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Title: National Pharmaceutical Stockpile Regional District Distribution


1
Commonwealth Preparedness Working Group Update
Virginia Department of Game and Inland
Fisheries June 20, 2007 Steve Harrison
2
Talking Points
  • Pandemic Influenza Cabinet TTX, 4Sep07
  • Hurricane Preparedness
  • Special Medical Needs Sheltering Provisions
  • SNS/Cities Readiness Initiative Progress
  • Radiological Health
  • Mobile Lab Replacement Project
  • VOPEX
  • Evacuation Assembly Center Exercises

3
Talking Points
  • Cabinet TTX Sept. 4, 2007
  • IPX CPWG Pan Flu Subcommittee on June 26, 2007,
    9 a.m., VDEM - Trade Court.
  • Use Pandemic Phases/Conditions with HHS Thematic
    Areas of Special Interest to prompt
    discussion/response
  • COOP, education, economy, workforce, public
    safety, agriculture, health.
  • Review draft scope, objectives, modules,
    evaluation and after-action process
  • Identify Participants (Steering Committee and
    above)
  • Finalize Development Task List, assignment

4
Talking Points
  • Hurricane Preparedness
  • Updated Hurricane Plan, PIO messages and
    disseminated annual staff awareness guidance
    document.
  • Coordinating with HHS undergoing a campaign to
    define Federal assets that would be needed to
    support the Tidewater landfall of a Cat. 3 or
    above hurricane.
  • Hospital and nursing home census, infrastructure
    capability (generators, fuel, location),
    shelter-in-place and evacuation capability.
  • Evacuation estimates
  • State capability (ambulances, para-transit
    seats), etc.
  • Hospital, Nursing Home Survey
  • Conducting local surveys and outreach to Nursing
    Homes and other VDH licensed / certified
    facilities for their evacuation /shelter
    planning facilitating their link with local
    EOCs/emergency management
  • Infrastructure
  • Automated reporting using VHHA WebEOC
  • Coordinating Medically Fragile Sheltering with
    VDEM, DSS and other partner state agencies.

5
Talking Points
  • Sp. Med. Needs Sheltering provisions
  • In coordination with DSS, VDH continues to assess
    potential state shelter sites with regard to
    establishing medical components at those
    facilities.
  • Facility checklists including special medical
    needs criteria are being used, and these include
    consideration of collocating Federal Medical
    Station assets, if site provisions are suitable.
  • Local SMN Shelter Template, and State level
    equivalent, under development using Florida,
    Texas and Mississippi examples.

6
Talking Points
  • Cities Readiness Initiative (CRI)
  • NCR, Hampton Roads and Greater Richmond
  • Statewide CRI Plan template complete (guide to
    HDs on prophylaxing w/in 48 hrs)

7
Talking Points
  • Rad Health Mobile Command/Lab replacement project
    status
  • The Mobile Radiation Laboratory, primarily tasked
    to respond to nuclear power plant accidents and
    exercises, was a 1986 vintage truck damaged by
    flooding and removed from service (safety hazard)
    in August 2004.
  • Replacement of the vehicle as well as
    communications, sampling and analysis equipment
    is in progress. The project is funded primarily
    through the CDC BT Grant, with a pending
    contribution from Dominion to fill the gap.
    Completion is expected by late August.
  • VOPEX Surry area, June 26EAC out of sequence
    drills no health associated FEMA findings.

8
Steve Harrisonsteve.harrison_at_vdh.virginia.gov804
-864-7033
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