The Humanitarian Response Lab in the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics is working with the FEMA NBEOC and Logistics Management teams to gather and present data for situational awareness across public and private supply networks during the Hurricane Irma response.
We invite you to share any information deficits or constraints as you ramp up your supply chain so that we can gather information and help emergency management agencies address issues such as:
- Access and re-entry into affected locations
- Road conditions
- Fuel supply
- Power restoration
- Commercial restoration
Please send an email to email@example.com.
Relevant sources of information for industry supply chain leaders
FEMA NBEOC (National Business Emergency Operations Center)
Daily NBEOC Phone Call:
3PM to 4PM EDT
Participant PIN: 127531
NBEOC Fuel Call:
Participant PIN: 175547
FEMA Fuel Management Officer:
Dan Green, Fuel Management Officer, will take RFI on fuel.
Hurricane Irma: https://fema.connectsolutions.com/nbeochurricaneirma/
Hurricane Harvey: https://fema.connectsolutions.com/nbeocopsboard/
Access and reentry assistance and other situational awareness information is available through the NBEOC at www.fema.gov/nbeoc
Requests and inquiries can be sent to the NBEOC desk at NBEOC@fema.dhs.gov
National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) Public Private Partnership Portal: http://ppp.trustedops.com
American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN): http://alanaid.org/logistics-map/
Florida Virtual Business Emergency Operations Center (FLVBEOC): http://flvbeoc.org/
Florida 511 - Road Closures: https://fl511.com
Florida Re-Entry and Access: http://www.floridadisaster.org/PublicPrivateSector/reentry_information.html
Latest Situation Report (September 14)
FUEL: Fuel supply is being restored. Most retail fueling points have reopened; supply at ports is sufficient; and police escorts are enabling more effective distribution. In addition, FEMA and the State of Florida is providing fuel directly for first responders and utility crews so that retail fuel locations can provide better service to the public.
ACCESS: The State of Florida has set up a page for private sector re-entry. Local elected officials and Law Enforcement Officers work together to determine when an area is safe enough for individuals to return. Individuals and businesses seeking to provide essential commodities and services to impacted areas will be allowed reentry by possessing and presenting to local officials:
- A valid government-issued ID, such as a Driver’s License or passport;
- Proof of Employment, such as Employer credentials or a letter on employer letterhead; and
- A Demonstrated Need to enter the area, such as a work order, inventory list, or employer authorization. Local officials know their communities and are well suited to facilitate a safe and timely reentry process.
If you have any questions, please contact the State Emergency Response Team’s Emergency Support Function 18 via the Private Sector Hotline at (850) 410-1403 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ESCORT: As of yesterday, the following escort option was still in effect. The Point of Contact regarding current status is Earl Pendarvis (386) 292-2441 or (386) 792-2303.
Trucks carrying commodities south into the Florida peninsula can rally at the FDOT weigh station in I-75 southbound lane near Jasper/White Springs. Trucks heading eastbound on I-10 can exit at Live Oak and follow US 129 north to I-75; from there, they can rally with the trucks headed south on I-75. Law enforcement can provide convoy escorts southbound from the weigh station.
FDOT Weigh Station, South Bound (SB)
11431 Interstate 75, Jasper, Fl. 32052 - 2 mi. S of US-129 (Exit 451)
Lat./Long. SB 30.421496, -82.902918