD Providing staff for flood control meetings St. Johns WMD and SWFMD report no impact

36 ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works Up Next – ESF 2 Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Continued support of Recon efforts in Monroe County Planning for Recon efforts in Panhandle Debris management teams on standby Traffic operations in planning for Panhandle evacuations and possible detours.

37 Up Next – ESF 4&9 ESF 2 Communications

38 ESF 2 – Communications Up Next – ESF 4&9 Current Issues SLERS systems: Patch in Miami, Trail Blades and Pine Crest Towers -link down -crew now realigning antenna SUNCOM Miami Switch three T-1's down Provision of infra-structure equipment (pots lines, DSL and WAP cards as required) on Fairgrounds landlines out in Miami-Dade county approximately 30,000 mostly due to power outages as well as 15% cell tower outages Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Preparation for landfall in panhandle.

39 Up Next – ESF 6 ESF 4&9 Firefighting and Search & Rescue

40 ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue Up Next – ESF 6 Current Issues Continue to provide staffing of ESF 4&9 at SEOC 1 strike team of ALS Fire Rescue units and strike team leader deployed to Miami Dade for approximately 3 days. Continue to provide support for Division of Forestry incident management teams (63 personnel) deployed to State Logistics Staging area at South Florida Fairgrounds in Palm Beach County, as well as DOF teams (54 personnel) handling resources in Live Oak. Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Responding to mission requests. Continue to review Unified First Response Entry Plan and identify resources in preparation of possible Katrina landfall in panhandle region.

41 ESF 6 Mass Care Up Next – ESF 8

42 ESF 6 – Mass Care Current Issues ARC and TSA have local units in the field assessing needs and serving residents as needed. No kitchens have been set up to date. An ARC Kitchen with a feeding capacity of 200,00 will be operational tomorrow. TSA has 2 kitchens on Standby and will deploy as needed. Sheltering: There are 9 shelters open in 3 counties, serving 473 people. There are 38 shelters in 17 counties on Standby. These include many Panhandle counties getting prepared for landfall #2. Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Continue to feed and shelter victims in South Florida and prepare to serve the needs of Panhandle residents.

43 ESF 8 Health & Medical Up Next – ESF 10

44 ESF 8 – Health & Medical Current Issues Continue to Communicate with Potential Areas of Impact and impacted areas Ongoing contacted with areas potentially impacted by hurricane Katrina second strike, and impacted counties. Ensure ESF8 Operations areas (Tallahassee) are fully functional Staffing all ESF 8 positions for full operation Ensure Activity Coordination with ESF8 Partners Refine data collection tool (AHCA and NDMS based) for self reporting of facility status Contact federal and State partners Ensure Continuity of Operations (COOP) Readiness COOP Planning ongoing SharePoint available to support COOP activities and coordination Special Needs Shelter (SpNS) Activities Broward: One (1) Shelter open with 60 clients (Indian Ridge) Miami: No shelters open Support evacuation of potential impacted counties Monitoring Health Care Facilities Status

45 ESF 8 – Health & Medical Up Next – ESF 10 Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Contingency Planning for Hurricane Katrina second strike on Panhandle Re-entry planning for Barrier islands and Panhandle area

46 ESF 10 Hazardous Materials Up Next – ESF 11

47 ESF 10 – Hazardous Materials Up Next – ESF 11 Current Issues Assessing hazmat incidents in impact area Coordinating response with local (DERM) and federal partners Initiating call-down assessments on water facilities and pre-identified hazardous waste facilities Coordinating solid waste cleanup issues Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Plan for DEP response to panhandle Preparing draft Emergency Final Order for Southeast Florida counties

48 ESF 11 Food & Water Up Next – ESF 12

49 ESF 11 – Food & Water Up Next – ESF 12 Current Issues Arrived at Palm Beach LSA 704,000 pounds (16 truckloads) 95,000 gallons (20 truckloads) 166,250 gallons (35 truckloads) of water at White Springs pending deployment ESF-11 LSA team onsite USDA on notice for possible need for food resources Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Monitoring storm for next landfall Supporting disaster relief organization for mass feeding Additional staffing for ESF-11 LSA team arriving tomorrow

50 ESF 12 Energy Up Next – ESF 13

51 ESF 12 – Energy Current Issues FUEL Total of million gallons of fuel available in the state. ESF 12 has not received any requests for fuels support from local EOCs through Tracker. Petroleum companies have been notified of fuel shortages and long lines in the Panhandle. AAA reports- Ft. Lauderdale, Pompano, and Miami – Numerous stations closed due to electricity outages. Palm Beach – Most stations open and have fuel. Pensacola – Long Lines. Several stations out of regular and mid grade. Western Panhandle – Long Lines. Many stations out of regular and mid grade. Port Status – Port Everglades – Closed. Port of Tampa – Open and monitoring storm path. All other FL ports – Open without restrictions at this time but may implement restriction based on storm path.

52 ESF 12 – Energy Current Issues ELECTRIC 1,100,875 reported outages. FPL – 1,079,900 outages, Municipals – 16,475 outages, Cooperatives – 4,500 outages. Broward county – 445,800 outages, Dade county – 637,225 outages, Monroe County – 4,550 outages, Palm Beach county – 13,300 outages. Gulf Power preparing for landfall in western panhandle. 650 Progress Energy line and tree crews and contractors are currently scheduled for deployment to north-central Florida throughout this weekend so they can begin work once the storm moves through. ETRs (Estimated Times of Restoration) FPL estimates 90% restored midnight Tuesday. The last 10% by midnight next Friday. Palm Beach restored by midnight tomorrow. Outage number in Tracker #40 and in Groove FYI.

53 ESF 12 – Energy Up Next – ESF 13 Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Currently coordinating staging areas and expediting out of state electric crews entrance into the impacted areas. Monitor fuel and electric energy issues.

54 ESF 13 Military Support Up Next – ESF 14

55 ESF 13 – Military Support Up Next – ESF 14 Current Issues 950 soldiers currently activated ESF 5/13/Logistics/RECON support at SEOC Providing LSA support (Palm Beach) Aviation assets being pre positioned throughout state Provided aviation support to Governor Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations RECON/SAR/security missions in Panhandle Humanitarian/POD support in Panhandle LSA support at Duke Field County Liaison Officers Continue bringing on more forces

56 Up Next – ESF 15 ESF 14 Public Information

57 ESF 14 – Public Information Up Next – ESF 15 Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations

58 ESF 15 Volunteers & Donations Up Next – ESF 16

59 ESF 15 – Volunteers & Donations Up Next – ESF 16 Current Issues Florida VOAD conference calls daily at 2:00 p.m. Broward/Dade/Monroe VOAD conference call Saturday 11:00 a.m. Voluntary agencies are managing resources to ensure availability to Panhandle Assessing impact to farm worker communities in south Miami-Dade Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Preliminary planning for Volunteer & Donations Hotline and Donations Warehouse

60 ESF 16 Law Enforcement Up Next – ESF 17

61 ESF 16 – Law Enforcement Up Next – ESF 17 Current Issues Assessments are continuing in South Florida. No requests have been received nor are any anticipated for out-of-region assets. Planning is being conducted for issues associated with anticipated landfall in the Panhandle, including USAR and Law Enforcement deployment to the impacted region. Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations As missions require

62 ESF 17 Agriculture & Animal Protection Up Next – Finance & Administration

63 ESF 17 – Agriculture & Animal Protection Up Next – Finance & Administration Current Issues ICP Team for S FL area of operations completed assessments with Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade EOC's, and animal issues are being handled locally. Team will remain on standby until Sunday a.m. Assistance to impacted counties will be coordinated as received. ARFS for assistance by USDA personnel initiated (EMAC) ICP Team for N FL area of operations identified and planning for possible impact on panhandle on Monday. Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Mobilization of ICP Team and Assessment teams post impact on panhandle. Coordinate assistance requests from county EOCs post impact on panhandle.

64 Finance & Administration Up Next – Logistics

65 Finance & Administration Up Next – Logistics Current Issues Conducted State Agency Conference call -- estimated costs are due not later than Monday at 9:00 am. Assisting with deployment of staff. Issued several Purchase Orders for equipment for the LSA meals served in EOC. Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Continue to assist with deployment of staff Continue to track costs. Continue to make necessary purchases to support the EOC and LSA. There will be a State Agency conference call tomorrow (Saturday) at 2:30 pm.

66 Logistics Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid

67 Logistics Up Next – EMAC Mutual Aid Current Issues Unmet Needs Future Operations

68 EMAC Mutual Aid Up Next – Recovery

69 EMAC Mutual Aid Up Next – Recovery Current Issues Working on staffing requests in tracker through in-state mutual aid and EMAC. Continuing to process ARFs - New Form/Tracker Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Work with EMAC A-Team upon arrival Work with in-state mutual aid coordinator upon arrival Track EMAC and in-state mutual aid staff Continue to search for resources through EMAC and in-state mutual aid.

70 Recovery Up Next – SERT Chief

71 Recovery Up Next – SERT Chief Current Issues Preliminary Damage Assessment teams are on scene or deploying in Miami-Dade, Monroe and Broward Counties. PDA's will be performed on Saturday - see message #299 Determination of Resources available for Panhandle PDAs underway Working with Field Operations and Operations Support to determine Panhandle SERT Liaison deployment roster Monitoring and responding to Tracker/Groove messages and county inquiries Unmet Needs None at this time Future Operations Conduct PDA in three impacted counties Respond to requests for any additional PDAs or declaration additions Assist Ops Support and Field Operations in deployment and management of SERT Liaisons

72 SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo

73 Next Briefing August 27 at 0730 Branch Briefing


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