final esf briefing august 26, 2004 hurricane charley

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  • Slide 1
  • Final ESF Briefing August 26, 2004 Hurricane Charley
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  • SEOC LEVEL 2 Activation
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  • SERT Chief Mike DeLorenzo Up next Meteorology
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  • Meteorology Ben Nelson
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  • Hurricane Frances
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  • Water Vapor Imagery
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  • Hurricane Frances 2425 miles east-southeast of Miami
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  • Afternoon Computer Models
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  • Afternoon Long-Range Computer Models
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  • Afternoon Surface Map
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  • Thursday PM Friday PM Rainfall Forecast Up next FEMA
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  • FEMA
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  • Up next ESF 1&3 FEMA SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS Number of Action Request Forms Processed - 107 40 were completed 40 are ongoing 13 were cancelled 1 pending SOW 7 unknown 1 delivered pending setup 5 done at ROC and POC wasnt available Some areas that Action Request Forms covered: MREs & heater meals700,000+ Generators103 Fire/Law/Health stations20
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  • ESF #1 Transportation ESF #3 Public Works
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  • SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS The gambit from Bonnie to Charley, evacuations, re- entries, and onward to today with daily delivery of gas to elderly group homes for small generators to aircraft, helicopters, cranes, dump trucks, hundreds of signs, pick- up and delivery of oxygen tanks, re-fueling critical duty vehicles, debris clearance and everything in between. Our ESF-1 and ESF-3 agencies have hung in there during preparedness and response, and will continue working recovery missions.
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  • ESF #1 Transportation ESF #3 Public Works SFWMD - 7 missions SWFWMD 11 missions FL Wing CAP 35 missions FDOT 139 missions ESF 1&3 Agency EOCs FL Wing CAP 1 SWFWMD 1 SFWMD 1 FDOT 9
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  • ESF #1 Transportation ESF #3 Public Works Up next ESF 2&7 RIAT FDOT A-Team FDOT RECON FL Wing CAP air and ground teams FDOT air and ground teams Charley Command / F-SERT ESF-1 FDOT ESF-3 FDOT DFO State PA and PACs - FDOT ESF-1/-3 Agency Involvement SFWMD 75 SWFWMD 90 FL Wing CAP 190 FDOT 2,100
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  • ESF #2 Communications ESF #7 Resource Support
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  • SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS Personnel & Equipment Deployment: Cell phones: approx 350 Satellite phones: approx 105 Analog landline phones: approx 300 COWs/COLTs: approx 15 MACs: approx 5 Radios: approx 450 T1 line instal/repair: approx 15 POTs lines: approx 300 DSL lines: approx 150 Wireless air cards: approx 65 Blackberries: approx 20 Chargers: approx 20 Batteries: approx 115 Numbers prioritized: approx 80 Phone Bank lines: approx 50 (2 MCI trailers) Fiber cuts restored: approx 5 Dispatchers: approx 30 Portable Repeaters: approx 3 Radio towers: approx 3 HP Laptops: approx 15 UPS systems: approx 2 Fax lines: approx 5 AM/FM radios: approx 500 Projectors: approx 3 Screens: approx 3 IP Addresses: approx 64 VPN: approx 1 Video Lines: approx 2 ESF 2 staff deployed: approx 7 ESF 2 staff at SEOC: approx 30 HAMM radio operators: approx 80
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  • ESF #2 Communications ESF #7 Resource Support August 2004 Total Outage 264,000 Outages per provider
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  • ESF #2 Communications ESF #7 Resource Support Wireless Coverage Percent coverage per vendor August 2004
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  • ESF #2 Communications ESF #7 Resource Support 14 17 18192023242526 AT&T SWF 6870 8588909697 99 AT&T Orl 8385 95979899 AT&T Day 9598 99 100 Altel 95 989910099100 Cingular 5097 9899 100 Nextel 80 91969910099 100 Sprint 87 91 98100 T Mobile 8098 99 Verizon 90 9899 100 Wireless Coverage
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  • ESF #2 Communications ESF #7 Resource Support 105 tracker messages submitted to ESF 12 as of 10:20am 8/24/04 On average, each request has required 3-5 follow-up calls by ESF-12 staff to assure delivery is coordinated.
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  • ESF #2 Communications ESF #7 Resource Support Counties Actively requiring Assistance With Fuel: Charlotte* Lee* Collier Osceola DeSoto* Polk* Hardee* Sarasota Highlands* * indicates most active counties
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  • ESF #2 Communications ESF #7 Resource Support Fuel Suppliers List & Serving Area: Marine Mobile - Charlotte Terrell Industries - Charlotte and Sarasota Evans Oil - Collier and Lee MidCo - DeSoto, Hardee, Manatee, and Sarasota Lynch Oil - Polk Smith Bros. - Sarasota Mason Oil - DeSoto Stryker - Hardee Up next ESF 4&9
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  • ESF #4 Fire Fighting ESF #9 Search & Rescue
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  • SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS ESF 4 & 9 Administrative and Field Operations Entities were comprised of the following agencies or associations (personnel responses from each, involved in administrative operations since 8/11/04, is in parentheses): Department of Financial Services Division of State Fire Marshal (104) Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Division of Forestry (547) Florida Fire Chief's Association (168)
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  • Up next ESF 5 ESF #4 Fire Fighting ESF #9 Search & Rescue Fire Service Personnel and Equipment deployed to field operations since 8/11/04: Personnel: 559 Deployed Vehicles: 95 Engines 95 Rescue/Ambulances 1 Haz-Mat Team Federal Assets: Two Urban Search & Rescue Teams
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  • ESF #5 Information & Planning
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  • Up next ESF 6 ESF #5 Information & Planning SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS Planning - 5 personnel produced 33 products: 29 Incident Action Plans, 4 Special Plans (Election, Transition to Charley Command and 2 RECON plans) Documentation - 4 personnel produced 49 products: 38 Situation Reports 11 Flash Reports Intel - 29 personnel (18 FLNG, 7 DEP & 4 DEM) produced 809 products: 346 Fact Sheets 135 Impact Charts, 112 Resources Deployed Reports, 108 Key Issues Summary Reports, 108 Resources Location Message Center - 11 personnel monitored: Over 7,000 messages in the Tracker Data Base Technical Services 2 personnel produced 202 products: 41 EOC briefing presentations 161 various presentations
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  • ESF #6 Mass Care
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  • Up next ESF 8 ESF #6 Mass Care SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS Official Shelters (est) : Max # 356-375 with approximately 72,000-75,000 evacuees @ peak of sheltering Feeding: 1,518,000 (as of 8/24) 88,000 (est for 8/25) 70,000 (est for 8/26) 1,690,000 (est to date) Max feeding units deployed: 33 Canteens (TSA) 114 ERVs (ARC) 13 Kitchens (TSA/ARC/So.Baptist) 30 Comfort Stations(TSA) 20+ Showers Units 9 Trailer truck loads of MREs received & shipped out by LSAs estimated to be at least 700,000+ MREs/heater meals Moderate Number of "unofficial shelters + a number of churches & groups providing "unofficial" feeding stations
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  • ESF #8 Health & Medical
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  • SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS Approximately 2,000 Federal, State, and Local Employees mobilized for response and recovery for health and medical systems Personnel (433 personnel) Health Recovery personnel 42 Medical personnel 269 Epidemiology personnel - 11 Environmental Health personnel - 24 RERA (Regional Emergency Response Advisors) 7 DCHAT (Disaster Community Health Assessment Team) personnel 80
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  • ESF #8 Health & Medical State of Florida (3 Teams) FEMOR (Florida Emergency Mortuary Response System) 1 Team CISDT (Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Teams) Forward SERT (Charley Command) 1 Team Federal Teams (15 teams) VMAT (Veterinary Medical Assessment Team) 1 Team DMAT (Disaster Medical Assessment Team) 11 Teams MHAT (Mental Health Assessment Team) 1 Team DMORT (Disaster Mortuary Response Team) 1 Team DFO (Disaster Field Office) Staffing 1 Team
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  • ESF #8 Health & Medical Deployment of Additional Resources ESF8 Missions 601 Missions Assigned $37 Million in total aid estimated for health recovery Equipment and Supplies Deployed and Costs:$4,598,914 Portable Toilets(1,645)$2,608,527. Dumpsters(33)$203,381 Medical Equipment/Supplies$491,160. Oxygen$335,790. Insect Repellant$657,000. Misc. Infrastructure Supplies$303,056. (examples include IT, lodging, and Communications) Note: not included are employee travel and overtime, and costs incurred for 24-hour operations
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  • ESF #8 Health & Medical Deployment of Additional Resources Assessment and assistance to private health care systems 696 Hospital beds closed 1149 Skill nursing and ALF beds closed Special Needs Shelters Primary Health Care Support Mobile Health Clinics Temporary Fixed Sites Pharmacy and Lab Support Interactive Web/GIS support EMS mobilization Public Information support Disaster Recovery Centers Coordination with USDA for WIC Formula Up next ESF 10
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  • ESF #10 Hazardous Materials
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  • Up next ESF 11 ESF #10 Hazardous Materials SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS 56 tasked missions FDEP Total Participation: 356 (157 deployed) 33 Hazardous Materials Incidents to Date 20.8 million cubic yards of storm debris (COE Model) 141 drinking water treatment plants assisted, serving 4.9 million custome

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