U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Federal Emergency Management Agency

Resource: Debris Management Monitoring Team
Category: Public Works and Engineering (ESF #3)
Kind: Team; Personnel
Minimum Capabilities (Component) Minimum Capabilities
(Metric)
Type I Type II Type III Type IV Other
Services Annual Contracts; Per Unit; Hourly; Lump Sum

General Manager (GM)
GM responsibility would include overall coordination with all levels of government and other ESFs; Knowledge of the Federal Response Plan and Federal response and recovery procedures related to debris management; Site monitoring of health and safety requirement in meeting local, State, or Federal standards during any and all parts of the recovery process whether from manmade or natural occurrences; Appropriate standards for the debris processing and disposal to successfully complete the recovery process of an event; Ability to manage and oversee owner’s current debris removal operations plan; Highest trained in debris monitoring management and recovery operations; Highest experience level in meeting Federal record keeping requirements and processing procedures; Highest knowledge in managing multiple service levels of manmade and or natural disasters; Financial capabilities to manage progressive monitoring processes; Required and necessary liability coverage for all aspects of operation; Highest ability to manage work programs and personnel safely, with the highest regard to safety and applicable regulations protecting employees of the company and community; Highest capabilities to recruit support staffing within acceptable timeframe

Project Manager (PM)
PM responsibility would include overall management of all taskings under the project to include removal, reduction and disposal/salvage operations. Monitors changes in the scope of original assignment, cost estimates, coordinating the procurement process, scheduling, tracking of funds, and reporting all elements of work progress; Knowledge of the Federal Response Plan and Federal response and recovery procedures related to debris management; Monitors and assures that health and safety procedures and requirements meet local, State, or Federal standards during any and all parts of the recovery process whether from manmade or natural occurrences; Monitors the compliance of debris processing and disposal to successfully complete the recovery process of an event; Ability to manage and oversee owner’s current debris removal operations plan; Highest trained in debris project management and recovery operations; Highest experience level in meeting Federal record keeping requirements and processing procedures; Highest ability to manage work programs and personnel safely, with the highest regard to safety and applicable regulations protecting employees of the company and community

 

 

 
Equipment  

Ability to supply, support, and maintain an inventory of varying equipment specialties in assisting the handling of all aspects of monitoring for health and safety of personnel involved with recovery operations

Ability to support and maintain an inventory of varying equipment specialties in assisting the handling of all aspects of monitoring the health and safety of personnel involved with recovery operations

 

 

 
Personnel  

The highest trained and experienced in the field of debris management procedures; Very good communication skills and the ability to effectively brief high level officials; Highest capability to train and manage assisting resources; Highest ability to comply with all local, State, Federal authority, and OSHA regulations to which services are being applied; No use restriction as it relates to assignment; Fully mobilized and fully equipped; Permanently assigned to completion of task on rotation, 30/3

Trained and experienced in the field of debris management procedures; Very good communication skills; Highest capability to manage assisting resources; General understanding of equipment leasing contracts, various type of equipment, and unit price contracts. Highest ability to comply with all local, State, Federal authority, and OSHA regulations to which services are being applied; No use restriction as it relates to assignment; Fully mobilized and fully equipped; Have an engineering background with a background in site development and proven skills in the field of construction; Permanently assigned to completion of task on rotation, 30/3

 

 

 

Comments:

None.


National Mutual Aid & Resource Management Initiative
Public Works