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City of Pinellas Park Hurricane Response Plan

2015

Fire Department


RESPONSIBILITY

  • Life Safety, Fire Suppression, EMS, Hazardous Material Response, and Heavy Rescue

  • Special Needs Evacuation

  • Hazard Management

  • Aftermath Search and Rescue

  • Initial (Preliminary) Damage Assessments

  • UOC Set-Up and Operations

RESOURCES

Personnel


  • Fire Chief, PP100 (1)

  • Deputy Fire Chief Operations, PP600 (1)

  • Deputy Fire Chief Prevention, PP400 (1)

  • Administrative Director, PP200 (1)

  • District Chief EMS, PP500 (1)

  • District Chief Suppression, DC35 (3)

  • District Chief Training, PP300 (1)

  • Station Officers (12)

  • Fire/EMS Personnel (51)

  • Office Personnel (3)

  • Fire Inspectors, PP402, PP404 (2)

  • Emergency Mgmt. Planner, PP403 (1)

In the event that the primary employee is unavailable to perform the tasks for his/her position, a secondary employee is designated to fulfill the primary employee's responsibilities.

  • Primary: Fire Chief

  • Secondary: Deputy Fire Chief(s) – Operations or Prevention

Facilities:

  • Station 16 - 4600 58th St., Kenneth City

    • Alternate Emergency Facility: Shelter-in-Place or KC City Hall

  • Station 33 – 5000 82nd Ave. N.

    • Alternate Emergency Facility: Park Station

  • Station 34 – 6565 94th Ave. N.

    • Alternate Emergency Facility: Shelter-in-Place or Forbes

  • Station 35/Fire Administration - 11350 43rd St. N.

Vehicles/Apparatus:

  • Engine 16

  • Rescue 33

  • Truck 33

  • HazMat 33 (County Owned)

  • Rescue 34

  • Engine 34

  • Tech Rescue 34

  • Squad 35

  • Truck 35

  • DC 35

  • Chief Officer Vehicles (5)

  • Fire Inspector Vehicles (2)

  • Support Services (1)

  • Spare Vehicles (4)

Equipment

  • Cell Phones

    • Assigned (18)*

    • Spare (3)

  • Radios

        • Mobile Radios - 800 MHZ (28)*

        • Portable Radios - Digital and Digital Capable – (54)

  • Mounted generators

        • Truck 33 - 10 KW (1)*

        • Squad 33 - 30 KW (1) *

        • HazMat 33 - 7 KW (1) *

        • Truck 35 – 10 KW (1) *

  • Portable generators

        • Fire Inspectors (3)*

        • Deputy Fire Chief Prevention (1)*

*Denotes units/equipment normally staffed or assigned

STAFF/APPARATUS ASSIGNMENTS (FULL ACTIVATION)

Station 16

Station 33

Station 34

Station 35

EOC

UOC

PPHS

Engine 16 (3/4)

Truck 33 (3/4)

Engine 34 (3/4)

Truck 35 (3/4)

PP100

PP600

SR 34 (2)

Rescue 16 (2)

Rescue 33 (2)

Rescue 34 (2)

Squad 35 (3)

PP400

PP300 (DC33)

 

DC 16

DC 33

DC 34

DC 35

 

PP500

 

PW (2)

Engine 33 (3/4)

Engine 134 (3/4)

Engine 35 (3/4)

 

PP401

 

 

Rescue 133 (2)

Rescue 134 (2)

Rescue 35 (2)

 

PP403 EM Planner

 

 

H 33 (0)

TE 34 (0)

PW/PD (4)

 

PP404

 

 

PW/PD (4)

PW/PD (4)

 

 

PW/PD (6)

PD (2)

8/9 Personnel

15/18 Personnel

15/18 Personnel

15/18 Personnel

2

11/12 Personnel

4


OPERATIONS PLAN


In addition to this plan, Fire Department personnel will refer to the following Standard Operating Procedures:

CONDITION 5: Tropical Weather Outlook – Monitoring Tropical Activity

    • Review Disaster Plan with Command Officers, including specific duties and responsibilities and possible alternatives in the event of an emergency.

    • EM Planner will ensure that the Pinellas County Hurricane Guides are distributed throughout the following departments: City Hall, Technical Services, Library, Police Department, and all Fire Stations.

    • Check all portable generators and communications equipment and perform maintenance as needed.

    • Supply clerk to check water and non-perishable food supplies in Hurricane Storage at Station 33.

CONDITION 4: Hurricane Alert-Advisory Indicating Potential Threat

  • Provide storm updates to office staff.

    • Office staff to handle inquiries from the public regarding storm preparation

    • Initiate check of all apparatus and service vehicles.

    • Review all response areas for high water routes.

    • Check all storage for operating supplies.

    • Check all batteries and emergency systems.

    • Initiate area clean-up at station sites.

    • Recheck all medical supplies, stock, and availability.

    • Recheck all communications equipment and recharge extra batteries in storage.

CONDITION 3: Hurricane Watch – Landfall Minus 48 to 36 hours

    • Begin to secure all Fire Department facilities to protect records, equipment, and supplies from potential water damage. Where possible, store records in a safe location to reduce the threat of water damage.

    • Notify all on-duty personnel of specific assignments.

    • Suspend non-emergency services (training, inspections, public education, etc.)

    • Fuel all vehicles and top off all tanks, including generators, pumps, boat motors, spare fuel cans, etc.

    • Initiate combined parking of fire and special apparatus at station areas.

    • Review Special Needs procedures and update files as needed

    • All off-duty department personnel placed on standby for recall. Rotation schedule for added staffing established.

    • Supply clerk and/or Director to purchase supplies per Hurricane Food List.

CONDITION 2: Hurricane Warning - Evacuation Order- Landfall Minus 36 to 24 hours

    • Review staffing needs and availability of emergency critical employees

    • Non-critical employees should be released to begin personal/family preparedness

    • Off-duty employees should call into the PPFD Storm Information line (727-369-0696) for updates and instructions

    • Evaluate and release critical personnel as appropriate for personal/family preparedness.

    • Start storing water at designated areas.

    • Cover all exposed windows and doors.

    • Retrieve water and non-perishable food supplies from Hurricane Storage and distribute to stations.

    • Retrieve “saw kits” from Station 35 loft and distribute to stations.

    • Recheck batteries and communication equipment.

    • Recheck fuel supplies.

    • Open UOC and begin preparations for activation.

    • Take UOC front desk phone off forward.

    • Begin pre-evacuation calls to special needs residents.

    • Inspectors' vehicles returned to Administration for assignment.

    • Supply Clerk and/or Director to complete purchase of supplies per Hurricane Food List.

    • Fire Chief and Deputy Chief attend meeting or conference call of County ROC Group if requested.

    • Upon notice of an Evacuation Order from the County, initiate Special Needs Evacuation Procedures.

CONDITION 1: Landfall Minus 24 to 12 hours



    • District Chief/EMS to check open shelters for adequacy of medical support.

    • Relocate motors, apparatus, and generators to designated areas as required.

    • Recheck communication equipment and batteries.

    • Recheck fuel supplies.

  • Fire Chief and Deputy Chief report to EOC.

  • District Chief/EMS and District Chief/Training to Station 33-UOC.

    • Implement Task Forces as needed, based on service demands.

  • Task Force Implementation (Condition 1)

      • All Task Forces to be deployed and staffed as needed.

      • Task Force response in operation, as needed, based on intensity of storm

      • Field Command coordinated by Deputy Fire Chief/Operations.

      • Operations governed by Fire Department SOP 600-5 (Adverse Weather).

      • Minimum Task Force Size - 2 units (Both of which must have fire pumps and tanks and one of which must have Advanced Life Support capability.)

      • A commander for each task force is to be identified and assigned.

      • Additional equipment and personnel held in reserve (assigned as required).

LANDFALL MINUS 12 TO 0 HOURS

    • Ensure all special needs evacuations have been completed.

    • Fire and Police responses will be coordinated with EOC by call priority.

    • Emergency response vehicles will be taken off the road at 40mph sustained winds.

    • All essential personnel report to station or assigned shelter upon sustained winds of 40 mph or upon recall.

POST STORM / RE-ENTRY

    • Once conditions are considered safe, begin Initial damage assessment of critical facilities and assigned grids.

    • Maintain control of apparatus and personnel.

    • Search and rescue of storm victims.

    • Request mutual aid, if necessary.

    • Begin cleanup.

    • Initiate repairs.

    • Maintain comprehensive record system.

    • Release personnel on rotating basis after recording all pertinent payrolls and other necessary information.





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