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ID
7-508-1234
Name
Debris Monitoring Team
Status
Published
Updated
11/15/2019 5:22:05 PM
Released
06/19/2018
Description
The Debris Monitoring Team oversees the Debris Removal Team, in accordance with the debris management plan
Resource Category
Public Works
Primary Core Capability
Infrastructure Systems
Secondary Core Capability
 
Resource Kind
Team
Overall Function
The Debris Monitoring Team: 1. Monitors debris removal operations in the field and at debris sites 2. Measures and certifies truck capacities 3. Ensures that equipment operators/haulers segregate debris at curbside 4. Ensures that equipment operators/haulers do not mix hazardous waste with other waste types 5. Ensures that equipment operators/haulers pick up only eligible debris and track debris appropriately 6. Instructs property owners to move debris from private property to the curbside 7. Supports recorded observations with digital photography 8. Reports any irregularities to the Debris Monitoring Supervisor 9. Ensures compliance with contractor scope of work 10. Maintains documentation of eligible debris and equipment used
Composition and Ordering Specifications
1. Discuss logistics for deploying this team, such as working conditions, length of deployment, security, lodging, transportation, and meals, prior to deployment
Supporting Core Capabilities
None
Components
Component Notes  
MINIMUM PERSONNEL PER TEAMNot Specified
Component Types
Type Attribute
Type 14
MANAGEMENT AND OVERSIGHT PERSONNEL PER TEAMNot Specified
Component Types
Type Attribute
Type 11 – National Incident Management System (NIMS) Type 1 Debris Monitoring Supervisor
SUPPORT PERSONNEL PER TEAM1. Team should be aware of and familiar with procedures for special considerations, such as environmental compliance, historic preservation, valuables/personal property, hazardous materials, animal carcasses, human remains, and crime scene evidence. 2. Administrative support staff can supplement this team as necessary. 3. Monitor is not a NIMS typed position.
Component Types
Type Attribute
Type 13 – Monitor
General Equipment Per Team1. Appropriate software includes word processing, spreadsheet, and database programs. 2. Measuring devices include tape measures (25' -100') and measuring wheels. 3. Reference materials include FEMA Public Assistance Program and Policy Guide, FEMA Public Assistance Debris Management Guide, FEMA Public Assistance Debris Monitoring Guide, and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Emergency Relief Manual
Component Types
Type Attribute
Type 11. GPS 2. Laptop computer 3. Appropriate software 4. Basic first aid kit 5. Calculator 6. Reference materials 7. 3 – Digital camera 8. 3 – Measuring device 9. 3 – Clipboard and data recording form
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Equipment Per Team MemberThe following regulation addresses PPE: Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910.132: Personal Protective Equipment.
Component Types
Type Attribute
Type 1PPE is mission specific and may include: 1. Hard hat 2. Reflective vest 3. Gloves 4. Protective clothing 5. Protective footwear 6. Protective shield 7. Respiratory protection 8. Flashlight
COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT PER TEAMNot Specified
Component Types
Type Attribute
Type 14 – Short-range, two-way portable radio 4 – Cell phone 1 – Satellite phone
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT PER TEAMNot Specified
Component Types
Type Attribute
Type 11 – Vehicle/pickup
675
Notes
References
Reference
FEMA, NIMS 508: Debris Assessment Team
FEMA, NIMS 508: Debris Removal Team
FEMA, NIMS 509: Debris Planning Officer
FEMA, NIMS 509: Debris Monitoring Supervisor
FEMA, National Incident Management System (NIMS), October 2017
FEMA, Public Assistance Program and Policy Guide (PAPPG) V2, April 2017
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Emergency Relief Manual, May 2013
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 1910.132: Personal Protective Equipment, latest edition adopted