SHORELINE CLEANUP ASSESSMENT TEAM CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

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Target OF SHORELINE CLEANUP ASSESSMENT TEAM (SCAT). At the point when oil pollutes shoreline living spaces, responders must study the influenced regions to decide the suitable reaction. Despite the fact that general endorsements or choice instruments for utilization of the shoreline cleanup routines may be created amid arranging stages, responders must construct particular cleanup suggestions with respect to handle information on the shoreline territories, t

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Arranged for RRTIII Meeting, May 12-14, 2009 Frank Csulak NOAA Scientific Support Coordinator SHORELINE CLEANUP ASSESSMENT TEAM CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

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OBJECTIVE OF SHORELINE CLEANUP ASSESSMENT TEAM (SCAT) When oil debases shoreline territories, responders must review the influenced zones to decide the fitting reaction. Despite the fact that general endorsements or choice devices for utilization of the shoreline cleanup techniques might be created amid arranging stages, responders must construct particular cleanup proposals in light of field information on the shoreline natural surroundings, sorts and level of shoreline tainting, and spill-particular physical procedures.

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PURPOSE OF SCAT Assessment of the requirement for shoreline cleanup Selection of the most suitable cleanup technique Determination of needs Documentation of the spatial oil conveyance after some time Internally reliable authentic record of shoreline oil circulation for use by other logical studies of intertidal and subtidal impacts (i.e. NRDA)

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WHAT IS SCAT? a SYSTEMATIC approach that utilizations STANDARD phrasing to gather information on shoreline oiling conditions and bolster basic leadership for shoreline cleanup; FLEXIBLE as far as size of the study and detail of the informational indexes gathered; and MULTI-AGENCY, with TRAINED delegates from all invested individuals who have expert to decide

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WHY THE NEED FOR SCAT CERTIFICATION ? Guarantee item nature of the SCAT Assure nature of the SCAT members

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Improving SCAT NOAA position of authority – improvement, execution, preparing Standardize SCAT courses and educational modules –suitable for USCG capabilities Prioritizing preparing Provide "crisis" SCAT preparing Support Operations Streamline information accumulation Consistency between spills Develop bland tidy up end focuses Improving information administration – value of information Plan SCAT Summit

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TRACKING DATA BASE NOAA has made database of people who have taken NOAA supported SCAT and Science of Oil Spills (SOS) formal preparing. Database being looked after NOAA/NOS/ORR/ERD Seattle, WA

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SCAT ROLES, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

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SCAT COORDINATOR ROLES/RESPONSIBILITES Conducts elevated surveillance review, as suitable, to scope the shoreline oiling issues Develops a study and announcing calendar to create study brings about time for joining into the Incident Action PlanReceives reports from field groups and incorporates them into a day by day rundown that is available to the field groups if issues emerge Helps the group achieve agreement and reports contradicting sentiments when accord is not achieved Briefs the reaction administration group on issues raised by the SCAT, especially where cleanup techniques must be altered to build viability or reduction impacts Continues to lead assessment of focused cleanup endpoints and alters them as fundamental Serves as the essential purpose of contact for all SCAT exercises, both at the Incident Command Post and in the field Ensure that all SCAT field groups are available and represented Ensures that groups utilize appropriate wording and apply rules consistently Ensures that all groups have the important portrayal and all individuals have the vital preparing and gear Develops day by day assignments for each group and gives a day by day security brief Coordinates with different individuals from the reaction exertion with worries on shoreline evaluation to improve information sharing, including NRDA group Integrates cleanup worries of the different asset offices and supervisors into the basic leadership handle Arranges for hardware and transportation for the SCAT Teams

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SCAT COORDINATOR CERTIFICATION Has finished a 5-day SCAT instructional class Has flow HAZWOPER confirmation Has finished the accompanying NIMS instructional classes: ICS-100, ICS-200, ICS-300, ICS-700, and ICS-800 For NOAA representatives and NOAA temporary workers, has finished the NOAA Aviation Safety Program necessities: Basic Aviation Safety Training Course (yearly), Aviation Safety Policies and Procedures Training Course (yearly), and Water Ditching, Safety and Survival (yearly departure video and once at regular intervals classroom and hands-on preparing); for mission operations in cool climate Has learning of the beach front environment, waterfront forms as well as geography of the influenced range Has SCAT understanding from no less than five distinct spills Has perused and marked the site wellbeing arrangement Has encounter working with climate figures to settle on choices on group wellbeing while in the field Has involvement in creating cleanup rules and endpoints for various shoreline sorts Proficient with essential PC programming (Google Earth, Microsoft Excel, picture seeing/controlling programming, and so on.) Is equipped for transferring reports and updates to destinations, for example, ResponseLink. Knows about powerful administration and assistance abilities

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SCAT LEADER ROLES/RESPONSIBILITES Is normally the most experienced individual on the group Ensures that documentation and hardware for SCAT groups (maps, photography hardware, adapt, interchanges, and so forth.) is satisfactory and gathered before organization Reviews each SCAT portion alloted to groups preceding sending for issues, for example, get to locales (vehicle, pontoon, helicopter), tricky territory (eg: streams, bluffs), extraordinary security contemplations, correspondences, confinements, and so forth. Deals with the group while it conducts field reviews Ensures that all SCAT colleagues are legitimately prepared Acts as the group Safety Officer Makes beyond any doubt that the structures and outlines are 100% finished in the field Guides the group toward agreement on cleanup suggestions, needs, extraordinary imperatives, and so on., and notes contradicting assessments Briefs the SCAT Coordinator and other SCAT Leaders on field overview comes about Reports on cleanup issues and some other spill particular issues recognized by the group that should be tended to Recommends alterations to cleanup strategies and target cleanup endpoints Other taks as characterized by the SCAT Coordinator Can fill in as Deputy SCAT Coordinator, if required Assists with field documentation of watched oiling conditions and additionally record photograph/waypoint subtle elements May ask for extra mastery to address particular locales or necessities, i.e. anthropologist, geomorphologist, state noteworthy protection officer (SHPO), reaction tidy up specialists, and so forth

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SCAT LEADER CERTIFICATION  Completion of SCAT instructional class, ideally a 4-day course Has ebb and flow HAZWOPER affirmation Has taken an interest as a part on a SCAT in no less than two critical reactions Has finished the accompanying NIMS instructional classes: ICS-100, ICS-200, ICS-700, and ICS-800 For NOAA representatives and NOAA contractual workers, has finished the NOAA Aviation Safety Program necessities: Basic Aviation Safety Training Course (yearly), Aviation Safety Policies and Procedures Training Course (yearly), and Water Ditching, Safety and Survival (yearly departure video and once at regular intervals classroom and hands-on preparing); for mission operations in chilly climate Has information of the beach front environment, seaside forms, as well as geography of the influenced territory Has involvement in assessing cleanup strategies for various shoreline sorts Has perused and marked the webpage wellbeing arrangement Proficient with working a GPS, including accumulation, transfer, and download of waypoints and track lines and choosing datum and facilitate groups Proficient with working a computerized camera, including setting the right date and time Knows appropriate inspecting techniques and how to keep up chain of authority of tests Has partaken in spill-particular preparing on phrasing, cleanup rules and endpoints, and security issues and took part in an adjustment work out (yearly departure video and once at regular intervals classroom and hands-on preparing); for mission operations in icy climate Has encounter directing field studies Knows how to download pictures caught in the field and compose them in light of SCAT conventions

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SCAT MEMBER ROLES/RESPONSIBILITIES Assist in information gathering on oiling conditions and uncommon contemplations May incorporate specialists in asset affectability and needs for reaction contemplations Recommend website particular imperatives or precautionary measures to be taken after amid cleanup Determine requirement for cleanup, considering cleanup rules and endpoints, website security, and delicate assets Recommend cleanup techniques, needs, and endpoints considering cleanup rules, website security, and touchy assets Assists with field documentation of watched oiling conditions as well as record photograph/waypoint points of interest Responsible for individual wellbeing

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SCAT MEMBER CERTIFICATION Has ebb and flow HAZWOPER confirmation Has finished the accompanying NIMS instructional classes: ICS-100, ICS-200, ICS-700, and ICS-800 Has gotten formal SCAT preparing For NOAA workers and NOAA temporary workers - has finished the NOAA Aviation Safety Program prerequisites: Basic Aviation Safety Training Course (yearly), Aviation Safety Policies and Procedures Training Course (yearly), and Water Ditching, Safety and Survival (yearly departure video and once at regular intervals classroom and hands-on preparing); for mission operations in cool climate Has a general learning of the waterfront biology, beach front procedures, or potentially topography of the influenced region Has perused and marked the website wellbeing arrangement Proficient with working a GPS, including gathering of waypoints and track lines Proficient with working an advanced camera, including setting the right date and time Proficient with downloading pictures caught in the field and sorting out/naming them in light of concurred conventions Understands legitimate examining philosophies and chain of guardianship conventions

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SCAT DATABASE MANAGER ROLES/RESPONSIBILITIES Modify existing SCAT information passage frames as required (working with SCAT Coordinator) Review every day SCAT shapes for fulfillment and consistency Enter or administer the section of day by day SCA

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