USDOT National Response Program Overview

Report
USDOT and National Response
Program Overview
AASHTO
Subcommittee on Highway Transport
David Schilling
National Response Program Deputy Manager
Office of Intelligence, Security, and Emergency Response
United States Department of Transportation
July 2014
DOT Organization Chart
SECRETARY
DEPUTY SECRETARY
Offices of the
Secretary
Maritime Administration
Federal Transit
Administration
Federal Aviation
Administration
Federal Highway
Administration
Federal Motor Carrier
Administration
Federal Railroad
Administration
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Office of Intelligence,
Security and Emergency
Response
Multiple Others
National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration
Pipeline and Hazardous
Materials Safety
Administration
United States
Department of Transportation
St. Lawrence Seaway
Development Corporation
United States
Department of Transportation
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S-60 Organization Chart
Director//Deputy
Director
Business
Management and
Administrative
Staff
Intelligence
Division
Security Policy
Division
Preparedness
Division
Operations
Division
National Response
Program
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Protective Service
Division
United States
Crisis Department
Management
of Transportation
Center
United States
Department of Transportation
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National Response Framework
 Guide to how the Nation responds
to all types of disasters and
emergencies
 Scalable, flexible, and adaptable
concepts identified in the National
Incident Management System
(NIMS)
 Describes specific authorities and
best practices for managing allhazard incidents
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Emergency Support Functions (ESFs)
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ESF #1: Transportation
‒ Department of Transportation
ESF #2: Communications
‒ Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
ESF #3: Public Works and Engineering
‒ Department of Defense/U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers*
ESF #4: Firefighting
‒ Department of Agriculture/Forest Service
ESF #5: Emergency Management
‒ DHS/Federal Emergency Management Agency
(FEMA)*
ESF #6: Mass Care, Emergency Assistance
Housing, and Human Services
‒ DHS/FEMA, American Red Cross
ESF #7: Logistics Management and Resource
Support
‒ DHS/FEMA, General Services Administration*
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ESF #8: Public Health and Medical Services
‒ Department of Health and Human Services*
ESF #9: Search and Rescue
‒ DHS/FEMA*
ESF #10: Oil and Hazardous Materials Response
‒ Environmental Protection Agency*
ESF #11: Agriculture and Natural Resources
‒ U.S. Department of Agriculture
ESF #12: Energy
‒ Department of Energy*
ESF #13: Public Safety and Security
‒ Department of Justice
ESF #14: Superseded by NDRF
ESF #15: External Affairs
‒ DHS
*Indicates DOT as support agency
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Emergency Support Function 1
 Monitor and report status of and
damage to the transportation system
and infrastructure
 Identify temporary alternative
transportation solutions that can be
implemented by others
 Perform activities conducted under the
direct authority of DOT elements
 Coordinate the restoration and
recovery of the transportation system
and infrastructure
 Coordinate and support prevention,
preparedness, response, recovery, and
mitigation activities among
transportation stakeholders
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ESF-1: Regional Personnel
Regional Emergency
Transportation
Coordinator
(RETCO)
Regional Emergency
Transportation
Representative
(RETREP)
Regional Emergency
Transportation Cadre
(RET-C)
 Secretary’s
executive-level
regional
representative
 Coordinate Federal,
State, Local, and
Private Sector
disaster planning
 Support ESF-1
mission in variety of
locations
 Ensure effective
regional
transportation
emergency programs
 Develop a regional
ESF-1 response team
 Members of various
Operating
Administrations
 Conduct training and
exercises
 Collateral Duty
 Collateral Duty
 Lead ESF-1
operations in the
RRCC/JFO
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ESF-1: Regional Personnel
DOT HQ, Washington, DC
NRPM: Jeremy Greenberg
DRPM: David Schilling
Operational Planner
Region X, Seattle
RETCO: David Suomi
RETREP: David Ochs
Region VIII, Denver
RETCO: Rick Suarez
RETREP: Ron Williams
X
Region AK, Anchorage
RETCO: David Suomi
RETREP: Cindy Sacks
Region IX, Oakland, CA
RETCO: David Suomi
RETREP–N: Bob Brown
RETREP–S: Judy Babbitt
VIII
Northern
Marianna
Islands
II
V
Hawaii
I
Region II, New York
RETCO: Diane Crean
RETREP: Jim Robinson
III
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VI
Region I, Boston
RETCO: Mary Beth Mello
RETREP: Terry Sheehan
Region V, Chicago
RETCO: John Rohlf
RETREP: Jeff McSpaden
IV
Region III, Philadelphia
RETCO: Pearlis Johnson
RETREP: David Schilling
(Acting)
Puerto Rico
Region IV, Atlanta
RETCO: Pearlis Johnson
RETREP: Leah Russell
Puerto Rico
Guam
American
Samoa
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Region VI, Fort Worth
RETCO: Michael O’Harra
RETREP: Gary Barber
U.S.
U.S.
Virgin
Virgin
Islands
Islands
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ESF-1: Technical Assistance
 National Response Program Personnel
‒ Lead Federal ESF-1 operations at the National and
Regional Response Coordination Centers
‒ Coordinate USDOT field response
 Evacuation Liaison Team
‒ Provide technical assistance to State and local
jurisdictions regarding evacuations
 Air Navigation Services, including Airspace Management
 Emergency Relief Funding - FHWA and FTA
United States
 Joint Damage Assessment Teams
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ESF-1: Regulatory Relief
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Mode
Regulating
Agency
Relief Provision
Allows movement of
oversize/overweight
vehicles
Surface
FHWA
Relief Mechanism and Authority
Non-Divisible Load Permit Issued by State
Authorized by Governor or Designee
Divisible Load Permits Issued by State
Authorized only upon Presidential Declaration*
Oversize/Overweight
Permits
Suspends Toll Payments Toll Relief – State Regulated
Authorized by Government Entity or Facility
Non-Divisible Load
Divisible Load
• Compromise the intended
use of the vehicle
• Destroy the value of the
load or vehicle
• Require more than 8 work
hours to dismantle using
appropriate equipment
• Everything else
• Examples include water,
salt, propane
• Divisible load permits
require a Presidential
Declaration
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Mode
Regulating
Agency
Relief Provision
Allows movement of
oversize/overweight
vehicles
Surface
Surface
Hazardous
Material
PHMSA
Maritime
DHS and
MARAD
Rail
FRA
Suspends Toll
Payments
Toll Relief – State Regulated
Authorized by Government Entity or Facility
Waives Hours of
Service and other
FMCSA regulations
(but not CDL, Hazmat,
or Drug/Alcohol)
Automatic Waiver
Authorized by any “Authorized” Emergency
Declaration
Modifies conditions for
transport of hazardous
materials
Allows foreign flag
ships to move
commodities between
US
portsrailroads to
Allows
petition for relief from
applicable inspection
date requirements
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Non-Divisible Load Permit Issued by State
Authorized by Governor or Designee
Divisible Load Permits Issued by State
Authorized only upon Presidential Declaration*
FHWA
FMCSA
Relief Mechanism and Authority
Special Federal Permit
Authorized when request by public or private
entity and meets standards
Waiver of Restrictions
Authorized by Secretary of DHS
United States
Department of Transportation
Emergency Relief Docket
FRA Administrator
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ESF-1: Assets and Capabilities
 MARAD Ready Reserve Force
‒ Operation SafeStor: Storage of emergency response
vehicles
‒ Housing and feeding emergency responders
 FAA
‒ Washington Flight Program
‒ Mobile Air Navigation Services assets
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USDOT Emergency Website
• DOT has a website to assist public and private sector
transportation stakeholders during emergency situations
• The website has information related to transportation
permits, waivers, and other regulations and authorities that
are applicable during an emergency
www.dot.gov/emergency
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DOT Suite of Plans (Response)
• Concept of Operations
• ESF -1 Playbook
• Deliberate Plans
1 - Hurricane
2 - All Hazards (Notice)
3 - All Hazards (No-Notice)
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WebEOC
WebEOC is a web-enabled crisis information
management system and provides secure real-time
information sharing to help the Department make
sound decisions quickly
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Contact Information
Jeremy Greenberg
National Response Program Manager
Cell: (202) 591-6592
24hrs: (202) 366-1863
Email: [email protected]
David Schilling
National Response Program Deputy Manager
Cell: (202) 740-5434
Email: [email protected]
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