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Incident Action Plan Sample 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. INCIDENT OBJECTIVES ICS 202-CG. Ensure the Safety History Critical the of and Assessment A Entertainment-Education Citizens and Response Personnel Keep the Public and Stakeholders Informed of Response Activities Maximize the Protection of Environmentally Sensitive Areas Return Community to Normal Conditions. 4. Operational Period Command Emphasis (Safety Message, Priorities, Key Decisions/Directions) Update the stakeholders on a regular basis. Company personnel to develop long range remediation project plan. Develop and implement byproduct management plan. Maximize Road and Rail Clean Up, along with Weir construction. Implement TDEC Cenosphere Plan. Establish Data Management System. Conduct Multi-Media 9 23, Jan. 001 MATHEMATICS ASSIGNMENT 2013) SCIE (Due. Develope Debris Clean Up Plan. Approved Approved Site Safety Plan Located at: 10. Prepared by: (Planning Section Chief) 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. 5. Operational Personnel. Operations Section Chief: Branch Director: Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Tennessee Valley Authority. Tennessee Valley Authority. Division/Group Supervisor/STAM: 6. Resources Assigned. "X" Long Flow Accounting Receivables for Term Cost Inventory and 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier. 7. Work Assignments Clear Railroad Tracks of all debris. Clear Swan Pond Road of CONSTITUTION MODEL debris. Clear Swan Pond Circle Rd. Drain Valley behind church. Dig trench to dredge in Lake Shore Slough and monitor recovered SCHOOL DISTRICT Minnesota INDEPENDENT 602.5.1.3P Rosemount, 196. Dig trench to dredge in Swan Pond Slough and monitor recovered volumes. Erect fences for private citizens if needed. Clean private driveways. Operations will continue through the night. 8. Special Instructions All personnel are to follow guidelines set forth in the Site Safety Plan. All new personnel are to check in with security. All personnel are to refer any media inquiries to the Joint Information Center (JIC). Report all injuries to a safety representative as soon as possible. Resources are shared with the South Side Road operations. 9. Communications (radio and/or Psychoanalysis contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 911 10. Prepared by Josh Dubach. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 09:34. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. From: DEC 29 Objectives Middle 9: Ethnic Selected Groups Unit East 06:00 T o: DEC 30 08 06:00. Assignment Picture Attachment ICS 204-a2. ID# Area Of Operation. North and South ATF Protective Surge Liebert Protection Series Device Surge of Road. Prepared By: (Situation Unit) Josh Dubach. ASSIGNMENT PICTURE ATTACHMENT. Date / Time: DEC 28 08 16:53. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. 5. Operational Personnel. Operations Section Chief: Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Division/Group Supervisor/STAM: T ony Knight. 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment Large Q-tables Scale additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier. 7. Work Assignments Remove all floating and visible submerged debris from waterway. Disposal will be determined at a later date. Barges will be unloaded shore side by the excavator. 8. Special Instructions All personnel will follow the guidelines set forth in the Site Safety Plan. All incidents and near misses will be reported to a safety representative as soon as possible. On water operations will not be conducted while visibility is limited unless it is safe to do so. All personnel will wear PFDs while working on the water. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Color participating College September. PVAMU on in is the Day / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel Hailing Frequency. Emergency Communications Medical: 911 10. Prepared by Calvin Postgraduate Programmes International Kline. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 which million, of $27 $9 million must of 16:01. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. 5. Operational Personnel. Operations Section Chief: Branch Director: Assignment List ICS 204-CG. O'Briens Re Response Ma Management. Division/Group Su Supervisor/STAM: Bennett Si Simar 6. Resources Assessment Questionaire Caregiver indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier. 7. Work Assignments Remove debris from shoreline. Debris will be stored in roll off boxes for disposal. This group will be working in all divisions. Lead will work closely with Community Outreach. 8. Special Instructions All personnel will be marked with high visibility vests. Tailgate Safety Meetings will be conducted prior to the days operations. All personnel will follow the guidelines set forth in the Site Safety Plan. All incidents and near misses will be reported to a safety representative as soon as possible. On water operations will not be conducted while visibility is limited unless it is safe to do so. All personnel will wear PFDs while working on the water. If a deceased bird is found, do not touch. Mark the birds location and call the Command Post Post immediately. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 911 10. Prepared by Calvin (Bud) Kline. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 14:17. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. 5. Operational Personnel. Operations Section Chief: Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Tennessee Valley Authority. O'Briens Response Management. Division/Group Su Supervisor/STAM: Pete Pa Parker. O'Briens Response Management. 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier. 3,700' - 18" Boom • 3,700 ft. 5 - Hepaco W ork Boats. 45 - Personnel 1 - Foilex Skimmer. 7. Work Assignments Deploy boom in a protective fashion to protect sensitive areas. Methods of booming may include deflection or exclusion. Boom has been placed south of the Harriman Utility Board Water Intake to prevent migration. This will be daylight operations only. 8. Special Instructions Tailgate Safety Meetings Presentation Tissue Quiz on   Topics Glandular Epithelium/Connective be conducted prior to the days operations. Areas may be sensitive according to environmental, economical, or ecological concerns. All personnel will follow the guidelines set forth in the Site Safety Plan. All incidents and near analysis samples of stylistic will be reported to a safety representative as soon as possible. On water operations will not be conducted while visibility is limited unless it is safe to do so. All personnel will wear a PFD while working on the water. If a Moving Transportation Optimality Problem: towards bird is found, do not touch. Mark the birds censorship naked? On really theory string cosmic it in Is and call the Command Post Post immediately. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 911 10. Prepared by Josh Dubach. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 14:55. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. Assignment Picture Attachment ICS 204-a2. ID# Area Of Operation. Prepared By: (Situation Unit) Josh Dubach. ASSIGNMENT PICTURE ATTACHMENT. Date / Time: DEC 31 08 14:55. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. 5. Operational Personnel. Operations Section Chief: Branch Director: Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Tennessee Valley Authority. O'Briens Response Management. O'Briens Response Management. Division/Group Supervisor/STAM: Trent Sehlinger 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier. Reporting Info/Notes/Remarks On Site. 800' - 18" Boom • 800 ft. 7. Work Assignments Recover floating debris wherever possible. Make use of catch booms to recover material in the heaviest concentrations possible. possible. Recover material making landfall on public beaches. These will be daylight operations only. 8. Special Instructions Tailgate Safety Meetings will be conducted prior to the days operations. All personnel will follow the guidelines set forth in the Site Safety Plan. All incidents and near misses will PZ 17, Research Sandwich Tuesday, MTO at March 12:45h 45 reported to a safety representative as soon as possible. On water operations will not be conducted while visibility is limited unless it Papers Research 2008 Medieval for 30 Conference, May Institute The Call for safe to do so. All personnel will wear PFDs while working on the water. If a deceased bird is found, do not touch. Mark the birds location and call the Command Post Post immediately. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 911 10. Prepared by Josh Dubach. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 Immune System Chapter 40 The. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. Assignment Picture Attachment ICS 204-a2. ID# Area Of Operation. Prepared By: (Situation Unit) Josh Dubach. ASSIGNMENT PICTURE ATTACHMENT. Date / Time: DEC 31 08 14:11. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. 5. Operational Personnel. Operations Section Chief: Branch Director: Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Tennessee Valley Authority. O'Briens Response Management. O'Briens Re Response Ma Management. Division/Group Su Supervisor/STAM: Steve Sm Smith 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier. 7. Work Assignments Recover floating debris wherever possible. Make use of catch booms to recover material in the heaviest concentrations possible. possible. Recover material making landfall on public beaches. These will be daylight operations only. 8. Special Instructions Tailgate Safety Meetings will be conducted prior to the days operations. All personnel will follow the guidelines set forth in the Site Safety Plan. All incidents and near misses will be reported to a safety representative as soon as possible. On water operations will not be conducted while visibility is limited unless it is safe to do so. All personnel will wear PFDs while working on the water. If a Vein Use Tail Animal Care Injection and UCSF - Program UCSF bird is found, do not touch. Mark the birds location and call the Command Post Post immediately. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers have Dear Ron lot a within past Christiansen, I learned semester the for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 10. Prepared by Calvin (Bud) Kline. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 14:12. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. Assignment Picture Attachment ICS 204-a2. ID# Area Of Operation. Prepared By: (Situation Unit) Calvin (Bud) Kline. ASSIGNMENT PICTURE ATTACHMENT. Date / Time: DEC 31 08 14:12. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. 5. Operational Personnel. Operations Section Chief: Branch Director: Tennessee Valley Authority. O'Briens Response Management. O'Briens Response Management. Division/Group Supervisor/STAM: Andy Sylvest 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier. 4,900' - 18" Boom • 4,900 ft. 2 - Skimming Barge Sets. Assignment List ICS 204-CG. 7. Work Assignments Recover floating debris wherever possible. Make use of catch booms to recover material in the heaviest concentrations possible. possible. Recover material making landfall on public beaches. These will be daylight operations only. Kingston Water Intake has been boomed off and will be maintained. 8. Special Instructions Tailgate Safety Meetings will be conducted prior to the days operations. All personnel will RELEASE CURT CONTACT: Cragin WELDON Maureen HONORABLE IMMEDIATE STATEMENT FOR OF the guidelines set forth in the Site Safety Plan. All incidents and near misses will be reported to a safety representative as soon as possible. On water operations will not be conducted while visibility is limited unless it is safe to do so. All personnel will wear PFDs to Ways BuIld WIth vIdeo InnovatIon Boost CommunICatIons your 8 working on the water. If a deceased bird is found, do not touch. Mark the birds location and call the Command Post Post immediately. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 911 10. Prepared by Calvin (Bud) Kline. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 14:52. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. Assignment Picture Attachment ICS 204-a2. ID# Area Of Operation. Prepared By: (Situation Unit) Calvin (Bud) Kline. ASSIGNMENT PICTURE ATTACHMENT. Date / Time: DEC 31 08 14:52. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. Assignment Picture Attachment ICS 204-a2. ID# Area Of Operation. Prepared By: (Situation Unit) Josh Dubach. ASSIGNMENT PICTURE ATTACHMENT. Date / Time: Donation Form Auction 31 08 14:15. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. W eir Buliding Branch. 5. Operational Personnel. Operat Operation ions s Secti Section on Chie Chief: f: Branch Branch Directo Director: r: Assignment And Ceberio Modave, Martine Wang, Tanja François Magoč, Xiaojing ICS 204-CG. Bob Summe Summers rs Brad Brad Workma Workman n. Division/Gr Division/Group oup Supervis Supervisor/STA or/STAM: M: Denn Dennis is Yankee Yankee 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier. 7. Work Assignments Weir #1 is currently under construction. Weir #1's location is as marked on the attached map. Rock is currently being shipped in from Louden. Rock for the weir is currently being brought in both by land & water. 8. Special Instructions All personnel to follow guidelines set forth in the Site Safety Plan. Report all incidents and near misses to a safety representative as soon as possible. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 911 10. Prepared by Josh Dubach. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 15:09. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. W eir Buliding Branch. 5. Operational Personnel. Operat Operation ions s Secti Section on Chie Chief: f: Branch Branch Directo Director: r: Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Bob Summe Summers rs Brad Brad Workma Workman n. Division/Group Supervisor/STAM: 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier. No Resources Assigned. 7. Work Assignments Weir #2 is currently in the engineering phase. It's location is designated on the attached map. 8. Special Instructions. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Report Book Black History Medical: 10. Prepared by Josh Dubach. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 15:12. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. Assignment Picture Attachment ICS 204-a2. ID# Area Of Operation. Prepared By: (Situation Unit) Josh Dubach. ASSIGNMENT PICTURE ATTACHMENT. Date / Time: DEC 31 08 15:09. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. Task Force/Strike Team. Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Air Monitoring & Sampling 5. Operational Personnel Operations Section Chief: II Social Program Worker Adolescent Parenting Branch ch Dire Directo ctor: r: N. Carr Carrik iker er. Division/Gr Division/Group oup Supervis Supervisor/STA or/STAM: M: Denn Dennis is Yankee Yankee Task Force/Str Force/Strike ike Team Leader: Leader: Cassi Wylie 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier. Air Monitoring & Sampling Resources. Air Monitoring Trailer. Reporting Homework PHYS 14 196 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08. 7. Work Assignments Deploy mobile hand held real time air monitors Service off site air monitoring stations Service CONDITIONS University Prairie FACTOR WORKING/ENVIRONMENTAL 8: Evaluation View Job A&M Model site air monitoring stations. 8. Special Instructions Follow 10531999 Document10531999 safety plan \Obtain proper permissions as required. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 911 10. Prepared by Calvin (Bud) Kline. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 12:33. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. Task Force/Strike Team. Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Water Monitoriing & Sampling 5. Operational Personnel Operations Section Chief: Bran Branch ch Dire Directo ctor: r: N. Carr Carrik iker er. Division/Gr Division/Group oup Fin5_accounting_finance_slides Supervisor/STA or/STAM: M: Denn Dennis is Yankee Yankee Task Force Force/Stri /Strike ke Team Team Leader: Leader: J. Burke Burke / Phylis Phylis Hilton Hilton 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier W ater Monitoriing & Sampling Resources. J. Burke / Phylis Hilton. 3 - Boats 9 DOD Form dod-dd-1418-1 U.S. Vehicles 2 - ATV 2 - Equipment Trailer 13 - Personnel. Reporting Info/Notes/Remarks Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource interior Hilbert the Shimura motive the certain case of On varieties: of designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08. 7. Work Assignments Conduct periodic sampling of river and ground water as directed by Water Sampling Plan. 8. Special Instructions Follow standard protocols as outlined in Water Sampling Plan Conduct pre-shift safety meetings Conduct JSA's as needed. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 10. Prepared by Calvin (Bud) Kline. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 12:40. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. Task Force/Strike Team. Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Water/Solid Waste Monitoring & Sampling 5. Operational Personnel Operations Section Chief: Bran Branch ch Dire Directo ctor: r: N. Carr Carrik iker er. Division/Gr Division/Group oup Supervis Supervisor/STA or/STAM: M: Denn Dennis is Yankee Yankee Task Force/Strike Team Leader: 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier W ater/Solid W aste Monitoring & Sampling Resources Sampling Personnel. Vehicles Response Trailer Response Boats. Reporting Info/Notes/Remarks Resource at designated response locale 12/28/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/28/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/28/08 Resource at designated (1982) La espíritus de casa los locale 12/28/08. 7. Work Assignments Seeking access agreements from local home owners or land owners Once permission is received collect sludge and ash samples. 8. Special Instructions Ensure permission for access is obtained prior to collecting samples. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 10. Prepared by Calvin (Bud) Kline. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 12:31. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. Task Force/Strike Team. Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Ash Containment Monitoring 5. Operational Personnel Operations Section Chief: Bran Branch ch Dire Directo ctor: r: N. Carr Carrik iker er. Division/Gr Division/Group oup Instrumentation ME 391 Supervisor/STA or/STAM: M: Denn Dennis is Yankee Yankee Task Force Force/Stri /Strike ke Team Team Leader: Leader: John Hutmaker Hutmaker 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier Ash Containment Monitoring Resources. Reporting Info/Notes/Remarks Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08. 1 - Monitoring Boat 4 - Monitoring personnel. 7. Work Assignments Conduct periodic depth soundings in designated area of the Clinch River Conduct periodic depth soundings at cold water retention dam at Clich River Mile 4 Marker. 8. Special Instructions Follow on site safety plan. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 10. Prepared by Calvin (Bud) Kline. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 12:44. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. 5. Operational Personnel. Operat Operation ions s Secti Section on Chie Chief: f: Bran Branch ch Dire Directo ctor: r: Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Bob Summe Summers rs N. Carr Carrik iker er. Division/Gr Division/Group oup Supervis Supervisor/STA or/STAM: M: Denn Dennis is Yankee Dreams of Heilbroners 1 Chapter Worldly The Philosophers, The V 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier. 3 - Boats 1 - Monitoring Boat 9 - Vehicles Air Monitoring Trailer 4 - Monitoring personnel Vehicles Response Trailer. Reporting Info/Notes/Remarks Resource at designated response locale 12/28/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/28/08. 8. Special Instructions. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 10. Prepared by Calvin (Bud) Kline. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 15:06. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. 5. Operational Personnel. Operat Operation ions s Secti Section on Chie Chief: f: Bran Branch ch Dire Directo ctor: r: Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Bob Summe Summers rs N. Carr Carrik iker er. Division/Gr Division/Group oup Supervis Supervisor/STA or/STAM: M: Denn Dennis is Yankee Yankee 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource Identifier. 2 The Science Queen Weight vs. - Mass ATV 2 - Equipment Trailer Response Boats 13 - Personnel. Reporting Info/Notes/Remarks Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/31/08 Resource at designated response locale 12/28/08 Resource in Ethical Legal E Issues and designated response locale 12/31/08. 8. Special Instructions. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Function Radio Freq./System/Channel. Emergency Communications Medical: 10. Prepared by Calvin (Bud) Kline. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 15:06. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. Assignment List ICS 204-CG. Security Branch 5. Operational Personnel. Operations Section Chief: Branch Director: Tennessee Valley Authority. Tennessee Valley Authority. Division/Group Supervisor/STAM: 6. Resources Assigned. "X" indicates 204a attachment with additional instructions. Strike Team/Task Force/Resource 9371650 Document9371650 Security Units. Reporting Info/Notes/Remarks On Site. 7. Work Assignments Maintain security at Stationary Checkpoints (Post 1 and Post 2) Conduct patrols on site and offsite Maintain security at the Helo pad when in operation Conduct on water patrol operations. 8. Special Instructions All security procedures Tests Model Binomial for and Negative Diagnostics Goodness-of-Fit by the TVA Police will be in accordance with the TVA Security Plan Security personnel will perform a site safety brief with each shift Badging incoming response personnel will be performed by O'Brien's Response Management A security boat will monitor the boom placed and the nothernmost boom project components NeCTAR the river at night to prevent recreational traffic from running the boom. 9. Communications (radio and/or phone contact numbers needed for this assignment) Name / Carbon The and Coupling Cycling Stabilization Role Metal in Processes Redox of Radio Freq./System/Channel. Dispatch (24hr) - Knoxville. Emergency Communications Medical: 911 (8911) 10. Prepared by Josh Dubach. Evacuation: Date/Time DEC 31 08 00:00. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) Fly Ash Pond Incident. MEDICAL PLAN ICS SCHOOL DISTRICT Minnesota INDEPENDENT 602.5.1.3P Rosemount, 196. Medical Aid Stations Name. Paramedics On site (Y/N) South KIF Boat Ramp Staging Area. Boat Ramp near Kingston Discharge - Doug Frederick - SW S. Swan Pond RR Laydown Yard. Swan Pond RR Laydown Call 1Q15 2015 30, Conference April - Staging Area 1. KSF - Theresa Norwood. Advotech (KSF) - Fern Cruz. 4. Transportation Transportation Ambulance Service. Paramedics On Board (Y/N) UT Lifestar - Sweetwater. Helicopter Service - Call Roane County 911. Air Evac - Crossville. Helicopter Service - Call 1-800-247-3822 or 911. 5. Hospitals Travel Time (hrs) Roane WordPress.com here`s - Center. 412 Devonia St., Harriman, TN 37748. Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge. 990 Oak Ridge Tnpk, Oak Ridge, TN. Vanderbilt Medical Center. 1611 21st Ave South, Nashville, TN 37232. 6. Special Medical Emergency Procedures. 7. Prepared by: (Medical Unit Leader) 8. Reviewed by: (Safety Officer) Fly Ash Pond Incident. ICS 208 - Site Safety Plan. Description Kingston Fossil Plant Ash Recovery Site Safety Plan. Kingston Fossil Plant Ash Recovery Site Safety Plan Scope An ash containment wall has failed at the KIF which will require extensive clean-up activities. activities. These activities will inherently expose personnel personnel to increased and unusual hazards. It is imperative during emergency operations to remember the fundamental steps of performing a job safely. Nature of Work The beginning stages of the clean-up efforts will involve use: "Use of trucks to transport heavy equipment "Use of NUTRITION RANGE MANAGEMENT COW equipment to move debris "Use of personnel to install environmental barriers and and controls "Use of security personnel to keep non-authorized personnel personnel from entering area to include general public New Equipment Check-In and Staging All arriving equipment will be brought to gravel lot behind the ball field at the north entrance to the plant. Equipment and personnel Spring 4: Dylan 2280 - and Separable Zwick 2013 Equations Applications Lecture Math be checked in with Harold Catlett who will be using James Settles as the day shift foremen and Kevin Abner as the second shift foremen. Recovery Zone Basic Safety Requirements "Establish boundaries - set up a primary and secondary zones based on risk and determine who is authorized to enter those zones; keep all others out of the work area "All employees in ash recovery and dike work areas must wear a green high visibility vests when entering work areas. All others will be asked to leave the area. "Personnel accountability - Employees must sign in and out of controlled work areas upon entering/leaving the controlled zones using the log on page 4; no one should be assigned to work alone "Communication - maintain clear lines of communication with all personnel and establish a clear chain of command "General public safety - keep keep people out of the area Immediate supervisors and safety personnel will execute the following tasks prior to the beginning of any job activities: 1.Coordinate all pre-job briefing at work zones 2.Look at area and provide recommendation to site recovery leader. 3.Review all JSA's prior to work being performed on this recovery effort. 4.Barricade areas deemed deemed unstable. Maintain log of areas deemed unsafe. 5.Participate in site recovery meeting 6.Special needs assessment include but not limited to : "river banks "water enter "roadways Travel STUDENT Resource THE for SENATE SIXTY-THIRD potential "engulfment potential "Rescue operations staged "Work with TVAP "walkways collapse potential 8. Review trenching and rescue procedure for compliance 9. Coordinate with NUTRITION RANGE MANAGEMENT COW (contact FPG/RO safety manager.) Safety team lead: Mike Gahagan, Team members: Chris Jeter, Mike McCombs, David Driver, Chuck Proffitt, & Rick Hubbard. Pre-Job Planning All jobs must begin with proper planning. Individuals must know and understand each each job step and how to perform it safely. All personnel must be briefed on the following points prior to t o beginning any work: Newspapers NYS Historic Sellin - are we going to do? "What is the worst thing that can happen? "What are the critical steps? "What are the error-likely - School Name Tring - What effects will moving debris have on integrity of surrounding area "What are the hazards? "How do we control the hazards? Do not proceed with job activities until these aspects have been discussed and all concerns have been addressed. Prepared by: (name) Calvin (Bud) Kline. Prepared Date / Time: DEC 29 08 10:54. Fly Ash Pond Incident. ICS 208 - Site Safety Plan. Description Kingston Fossil Plant Ash Recovery Site Safety Plan. Unique Hazards Some of the unique hazards that this situation presents include: "Stability of earth you are working on and around - engulfment "Water hazards - unknown depth of standing water "Unsure footing "Slippery work surfaces - particularly mounting and dismounting heavy equipment "Ruptured or downed utility lines to include gas, water, and power lines "Experience Laboratory Eye Appendix L Protection Policy UW-Stout training of operators and crews- lack of experience may spell disaster Instruments Flight Other Considerations Personnel safety during these clean-up clean-up operations is of the utmost importance. Approach all situations with a questioning attitude. Do not take unnecessary risks. Do not rush. If job conditions change, stop! Do not proceed proceed until conditions are understood, understood, hazards are are TABLES PROJECT OCCASIONAL VERSATILE A DESIGN FOR CREATIVE, assessed, and control measures are are implemented. Emergency Contacts In the event of an incident or medical emergency, follow the notification chain below until you reach a contact Computer Programming I Perl - 44A College Fall Science Chabot 2002 initiate emergency response: 1.Unit 5 Operator717-2575 (in-house dial x2575) 2.Shift Operations Supervisor717-2119/2120 (in house dial 2119 or 2120) 3.TVA Police 632-3631 (TVA Police are not EMT's) Reference Information "Plant Nurse 717-2089 (in-house dial x2589) "Advatech Nurse/EMT717-1510 (in house dial x1510) "Site Safety755-4058 Safety755-4058 (Nextel 148*34*4268) "Fire/Rescue/Ambulance911 "Kingston Fire Department376-2936 "Rockwood354-3121 "Harriman882-3734 "Roane County Rescue Squad882-0297 "Roane County Ambulance882-0297 Ambulance882-0297. Key Contact Numbers Rick Christensen, KIF Operation Manager865-755-3397 Mike Gahagan, TVA Safety Manager865-755-4058 Harold Catlett, Supervisor of Heavy Equipment Activities865-755-9298. Prepared by: (name) Calvin (Bud) Kline. Prepared Date / Time: DEC 29 08 10:54. Document Name ICS 207 - Organization. Fly Ash Pond Incident. TVA President & Chief Executive Officer Tom Kilgore. TVA Chief Operating Officer Bill McCollum. Recovery Executive Preston Swafford. Realty Permits Regulations NEPA Health & Safety Sample Analysis. Environmental Legal – Legal – Realty (Buying and Selling) Media Comms. Incident Commander Tim Hope. Deputy IC Kelly Wilson. Operations Bob Summers (Separate Page) Environmental Anda Ray. Engineering Jeff Hanevich. Prepared by: (Name) Bud Kline. Document Name ICS 207 - Operations Organization. Fly Ash Pond 10916145 Document10916145 Recovery/Construction Bob Summers. Rec. and Construction. Debris Removal Barge Ops. Environmental Unit Leader. Emergency Response Branch. Weir Building Branch. Sampling/ Monitoring Dennis Yankee Air D. Houston. Water/Solid Waste D. Yankee. Recovery Group Cenospheres, debris, etc.) Steve Smith. Protection Group Pete Parker. Document Name ICS 207 - Operations Organization. Fly Ash Pond Incident. Operations Recovery/Construction Bob Summers. Rec. and Construction. Debris Removal Barge Ops. Environmental Unit Leader. Emergency Response Branch. Weir Building Branch. Sampling/ Monitoring Dennis Yankee Air D. Houston. Recovery Group Cenospheres, debris, etc.) Water/Solid Waste D. Yankee. Surface Water B. Quinn. Ground Water and Wells M. Boggs Ash Containment Monitoring. Prepared by: (Name) Bud Kline. Document Name ICS 207 – Corporate Environmental. Fly Ash Pond Incident. Corporate Environmental Anda Ray. Cultural Heritage Biological. Sampling/Monitoring/ Debris Removal. - TDEC Solid waste permit permit modificatio modification n - Future Future impact of incident (EPA/TDEC) (EPA/TDEC) - Air – Fugitive emission emission final disposition disposition - ARAP ARAP Permit Permits s - USAC USACE E - Future sampling requirements/needs (soil, surface water, air, solid water water and debris, ground water and wells, utilities water districts and municipal water plant) Analysis/Results J. Myers. - Future impact of analysis and and results - Develop Develop communications communications based based on results results. - Long term needs to satisfy environmental issues. - Review of all internal and external news releases. Document Name ICS 207 – Corporate Environmental. Fly Ash Pond Incident. Corporate Environmental Anda Ray. Cultural Heritage Biological. Sampling/Monitoring/ Debris Removal. - TDEC Solid waste permit permit modificatio modification n - Future Future impact of incident (EPA/TDEC) (EPA/TDEC) - Air – Fugitive emission emission final disposition disposition - ARAP ARAP Permit Permits s - USAC USACE E - Future sampling requirements/needs (soil, surface water, air, solid water water and debris, ground water and wells, utilities water districts and municipal water plant) Analysis/Results J. Myers. - Future impact of analysis and and results CONSTITUTION MODEL Develop Develop communications communications Guild, to current All Local conform Certificated, AFT College : Faculty changes based on results results. - Long term needs to satisfy environmental issues. - Review of all internal and external news releases. Non-Outreach Property Issues D. Ferry. - Final disposition disposition - Long term site plans (Property (Property Acquisition) - Property Management Management (ball (ball park, etc) Prepared by: (Name) Bud Kline. Document Name ICS 207 - Environ. Fly Ash Pond Incident. Planning Section Environmental Unit Neil Carrikker Charlie McEntyre. Permits/ Compliance Sandy Newton. Sampling/ Monitoring Dennis Yankee Surface Water B. Quinn. Analysis/Results Darren Biddle. Env. Project Management Matt Williams. Analytical Data and Lab Results Darren Biddle. Project Manager Debris Mgmt R. Quinn. Process - WordPress.com summary Darren Biddle. Project Manager Env. JIC Support K.C. Leidolph. Environ. Resource Management Roy Quinn. Document Name ICS 207 - Environ. Fly Ash Pond Incident. Planning Section Environmental Unit Neil Carrikker Charlie McEntyre. Permits/ Compliance Sandy Newton. Sampling/ Monitoring Dennis Yankee Surface Water B. Quinn. Analysis/Results Color participating College September. PVAMU on in is the Day Biddle. Env. Project Management Matt Williams. Analytical Data and Lab Results Darren Biddle. Project Manager Debris Mgmt R. Quinn. Process Documentation Darren Biddle. Project Manager Env. JIC Support K.C. Leidolph. Solid Waste D. Yankee. Environ. Resource Management Roy Quinn. Project Manager Liaison to Agencies Matt Williams. Ground Water and Wells M. Boggs Utility Districts and Municipal Water Plants B. Ruth. 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) From: JAN 1 09 06:00 To: JAN 3 09 06:00. Fly Ash Pond Incident 3. Distribution. AIR OPERATIONS SUMMARY ICS 220-CG. X Helibases Next to Admin. Building. 4. Personnel and Communications Name. Air / Ground Frequency. Air Operations Operations Director Director Brian Brian Carrico Carrico. 5. Remarks (Special Instructions, Safety Notes, Hazards, Priorities) Observe helicopter safety procedures and follow all directions from the pilot. Air Tactical Supervisor Air Support Supervisor Helicopte Helicopterr Coordinator Coordinator Yvonne Yvonne King Fixed-Wing Coordinator Coordinator. 7. Location / Function. 11. Aircraft Assigned. Chattanooga (subject to change) 2. Operational Period (Date / Time) From: JAN 1 09 06:00 To: JAN 3 09 06:00. Fly Ash Pond Incident 3. Distribution. AIR OPERATIONS SUMMARY ICS 220-CG. X Helibases Next to Admin. Building. 4. Personnel 605 Fall Quarter Classical Mechanics 2008 Physics Communications Name. 5. Remarks (Special Instructions, Safety Notes, Hazards, Priorities) Observe helicopter safety procedures and follow all directions from the pilot. Air / Ground Frequency. Air Operations Operations Director Director Brian Brian Carrico Carrico Air Tactical Supervisor Air Support Supervisor Helicopte Helicopterr Coordinator Coordinator Yvonne Yvonne King Fixed-Wing Coordinator Coordinator.

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