WASATCH SEISMIC ZONE Emergency Operations Plan

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WASATCH SEISMIC ZONE
Emergency Operations Plan
Duc Nguyen (OSC)
303-312-6509
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PURPOSE
• The purpose of this plan is to provide a
framework of actions necessary for
emergency operations in response and
coordination to a large earthquake or any
catastrophic incidents involved with
hazardous substances and/or oil releases in
the Wasatch Seismic Zone located in Utah.
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Salt Lake
County
Emergency Support Function (ESF) #10
Hazardous Materials Command & Control
RRC
Regional
Response
Team
Regional Response Center
Branch Management
RRC Staff
Disaster Field Office
OSC / Operations
Support Staff
DFO
MCP
Regional Incident
Coordination
Team
Incident OSC
Assessment/
Response
EPA Support
Operations
OSC
(RNAT) (AIR)
OSC
Team
Air
USCG
Strike Team
OSC
Team
Water
FIELD
Other
Programs
Household Hazards
Waste Collection
Lead OSC
HHW Field
Operations
Structure & Resource Organization
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EPA Model for National Incident Coordination
Level of
Coordination
Policy and Guidance
Incident Information
National
Coordination
Regional
Coordination
Organizational
Structure
Organizational
Position
Policy Coordinating
Committee
Administrator, DA,
RAs, AAs
Provides Strategic
Direction/Management
Objectives
HQ Emergency
Operations Center
(EOC)
National Incident
Coordinator (NIC)
Communicates with
the RIC and REOC
NICT
HQ Senior
Management (All
AAships)
Provides crossprogram support
RICT
Regional Senior
Management/Senior
Federal Official
Provides Strategic
Direction/Management
Objectives & crossprogram support
JFO
Regional Emergency Regional Incident
Operations Center
Coordinator (RIC)
(REOC)
Tactical
Coordination
Roles &
Responsibilities
Incident
Command System
Incident or Area
Commander
Communicates w/IC
and supports field ops
Operational
Decision Making
Natural Disaster Response
• FEMA Response – National Disaster
Declaration (Stafford Act)
• EPA – Emergency Support Function (ESF
10)
– Hazardous materials recovery
– Environmental Monitoring
– Household hazardous waste
Mission Assignments
• MA’s Provide:
– Direct Federal Assistance to Affected State
• Debris Removal
• Hazardous Materials Assessments and Removals
– Technical Assistance to Affected State
• Such as characterizing waste streams for disposal
– Federal Operations Support
• Logistical Assistance which supports Federal Ops
National Approach to Response
• Inter-Regional Resource Sharing
– Back Up Regions
– “Ten Region” Response Capability
• Quick Access to Special Teams
– ERT
– USCG Strike Teams
• Centralized Communication Capabilities
– Regional/National RRC Facilities
– NRC Communications Bridge
– ERT Communications Bridge
• Consistent and Interchangeable Equipment Capabilities
Threat Response Assets
Support for On-Scene Coordinators
• 1 National and 10 Regional Response “Teams”; over
250 On-Scene Coordinators in the 10 Regions
• Federal Special Teams under the NCP, including:
– EPA’s Environmental Response Team (46 people
in 3 locations, 2 Trace Atmospheric Gas Analyzer
vans)
– EPA’s Radiological Emergency Response Team
(RERT) (25+ people in 2 locations, scanning
vehicles, mobile labs)
– Other Federal Special Teams (e.g. USCG Strike
Teams)
• Immediate Access to Emergency Response
Contractors
– 20+ contracts provide immediate access to field
technical expertise & services, over 25,000
contractors
– 25 contracts for cleanup personnel, equipment, and
services
– Transportation and disposal of hazardous wastes
EPA “Special Teams”
• Radiological Emergency Response Team
(RERT)
-Technical advice / assistance for containment, cleanup, restoration, & recovery for a radiological event
- Advice on protective measures - health and safety
- Assessments of dose and impact
- Monitoring, sampling, laboratory analyses & data
assessments
- Limited Level A capabilities
• National Decontamination Team (NDT)
– Technical resource for decontamination science;
support actions that contribute to protection of human
health, the environment, and national security
– Provides unique, immediate response capabilities
support decon activities related to chemical, biological,
and radiological events
– Provides expertise in radiological, chemical, and
biological decontamination (for buildings,
transportation, agriculture, food, open space)
Environmental Response Team
(ERT)
 Provides experienced technical and logistical assistance
in responding to environmental emergencies
 Emergency response, site characterization and
assessment, verification, cleanup, and disposal of
radiologically contaminated wastes or release events
 Response capabilities include:
– Air Monitoring
– Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Neutron Detection and
Quantification
– Clean-Up Verification or Final Status Surveys
(MARSSIM)
– Contamination Containment
– Disposal Option Determination
– Environmental Monitoring and Sampling Design and
Implementation
– Isotopic Characterization
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Relationships
EPA
DHS
DRG
PCC
AAs/RAs
Administrator
Deputy
AA Homeland Security
WH Homeland
Security Council
DHS Secretary
FEMA
NICT
AA OSWER
NIC
RA
DRA
RICT
Joint Field Office (JFO)
PFO
SCO
PCC: Policy Coordinating Committee
NICT: National Incident Coordination Team
NIC: National Incident Coordinator
RICT: Regional Incident Coordination Team
RIC: Regional Incident Coordinator
IC/IMT: Incident Command/
Incident Management Team
DRG: Domestic Readiness Group
PFO: Principal Federal Official
SCO: State Coordinating Officers
FCO: Federal Coordinating Officers
ESF: Emergency Support Function
DDs
RIC
ESF-10
IC/IMT
EPA/USCG
ESF-3
USACE
ESF-8
HHS
Senior
Officials
ESF-11
USDA
FCO
ESF-12 ESF-15
DOE
DHS
State Frequencies & Links
Channel name
ABAJO DPS
ABAJO SRS
ANTELOPE SRS
ASPHALT RIDGE SRS
BALD MESA SRS
BARNEY TOP DPS
BARNEY TOP SRS
BEACON HILL
BLACK CROOK TOOELE COUNTY
BLOWHARD DPS
BOARDING HOUSE DPS
BOVINE
BOX ELDER MANTUA
BOX ELDER NORTH
BOX ELDER SOUTH
BRUIN PEAK
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RADIO LABEL
ABJOPS
ABJSRS
ANTSRS
ASPSRS
BLDSRS
BARNPS
BRNSRS
BEACON
BLCKCO
BLOWPS
BORDPS
BOVINE
BXEMAN
BXELDN
BXELDS
BRUIN
Mob RX RX PL
155.655 146.2
155.085 151.4
151.130 203.5
155.730 203.5
155.145 203.5
154.680 203.5
151.130 203.5
158.970 203.5
155.910 192.8
154.695 162.2
155.565 146.2
154.8000 210.7
151.115 162.2
154.665 156.7
155.595 162.2
155.880 162.2
Mob TX
158.910
159.300
159.165
159.165
159.405
159.090
159.165
154.920
159.015
159.0075
159.435
156.015
159.150
159.150
159.150
151.13
TX PL Emissions
County
146.2
N
San Juan
151.4
N
San Juan
203.5
N
Davis / Salt Lake
203.5
N
Uintah
203.5
N
Grand
203.5
N
Garfield
203.5
N
Garfield
203.5
N
Iron
151.4
N
Tooele
179.9
N
Iron
146.2
N
Carbon / Emery
210.7
N
Box Elder
210.7
N
Box Elder
162.2
N
Box Elder
162.2
N
Box Elder
162.2
N
Duchesne / Uinta
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
• Concept of Operations (Structure and Resource
Organization)
 Roles and Responsibilities
• Communication Plan
 Federal Communications
 State and Local Backup Communication
 Public Channels of Communication
• Emergency Notification/Coordination Flow Chart
• Appendices (Maps, SOPs, EOPs, Press Release
Model
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QUESTIONS
Duc Nguyen – 303/312-6509
Bernadette Rose – 303/312-6072
Crystal Zima – 303/956-6406
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