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1 AUGUSTA - RICHMOND COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY LOCAL EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN Updated on 07/28/2004

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3 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE PREFACE LOCAL RESOLUTION DISTRIBUTION LIST EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION RESPONSIBILITIES i ii iii iv BASIC PLAN 1 EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTIONS 1 Transportation ESF Communications and Warning ESF Critical Infrastructure ESF Fire Services ESF Law Enforcement Services ESF Emergency Management Services ESF Volunteer Services ESF Health and Medical Services ESF Animals and Animal Industry Services ESF 9-1 APPENDICES A Hazard Profile A - 1 B Local Map (Optional) B - 1 C Chart of Primary and Support Agencies C - 1 D Local Agency Contact Information D - 1 E Local Government Official Contact Information E - 1 F Other Agency Contact Information F - 1

4 G Emergency Shelter Information G - 1 H Hazardous Materials Facilities H - 1 I Public Information Procedures I - 1 J Media Contact Information J - 1 K Communications and Warnings K - 1 L Glossary L - 1 M References M - 1 ANNEXES

5 PREFACE This comprehensive local emergency operations plan is developed to ensure prior mitigation and preparedness, appropriate response, and timely recovery from natural or man-made hazards affecting this jurisdiction. The plan is organized based on the jurisdictional authority of the local government for emergency management and contains specific emergency support functions that must be provided during emergencies. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are the responsibility of the lead community agency or organization for each emergency support function in coordination with other assisting agencies and organizations. The plan consists of three sections: 1. Basic Plan - outlines the legal basis, situations and assumptions, responsibilities, concepts of operations, direction and coordination of local emergency operations; 2. Emergency Support Functions - states specific services and assistance to be provided, describes the lead agency's responsibility and/or authority, includes assisting agencies and organizations responsibilities, and indicates the direction and coordination of each function; 3. Appendices Hazard Profile - describes natural or man-made situations most likely to affect this emergency management jurisdiction; and Other Appendices - identify components that are specific to this emergency management jurisdiction (e.g., contacts and resource capabilities). 4. Annexes

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7 RICHMOND COUNTY RESOLUTION FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (Revised July 2000) SECTION I - DEFINITION "Emergency Management means the preparation for the carrying out of all emergency functions other than functions for which military forces are primarily responsible to prevent, minimize, and repair injury and damage resulting from emergencies, energy emergencies, disasters, or the imminent threat thereof, of manmade or natural origin.... These functions include, without limitation, fire-fighting services; police services [public safety]; medical and health services; rescue; engineering; warning services; communications; defense from radiological, chemical, and other special weapons; evacuation of persons from stricken areas; emergency welfare services; emergency transportation; [nuclear power] plant protection; temporary restoration of public service utility services; and other functions related to civilian protection, together with all other activities necessary or incidental to the preparation for and carrying out of the foregoing functions." (Georgia Emergency Management Act of 1981, As Amended December 1992, Chapter 3, Article 1, ) SECTION II - LOCAL ORGANIZATION FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT "In cases where a county has an organization for emergency management, such organization shall include participation by each city within the county unless the governing authority of any particular city elects to implement its own organization for emergency management. Any two or more of the above-mentioned political subdivisions may, with the approval of the director, contract with each other so as to form one emergency management organization for the entire area included in the bounds of the contracting political subdivisions. The executive officer or governing body of the political subdivision is authorized to nominate a local director to the director of emergency management who shall have the authority to make the appointment." Upon appointment, the local emergency management agency director shall have direct responsibility for the organization, administration, and operations of the local organization for emergency management, subject to the direction and control of the executive officer or governing body and shall serve at the pleasure of such executive officer or governing body. The local director shall: * maintain an emergency management office in a building owned or leased by the political subdivision and the director or designee shall be available or on call at all times beyond working hours * develop, in conjunction with public and private agencies/organizations that have responsibility for designated emergency support functions, plans for responding to and recovering from disasters [and/or emergencies] * respond to emergency scenes, command posts, and operation centers * coordinate emergency response of public and private agencies and organizations

8 * attend training and meetings convened by the appointing authority or the (state emergency management) director * develop or cause to be developed, in collaboration with other public and private agencies within the state, mutual aid arrangements, consistent with state plans and programs, for reciprocal emergency management aid and assistance in case of emergency or disaster too great to be dealt with unassisted * enter into mutual aid agreements, subject to approval of the Governor, with emergency management agencies or organizations in other states for reciprocal emergency management aid and assistance in case of emergency or disaster too great to be dealt with unassisted (Chapter 3, Article 3, and ) SECTION III - LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT POWERS Each political subdivision shall have the emergency management power and authority to: appropriate and expend funds; execute contracts; obtain and distribute equipment, materials, and supplies; provide for the health and safety of persons and property, including emergency assistance to victims; direct and coordinate development of local emergency management plans and programs in accordance with federal and state policies and plans; appoint, employ, remove or provide, with or without compensation, chiefs of services, warning personnel, rescue teams, auxiliary fire and police personnel, and other emergency management workers; establish a primary and one or more secondary control centers to serve as command posts; and acquire, temporarily or permanently, by purchase, lease or otherwise [identify] sites required for installation of temporary housing units and prepare or equip such sites. (Chapter 3, Article 2, ) SECTION IV - LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE A county or municipality shall be entitled to receive [federal disaster] funds if the local emergency management organization has met all state and federal requirements to receive such funds. Qualifications include: legal establishment of an emergency management organization by local ordinance or resolution; a legally appointed local director who has been endorsed and appointed by the Georgia Emergency Management Director; an approved emergency and disaster plan with all applicable annexes [Emergency Support Functions]; and an approved fiscal year program and other necessary compliance documents. (Chapter 3, Article 2, ) SECTION V - IMMUNITY OF STATE AND POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS "Neither the state nor any political subdivision of the state, nor the agents or representatives of the state or any political subdivision thereof, shall be liable for personal injury or property damage sustained by any person appointed or acting as a volunteer emergency management worker or member of any agency engaged in emergency management activity." Immunity does not apply in cases of willful misconduct, gross negligence or bad faith. (Chapter 3, Article 2, ) SECTION VI - LOCAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY PLAN

9 The County Emergency Management Agency has developed, in partnership with local government and community agencies/organizations which have primary responsibility for emergency support functions, an approved emergency management plan. A copy of this plan and/or major revisions are being submitted to the Georgia Emergency Management Agency by the local Emergency Management Agency Director, in coordination with the undersigned local government officials or legally appointed successors. It is understood that the Georgia Emergency Management Agency will review this plan for compliance with all federal and state requirements. As authorized local government officials, we understand and agree to the requirements of the Georgia Emergency Management Act of 1981, as amended, as stated in this resolution. signature date signature date title title signature date signature date title title signature date signature date title title signature date signature date title title signature date signature date title title All applicable elected local government officials to include the Chairperson of the County Commission, Mayor(s) of Municipalities, and/or Chief Executive Officer for the jurisdiction(s) should sign this resolution

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11 DISTRIBUTION LIST Agency Number of Copies Aiken Medical Regional Center 1 Amateur Radio Services 1 American Red Cross 2 Animal Services 1 - Richmond County Board of Education 1 - Richmond County E Richmond County EMA 10 - Richmond County Public Works / Richmond County Risk Management /Richmond License / Inspections Canal Authority 1 Finance Department 1 Fire Department 5 Human Resources Department 1 Information Technology 1 Public Works 1 Regional Airport 2 Regional Airport Fire Department 1 State University 1 Techinical College 2 Transportation 1

12 Utilities 2 /Richmond County Planning and Zoning /Richmond Recreation Department 2 2 Bell South 1 Blythe Police Department 1 Chamber of Commerce 1 of 3 Comcast 1 Conventions And Visitors 1 County Extension Services 1 DEFACS 1 Doctor's Hospital 1 Eisenhower Army Medical Center 1 Fleet Management 1 Fort Gordon Fire Department 1 GEMA 2 Georgia Baptist Clean-up and Recovery Team 0 Georgia EPD () 1 Georgia Forestry 1 Georgia Power 1 Georgia Regional Medical Center 1 Georgia State Patrol 1 Golden Harvest Food Bank 1 Gracewood State Hospital 1

13 Hephzibah Fire Department 2 Hephzibah Police Department 1 Jefferson Electric 1 K-9 South 1 MCG 2 National Weather 1 Pain College 1 Purchasing Department of 1 Radiological Assit Program DOE 1 RCCI 1 Richmond Coroner 1 Richmond County Board of Commissioners 10 Richmond County BOE Security 1 Richmond County Health Department 3 Richmond County Marshalls Office 1 Richmond County Sheriff's Department 3 Rural Metro 1 Salvation Army 1 St. Joseph Hospital 1 United Way of the CSRA 1 University Hospital 2 VA Medical Center 2 Water Utilities 2

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15 BASIC PLAN I. INTRODUCTION This plan establishes a framework for emergency management planning and response to: prevent emergency situations; reduce vulnerability during disasters; establish capabilities to protect residents from effects of crisis; respond effectively and efficiently to actual emergencies; and provide for rapid recovery from any emergency or disaster affecting the local jurisdiction. II. PURPOSE To prevent or minimize injury to people and damage to property resulting from emergencies or disasters of natural or man-made origin. III. SITUATIONS AND ASSUMPTIONS A. Situations - this jurisdiction has identified hazards having the potential to disrupt day-to-day activities and/or cause extensive property damage, personal injury, and/or casualties. (Priority for emergency management planning is based on the Hazard Profile contained in Appendix A.) B. Assumptions - local government assumes responsibility for emergency management operations and commits all available resources to save lives, minimize personal injury and property damage. Assistance from other jurisdictions, the state and/or federal government may be available, under certain circumstances, when emergency or disaster response and recovery operations exceed local government capabilities and a local state of emergency has been declared. IV. CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS A. Phases of Emergency Management 1. Mitigation - Mitigation activities may prevent the occurrence of an emergency, reduce the community's vulnerability, and/or minimize the adverse impact of disasters or emergencies. A preventable measure, for instance, is to enforce the local building codes to minimize such situations. 2. Preparedness - Preparedness activities exist prior to an emergency to support and enhance disaster response. Planning, training, exercises, community awareness, and education are among such activities.

16 3. Response - Response activities address the immediate and short-term effects of an emergency or disaster. This helps to reduce casualties and damages and speed recovery. Response activities include direction and coordination, warning, evacuation, and other similar operations. 4. Recovery - Recovery activities involve restoring the community to a normal state. Short-term recovery includes damage assessment and the return of vital functions to minimize operating standards, such as utilities and emergency services. Long-term recovery activities may continue for years, when rebuilding and relocating due to damaged property. B. Local Government Responsibilities 1. Local government is responsible for all emergency management activities in order to protect life and property from the effects of emergency situations. When operating under such conditions, the Emergency Management Agency (EMA) will utilize all available resources within the jurisdiction, including voluntary and private assets, before requesting other assistance. After the emergency exceeds the local government's capacity to respond, assistance will be requested from other jurisdictions and the Georgia Emergency Agency (GEMA). Upon a presidential declaration, assistance as requested by the state, will be provided through federal Emergency Support Functions (ESFs) and/or other resources. 2. Consistent with the state's commitment to comprehensive emergency management, this plan addresses major emergency situations which may develop in the jurisdiction other than those for which the military is primarily responsible. It outlines activities that may address mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. The plan emphasizes the capacity of the EMA to respond and accomplish short-term recovery. 3. The EMA director, in coordination with local government, will implement interagency coordination for emergency operations. 4. The public information designee, in coordination with local government, the EMA director, and other primary/support agencies will release all emergency information.

17 5. If an agency requests functional support from another agency or organization, assigned personnel and resources will be coordinated by the agency with responsibility for the ESF. 6. Local government officials and the EMA director, in conjunction with the agency that has functional support responsibilities, will develop Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) for effective emergency response. 7. All agencies will inform the EMA director of assigned personnel to work in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC). C. Continuity of Government 1. Succession of Authority is the line of succession for the local government. 2. Preservation of Records addresses the protection of essential records (e.g., vital statistics, deeds, corporation papers, operational plans, resource data, personnel and payroll records, inventory lists, laws, charters, and financial documents) by the appropriate agency following an emergency or disaster. D. Direction and Coordination 1. The person responsible for emergency management within a county will be the Chairperson of the County Commission. For a municipality, the Mayor will have this responsibility. Within a consolidated government, the Chief Executive Officer will be the responsible party. The designated official provides direction and coordination to the EMA director. During the activation of this Local Emergency Operations Plan each municipality will retain its autonomy. 2. The Emergency Operations Center (EOC) may be staffed by representatives from agencies and organizations with emergency support functions. The EMA director provides direction and coordination for the EOC. Either full or partial activation may be required based on the severity of the emergency situation. However, if the situation warrants, the EMA director may request that the agency or organization with ESF responsibility report to the site of the emergency. If emergency operations are required within the primary

18 EOC, or alternate EOC, or forward command post the EOC/Incident Command System will be utilized. 3. The combined communications system of the EMA, 911 Centers, Sheriff's Office, police or fire department(s) and/or emergency communications center will be utilized to ensure contact with appropriate agencies and organizations. 4. Upon Declaration of a State of Emergency by the Governor, state resources may be obtained through GEMA. 5. Federal assistance may be requested by the Governor if a disaster occurs and the situation exceeds the capability of the state to respond. Upon a Presidential Declaration, federal disaster assistance is available. V. ORGANIZATION AND ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES A. Support Functions Most agencies and organizations within local government and the community have emergency functions to perform, in addition to their other duties. Each agency and/or organization with ESF responsibilities, in conjunction with support agencies and organizations, will develop and maintain Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). These procedures provide for direction and coordination of ESF responsibilities. B. Emergency Operations Organizational responsibilities are included in each ESF. In the event that a MOU becomes necessary, coordination will be handled through the Chairperson of the county commission, Mayor of the municipality, Chief Executive Officer of the consolidated government, EMA director, and/or the agency or organization's designee with ESF responsibilities. C. Responsibilities 1. The EMA director, under the direction of the local government, is responsible for the following: * Assist and advise all agencies and/or organizations in development and coordination of ESFs to ensure necessary planning;

19 * Brief and train EOC personnel and volunteers as well as conduct periodic exercises to evaluate support function responsibilities; * Manage the EOC and/or alternate facilities for operational readiness; * Coordinate with other emergency management agencies, GEMA, and other emergency response organizations; * Maintain a list of all agency contacts including telephone, fax, and pager numbers; * Obtain copies of SOPs for all ESFs; * Update, maintain, and distribute the plan and all major revisions to agencies and organizations contained on the distribution list; * Advise local government officials and agencies with ESF responsibilities on the nature, magnitude, and effects of an emergency; and * Coordinate with public information officials to provide emergency information to the public. 2. Agencies and organizations with primary ESF responsibilities will (there may be only one primary named for each ESF): * Develop and maintain the ESF and SOP, in conjunction with the EMA director and other supporting agencies; * Designate agency and organization personnel with emergency authority to work on planning, mitigation, preparedness, and response issues to commit resources (Staff assignments should include personnel who are trained to work in the EOC); * Maintain an internal emergency management personnel list with telephone, fax, and pager numbers; * Provide for procurement and management of resources for emergency operations and maintain a list of such resources;

20 * Participate in training and exercises to evaluate and enhance ESF capabilities; * Negotiate and prepare MOUs that impact the specific ESF, in conjunction with the EMA director; and * Establish procedures for keeping records, including personnel, travel, operations, and maintenance expenditures and receipts. VI. ADMINISTRATION AND LOGISTICS A. Services and Resources An emergency or disaster may place great demands on services and resources. Priority will be based on essential needs, such as food, water, and medical assistance. Other services and resources will be acquired after establishing the need. B. Commitment of Services and Resources 1. Local government will commit services and resources in order to save lives and protect property. Response agencies will first utilize services and resources available through their agency or organization. Additional needs may be met from other local governments, agencies and/or organizations through mutual-aid or MOUs. After these sources have been exhausted, additional resources will be requested from GEMA. (A service and resource directory will be developed, maintained, and updated by the EMA director. This list will be available in the EOC.) 2. Detailed records of expenditures are required by all agencies and organizations responding to a disaster for possible reimbursement, such as through an authorized federal declaration. VII. PLANNING AND OPERATIONS A. Local Involvement The EMA director will coordinate the efforts of agencies and organizations responsible for plan development of ESFs and major revisions. The plan will be reviewed annually and major revisions completed, as necessary. An updated plan shall be submitted to GEMA every four years.

21 B. State and Local Involvement It is necessary for emergency management planning and operations to be coordinated as well as services and resource being shared across jurisdictional boundaries. Consequently, the state may be able to assist in the local planning process (e.g., radiological, hurricane planning). The type and level of assistance will be coordinated by the EMA director. Agencies and organizations with ESF responsibilities will be involved in such planning. This assistance should be interpreted as supporting agencies with ESF responsibilities and enhancing emergency capabilities.

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23 EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION 1 TRANSPORTATION SERVICES Primary Agencies Transportation Support Agencies - Richmond County Board of Education - Richmond County Public Works Utilities /Richmond Recreation Department Fleet Management I. INTRODUCTION The emergency support function of transportation services involves direction and coordination, operations, and follow-through during an emergency or disaster. A. Purpose The purpose of the emergency support function is to provide guidance and direction for the coordination of transportation services and operations, before, during, and after an emergency or disaster. B. Scope The scope of transportation services includes the mass transportation of citizens during an emergency/evacuation and the transportation of emergency personnel, equipment and supplies as dictated by emergency operations. II. CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS A. Purpose Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) will be developed and maintained by the agency or organization that has primary responsibility for this ESF, in cooperation with the EMA. This function will be coordinated with and involve other support agencies and organizations. The emergency transportation function is the primary responsibility of Transportation and support for this function is the responsibility of - Richmond County Board of Richmond ESF 1-1

24 Education, - Richmond County Public Works, Utilities,/Richmond Recreation Department, and Fleet Management. B. Response Actions 1. Mitigation/Preparedness a. Plan and coordinate with support agencies and organizations; b. Maintain a current inventory of transportation resources; c. Establish policies, procedures, plans, and programs to effectively address transportation needs; d. Recruit, designate, and maintain a list of emergency personnel; and e. Participate in drills and exercises to evaluate transportation capabilities 2. Response/Recovery a. Staff the EOC when notified by the EMA director; b. Establish and maintain a working relationship with support agencies, transportation industries, and private transportation providers; c. Provide transportation resources, equipment, and vehicles, upon request; d. Channel transportation information for public release, through the EOC and continue providing information and support upon re-entry; and e. Maintain records of expenditures and document resources utilized during recovery. III. REFERENCES Georgia Emergency Management Act of 1981, as amended. Richmond ESF 1-2

25 Georgia Emergency Operations Plan, revised June Local Resolution for Emergency Management The Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, Public Law , as amended. ( IV. TERMS AND DEFINITIONS None. V. ACRONYMS ACRONYM EMA EOC ESF GEMA SOP DESCRIPTION Emergency Management Agency Emergency Operations Center Emergency Support Function Georgia Emergency Management Agency Standard Operating Procedure VI. AGENCY INFORMATION Richmond ESF 1-3

26 - Richmond County Board of Education th Street Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 1-4

27 Transportation 15th Street Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 1-5

28 Utilities 360 Bay Street Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 1-6

29 /Richmond Recreation Department 2027 Lumpkin Road Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 1-7

30 Fleet Management Broad St. Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 1-8

31 EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION 2 COMMUNICATIONS AND WARNING Primary Agencies - Richmond County EMA Support Agencies Amateur Radio Services - Richmond County E911 Fire Department Information Technology Comcast National Weather Richmond County Marshalls Office Richmond County Sheriff's Department I. INTRODUCTION The emergency support function of communications and warning involves direction and coordination, operations and follow-through during an emergency or disaster. A. Purpose The purpose of the emergency support function is to provide guidance and direction for the coordination of communications and warning services and operations, before, during, and after an emergency or disaster. B. Scope The scope of communications and warning is to provide a reliable communications network to the affected community during an emergency or disaster. By coordinating with other support agencies and organizations, this ESF will coordinate emergency warnings and communications equipment and services using municipal, county, state, and commercial resources. II. CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS A. Strategy Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) will be developed and maintained by the agency or organization that has primary responsibility for this ESF, in cooperation with the EMA. This function will be coordinated with and involve other support agencies Richmond ESF 2-1

32 and organizations. The emergency communications and warning function is the primary responsibility of - Richmond County EMA and support for this function is the responsibility of Amateur Radio Services, - Richmond County E911, Fire Department, Information Technology,Comcast,National Weather,Richmond County Marshalls Office, and Richmond County Sheriff's Department. B. Response Actions 1. Mitigation/Preparedness a. Establish methods of communications and warning for probable situations including type of emergency, projected time, area to be affected, anticipate severity, forthcoming warnings, and actions necessary. b. Ensure that primary and alternate communications systems are operational; c. Recruit, train, and designate communications and warning operators for the EOC; d. Establish warning systems for critical facilities; e. Provide communications systems for the affected emergency or disaster area; f. Develop maintenance and protection arrangements for disabled communications equipment; and g. Participate in drills and exercises to evaluate local communications and warning response capabilities. 2. Response/Recovery a. Verify information with proper officials; b. Establish communication capability, between and among EOC, agencies and organizations with ESF responsibilities, other jurisdictions, and SOC; Richmond ESF 2-2

33 c. Coordinate communications with response operations, shelters, lodging, and food facilities; d. Provide a system for designated officials to communicate with the public including people with special needs, such as hearing impairments and non-english speaking; e. Warn critical facilities; f. Continue coordinated communications to achieve rapid recovery and contact with the SOC; and g. Maintain records of expenditures and document resources utilized during recovery. III. REFERENCES Georgia Emergency Management Act of 1981, as amended. Georgia Emergency Operations Plan, revised June Local Resolution for Emergency Management The Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, Public Law , as amended. ( IV. TERMS AND DEFINITIONS None. V. ACRONYMS ACRONYM EMA EOC ESF GEMA SOC SOP DESCRIPTION Emergency Management Agency Emergency Operations Center Emergency Support Function Georgia Emergency Management Agency State Operations Center Standard Operating Procedure VI. AGENCY INFORMATION Richmond ESF 2-3

34 Amateur Radio Services 911 Fouth St. Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 2-4

35 - Richmond County E Fourth Street Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 2-5

36 - Richmond County EMA 911 Fourth Street Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 2-6

37 Fire Department Laney walker Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 2-7

38 Information Technology 530 Green Street Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 2-8

39 Comcast Daniel Village Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 2-9

40 National Weather 2909 Aviation Way Columbia, SC Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 2-10

41 Richmond County Marshalls Office 530 Green St. Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 2-11

42 Richmond County Sheriff's Department 401 Walton Way Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 2-12

43 EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION 3 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE Primary Agencies 1. Public Works and Engineering Services - Richmond County Public Works 2. Energy Services Utilities Support Agencies 1. Public Works and Engineering Services /Richmond License / Inspections Utilities /Richmond Recreation Department /Richmond County Planning and Zoning - Richmond County EMA Canal Authority 2. Energy Services - Richmond County Public Works Georgia Power Jefferson Electric Bell South I. INTRODUCTION The emergency support function of critical infrastructure involves direction and coordination, operations and follow-through during an emergency or disaster. A. Purpose The purpose of the emergency support function is to provide guidance and direction for the coordination of critical infrastructure services and operations, before, during, and after an emergency or disaster. B. Scope The scope of critical infrastructure includes public works and engineering, energy services. Public works and engineering services include technical assistance, inspection, evaluation, repair, and maintenance of utility services, debris removal, restoration and repair of roads, and bridges through coordination with appropriate agencies and/or private sector. Energy services involve the provision of emergency power supply and transportation of fuel. Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

44 II. CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS A. Public Works and Engineering Services 1. Strategy Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) will be developed and maintained by the agency or organization that has primary responsibility for this ESF, in cooperation with the EMA. This function will be coordinated with and involve other support agencies and organizations. Public works and engineering services is the primary responsibility of - Richmond County Public Works and support for this function is the responsibility of /Richmond License / Inspections, Utilities,/Richmond Recreation Department,/Richmond County Planning and Zoning, - Richmond County EMA, and Canal Authority. 2. Response Actions a. Mitigation/Preparedness i. Recruit, train, and designate public works and engineering personnel to serve in the EOC; ii. Develop and maintain an inventory of equipment, supplies, and suppliers required to sustain emergency operations; iii. Prioritize service restoration for emergencies; iv. Establish liaison with support agencies, organizations, and the private sector to ensure responsiveness; and v. Participate in drills and exercises to evaluate public works and engineering response capability. b. Response/Recovery i. Alert emergency personnel of the situation and obtain necessary resources; Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

45 ii. Establish response operations and support personnel working in the EOC; iii. Maintain coordination and support among applicable agencies and organizations and the private sector; iv. Channel all pertinent emergency information through the EOC; v. Assist in evaluating losses, recommending measures for conservation of resources, and responding to needs on a priority basis; vi. Conduct restoration and maintenance operations until completion of repair services; and vii. Maintain records of expenditures and document resources utilized during recovery. B. Energy Services 1. Strategy Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) will be developed and maintained by the agency or organization that has primary responsibility for this ESF, in cooperation with the EMA. This function will be coordinated with and involve other support agencies and organizations. Energy services is the primary responsibility of Utilities and support for this function is the responsibility of - Richmond County Public Works,Georgia Power,Jefferson Electric, and Bell South. 2. Response Actions a. Mitigation/Preparedness i. Establish liaison support to ensure responsiveness, in conjunction with EMA and the private sector; ii. Identify additional resources and assistance teams; Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

46 iii. Develop emergency response support plans; iv. Prepare damage assessment, repair and restoration procedures, and reporting mechanisms; v. Recommend actions to conserve energy and conservation guidance; and vi. Participate in drills and exercises to evaluate energy response capabilities. b. Response/Recovery i. Determine critical energy supply needs of priority populations (e.g., infants, elderly, and other people with special needs); ii. Gather, assess, and share information on energy system damage, as well as estimate repair and restoration time; iii. Activate assistance teams and obtain necessary resources to assist in recovery; iv. Serve as the focal point for the EMA and EOC in order to protect the health and safety of affected persons; v. Work with the EMA to provide public service announcements on energy conservation, mitigation impacts, and restoration forecasts; vi. Coordinate with other affected areas to maximize resources and information exchange; vii. Conduct repair and maintenance operations until restoration of all services; and viii.maintain records, expenditures, and document resources utilized during recovery. III. REFERENCES Georgia Emergency Management Act of 1981, as amended. Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

47 Georgia Emergency Operations Plan, revised June Local Resolution for Emergency Management The Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, Public Law , as amended. ( IV. TERMS AND DEFINITIONS None. V. ACRONYMS ACRONYM EMA EOC ESF GEMA MOU SOP DESCRIPTION Emergency Management Agency Emergency Operations Center Emergency Support Function Georgia Emergency Management Agency Memorandum of Understanding Standard Operating Procedure VI. AGENCY INFORMATION Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

48 - Richmond County EMA 911 Fourth Street Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

49 /Richmond License / Inspections Marvin Griffin Rd. Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

50 Canal Authority 1450 Green St. Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

51 Utilities 360 Bay Street Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

52 /Richmond County Planning and Zoning 525 Telfair St. Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

53 /Richmond Recreation Department 2027 Lumpkin Road Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

54 Bell South Walker Street Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

55 Georgia Power North Leg Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

56 Jefferson Electric Hwy 88 Hephzibah Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF /28/ :13 PM

57 EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION 4 FIRE SERVICES AND LIFE SAFETY Primary Agencies 1. Fire Fighting Services Fire Department 2. Search and Rescue Services Fire Department 3. Hazardous Materials Services Fire Department Support Agencies 1. Fire Fighting Services - Richmond County EMA Regional Airport Fire Department Georgia Forestry Hephzibah Fire Department Richmond County Sheriff's Department Rural Metro 2. Search and Rescue Services - Richmond County EMA Georgia Forestry Richmond County Sheriff's Department Rural Metro 3. Hazardous Materials Services - Richmond County E911 CHEMTREC National Weather Radiological Assit Program DOE Richmond County Health Department Richmond County Sheriff's Department I. INTRODUCTION The emergency support function of fire services involves direction and coordination, operations and follow-through during an emergency or disaster. A. Purpose The purpose of the emergency support function is to provide guidance and direction for the coordination of fire services and operations, before, during, and after an emergency or disaster. B. Scope Richmond ESF 4-1

58 The scope of fire services includes fire fighting, search and rescue, and hazardous materials. Fire fighting includes personnel, equipment, and supplies to detect and suppress rural and urban fires. Search and rescue includes location of individuals reported missing or in jeopardy, extrication of persons trapped, provision of medical assistance, and retrieval or return of persons and property. Finally, this ESF includes hazardous materials assistance at fixed facilities and during transport including assessment, protection, response, containment, warning, evacuation, and monitoring and/or supervising cleanup. II. CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS A. Fire Fighting Services 1. Strategy Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) will be developed and maintained by the agency or organization that has primary responsibility for this ESF, in cooperation with the EMA. This function will be coordinated with and involve other support agencies and organizations. Fire fighting services is the primary responsibility of Fire Department and support for this function is the responsibility of - Richmond County EMA, Regional Airport Fire Department,Georgia Forestry,Hephzibah Fire Department,Richmond County Sheriff's Department, and Rural Metro. 2. Response Actions a. Mitigation/Preparedness i. Keep abreast of fire and weather forecasting information and maintain a state of readiness; ii. Implement efficient and effective MOUs among local fire agencies; iii. Establish reliable communications and incident command systems between support agencies, for an emergency site and EOC; iv. Recruit, train, and designate fire service personnel to serve in the EOC; and Richmond ESF 4-2

59 v. Participate in drills and exercises to evaluate fire service response capability. b. Response/Recovery i. Maintain a list of current fire service agencies and resource capabilities; ii. Coordinate fire services support among and between the EOC, functional support agencies, organizations, and SOC; B. Search and Rescue Services 1. Strategy iii. Obtain, maintain, and provide fire situation and damage assessment information; iv. Channel fire service information for public release through EOC; v. Conduct fire fighting operations; vi. Provide technical assistance and advice in the event of fires that involve hazardous materials; vii. Continue fire service operations through reentry; and viii.maintain records of expenditures and document resources utilized during recovery. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) will be developed and maintained by the agency or organization that has primary responsibility for this ESF, in cooperation with the EMA. This function will be coordinated with and involve other support agencies and organizations. The search and rescue function is the primary responsibility of Fire Department and support for this function is the responsibility of - Richmond County EMA,Georgia Forestry,Richmond County Sheriff's Department, and Rural Metro. Richmond ESF 4-3

60 2. Response Actions a. Mitigation/Preparedness i. Establish and maintain uniform search and rescue procedures; ii. Recruit, train, and certify search and rescue personnel; iii. Develop an inventory of resources, equipment, and personnel; iv. Enter MOUs for additional assistance and/or logistical support; v. Conduct and/or support community education programs on survival; vi. Establish a record keeping system; and vii. Participate in drills and exercises to evaluate search and rescue response capability. b. Response/Recovery i. Respond to requests by the EMA; ii. Monitor response efforts; C. Hazardous Materials Services 1. Strategy iii. Channel emergency search and rescue information to the EMA-EOC; iv. Support request from other community agencies and/or jurisdictions; and v. Maintain records, expenditures, and document resources utilized during recovery. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) will be developed and maintained by the agency or organization that has primary responsibility for this ESF, in cooperation with the Richmond ESF 4-4

61 EMA. This function will be coordinated with and involve other support agencies and organizations. The hazardous materials services function is the primary responsibility of Fire Department and support for this function is the responsibility of - Richmond County E911,CHEMTREC,National Weather,Radiological Assit Program DOE,Richmond County Health Department, and Richmond County Sheriff's Department. 2. Response Actions a. Mitigation/Preparedness i. Prepare a facility profile and inventory of potential hazardous materials (refer to Appendix H); ii. Identify potential contacts and resources in order to conduct a community vulnerability analysis to determine potential hazardous materials threats and on-site inspections; iii. Plan for response to hazardous materials incidents and coordinate with the EMA and other first responders; iv. Develop procedures for identification, communications, warning, public information, evacuation, control, and clean-up of hazardous materials; v. Obtain training for response personnel available through GEMA, Georgia Fire Academy, manufacturers and shippers of hazardous materials, and/or other sources; and vi. Participate in drills and exercises to evaluate hazardous materials response capabilities. b. Response/Recovery i. Verify incident information and notify the EMA and other applicable agencies; ii. Establish a command post at a safe distance near the scene or staff the EOC, if the situation Richmond ESF 4-5

62 becomes excessive; iii. Provide further information on the situation to the EMA and convey warnings for dissemination to the public; iv. Request assistance for emergency health and medical, as well as mass care, if the situation warrants; v. Ensure availability of expertise and equipment to manage the incident; vi. Utilize proper procedures for containment and clean-up to prevent additional dangers; vii. Support response teams, owner, shipper, state, and/or federal environmental personnel during cleanup; viii.establish area security and prohibit all unauthorized personnel from entering the containment area; ix. Terminate cleanup operations after dangerous situation subsides; and x. Maintain records, expenditures, and document resources utilized during recovery. III. REFERENCES Georgia Emergency Management Act of 1981, as amended. Georgia Emergency Operations Plan, revised June Local Resolution for Emergency Management The Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, Public Law , as amended. ( IV. TERMS AND DEFINITIONS None. Richmond ESF 4-6

63 V. ACRONYMS ACRONYM EMA EOC ESF GEMA MOU SOP DESCRIPTION Emergency Management Agency Emergency Operations Center Emergency Support Function Georgia Emergency Management Agency Memorandum of Understanding Standard Operating Procedure VI. AGENCY INFORMATION Richmond ESF 4-7

64 - Richmond County E Fourth Street Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 4-8

65 - Richmond County EMA 911 Fourth Street Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 4-9

66 Fire Department Laney walker Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 4-10

67 Regional Airport Fire Department Mike Padgett Highway Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 4-11

68 CHEMTREC xxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 4-12

69 Georgia Forestry Tobacco Rd. Hephzibah Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 4-13

70 Hephzibah Fire Department Hwy 88 Hephzibah Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 4-14

71 National Weather 2909 Aviation Way Columbia, SC Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 4-15

72 Radiological Assit Program DOE SRS Aiken Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 4-16

73 Richmond County Health Department Laney Walker Street Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 4-17

74 Richmond County Sheriff's Department 401 Walton Way Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 4-18

75 Rural Metro Wheeler Rd. Zip Phone Fax Website Richmond ESF 4-19

76 Richmond ESF 4-20

77 EMERGENCY SUPPORT FUNCTION 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES Primary Agencies 1. Law Enforcement Services Richmond County Sheriff's Department 2. Victim Recovery Services Richmond County Sheriff's Department 3. Deceased Identification and Mortuary Services Richmond County Sheriff's Department Support Agencies 1. Law Enforcement Services - Richmond County EMA Blythe Police Department Hephzibah Police Department RCCI Richmond Coroner Richmond County Marshalls Office 2. Victim Recovery Services - Richmond County EMA Richmond Coroner Rural Metro 3. Deceased Identification and Mortuary Services - Richmond County EMA Richmond Coroner I. INTRODUCTION The emergency support function of law enforcement services involves direction and coordination, operations and follow-through during an emergency or disaster. A. Purpose The purpose of the emergency support function is to provide guidance and direction for the coordination of law enforcement services and operations, before, during, and after an emergency or disaster. B. Scope The scope of law enforcement services includes public safety, victim recovery, and deceased identification and mortuary services. Public safety tasks include crowd and traffic control, and area security. Identification and disposition of deceased disaster victims Richmond ESF /14/ :32 PM

78 resides with the medical examiner or local coroner. This may include documentation and coordination responsibilities in certification, location of bodies at the scene, selection of temporary morgue facilities, authorization for removal of bodies, determination of final disposition, minimization of potential trauma to families and survivors, and provisions to safeguard community health. II. CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS A. Law Enforcement Services 1. Strategy Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) will be developed and maintained by the agency or organization that has primary responsibility for this ESF, in cooperation with the EMA. This function will be coordinated with and involve other support agencies and organizations. Law Enforcement Services is the primary responsibility of Richmond County Sheriff's Department and support for this function is the responsibility of - Richmond County EMA,Blythe Police Department,Hephzibah Police Department,RCCI,Richmond Coroner, and Richmond County Marshalls Office. 2. Response Actions a. Mitigation/Preparedness i. Analyze hazard needs and determine public safety requirements; ii. Identify agencies and organizations capable of providing resources and support; iii. Coordinate with the EMA on critical facilities that require special security; iv. Establish a chain of command and succession of authority for law enforcement and other first responders; v. Develop MOUs with adjacent and support law enforcement agencies; and vi. Participate in drills and exercises to evaluate Richmond ESF /14/ :32 PM

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