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1 Chatham County Disaster Recovery Plan Recovery Planning Update Mark Misczak, Brock Long, & Corey Reynolds Hagerty Consulting April 7, 2015

2 Welcome Introduction to Recovery Planning Recovery Planning Process Base Plan Overview Questions and Answers

3 Welcome Introduction to Recovery Planning Recovery Planning Process Base Plan Overview Questions and Answers

4 Welcome Introduction to Recovery Planning Recovery Planning Process Base Plan Overview Questions and Answers

5 Introduction to Recovery Planning Response Planning Recovery Planning Focuses on those actions taken immediately following a disaster to save lives, protect the public and property Focuses on developing structures and identifying priority actions to return a community to a post-disaster, or better, condition Short term time period (e.g. first 72 hours following an incident) Long term time period (e.g. months to years following an incident)

6 Introduction to Recovery Planning Why Plan for Recovery? Enhances the ability of the community to meet post-disaster needs Addresses the unique challenges of the community Builds community resilience Promotes sustainability and reduces vulnerability Promotes positive cascading effects

7 Introduction to Recovery Planning 15 Emergency Support Functions (ESFs) Functions align with resources and provide strategic objectives for response Coordinated under primary agencies that are identified on the basis of authorities and resources 6 Recovery Support Functions (RSFs) Functions align with key areas for long-term coordination Facilitates problem solving, improves access to resources and fosters coordination among traditional and nontraditional partners

8 Introduction to Recovery Planning Preparedness Short-Term Recovery Intermediate Recovery Long-Term Recovery Examples include: Recovery Planning Hazard Mitigation Planning Trainings and Workshops Examples include: Clearing Primary Transportation Routes of Debris Providing Sheltering to Displaced Households Examples include: Providing Accessible Housing Solutions Develop Immediate Infrastructure Restoration Plan Examples include: Redevelop Housing and Develop Permanent Housing Facilitate Funding to Business Rebuilding

9 Introduction to Recovery Planning Pre-disaster recovery planning enables governments to effectively direct recovery activities provides a common platform to guide recovery decisions and activities identifies recovery priorities and incorporates hazard mitigation Key principles of recovery planning include establishing clear leadership, coordination and decision-making developing pre-disaster partnerships identifying limitations in community recovery capacity and the means to supplement this capacity Key Outcome: Increased Community Resiliency

10 Introduction to Recovery Planning RSF 1: Community Planning & Capacity Building RSF 2: Economic Georgia Recovery Support Functions RSF 3: Health & Social Services RSF 4: Housing RSF 5: Infrastructure RSF 6: Natural & Cultural Resources RSF 7: Voluntary Agencies Active in Disaster

11 Recovery Support Functions RSF 1: Community Planning & Capacity Building Supports and builds recovery capacities Facilitates planning and steps to implement recovery activities Coordinates expertise and assistance programs from across government to aid community recovery Coordinates goal development and community engagement Incorporates hazard mitigation throughout the continuum of pre-disaster and post-disaster recovery planning SUSTAINABLE OPPORTUNITIES Promote Businesses that incorporate sustainable practices. Use a Marketing plan to highlight sustainable construction in Kiowa County. Promote eco-tourism opportunities where possible.

12 Recovery Support Functions RSF 2: Economic Integrates governments and the private sector to sustain and/or rebuild businesses and employment and develop economic opportunities Includes considerations for both small and large businesses following a disaster Incorporates plans developed prior to the disaster, where possible Explores new business and economic opportunities for the community Includes considerations for the workforce Some local governments estimate a loss of 50 percent or more to their tax base The University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) is the seventh-largest employer in the Houston-Galveston region and the largest employer in Galveston Since Hurricane Ike made landfall, the institution has been losing an estimated $40 million per month.

13 Recovery Support Functions RSF 3: Health & Social Services Restore public health, health care, hospitals and social services networks to promote the resilience, health and wellbeing of affected individuals and communities Considers pre-disaster and post-disaster human services infrastructure needs Considers the behavioral health needs of the whole community following a disaster, including response and recovery workers Reconnects displaced populations with essential health and social services

14 Recovery Support Functions RSF 4: Housing Address pre- and post-disaster housing issues, coordinates delivery of resources to rehabilitate and reconstruct destroyed and damaged housing Incorporates considerations for affordable housing Makes decisions regarding land use Identifies housing gaps and develops strategies to address those gaps Addresses considerations related to historic buildings Hurricane Irene Joplin Tornado Seven months after Hurricane Irene, 100 families in North Carolina still living in temporary housing units provided by FEMA, requiring FEMA to extend deadlines Contractor who failed to complete home repairs required by Federal courts to repay Joplin residents who paid to have their homes repaired

15 Recovery Support Functions RSF 5: Infrastructure Systems Integrates governments and other infrastructure owners and operators to achieve recovery Restore infrastructure systems to support a viable, sustainable community and improve resilience to and protection from future hazards Coordinates across jurisdictions to coordinate projects and adjudicate resources Increases resilience in both infrastructure recovery and future capital planning

16 Recovery Support Functions RSF 6: Natural & Cultural Resources Addresses long-term environmental and cultural resource recovery needs Coordinates departments and agencies to preserve, protect, conserve, rehabilitate, recover and restore natural and cultural resources Coordinates multi-state natural resources needs Identifies policy solutions for natural and cultural resource policy concerns and workarounds for process impediments

17 Recovery Support Functions RSF 7: Voluntary Agencies Active in Disaster Incorporates community resources, including voluntary agencies, community agencies and faith-based organizations Leverages resources over the long-term to meet community needs around housing, human services, the environment, job training and other post-disaster recovery needs Facilitates formalizing the VOAD structure to support post-disaster needs

18 Welcome and Introductions Introduction to Recovery Planning Recovery Planning Process Base Plan Overview Questions and Answers

19 Recovery Planning Process Form a Planning Team Communication and Training Situation and Threat Analysis Write the Plan Determine Goals and Objectives Plan Development

20 Recovery Planning Process Phase Step Status N/A Ongoing Project Management Ongoing Plan Review and Update Initiate Project Complete Plan Review and Update Comprehensive Document Review and Analysis Complete Plan Review and Update Determine Goals and Objectives Complete Plan Review and Update Develop Base Plan Under Review Recovery Action Plan Template Develop Recovery Action Plan Template Under Development Recovery Support Functions Develop Recovery Support Function Annexes Under Development Recovery Support Function Implementation and Coordination Plans Develop Recovery Support Function Implementation and Coordination Plans Under Development Finalize and Socialize the Plan Finalize and Socialize the Plan Under Development

21 Welcome Introduction to Recovery Planning Recovery Planning Process Base Plan Overview Questions and Answers

22 Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) Table of Contents I. Introduction II. III. IV. Purpose Scope Authorities V. Assumptions VI. Implementation VII. Concept of Operations VIII. Responsibilities IX. Plan Management and Maintenance

23 I. Introduction The DRP provides local governments, County agencies, and partners in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors with operational guidance necessary to effectively manage recovery activities in the aftermath of a disaster or emergency that results in long-term impacts to the community. II. Purpose Act as a guiding document during recovery from an incident. This document is designed to provide a framework for the delivery of coordinated recovery assistance when an incident occurs that has a long-term impact to Chatham County.

24 III. Scope The scope is customized to the needs Chatham County would face during disaster recovery including coordination with local governments, County agencies, and partners in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. IV. Authorities Federal, state, and county codes, acts, directives, frameworks, and orders.

25 V. Assumptions Intended to be used for disasters that require long-term recovery. Activated when incident requires more than traditional response. Damage from incident will be widespread and cause disruption of normal life. Prior to activation, local government emergency response plans will be activated. EOP, COOP, and COG Plans will be implemented by the County. Follow specific declaration policy outlined in the document. Aid and emergency procurements will be requested. Volunteer organizations will implement disaster relief programs. Competition to obtain resources will be significant. Follow local / county EOP guidelines for requesting resources. Local governments will request County resources only after local resources are exhausted.

26 VI. Implementation In order for the DRP to be activated, in most situations, there will be a Declaration of Local Emergency. VII. Concept of Operations Provides a flexible and scalable framework for organization and decision making before, during and after unknown and unpredictable threats that cause a long-term impact to infrastructure, housing, the economy, and the health, social, cultural, historic and environmental fabric of the community.

27 VII. Concept of Operations: Emergency Management Phases The Plan focuses primarily on two of the five phases of emergency management: preparedness and recovery. Mitigation Prevention Recovery Preparedness Response

28 VII. Concept of Operations: Recovery Timeline The transition from response to recovery is a gradual process, the pace and timing of which will depend on circumstances.

29 VII. Concept of Operations: Incorporation of NIMS Chatham County has adopted the National Incident Management System (NIMS) approach.

30 VII. Concept of Operations: Recovery Objectives The objectives are intended to provide guidance regarding prioritization of actions and investments undertaken to recover from disasters. Planning Operational Coordination Economic Recovery Objectives Health and Social Services Housing Infrastructure Natural and Cultural Resources Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters

31 VII. Concept of Operations: Disaster Recovery Goals Consists of pre-disaster goals for a full recovery readiness capability in Chatham County, and post-disaster goals to guide leadership, coordination, and implementation of recovery measures. Disaster Recovery Goals Pre-Disaster Goals: Be prepared and proactive Leverage existing relationships with private and nonprofit sectors Promote legitimacy and credibility Build on existing emergency plans along with asset identification and prioritization Ensure sufficient financial reserves Post-Disaster Goals: Provide effective command and coordination Maximize funding opportunities Communicate effectively Promote mitigation and foster resilient redevelopment and construction Maintain and enhance the local economic base Sustain social and human services, public safety, and health services Provide and/or ensure quality housing Sustain lifelines and restore infrastructure and public facilities

32 VII. Concept of Operations: Overall Disaster Recovery Priorities Overall Disaster Recovery Priorities 1. Address life safety concerns. 2. Provide for public safety and security. 3. Provide basic health and essential social and human service needs. 4. Protect property and maintain basic economic stability. 5. Respect basic liberties, legal protections, and privacy safeguards. 6. Maintain basic standards of fairness, and balance individual rights and community interests. 7. Support general well-being and address intangible social and personal impacts. 8. Protect and restore natural and cultural resources.

33 VII. Concept of Operations: Short and Long-Term Recovery Priorities Short-Term Recovery Priorities Facilitate life-safety operations, including search and rescue. Establish and maintain security in Chatham County. Establish temporary operations to provide health, welfare, and shelter operations for the impacted population. Expand social, health and medical systems. Initiate long-term planning for housing displaced populations. Activate, mobilize, and support Render Safe Teams. Initiate and support damage assessment operations. Initiate and support debris removal operations affecting the ability to restore primary and secondary transportation routes and staging areas. Engage in public information and community relations activities. Restore utility and transportation services. Restore essential public facilities, infrastructure, and services. Reestablish local government operations. Coordinate with federal disaster assistance programs. Long-Term Recovery Priorities Redevelop and revitalize the impacted area. Rebuild social, economic, and educational systems. Implement mitigation projects and strategies. Implement permanent housing strategies. Address recovery needs across sectors of the economy and community. Recover eligible of disaster response and recovery costs.

34 VII. Concept of Operations: Recovery Support Functions Objective: Facilitate the identification, coordination, and delivery of assistance needed to supplement recovery resources and efforts. RSF-01: Community Planning and Capacity Building RSF-02: Economic RSF-03: Health and Social Services RSF-04: Housing RSF-05: Infrastructure Systems RSF-06: Natural and Cultural Resources RSF-07: Voluntary Agencies Active in Disaster

35 VII. Concept of Operations: Designated Recovery Positions Local Disaster Recovery Manager Recovery Committee Recovery Agency State Disaster Recovery Coordinator Federal Disaster Recovery Coordinator and Coordinating Officer

36 VII. Concept of Operations: Activation / Demobilization The CEMA Director, under director of the Command Policy Group, will activate the DRP as appropriate. The Local Disaster Recovery Manager and Recovery Committee determines when to discontinue recovery operations and return to normal operations.

37 VII. Concept of Operations: Recovery Sites and Facilities Emergency Operations Center Recovery Coordination Center Disaster Recovery Center Insurance Assistance Center Business Recovery Center Joint Field Office

38 VIII. Responsibilities Pre-disaster and post-disaster responsibilities for: Individuals and Families Private Sector Nonprofit Sector Local Government State Government Federal Government

39 IX. Plan Management and Maintenance Chatham Emergency Management Agency is the executive agent for The Plan management and maintenance. The Plan and supporting documents will be updated periodically as required to incorporate new directives and changes based on lessons learned from exercises and actual events.

40 Welcome Introduction to Recovery Planning Recovery Planning Process Base Plan Overview Questions and Answers

41 Corey Reynolds Project Manager Key Contacts Brock Long Executive Vice President Mark Misczak Director of Recovery

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