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Title: Hazard Mitigation Core Function Training


1
Hazard Mitigation Core Function Training
  • Presented by
  • The Governors Office of Emergency Services
  • Hazard Mitigation
  • Branch

2
Q What do trailers, salmon, computers,
hospitals, and goats have in common?
  • A They are all hazard mitigation projects!

3
Topics
  • 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • 2 Authorities
  • 3 State Planning Interagency Coordination
  • 4 Local Planning
  • 5 Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • 6 Mitigation Technology
  • 7 Education Marketing

4
Video
  • Salmon Habitat
  • Restoration
  • Success Story

5
Topic 1
  • What is
  • Hazard Mitigation?
  • Presented By
  • Chris Adams, Manager
  • Hazard Identification Analysis Unit

6
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Mitigation is not Mysterious
  • Hazard Mitigation is Any action which reduces or
    eliminates the long term risk to lives and
    property from natural hazards.

7
Big Picture Analysis of the Relative Risks of
Natural Hazards
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Pacific Rim Earthquakes/ Weather

8
Analysis of the Relative Risks of Natural Hazards
Using GIS
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • El Nino

9
California Relief Map Demonstrates the Complexity
of Topographical Features
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
10
California Watersheds
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
11
Most Counties Share a Watershed with Upstream
Neighbors.
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Local Planners must address future land use
    decisions in the context of the total build-out
    within their watershed.
  • Its critical that each jurisdiction address the
    long term impacts of upstream actions

12
GIS Maps Provide Detail of Each Countys
Watershed Sub-Basins
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • These maps identify individual assistance (IA)
    applications for flood damage from selected
    federally declared flooding events.

13
Statewide Fire Threat Categories Map
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • The fire regimes which are typical for the rest
    of the nation do not reflect Californias unique
    topographical and vegetative status.
  • This risk data set has been segregated into
    individual counties by census tract attendant
    data sets and shape files were used to create
    these GIS maps.

14
Statewide Shaking Potential Risk Map Links Soils
and Earthquake Fault data.
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • This map can be segregated into views which
    identify the shaking potential by Zip Code.

15
GIS Modeling Programs
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Emphasis is on Data Collection
  • Requires sophisticated equipment
  • Initial costs are high
  • Training critical and ongoing

16
HAZARD INFORMATION
Combining Earth Science, Land Use and Economic
Information in a GIS
LAND USE DATA
SOCIOECONOMIC DATA
17
  • Earth Science
  • Information in a GIS
  • Slope
  • Sand Content
  • Site Amplification
  • Distance to Stream

18
Hazard Mitigation Decision Support Tool
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Inputs
  • Triggering Event
  • Hazard Scenario
  • Value Field
  • Mitigation Cost

Map illustrates areas of high, low, and no
liquefaction susceptibility (DOGAMI data).
19
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Types of Earthquake Mitigation Projects
  • structural retrofits
  • non-structural retrofits
  • education
  • planning
  • codes standards

20
Structural Retrofit
21
Structural Retrofit
22
Non-Structural Retrofit
23
Non-Structural Retrofit
24
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Types of Fire Mitigation Projects
  • vegetation management
  • entrance and evacuation routes
  • shaded fuel breaks
  • defensible space
  • planning
  • codes and standards

25
Shaded Fuel Break
26
Vegetation Management
27
Defensible Space
28
State efforts at Forest Products Lab evaluate
building standards for homes built in
urban/wildland interface, including rigorous
building component and landscaping testing.
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
29
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Types of Flood Mitigation Projects
  • elevations Acquisitions
  • erosion control
  • drainage Improvements
  • planning
  • codes standards

30
Elevation
31
Erosion Control
32
Drainage Improvement (Before)
33
Drainage Improvement (After)
34
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Other Types of Mitigation Projects
  • habitat restoration
  • warning systems
  • hotlines
  • equipment

35
Salmon Habitat Restoration
36
Salmon Habitat Restoration
37
Why advocate mitigation?
  • Breaks repetitive disaster cycle
  • Saves lives and reduces damages to property
  • Common Sense - get out of harms way
  • Disaster costs for last 12 years 39 Billion
  • Thats 5 times the cost for the previous 12 years
  • Saves money at every level of process
  • Individuals and Businesses
  • Local Government
  • State Government
  • Federal Government

38
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Mitigation Opportunities under the
    Stafford Act (Law)
  • Minimum Standards were Section 409,
  • Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000 Restated
    Minimum Standards under Section 223
  • Law and Regulations Exactly the Same

39
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Mitigation Opportunities In the Stafford Act
    Regulations
  • Public Assistance Program
  • Subpart H . Eligibility
  • Section 206.220
  • Subpart I . Insurance Requirement
  • Section 206.250 (e)
  • Subpart M . Minimum Standards
  • Section 206.400

40
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Ongoing Activities - Earthquake
  • CA Integrated Seismic Network (CISN)
  • Seismic Safety Commission
  • California Geological Survey

41
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Ongoing Activities - Fire
  • California Fire Alliance
  • Fire Safe Councils

42
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Ongoing Activities - Flood
  • Department of Water Resources
  • Floodplain Management Task Force
  • Sacramento/San Joaquin River
  • Basins Comprehensive Study

43
Topic 1 What is Hazard Mitigation?
  • Ongoing Activities Misc.
  • Office of Planning Research

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Topic 2
  • Authorities
  • Part 1 Mitigation Laws Regulations
  • Part 2 Changes To The Programs
  • Presented By
  • Karen McCready
  • Staff Services Analyst

46
Topic 2
  • Part 1 - Mitigation Laws Regulations
  • Federal Law
  • State Law

47
Part 1 Mitigation Laws Regulations
  • Federal Law
  • Stafford Act
  • 404 Hazard Mitigation
  • 406 PA Mitigation
  • 322 Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • 203 Pre-Disaster Mitigation

48
Part 1 Mitigation Laws Regulations
  • Federal Law
  • National Flood Insurance Act
  • Established the NFIP
  • Established the FMA Program

49
Part 1 Mitigation Laws Regulations
  • Federal Regulations
  • 44 CFR
  • Part 201 Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • Part 206 HMGP
  • Part 78 FMA
  • Parts 13 14 Grants administration and auditing

50
Part 1 Mitigation Laws Regulations
  • State Law
  • California Emergency Services Act
  • Chapter 7, Division 1, Title 2 of the Government
    Code
  • California Disaster Assistance Act (CDAA)
  • 406 Mitigation

51
Topic 2
  • Part 2 - Changes to the Program
  • Federal Budget Acts

52
Part 2 - Changes to The Program
  • Federal Budget Acts
  • Reduced the maximum level of HMGP from 15 to
    7.5 beginning in 2003
  • Created a nationwide competition for PDM grants
  • Set PDM at 150 million nationwide

53
Part 2 - Changes to The Program
  • Federal Budget Acts
  • Proposed Elimination of HMGP
  • Earmarks from Congress

54
Topic 3
  • State Hazard Mitigation Planning and Coordination
  • Presented by
  • Michael Staley
  • Senior Emergency Services Coordinator

55
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • Authorities
  • The Robert T Stafford Disaster Relief and
    Emergency Assistance Act, as amended by the
    Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000
  • Implemented through the regulations found in 44
    CFR 201
  • Consistent with the OES and DAD Strategic Plans

56
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • State HM Planning Prior to DMA 2000
  • Post disaster no funding
  • Hazard Specific
  • Area specific
  • Project Types
  • No local planning requirement
  • FEMA IHMT/HMST

57
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • State Planning Other
  • Seismic Safety Commission Earthquake Reduction
    Plan
  • CA Dept. of Forestry, California Fire Plan
  • State of California Flood Hazard Mitigation Plan

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Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • Pre DMA-State HM Plan Content Description of the
    Planning Process
  • Risk Assessment
  • Mitigation Strategy
  • Plan Maintenance
  • Assurances

60
DMA 2000 ChangesProcess over Document
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
61
PLAN
Plan/update
Post-DMA HM Planning Process
DO
ACT
Mitigate
Evaluate
Monitor
CHECK
62
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • Post DMA-State HM Plan Content Description of
    the Planning Process
  • Planning Process
  • Risk Assessment
  • Mitigation Strategy
  • Coordination of Local HM Planning
  • Plan Maintenance
  • Plan Adoption
  • Assurances

63
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • DMA 2000 Changes, Continued
  • Pre-disaster requirement by November 1,
    2004
  • Multi-Hazard
  • Statewide
  • Process must provide opportunities for
    involvement by all interested parties

64
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • DMA 2000 Changes, Continued
  • Required local planning
  • Specific measures identified
  • Specific measures prioritized
  • Emphasis on Benefit Cost
  • Potential for increased funding
  • Updated every 3 years
  • Formal adoption by the state

65
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • State strategy to meet the challenge
  • Create the State Hazard Mitigation Plan approving
    body
  • Create State Hazard Mitigation Plan writing team
    in OES
  • Create Local Hazard Mitigation Planning Program

66
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • Status Approving Body
  • Mitigation Councils have been shown to be
    effective in promoting HM
  • Provides a forum of experts to provide input.
  • Provides a mechanism for public participation.
  • Provides mechanism for state adoption

67
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • Status State Hazard Mitigation Plan Writing
    Team
  • Created to support document State HM activities
  • Works under the direction of the State Hazard
    Mitigation Officer, Program Manager of HIA

68
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • Status State Hazard Mitigation Plan Writing
    Team, Cont.
  • Draws from the work of other State agencies, CDF,
    SSC, DWR, Comp Study, CGS, ..

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Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • Achievements
  • Received a 1 Million Pre-Disaster Mitigation
    Grant Program grant
  • Formed the State HM Plan Writing Team
  • Geo-coded the State Property Inventory
  • Mapped Fire, Seismic, and Flood Hazard Zones

70
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • Achievements, Cont.
  • Reached 90 completion of the draft State Hazard
    Mitigation Planning Report
  • Increased coordination across state agencies

71
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
Coordination
  • Future Milestones
  • Incorporation of local plans, especially specific
    mitigation measures
  • State standards for Benefit Coast analysis
  • Adoption by the State
  • Approval by FEMA

72
Topic 3 State Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • State Mitigation
  • Co-ordination of State Hazard Mitigation Plan
  • State Hazard Mitigation Plan Workgroup
  • Core agencies, CDF, DWR, SSC, OPR, DGS,
  • CGS, and HCD
  • Goal of this workgroup is
  • to prepare a SHMP in draft form by Sept. 2003
  • Prepare final FEMA approvable plan by April 2004

73
Topic 4
  • Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • Presented by
  • Frank Hauck
  • Emergency Services Coordinator

74
As a direct result of the problems following the
East Bay Hills Fire
  • Demonstrated the potential for Hazard
    Identification, Analysis and Hazard Mitigation.
  • Developed the Standardized Emergency Management
    System (SEMS) for all California jurisdictions.

75
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • Topics in Order of Presentation
  • Local Planning DMA 2000
  • The OES Local Hazard Mitigation Planning Program
  • Summary Questions?

76
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • State HM Planning prior to DMA 2000
  • Post disaster
  • Hazard Specific
  • Area specific
  • No local planning requirement
  • FEMA IHMT / HMST (Reports)

77
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
The Disaster Cycle before DMA 2000
78
Interim Final Rule(s)(44 CFR Parts 201 206)
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • 1st issued Feb. 26, 2002
  • 2nd issued Oct. 1, 2002
  • 201.6 Content requirements for Local Hazard
    Mitigation Plans.

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In Accordance with 44 CFR 201.3 (IFR), A Key
Responsibility of the State is to
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • . . . coordinate all State
  • and local activities relating
  • to hazard evaluation and
  • mitigation . . .

80
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • In order to receive FEMA mitigation project
  • funding, State and Local governments must
  • have an approved Hazard Mitigation Plan by
  • November 1, 2004
  • (44 CFR Parts 201.4 201.6)

81
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
The Disaster Cycle after DMA 2000
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Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
The California Local Mitigation Challenge
58 Counties 479 Cities over 5000 Local
Government Entities
83
Planning Process over Planning Document
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
84
The Four-PartLocal Hazard Mitigation Program
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • Continuous Outreach to CA Local Governments (such
    as local government survey) to participate in
    LHMP process.
  • Provide Guidance, Materials, Plan Reviews,
    recommendations Technical Assistance to
    participating local CA governments.
  • Provide Workshops Training.
  • Maintain an OES Website and a Local Mitigation
    Program Tracking System

85
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • In Accordance with 44 CFR 201.6 (IFR), and
  • other FEMA guidance, Local Hazard Mitigation
  • plans shall include
  • Certain Prerequisites
  • A Planning Process
  • A Risk Assessment
  • A Mitigation Strategy
  • A Plan Maintenance Procedure(s), and
  • Additional State Federal Requirements

86
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • In Accordance with 44 CFR 201.6 (IFR),and FEMA
    guidance, Local Mitigation Plans shall also
    include
  • Attached Local Mitigation Plan Crosswalk
  • Review by the SHMO - (State Hazard Mitigation
    Officer)

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Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • Consequences of NO
  • Local Hazard Mitigation Plan
  • Local Governments ineligible for FEMA mitigation
    programs such as
  • Hazard Mitigation Grant Program
  • Pre-Disaster Mitigation Program
  • Flood Mitigation Assistance Program

88
Workshop 1 Encouraging Local Governments to
jump in
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
89
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
Goal 1 of Workshop 1 Provide CA Local
Governments guidance information on California
Mitigation Programs Technical Assistance
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Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • Workshop 1 Scope
  • Provide Plan Development Information the Plan
    Review Criteria for
  • Plan Prerequisites
  • Documentation of the Planning Process
  • Local Capabilities Assessment
  • Hazard Identification Risk Analysis

91
HMGP Project Success StoriesExample
Environmentally friendly fuel reduction project
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • Reduced risk of burns crossing over into urban
    areas.
  • No adverse erosion problems unlike controlled
    burns.
  • No air pollution problems unlike controlled
    burns.
  • Re-vegetation that is very similar to results of
    controlled burning.

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Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • OES Technical Assistance what we bring!
  • MAPS with local hazard information locations
  • Plan Development Guide, Tools Resources
  • Technical Assistance with BCA, NEPA, CEQA, HAZUS
    and more!
  • Plan Review and helpful recommendations
  • An Approved State Mitigation Plan (A great
    resource, updated every three years.)

93
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • Goal 2 of Workshop 1
  • Provide CA Local Governments guidance, tools
    resources for Developing a Local Hazard
    Mitigation Plan that FEMA will approve.

94
Hey! What about us?
95
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
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Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
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Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
The Planning Process FEMA how-to
guides 386-1 386-2 386-3 386-7
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Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • But, Local governments are already far along!
  • General Plans
  • CRS plans
  • Tsunami Plans
  • Emergency Response plans
  • Existing Mitigation Plans
  • FMA Plans

99
Workshop 1 Written Exercise/Final Exam
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
100
Goal 3 of Workshop 1Provide CA Local
Governments guidance information on future plan
review sessions and Workshop 2
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
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Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • Workshop 2 Scope
  • What Sections remain to be covered in Workshop
    2?
  • Local Mitigation Strategy
  • Plan Maintenance Procedures
  • Additional State Federal Requirements for
    Mitigation

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Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • Expectations Deadlines
  • OES will begin holding Homework Review Sessions
    for Local Governments, to review and assist the
    development of mitigation Plan Sections 1, 2 3
    in September 2003!
  • Workshop 2 will follow covering Plan Sections 4,
    5 6 in December 2003 and January February,
    2004.

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Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • Expectations Deadlines
  • Final Plan (HOMEWORK!) Review Sessions will begin
    March, 2004!
  • Completed Local Hazard Mitigation Plans must have
    been reviewed by the SHMO and approved by FEMA by
    November 1, 2004.

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Encouragement!
Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • Be the Prerequisite Key Person.
  • A First Mitigator

The Vision A Safer Future for all California
Communities The Mission Save Lives, Preserve
Property Protect the Environment, During Times
of Disaster, through State Local Mitigation
Planning.
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Topic 4 Local Hazard Mitigation Planning
  • More OES Technological Assistance
  • Risk Maps BCA assistance
  • HAZUS for Earthquake
  • HAZUS for Flood
  • U-RAMP for water utility facilities
  • MIKE 21 Simulation (Dam Inundation)

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Video
  • The Ferndale
  • Success Story

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Topic 5
  • Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Part 1 - The Types of Mitigation Grant
    Programs
  • Part 2 - The grants
  • Presented by
  • Marcia Rentschler, Manager
  • Hazard Mitigation Unit

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Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Part 1
  • Types of Grant Programs
  • Disaster Based Funding (Post-Disaster)
  • Annual Funding

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Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Common Characteristics
  • Eligible applicant
  • Subject to NEPA
  • Cost effective
  • Require 25 match
  • Consistent with state local plans
  • Reasonable costs for eligible work with eligible
    timeframes

110
Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
Eligible Applicants
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Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • NEPA Four Environmental
  • Review Categories
  • Statutory Exclusions
  • Categorical Exclusions (CATEX)
  • Environmental Assessment (EA)
  • Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)

112
Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Benefit Cost Analysis
  • BENEFITS B/C Ratio
  • COSTS
  • To be effective, the B/C ratio must be gt 1.

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Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
Factors to Consider During B/C Analysis
  • Costs
  • Total Project Cost
  • Life of the Project
  • Maintenance Costs
  • Benefits
  • Avoided Damages
  • Avoided Loss of Function
  • Avoided Injuries Deaths

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Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Benefit Cost Analysis
  • FEMA Benefit Cost Modules
  • Earthquake Module
  • Fire Module
  • Flood Module
  • FEMA provides training on each module.

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Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Part 2 The Grants
  • Hazard Mitigation Grant Program
  • (HMGP)
  • Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA)
  • Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM)

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Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Hazard Mitigation Grant Program

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Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Characteristics Unique to HMGP
  • HMGP applications due to FEMA within 90 days
    after FEMA approves the States All-Hazard
    Mitigation Plan
  • 7.5 of Total Disaster
  • State Administrative Plan
  • Formula-based Administrative Funding

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Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • HMGP
  • Earthquake mitigation projects
  • structural retrofits
  • non-structural retrofits
  • education
  • Planning
  • Codes standards

119
Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • HMGP
  • Fire mitigation projects
  • vegetation management
  • entrance and evacuation routes
  • shaded fuel breaks
  • defensible space
  • Planning
  • Codes and standards

120
Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • HMGP
  • Flood mitigation projects
  • Elevations Acquisitions
  • Erosion control
  • Drainage Improvements
  • Planning
  • Codes standards

121
Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • HMGP
  • Other Mitigation Projects
  • Habitat restoration
  • Warning systems
  • Equipment

122
Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Flood
  • Mitigation
  • Assistance
  • (FMA)

123
Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • FMA
  • FMA projects
  • Acquisitions
  • Elevations

124
Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Characteristics Unique to FMA
  • Program objective is very narrow
  • FEMAs definition of Repetitive Loss Structures
    for the FMA

125
Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM)
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Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • PDM
  • Grant Types
  • Planning
  • Project

127
Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Characteristics Unique to PDM
  • Small, impoverished communities required to
    provide only 10 non-federal match.
  • State receives 10 of federal awards for
    management/admin.
  • Subgrantees allowed up to 5 of project costs for
    project management.

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Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Quick Tour of the Mitigation Grants
    Management Database

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Topic 5 - Hazard Mitigation Grants
  • Adding the MGM Database icon to your
    desktop

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Video
  • Taking The Initiative

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Topic 6
  • Innovative Technologies in Hazard Mitigation
  • Presented by
  • Ed Bortugno
  • Senior Geologist

143
Topic 6 Innovative Technologies in Hazard
Mitigation
  • Hazard Mapping
  • 1008 Grant 001
  • Innovative techniques used to define potential
    seismic hazard areas

144
Ground Failure
Problem
  • Solution
  • Uniform Building Code inadequate
  • Earthquake Fault Zoning Act 1972
  • Seismic Hazards Mapping Act 1990

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Topic 6 Innovative Technologies in Hazard
Mitigation
  • California Integrated Seismic Network (CISN)
  • 1008 003 TriNet
  • Emergency management tool for response and
    mitigation
  • ShakeMap, data utilization, code development

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ShakeMap example
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Topic 6 Innovative Technologies in Hazard
Mitigation
  • Consortium of Universities for Research in
    Earthquake Engineering (CUREE)
  • Wood-frame shake table research on two-story,
    tuck-under apartment buildings.

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Topic 6 Innovative Technologies in Hazard
Mitigation
  • Steel Moment Frame
  • We learn from earthquakes

149
Topic 6 Innovative Technologies in Hazard
Mitigation
  • Long Beach Police Services
  • Earthquake lab to test the effects of strong
    shaking on the built environment

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Topic 6 Innovative Technologies in Hazard
Mitigation
  • U.S.C Tsunami Study
  • Funding for Tsunami run-up models
  • Currently, mitigation involves warning

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Topic 6 Innovative Technologies in Hazard
Mitigation
  • HAZUS/CISN
  • HAZUS runs automatically following an earthquake
    larger than M5.0
  • Loss estimates will beat the emergency responders
    to the SOC/EOC

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Topic 6 Innovative Technologies in Hazard
Mitigation
  • Earthquake Program
  • Rich history in OES, especially in product
    development

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Topic 7
  • Mitigation Education
  • and Marketing
  • Presented by
  • Ken Worman, Manager
  • Hazard Mitigation Unit

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Topic 7 Mitigation Education and Marketing
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Plenary Sessions
157
Exhibitors
158
Distinguished Speakers
159
Emergency Response Equipment
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Topic 7 Mitigation Education and Marketing
  • MEAM
  • Program
  • Display

161
MEAM Display
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Why Hazard Mitigation?
  • It is common sense.
  • It is cost effective.
  • It applies to many situations.
  • It has many benefits.
  • It helps to fulfill the DAD vision.
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