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  1. Hurricane Katrina

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

  3. Fire Medical Stress Severe Weather Parking Safety Briefing

  4. SEOCLEVEL10700 – Midnight

  5. EOC Staffing • STATE COORDINATING OFFICER – Craig Fugate • SERT CHIEF – Mike DeLorenzo • OPERATIONS CHIEF – Dave Bujak • 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 – FEMA

  7. FEMA Up Next – SERT Chief

  8. SERT Chief Michael DeLorenzo Up Next – Meteorology

  9. Meteorology Ben Nelson

  10. Three Hurricanes in the Atlantic – First Time Since 1998

  11. Hurricane Ophelia – Winds Near 75 mph

  12. Real Time Wind Field Analysis – 3:30 PM EDT

  13. Late Afternoon Radar Loop

  14. 24-hr Rainfall Totals

  15. 24-hr Rainfall Totals

  16. 5-Day Rainfall Forecast: 8 AM Thurs – 8 AM Tues

  17. Western Atlantic Water Temperatures

  18. Up Next – Information & Planning

  19. Information & Planning David Crisp Up Next – Operations

  20. Holmes Jackson Escambia Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Gadsden Nassau Washington Calhoun Hamilton Jefferson Leon Bay Madison Duval Columbia Wakulla Suwannee Baker Liberty Taylor Union Clay Gulf Franklin Lafayette Bradford St. Johns Gilchrist Alachua Putnam Areas of Operations Dixie Flagler Levy Marion Volusia Citrus Lake Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Brevard Osceola Pinellas Polk Hillsborough George Indian River Stone Pearl River Manatee Hardee Okeechobee St. Lucie Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin Jackson Glades Charlotte Harrison Hancock Lee Hendry Palm Beach Broward Collier Miani-Dade Monroe Extended Shelter Operations

  21. Holmes Jackson Escambia Santa Rosa Okaloosa Walton Gadsden Nassau Washington Calhoun Hamilton Jefferson Leon Bay Madison Duval Columbia Wakulla Suwannee Baker Liberty Taylor Union Clay Gulf Franklin Lafayette Bradford St. Johns Gilchrist Alachua Putnam Dixie Flagler North Florida Area of Operations Levy Marion Volusia Response Indicators Citrus Lake Seminole Sumter Hernando Orange Pasco Sheltering Brevard Osceola Pinellas Polk Hillsborough Indian River No Shelters Open or on Standby Manatee Hardee Okeechobee St. Lucie Highlands DeSoto Sarasota Martin Shelters on Standby Glades Charlotte Lee Hendry Palm Beach Shelters Open Broward Collier Miani-Dade Mississippi 117 ARC shelters open, 13,381 Monroe

  22. Florida Mississippi Response Effort Summary 9/8/05 1700 Mississippi EOC remains at full activation County liaisons were deployed to coastal and first tier if inland counties. EMAC – 33 States, 12,453 personnel, $185,107,546. 224 out of State physicians are assisting Mississippi Health Dept. Strategic National Stockpile push package sent forward. 61 Travel Trailers for use by disaster responders.

  23. Mississippi ESF 8 Deployments Hancock County – 6 DMAT & 3 Strike Teams Harrison County – 12 DMAT, 1 DMORT, 1 DPMU, 1 MST, 1 VMAT, 1 NMRT and 1 Mental Health Team Jackson County – 2 DMAT Pearl River County – 1 DMAT Energy Status Oil Production – 42% of normal Gas Production – 58.4% of normal Off-shore Oil Port is operating at 75% capacity Capline pipeline over 80% capacity

  24. Impacts to Residences

  25. Impacts to Businesses

  26. 62% of the1,368 Mississippi water systems are operating 153 are operating on emergency power Boil water notices for 464 systems Boil water notices were lifted on 77 systems 311 systems have not been assessed INFRASTRUCTURE CSX has suspended rail service until further notice Pascagoula Port open to vessels with 36 foot drafts or less Port at Biloxi closed Gulfport re-opened for vessels with 30 foot drafts or less.

  27. Tropical Storm Ophelia Vulnerable Population

  28. Planning Considerations Focus response efforts on: South Florida Panhandle Task Force Florida – Mississippi Shelterees from other states Tropical Storm Ophelia Keep the emergency worker safe. Emergency workers must go through “check-in.” Anticipate - What resources will likely be needed. Fuel availability.

  29. Planning Considerations Communicate – communicate – communicate. Unsafe and unsanitary work environment. Emergency workers should go through Debrief and Decontamination. Determine what resources are needed to handle Tropical Storm Ophelia. Report status information to ESF5. Up Next – Operations

  30. Operations Dave Bujak Up Next – ESF 1&3

  31. Hurricane Katrina State IAP #15 Operational Period: 0700 09-09-05 to 0700 09-10-05

  32. Tropical Storm Ophelia State IAP #3 Operational Period: 0700 09-09-05 to 0700 09-10-05 Up Next – ESF 1&3

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

  34. ESF 1&3 – Transportation & Public Works • Current Issues • FUEL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! • FOR TWO OPERATIONS • Mississippi Bridge recovery to deploy on Monday • Working missions for Ophelia • Sandbags • Preparing for potential evacuations • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Support future EMAC missions as needed. • Prepare and respond to Ophelia Up Next – ESF 2

  35. ESF 2 Communications Up Next – ESF 4&9

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

  37. ESF 4&9 – Fire Fighting & Search & Rescue • Current Issues • Tanker Strike Team 1 deployed to Biloxi • Tanker Strike Team 2 demobilized • Engine Strike Team 3 deployed to Pearl River • Engine Strike Team 4 demobilized • Engine Strike team 6 deployed to Hancock County • Region 2 Mutual Aid radio Communication unit deployed to Harrison County – (demobilizing 09/08/2005) • Region 5 Mutual Aid radio Communication unit deployed to Jackson County (demobilizing 09/08/2005) • Rescue Strike Team 4 Deployed to Pearl River County • Rescue Strike Team 5 deployed to Pearl River County • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continue to support units deployed in field. • Working on demobilizing all assets when possible • Identifying assets for possible deployment for Ophelia Up Next – ESF 6

  38. ESF 6 Mass Care Up Next – ESF 8

  39. ESF 6 – Mass Care • Current Issues • ESF6 is mobilizing teams for response to Hurricane Ophelia. • ARC Shelter Statistics: • Florida • Shelters Opened - 12 • Current Population - 855 • Meal Count - 14,804 • Mississippi • Shelters Opened - 104 • Current Population - 13,395 • Meal Count - 131,958 • Alabama • Shelters Opened - 42 • Current population - 2,494 • Meal Count - 37,459 • TSA Statistics: • 30 canteens currently located in Florida

  40. ESF 6 – Mass Care • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • Continue to support Katrina related activities in both Florida and Mississippi while preparing for Hurricane Ophelia. Up Next – ESF 8

  41. ESF 8 Health & Medical Up Next – ESF 10 Up Next – ESF 10

  42. ESF 8 – Health & Medical • Current Issues • Continue Preplanning for Future Storm: • Special Needs Shelters spaces assessment Regional Domestic Security Task Force 3 & 5 (approximately 12,071 spaces available) • Resource pool available • 98.78% of Department of Health staff available (approximately 16,300) • 1.22% deployed on Katrina missions (approximately 201) • Healthcare facility beds availability to be determined per Agency for Healthcare Administration data • Environmental Health communications with potentially impacted region to develop initial poison control surveillance if needed. • Transmitted two pre storm releases for Ophelia through Communications

  43. ESF 8 – Health & Medical • Current Issues • Epidemiology & Environmental Health • Continuing to monitor Internally Displaced Persons shelters in Florida. • Continuing coordination with the CDC team to implement syndromic surveillance in the six Mississippi counties. • Working with Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) team to • Finalize procedures for tracking services provided to Displaced Evacuees • Website for information & resource provision for Internally Displaced Persons by Friday 9/09/05. • Process information from field staff regarding housing, transportation, and schools. • Finalization of Health and Screening Demobilization Process at Gauthier High School

  44. ESF 8 – Health & Medical • Unmet Needs • Identify and report the number of persons expected through the Gautier High School Demobilization Center each day. • Future Operations • Mobile Water lab to demobilize after training and equipment transfer to MS Public Health Service water lab. Up Next – ESF 10

  45. ESF 10 Hazardous Materials Up Next – ESF 11 Up Next – ESF 11

  46. ESF 10 – Hazardous Materials • Current Issues • E Team working in Gulfport to identify unsecured hazardous materials. • T Team working in Pearlington to identify unsecured hazardous materials. • 10 FLAWARN Technical Assistance teams deployed. Additional teams enroute. • ESF 10 working with ESF 8 and Mississippi DOH to identify drinking water facilities that are able to provide potable water. • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • 9/9 DEP conference call to identify future staffing • Continue work on wastewater facilities to bring them back on line. • Monitor Florida Ports status • Continue hazardous materials assessments in Mississippi Up Next – ESF 11

  47. ESF 11 Food & Water Up Next – ESF 12 Up Next – ESF 12

  48. ESF 11 – Food & Water • Current Issues • Stennis LSA shipping baby food and USDA commodities. • 24 loads of water staged in Florida • Additional 50 loads to be delivered within 72 hours. • Unmet Needs • None at this time • Future Operations • 2 Additional people deployed to LSA • Continue locating additional water and ice • Monitor and re-supply product to LSA and Florida • Continue to monitor Ophelia Up Next – ESF 12