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Unformatted text preview: 2016 State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan Updated 2018 State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan The State of Alaska 2016 Emergency Operations Plan Promulgated on September 12, 2016 TO REPORT EMERGENCIES OR DISASTERS IMPACTING YOUR AREA Contact: State of Alaska, Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 1-907-428-7100 1-800-478-2337 ready.alaska.gov State of Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Cost per copy: $6.73 Purpose: This plan establishes a comprehensive, State all-hazards approach to incident management. Page ii State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan 2016 LETTER OF PROMULGATION Alaska has experienced nineteen disasters since 2011. The State’s response to these events demonstrate our deep commitment to protect the people, property, and economy of Alaska. The Alaska Disaster Act (A.S. 26.23) tasks the Alaska Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management (DHS&EM), located within the Department of Military and Veterans’ Affairs (DMVA), to prepare and maintain a state emergency plan and keep it current. With the assistance and input from all agencies of State government and emergency management partners throughout Alaska this Plan has undergone a quadrennial review and update. The State of Alaska 2016 Emergency Operations Plan streamlines the emergency planning process between Alaska communities and responding State agencies. This document reflects changes in Federal support for State and local efforts during disasters and terrorist events. It also incorporates new policies and procedures, such as those contained in the National Incident Management System, National Response Framework, Comprehensive Preparedness Guide 101, Version 2, and the State of Alaska Intrastate Mutual Aid System (AIMAS). DHS&EM prepared the State of Alaska 2016 Emergency Operations Plan pursuant to Alaska Statute 26.23.040 and Administrative Order No. 170. All participating agencies reviewed this Plan and concur with its content. I am pleased to formally promulgate this plan for use in the State of Alaska. _______________________________________ Governor Bill Walker State of Alaska Page iii State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK Page iv State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan 2016 STATE OF ALASKA 2016 EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN This plan will be reviewed annually and revised as needed. RECORD Change Number Date Page Number OF CHANGES Subject Entered by 1 11/1/17 3 Alaska demographics and disability information DHS&EM 2 11/27/17 6 Update to interior refining products DHS&EM 3 11/1/17 8 Alaska Disability Advisory Group (ADAG) terminology updates DHS&EM 4 11/27/17 12 Clarification of 2002 earthquake language DHS&EM 5 11/27/17 14 Update of number of oil refineries in Alaska DHS&EM 6 11/27/17 16 Addition of North Korea as an emerging nuclear threat DHS&EM 7 11/1/17 27 Amplification of Volunteer Organization roles DHS&EM 8 11/1/17 29-32 Addition of ADAG to responsibility table DHS&EM 9 10/3/2017 34 Inclusion of EMAC and PNEMA resources; adherence to NIMS; control response of contracted resources DHS&EM DHS&EM 10 10/4/17 35 Clarification of Preparedness Level 4 as response to incidents “requiring statewide engagement 11 10/4/17 37-40 Revision throughout the Communications Annex DHS&EM 12 10/5/2017 41-43 Revision throughout the Alert, Warning, and Notification Annex DHS&EM Page v State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan 13 11/1/17 41 Amplification of Alert formats to support ADAG DHS&EM 14 10/9/17 43 Addition of Alaska Public Health Alert Network (APHAN) for Epidemiology alerts. DHS&EM 15 11/8/17 41-42 Addition of text to address functional needs DHS&EM 16 10/9/17 42-43 Addition of Additional Supporting Agencies DHS&EM 17 10/9/17 65-66 Re-wording of the Situation under Situation and Assumptions DHS&EM 18 10/9/17 66 Expansion of the Assumptions relating to Health and Medical Services Annex. DHS&EM 19 10/9/17 66 Clarification of local and state Concept of Operations DHS&EM 20 10/9/17 67 Addition of the Public Health Alert Network as a source of medical alerts DHS&EM 10/9/17 68 Addition of CDC Anchorage as organization making recommendations to MAC for quarantines DHS&EM 21 22 11/8/17 71-72 Amplification of DHSS role during Mass Casualty DHS&EM 23 10/9/17 71-72 Mass Casualty Assumptions were updated DHS&EM 10/9/17 72 Redundant language removed from the Concept of Operations and clarifying language was added for DHSS Liaison DHS&EM 24 25 10/9/17 73 Addition of the Alaska Public Health Alert Network (APHAN) DHS&EM 26 10/13/17 75-81 Re-write of the Annex K, inclusion of DHS&EM statement of service animals accompanying owners, add loss of power to assumptions 27 10/9/17 83 Clarification of Mass Fatality Assumptions Page vi DHS&EM State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan 2016 28 10/9/17 84 Clarification of Mass Fatality Concept of Operations, Staging DHS&EM 29 10/9/17 84-85 Edits to Morgue Operations and Storage of unclaimed bodies DHS&EM 30 10/3/2017 87 Addition of zoonotic disease concerns DHS&EM DHS&EM 31 10/3/2017 88-89 Clarification of source of Veterinary Supplies and inclusion of Service Animal language 32 10/3/2017 89 DHSS assistance with zoonotic disease and USDA assistance for veterinary supplies DHS&EM 33 10/13/17 91-94 Rewrite of complete Evacuation Annex and inclusion of Service Animal language DHS&EM 34 10/30/17 111-115 Rewrite of complete Debris Management Annex S DHS&EM 35 11/8/17 122 Assurance of accessible transport for mobility impaired added to Annex U DHS&EM 36 11/1/17 125-139 Rewrite of complete Catastrophic Incident Annex V DHS&EM 37 11/8/17 141-146 Annex W updated to reflect Office of Information Technology throughout DHS&EM 38 9/21/17 147-150 Terrorism Annex New DHS&EM 39 11/27/17 158-159 Update of the plan review cycle DHS&EM 40 11/27/17 161-163 Updates to the list of references DHS&EM 41 11/27/17 165-166 Updates to the list of plans and supporting documents DHS&EM 42 11/8/17 176 Clarification of comfort/emotional support vice service animals DHS&EM “The Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management will make grammatical changes during the schedule plan review. These changes will not be captured in the Record of Changes as part of the plan maintenance for the Emergency Operations Plan.” Page vii State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK Page viii State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan 2016 STATE OF ALASKA 2016 EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN This plan will be distributed to primary and secondary agencies. RECORD OF DISTRIBUTION Distribution Number: Date: Agency Signatory Official: Agency: 001/002 Governor Bill Walker Governor’s Office 003/004 Commissioner Leslie Ridle DOA 005/006 Commissioner Mike Navarre DCCED 007/008 Commissioner Dean Williams DOC 009/0010 Commissioner Michael Johnson DEED 0011/0012 Commissioner Larry Hartig DEC 0013/0014 Commissioner Sam Cotten DF&G 0015/0016 Commissioner Valerie Davidson DHSS 0017/0018 Commissioner Heidi Drygas DOL&WD 0019/0020 Attorney General Jahna Lindemuth DOL 0021/0022 Commissioner Laurel Hummel DMVA 0023/0024 Commissioner Andy Mack DNR 0025/0026 Commissioner Walt Monegan DPS 0027/0028 Commissioner Sheldon Fisher DOR 0029/0030 Commissioner Marc Luiken DOT&PF 0031/0032 Director Pat Pitney OMB 0033/0034 President/ CEO William G. O’Leary ARRC 0035/0036 Director Dr. Mike West AEIC Page ix State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan 0037/0038 Director Michelle Coombs USGS/AVO 0039/0040 Regional Administrator Michael O’Hare FEMA X 0041/0042 Lt. Gen. Kenneth Wilsbach ALCOM 0043/0044 Colonel Carl Brown Jr CAP 0045/0046 Region X Director Chris Hladick EPA 0047/0048 Regional Administrator Kerry Long FAA 0049/0050 Special Agent in Charge Marlin Ritzman FBI 0051/0052 State Conservationist Robert N. Jones NRCS 0053/0054 ESSD Chief Carven Scott NWC/NWS 0055/0056 COL Christopher D. Lestochi, Commander USACE 0057/0058 Rear Admiral M. F. McAllister, Commander USCG 0059/0060 U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder USDOJ 0061/0062 Director NTWC 0063/0064 Chairperson John David Thacker AKVOAD 0065/0066 CEO Tanguy Libbrecht ARC 0067/0068 Chair Michael West ASHSC 0069/0070 Co-Chair Thomas Riley APIP 0071/0072 Chair Megan Kohler SHMWG 0073/0074 Chair Kim Stuart SERC-AHPRC 0075/0076 Chair Lon Biasco RISC 0077/0078 Executive Director Heidi Frost ASILC Page x State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan 2016 TABLE OF CONTENTS PURPOSE, SCOPE, SITUATION, AND ASSUMPTIONS ............................................ 1 Purpose ..................................................................................................................................................... 1 Scope ......................................................................................................................................................... 1 Execution................................................................................................................................................... 2 Situation .................................................................................................................................................... 2 Overview ............................................................................................................................................... 2 Climate, Terrain, and Economics .......................................................................................................... 4 Assumptions .............................................................................................................................................. 6 Planning Notes for Local Governments .................................................................................................... 7 ALASKA STATE HAZARDS.....................................................................................9 CONTINUITY OF GOVERNMENT / CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS ....................... 19 General .................................................................................................................................................... 19 Lines of Succession ........................................................................................... 19 CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS ................................................................................ 21 General .................................................................................................................................................... 21 Government Relationships...................................................................................................................... 21 Operational Priorities .......................................................................................................................... 22 Emergency Operations Roles and Responsibilities............................................................................. 22 State of Alaska Incident Management Structure/Unified Command ..................................................... 23 Governor ............................................................................................................................................. 23 Disaster Policy Cabinet ....................................................................................................................... 24 Multi-Agency Coordination Group ..................................................................................................... 24 State Coordinating Officer .................................................................................................................. 24 Federal Coordinating Officer .............................................................................................................. 24 State Emergency Operations Center Preparedness Levels ..................................................................... 24 Preparedness Levels ............................................................................................................................ 24 Criteria ................................................................................................................................................ 25 Federal Agencies ..................................................................................................................................... 25 Federal Agencies Composition ........................................................................................................... 25 State Agencies ......................................................................................................................................... 25 Page xi State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan State Agency Composition.................................................................................................................. 26 Local Incident Management Teams (IMTs)/Unified Command .............................................................. 26 Local Incident Management Teams (IMTs)/Unified Command Composition ................................... 26 Local Multi-Agency Coordination (MAC) Group ..................................................................................... 26 Local Multi-Agency Coordination (MAC) Group Composition ........................................................ 26 Business and Industry ............................................................................................................................. 27 Business and Industry Composition .................................................................................................... 27 Volunteer Organizations ......................................................................................................................... 27 Volunteer Organizations Composition................................................................................................ 27 Functional Responsibilities...................................................................................................................... 27 ANNEX A: COORDINATION AND CONTROL (ESF #5) .......................................... 33 ANNEX B: COMMUNICATIONS (ESF #2) ............................................................ 37 ANNEX C: ALERT, WARNING, AND NOTIFICATION (ESF #2 and ESF #5)............. 41 ANNEX D: PUBLIC INFORMATION (ESF #15) ...................................................... 45 ANNEX E: PUBLIC SAFETY (ESF #13) .................................................................. 49 ANNEX F: RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (ESF #7) .................................................. 53 ANNEX G: DISASTER SEARCH AND RESCUE ....................................................... 57 ANNEX H: PUBLIC WORKS (ESF #3) ................................................................... 61 ANNEX I: HEALTH AND MEDICAL SERVICES (ESF #8) ......................................... 65 ANNEX J: MASS CASUALTIES (ESF #8) ............................................................... 71 ANNEX K: MASS CARE (ESF #6) ......................................................................... 75 ANNEX L: MASS FATALITY (ESF #8) ................................................................... 83 ANNEX M: PET EVACUATION AND SHELTERING (ESF #6 and ESF #11) ................ 87 ANNEX N: EVACUATION (ESF #1 and ESF #5) .................................................... 91 ANNEX O: VOLUNTEER AND DONATIONS MANAGEMENT (ESF #6) ................... 95 ANNEX P: FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES (ESF #7) ....................... 101 ANNEX Q: DAMAGE ASSESSMENT (ESF #1, ESF #3, and ESF #14).................... 103 ANNEX R: RECOVERY (ESF #14) ....................................................................... 107 Page xii State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan 2016 ANNEX S: DEBRIS MANAGEMENT (ESF #3) ..................................................... 111 ANNEX T: NATURAL RESOURCES (ESF #4 and ESF #11).................................... 117 ANNEX U: TRANSPORTATION (ESF #1)............................................................ 121 ANNEX V: CATASTROPHIC INCIDENT (ESF #5) ................................................. 125 ANNEX W: CYBER INCIDENTS (ESF #2, ESF #12, and ESF #13) ........................... 141 ANNEX X: TERRORISM .................................................................................... 147 LEVELS OF PREPAREDNESS .............................................................................. 151 PLANNING PROCESS AND METHODOLOGY ..................................................... 157 Plan Development ................................................................................................................................. 157 Monitoring, Evaluating, and Updating the Plan.................................................................................... 159 PLANS AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS .......................................................... 165 Plans ...................................................................................................................................................... 165 Supporting Documents ......................................................................................................................... 166 ACRONYMS ..................................................................................................... 167 GLOSSARY ....................................................................................................... 173 Page xiii State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan THIS PAGE IS INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK Page xiv State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan 2016 PURPOSE, SCOPE, SITUATION, AND ASSUMPTIONS Purpose The State of Alaska 2016 Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) establishes a system for coordinating the operational phases of emergency management in Alaska. This plan specifies how the State will organize in response to disaster emergencies, and is designed to: • • • • • • Ensure a coordinated effort by local, tribal, state, federal, volunteer, and private agencies in the management of emergencies or disasters, to save lives and protect property and the environment Describe conditions that affect disaster response operations Describe hazards that threaten the people, property, and resources of Alaska Describe terrorist threats Assign emergency management tasks to local, tribal, state, federal, volunteer, and private agencies as appropriate for response to terrorist events, natural or manmade disasters Identify the supporting plans and procedures in Alaska’s overall multi-agency disaster management system The functional annexes included in this document are listed in the table of contents starting on page xi. Scope The State EOP applies to all emergency organization participants during all phases of operational emergency management. The primary audience is emergency management and homeland security professionals from local, tribal, state, federal and voluntary agencies. This plan is also a reference for managers from other states, the Federal Government, and interested members of the public. The State EOP is an overview of emergency operations in Alaska but is not a detailed State Emergency Operations Center operational document. Specific operating procedures exist at each agency and jurisdiction in support of this plan. The hazards considered include flood, wildland fire, snow avalanche, volcano, earthquake, tsunami and seiche, weather, ground failure, erosion, economic, dams, oil spills and hazardous materials releases, technological, human caused, and terrorism events. A more detailed hazard analysis/description for the State of Alaska can be found in the State of Alaska 2013 Hazard Mitigation Plan. Page 1 State of Alaska Emergency Operations Plan Execution This plan is in effect when: • An emergency or disaster occurs or is imminent or when: - A local jurisdiction declares a disaster or requests state assistance; - State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) is activated and requests State departments or ag...
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