Presentation on theme: " New Zealand Earthquake New Zealand Earthquake 6.3 Magnitude Earthquake 185 Deaths 1500+ injuries Over 1,400 buildings were red or yellow tagged."— Presentation transcript:
6.3 Magnitude Earthquake 185 Deaths 1500+ injuries Over 1,400 buildings were red or yellow tagged Transportation routes disrupted for months Infrastructure failures Approximately $40 billion in damages Population : 341,469 Geographic Area : 551 Sq. Mi.
6.0 Magnitude Earthquake 1 death 200+ injuries Transportation routes impacted Infrastructure failures Multiple structure fires EOC had to be relocated
129 red tagged structures > 1,000 yellow tagged structures 3 emergency shelters were opened (2 human and 1 animal) Hospitals and communities under “boil water order” 3 Adult/Senior Care Facilities were impacted Napa air traffic control tower lost most of the windows and unusable; temporary tower in place
220 mobile homes moved off of their foundations Approximately $500 million to $1 billion in economic loss Geographic Area: 748 sq. mi. Population: 140,326
Seismically active county Cargo from the ports via highway and rail Multiple fuel pipelines traverse the county Vulnerable infrastructure USGS Projections for Southern CA: › 1,800 deaths › 53,000 injuries
› 250,000 homeless › 1,600 fires › 1,500 buildings collapse › 300,000 red tagged › $213 billion in damages Population: 2.2 million Geographic Area: 7,200 square miles
Severe Weather Wildfires Earthquakes Public Health Events Infrastructure Failures Terrorism › Some events will be isolated › Some events will be widespread
How do you mobilize your employees? How do you continue to provide essential services? Do you know your Department’s role in the County’s Emergency Response Plan? Are your employees prepared to assist in the response? How do you function without IT and communications services? How do we recover as a County?
Partnerships with stakeholders Employee training Plan updates EOC facilities
Emergency Management Task Force › White Paper and Recommendations › Workgroups County Resource Assessment and Commitment Mobilization of County Employees Continuity Plans and EOP Training for County Employees Recovery and Resilience Emergency Management Committee › Representatives from all County Departments
Thursday, November 6 th at the Carriage House › 8 am to noon › All Departments are expected to attend › Detailed discussion on Workgroup activities The goal is to have a prepared County workforce that is ready to respond to any type of emergency!