4 Fleet Our Tow Vehicles: Diesel 4x4, Crew Cab, Dual Axle Additional Equipment:Brush Guards and 9-ton WinchFirst response communication toolsFirst response mechanical toolsCB Radio CommunicationsDual fuel tanks, approx. 120 gallon total capacityFLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
5 CAPABILITIES: Transport Vehicles 1 – 26’ Box Truck5,000lb lift gateUsed to transportServer room chillersPower infrastructure cablingData and Voice Supplies
6 7 Mobile Communication Units (MCU01 – MCU07) Provides Data and Voice CommunicationsStocked with IT equipment required to rebuild or repair infrastructure.Climate controlled, secured storage and/or office space2 berths for staff in primitive response scenarios
8 Recovery Server Sets Seven Server sets One set has been used for recovering all mission essential data services for a regionAll seven sets have been used to recover all DOH mission essential services.
13 Disaster Recovery VoIP System Full PBX functionProvides DOH phone numbersCan be used as isolated phone systemFull call controlCompletely customizableProvide satellite phones and faxTerminate existing CO lines on-siteUnencumbered by complex licensing
15 GeneratorsDOH IT has generators available for Continuity of Operations and Disaster Recovery8kW diesel generators to power Mobile Communications Units8kW & 10kW gasoline generators for small networks or single 1 ton air conditioner60kW generator for a Data Centers or a 12 ton air conditioner200kW generator for Data Center plus clinic with A/C
16 GENERATORS: 8kW MCU Mounted on each MCU trailer Powers the satellite system, roof mounted A/C, and any other equipment in the trailerMore than 60 hours of runtime on 20 gallon tank
17 GENERATORS: 10kWThe 10kW gasoline generators are portable (wheeled) units10kW provides approximately 83 Amps at 120VPower connections are made with standard 15/20 amp extension cords or with 30 amp extension cords with twist lock connectors
18 GENERATORS: 60kW Trailer mounted diesel generator 60kW provides approximately 500 Amps at 120VProvides 120V, 240V or 460V (three phase)Connections are made with bare wire (stripped) and standard 120V 15 amp plugsWill run about 4 days on 150 gallons of diesel fuel with moderate load
19 GENERATORS: 200kW Trailer mounted diesel generator 200kW provides approximately 1,666 amps at 120VProvides 120V, 240V or 460V (three phase)Connections are made with bare wire (stripped)Will run about 24 hours on 150 gallons of diesel fuel with moderate load
21 Cisco Parabolic Dishes YOUR SUBTOPICS GO HEREFLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
22 Requirements Provide wireless data signal where: Distance and/or terrain prevent cabling.Network connectivity is not available at nearby locationSecure method of transmitting DOH data when necessary for field and disaster response events
23 CapabilitiesThe Cisco parabolic dishes can be used to transmit data up to 15 miles provided there is a clear line of sight between the dishesThe bridge used to convert the data back into a LAN is capable of doubling as a wireless access point for non-DOH trafficSupplemental access points are available for other configurations
25 Med 82 Repeaters and Radios What is MED 82?Med 82 is a radio channel with a set frequency to be used specifically for ESF8 medical response teams. We use this 400mhz frequency for our communication needs during an event.
26 Med 82 Repeaters and Radios How does it work?Med 82 radios utilize antennas and base station repeaters in order to broadcast the frequency within a certain radius. Of course, the higher the antenna, the more coverage area you will get.The base station can be permanently mounted or placed in a strategic area based on response needs.
27 Med 82 Repeaters and Radios YOUR SUBTOPICS GO HEREFLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
28 Med 82 Repeaters and Radios Currently maintain13 repeaters which we can deploy to an event. A single repeater, when accompanied by a telescoping mast for the antenna, can offer a coverage area of up to 10 miles.Handheld radios must be programmed for the Med 82 frequency and can be utilized with any repeater also programmed with this frequency.The base stations are also fully programmable for other frequencies that may be useful within certain counties during an event, such as the Med 8 channel (utilized by local hospitals, and emergency medical personnel) and Med 8 T\A, which is a talk around channel.Please consult your DPC for specifics regarding channel usage.
29 Med 82 Repeaters and Radios Radio communications are vital during an event. This is never more evident than when cellular connectivity is completely lost which commonly happens during a large scale eventsuch as a tornado or hurricane.
31 Portable Air Conditioning Units Several portable air conditioning units available for Disaster Recovery and Continuity of Operation1 ton A/C units for a server room5 ton A/C units for a larger server room and/or an office12 ton A/C units for offices or clinics
32 Portable Air Conditioning Units 1 ton A/CUsed to cool a 400 – 500 ft2 room, such as a server room or network closetRuns on 110 VRequires a dedicated 20 amp circuitCan be set up with drain hose in some environments, others will require water bucket to be emptied every 12 to 24 hoursMultiple units staged for deployment at all times
33 Portable Air Conditioning Units 5 Ton A/CCools up to 2,000 ft2Provides 60,000 BTUsRuns on 3 Phase powerRequires 30 AmpsShould be indoors or at least under cover from rainOne unit staged for deployment
34 Portable Air Conditioning Units 12 Ton A/CCan cool several large roomsRequires 208/230/3 Phase powerDraws 100 AmpsPortable (weighs 1,200 lbs)Can be run outdoorsTwo units staged for deployment
36 Logistical Information Displays Seven 46 inch LCD Televisions available for use during eventsProvide information to the publicDisseminate information to field staff during an eventAreas which are off limits or hazardousProvide current staging area informationDisplay shift schedulesProvide contact information for various personnel
37 Logistical Information Displays YOUR SUBTOPICS GO HEREFLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
38 Logistical Information Displays Information is run from local laptop or pulled across the network from server in Tallahassee.Can be used to stream information, such as news from CNN or The Weather Channel.Can be used with the Polycom video conferencing system
40 IT AssessmentsThe goal of an IT Assessment is to determine the current state of an IT environment, propose improvements that will result in a more effective and efficient IT operation, and specify how and where to enforce policy major categories are observed, in accordance with the Department of Health’s ITIL initiative. This initiative references the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL), which is the framework for outlining worldwide-accepted best practices for IT service management.
41 Standards, Policies, Tools, Resources — EVERYWHERE! DOH IT PoliciesRisk AssessmentCOOP-ITSchedule-IVCSecurity BulletinsSystem Administrator SharePoint PortalHelp Desk SystemSPITSCIO Brown Bag CallSysAdmin Bi-Weekly CallITSWITILAsset Management SystemDPCsCOOP PlannersSecurity Coordinators
45 Security IT Assets During a Disaster Recovery Spare computers staged for disaster recovery purposes are often unpatched. These should be updated with current patching levels BEFORE placing on the network.Updated patch installs should be kept on thumbdrive or compact disk.
46 Security IT Assets During a Disaster Recovery Recovery server needs to undergo same hardening process as any other production server. The DOH hardening document should be part of your standard driveaway kit along with any other recovery documentation.Avoid granting administrative privileges to standard users.