MNRF - Emergency Operations Centre Provincial Situation Report

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MNRF - Emergency Operations Centre Provincial Situation Report
MNRF - Emergency Operations Centre
Provincial Situation Report
Date: October 09, 2014
CIFFC is at Preparedness Level 1 – Ontario is at Level 1
New Fires – There were no new fires in the province yesterday.
Wildfire
West
East
Total
New Fires Yesterday
0
0
0
Active Fires Today
0
0
0
Total Fires To Date
128
172
300
Total HA To Date
1220
4166
5386
The above numbers do not include prescribed burns
Ontario
Fires to date - Last Year
578
Hectares to date - Last Year
51,084
Fires to date - 10 Year Avg.
1,094
Hectares to date - 10 Year Avg. 110,889
Current Situation
Ongoing Fires – There are three prescribed fires currently active in the province. No problems are
expected.
Flood – Water levels and stream flows remain within the normal range for this time of year across the
province.
For further details see the current flood message at the link below.
Emergency Response – Declared Emergencies
1.
2.
3.
4.
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14.
Poplar Hill FN (2014-09-05) – Critical Infrastructure Failure
Shoal Lake #39 (2014-08-08) – Flooding
Wauzhushk Onigum (2014-06-30) – Flooding
Naicatchewenin FN (2014-06-24) – Flooding
Nigigoonsiminikaaning FN (2014-06-21) – Flooding
Siene River FN (2014-06-20) – Flooding
Emo Township (2014-06-17) – Flooding
Town of Rainy River (2014-06-13) – Flooding
Town of Fort Frances (2014-06-12) – Flooding
Couchiching FN (2014-06-12) – Flooding
Constance Lake FN (2014-06-10) – Flooding
Chippewas of Nawash FN (2014-06-06) – Critical Infrastructure Failure
Grassy Narrows FN (2014-05-27) – Flooding
Town of Kapuskasing (2014-05-11) – Host Community
Evacuations – Long term evacuees from the community of Kashechewan will remain out of their
community until repairs to their homes has been completed.
Preparedness Planning
Fire - The fire hazard will remain low to moderate across the province today. No problems are
expected.
Smoke - No issues.
Flood - Currently there are no areas that are cause for concern. Conditions will continue to be
monitored by the Ministry Emergency Operations Centre and updates provided as necessary.
For current flood message see:
www.ontario.ca/flooding
Provincial Weather Synopsis
http://intra.affes.MNRF.gov.on.ca/Bulletin_Boards/Province/AMSYNOPSIS.doc
Prediction of Fire Occurrence
Human
0-1
Lightning
0-1
Provincial Resources
Out of Province:
Imported - None
Exported
To British Columbia
160 – Power Pumps
4433 – Lengths of Hose
Planned Resource Moves
Returning from British Columbia
Equipment returns continue.
Incident Management Teams Type 1 - None
Contract Fire Crews Type 2 - None
Air Tankers/Helicopters – Alerts as per Regional Strategic Operating Plans
CL415
Twin Otters Helicopters
West
2
0
0
East
0
0
0
Total
2
0
0
National Summary
http://www.ciffc.ca/firewire/current.php
Ministry Emergency Operations Centre (MEOC) Staffing
Function Phone Number
MEOC 705-945-5750
FAX 705-945-5785
PERC Hotline 1-866-898-7372
Provincial Duty Officer, Work 705-945-5751 Bryan Tarini
Planning Officer, Work 705-945-5759 Wayne Thompson
Personnel Officer, Work 705-945-5760 Not activated
Emergency Response Officer, Work 705-945-5752 Not activated
Provincial Logistics Officer, Work 807-476-2289 Cell 807-627-0478 Kathryn Harnden
Response Support, Work 705-945-5795 Sally Devoe / Carol Colombo
Weather Technician, Work 705-945-5764 Helen Zhao / Bill Whitaker
Bryan Tarini
Provincial Duty Officer
MEOC
Sally D