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|Statement||prepared by Deborah Vogt ; prepared for Citizens Oversight Council on Oil and Other Hazardous Wastes.|
|Contributions||Citizens" Oversight Council on Oil and Other Hazardous Substances (Alaska)|
|LC Classifications||TD427.P4 V64 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||94622076|
Download State of Alaska"s participation in spill response and preparedness in the state
Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Spill Prevention and Response. You are here: Welcome. The Division of Spill Prevention and Response (SPAR) prevents spills of oil and hazardous substances, prepares for when a spill occurs and responds rapidly to protect human health and the environment.
rows A response is classified as active if a final situation report has not been issued. For. In addition, Alaska administers a state spill prevention, preparedness, and response program. A state contingency plan is required for facilities meeting certain criteria.
Some facilities may be required to prepare both a federal SPCC Plan and a state contingency plan. However, one plan may be developed and submitted that meets the requirements of both state. To support the preparedness and response capabilities of the unit, Health Emergency Response Operations maintains a 24/7 Health and Medical Duty Officer.
This individual works with health care facilities, and local, state, and federal emergency management agencies to respond to public health and medical incidents and disasters. Jurisdictional Authority for Oil Spill Planning • OPA 90 requires USCG and EPA to create National Cti Pl l R i l dA PlContingency Plan, plus Regional and Area Plans throughout the country • Alaska Statute requires ADEC to develop spill responseAlaska Statute requires ADEC to develop spill response contingency plans for the ten “regions” of the state.
The first weeks of the Exxon Valdez oil spill were critical to the defense of state resources. The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) implemented the state spill response plan. ADEC staff participated in 29 spill response drills and exercises in (FY through September ), involving a variety of facilities.
Major drills included two North Slope Mutual Aid Drills, an area Exercise in the Aleutians in coordination with the United States Coast Guard, and a Prince William Sound crude oil tanker drill that was hosted by Sea River Maritime Inc.
State-Level Emergency Preparedness and Response Capabilities reported less coordination with Native American/Alaska Na- Representativeness could be improved by increasing participation in.
Emergency Preparedness. As an Alaskan, you know how important it is to be prepared for harsh weather, including snowstorms, floods, and extreme cold.
But you may not have considered the impact of a large-scale disaster—such as an earthquake, tsunami, or volcanic eruption—could have on us and our communities. The goal of our spill preparedness work is to reduce environmental impacts of spills.
We require oil handlers in Washington to be ready for a rapid, aggressive, and well-coordinated response to spills. We also require those responsible for spills to compensate the state for spill damages by restoring natural resources. The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) is the lead state agency for oil spill planning and response in Alaska.
Several Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) biologists work with ADEC to assist with oil spill planning and response efforts.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has developed rules at 18 Article 3 that detail the extent of cleanup required at contaminated sites in order to adequately protect human health, safety, and welfare and the environment. The Handbook on Alaska State Government is one of several publications produced by the Legislative Affairs Agency and outlines the functions of the various state agencies and their divisions.
The Handbook was first published in This edition reflects statutory andFile Size: KB. • The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Spill Prevention and Response Division is the lead State agency for responses to oil and hazardous materials releases. • The Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry is the lead State agency for responding to wildland fires in the state, in accordance with the Alaska Interagency Fire Management Size: KB.
Michael "Mike" Sutton was appointed as acting director of the Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHS&EM) within the Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs on Decem He was appointed Deputy Director on June 5, Mr.
Sutton started his career with the State of Alaska in November of Oil spill prevention and response: The department advises and defends DEC regarding oil spill contingency plan approvals.
When spills occur, the department provides investigative, enforcement, and litigation services to ensure that the response is prompt and complete, that state costs and damages are reimbursed, and that violations of law are assigned fair.
4 ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES DHSS roles and responsibilities as specified under the State of Alaska Emergency Response Plan (See Appendices), and the Federal/State Unified Plan (as supplemental by the ten subarea plans) include: • Provide staff support to the SECC upon request of the Governor and the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) or the File Size: KB.
State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources. 7th Ave, Suite Anchorage, AK Phone: () Fax: () TTY: Dial or Initial rat spill kits are staged in several locations in Alaska (Adak, St. Paul, St. George, Unalaska, Homer, Anchorage and Juneau), including one first-response salvage ship.
Additionally, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game maintains a rat spill response kit on Round Island State Wildlife Refuge. The refuge rat spill response strategy isCited by: 3. The National Flood Insurance Program Community Status Book This page lists National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) community status reports by state, territory, or nation.
Please select the state, territory or nation to see the report. The Division of Spill Prevention and Response protects Alaskan land and water from hazardous spills through prevention, preparedness and response. SPAR assists with cleaning contaminated sites, making sure industry is prepared, participating in emergency response and recovering funds after the cleanup of a spill event.
The Department of Public Safety (DPS) is the state agency charged with providing functions relative to the protection of life, property, and wildlife resources. Department members enforce criminal laws, traffic laws and regulations, wildlife laws and regulations, fire laws and regulations, and are additionally responsible for a number of public safety related functions such as search.
The EXXON VALDEZ oil spill and response activities that followed necessitated the development of emergency and long-term measures to protect cultural resources along Alaska's affected coastline.
The Alaska State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) played a key role in developing and monitoring these efforts, along with other government and. Spill Reporting Table by States. The spill reporting requirements at the state level are summarized here based information available from the state agencies’ websites.
Some states require reporting of spills of any amount regardless of the federal reportable quantities. Always check with your state to confirm the state’s reporting. Coastal Response Research Center Present State of Preparedness for Oil Spill Response in Arctic Waters Nancy E.
Kinner, Ph.D. Coastal Response Research Center J 4th Symposium on the Impacts of an Ice-Diminishing Arctic on Naval and Maritime Operations 1. Alaska Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory E. Tudor Road - Anchorage, AK - Voice () - Fax () State of Alaska Department of Public Safety Sean Parnell, Governor Joseph A.
Masters, Commissioner J State of Alaska Breath Alcohol Program DataMaster DMT and Interference Detected Status Messages. Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO: (1) evaluated the oil industry's and the federal government's preparedness for responding to a March spill of over 10 million gallons of crude oil in Prince William Sound, Alaska; and (2) examined industry and government measures that could prevent future found that: (1) the firm operating the vessel targeted its oil spill response.
Business and Academic Continuity of Operations Planning Program (doc) The Business and Academic Continuity of Operations Planning Program is to document a plan for recovery and resumption of critical functions within your department after an emergency has occurred. This is a tool to be used as a guide to assist you in developing a plan that is effective.
Here’s the page paperback edition of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s State of the State address, “Building on Success.” Enjoy: SOS-Book. If a contingency plan submitted to the department for approval relies on the services of an oil spill primary response action contractor, the department may not approve the contingency plan unless the primary response action contractor is registered and approved under AS The contingency plan must provide for the use by the applicant.
Alaska Resource Issues. At over half a million square miles, Alaska's vast area holds an enormous quantity of natural resources. Remote location and lack of infrastructure have left many of these resources undeveloped.
But development is being proposed in more and more areas of the state. I did this for a 5th grade project and loved learning about Alaska. I can't wait to visit there. STATE OF ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES DIVISION OF MINING, LAND AND WATER Southeast Regional Office, Willoughby, P.O. Box Juneau, AK() LAND USE PERMIT Under AS (Early Entry for Tideland Lease Site) PERMIT # ADL Natural resources -- Alaska.
See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Natural resources; Natural resources -- United States; Alaska; Narrower terms: Mines and.
The largest of the exercises is Alaska Shield This full-scale emergency response exercise, occurring in late March of that will test the plans and actions of the State of Alaska, FEMA, territorial governments, private sector companies, international partners, non-governmental organizations, and academic institutions and its partners.
The mission of the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is to conserve, improve and protect Alaska’s natural resources and environment to enhance the health, safety, economic and social well-being of Alaskans. We at ADF&G work closely with several divisions at DEC to help achieve our mission.
The Division of Water’s mission is to improve and protect water quality. proceeding, AGPA's participation for fifteen minutes during the hearing would hot impede AppeUants' opportunity to present their p1"oposed remedy, and its arguments might enhance my understanding of the record.
Appellants requested and were granted the opportunity to:file a brief in response to AGPA~s post-hearing brief,8File Size: 3MB. Go to Alaska Social Studies - Alaska History - Capital City Juneau, Alaska - Alaska Tourism - Alaska Disasters - Alaska Geography-Alaska Lesson Plans - Alaska Colleges and Universities Alaska Airlines __ "All passengers and the seven crewmembers were killed.
The aircraft was destroyed by impact and isolated post-crash fires." an overview. Alaska’s petroleum-based economy means there are many opportunities for toxic petroleum-based spills. At least 80 percent of the contaminated sites that the state’s Department of Environmental.
Statewide Environmental Office. The Statewide Environmental Management Office is responsible for the development and implementation of environmental policy and procedures. We work closely with the three regions to ensure the Department's activities are implemented in a manner consistent with state and federal environmental laws and regulations.
The PIC offices will be closed for the following State holidays in January 1 - New Year's Day January 20 - MLK Jr.'s Birthday February 17 - Presidents' Day March 30 - Seward's Day May 25 - Memorial Day July 3 - Independence Day September 7 - Labor Day October 19 - Alaska Day November 11 - Veterans' Day November 26 - Thanksgiving Day.Alaska Life (July ): Atwood, Evangeline.
"Some Vignettes in Alaskan Journalism." In A Guide to Alaska’s Newspapers, compiled by Phyllis Davis, Juneau: Gastineau Channel Centennial Association and Alaska Division of State Libraries and Museums, Checklist of Yukon Newspapers, Prepared by Amanda Wearmouth, Yukon.procedures and the industry’s revised response system to a spill.
Explain that in this unit, they will be studying a variety of clean-up techniques. 5. Encourage students to clip current events about oil spills in their states and in other countries around the world for a class bulletin board. 6. Hand out 5" x 10" cards to each student.