Emergency Procedures
EMERGENCY
OPERATIONS MANUAL
SOUTH LAFOURCHE LEVEE DISTRICT
17904 HWY 3235
PO BOX 426
GALLIANO, LOUISIANA 70354
Revised: June 2010
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
I.
Telephone Numbers
Board of Commissioners ................................................................................................................5
Employees ......................................................................................................................................5
Floodgate/Office/Warehouse ........................................................................................................7
Civil Defense Emergency ................................................................................................................7
State of Louisiana...........................................................................................................................9
United States of America ...............................................................................................................9
Levee Districts ................................................................................................................................9
Closures Notification List .............................................................................................................10
South of L.T. Floodgate (G.M.) ..............................................................................................10
Delta Farms Area ..................................................................................................................10
G.M. Floodwall Gates Area ...................................................................................................11
LOOP Gate ............................................................................................................................11
News Media .................................................................................................................................11
USACE-N.O. District ......................................................................................................................12
Lower Mississippi Valley Div ........................................................................................................12
Notification Procedures ...............................................................................................................13
II.
Purpose
.....................................................................................................................................................14
III.
Emergency Procedures
Situational Designations ..............................................................................................................14
Responsibilities ............................................................................................................................14
IV.
Policy
.....................................................................................................................................................15
V.
Basic Floodgate Operations
Electrical Power Procedure ..........................................................................................................15
Generator Power Procedure ........................................................................................................16
Compressed Air Procedure ..........................................................................................................16
Procedural Changes in Operations ..............................................................................................16
Navigational Lock Operator Responsibilities ...............................................................................17
VI.
Basic Operations of Pump Stations
No. 8, 1,2,6,4, & 7
Procedures and Objectives ..........................................................................................................17
Color Code ...................................................................................................................................17
Pumping Equipment ....................................................................................................................28
Pump Station #1 ..........................................................................................................................28
Pump Station #2 ..........................................................................................................................19
Pump Station #6 ..........................................................................................................................19
Pump Station #4 ..........................................................................................................................19
Pump Station #7 ..........................................................................................................................20
List of P.S. Equipment ..................................................................................................................20
Maintenance Procedures .............................................................................................................21
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VII.
Emergency Procurement
Definitions ....................................................................................................................................22
Procedure ....................................................................................................................................22
VIII.
IT Disaster Recovery Plan ............................................................................................................23
Appendix “A” – Vehicle Equipment List .......................................................................................................25
South Lafourche Levee District ....................................................................................................27
Lake Borgne Basin Levee District .................................................................................................29
Plaquemines Parish ......................................................................................................................30
Appendix “B” – Office of Coastal Protection and Restoration ....................................................................37
Emergency Contact ......................................................................................................................39
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I. EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
All area codes are 985,
unless otherwise specified
Ronald Callais – President
gmrecept@alliedshipyard.com
Lula Auenson
475-7493
475-7890
691-1139
office
home
cell
475-6598
677-1312
home
cell
Monty Vegas
montyvegas@ymail.com
632-6990
632-6635
637-9117
office
home
cell
Bob Faulk
bayousupp@mobiletel.com
693-7279
696-8149
home
cell
Mitch Danos
632-2492
(504)289-3120
home
cell
Robert Eymard, Sr.
632-6166
632-6881
office
home
E. J. Gremillion
693-7891
693-3939
691-7891
(601)928-4664
office
home
cell
MS
Roy Gisclair
632-5519
691-2928
home
cell
Clarence Marts, Jr.
693-3924
691-2159
home
cell
632-7554
852-2084
325-7355
office
cell
home
EMPLOYEES
ADMINISTRATIVE
Windell A. Curole
wcurole@slld.net
General Manager/Executive Secretary
Mary Punch
Administrative Assistant 5
mpunch@slld.net
m.punch@live.com
693-4251
258-0917
home
cell
Amy Gisclair
Clerical Assistant
arandazzo@slld.net
696-3750
693-4141
cell
home
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Employees – Cont’d
FIELD OPERATIONS
Jimmy Badeaux
Levee Board Operations Superintendent
632-3236
791-1536
home
cell
Roland Berthelot Sr.
Operating Engineer Master
693-7252
791-3108
home
cell
Randy Pitre
Operating Engineer 2
632-4249
791-1308
home
cell
Franklin Picou
Mobile Equipment Operator 2
632-3084
791-1762
home
cell
Eric Chiasson
Levee Foreman B
475-7908
791-1657
home
cell
Kevin Terrebonne
Mobile Equipment Operator 2
475-6486
791-1857
home
cell
Kirk Matherne
Mobile Equipment Operator 2-Heavy
632-2507
791-3023
home
cell
Marti Martin
Mobile Equipment Operator 2-Heavy
693-7863
791-3001
home
cell
Brent Rodriguez
Mobile Equipment Operator 2
632-6858
791-1949
home
cell
Cody Guidry
Mobile Equipment Operator 2
665-0145
791-1407
home
cell
Franklin Picou
Mobile Equipment Operator 2
632-3084
791-1762
home
cell
Mark Barker
Mobile Equipment Operator 1-Heavy
693-8805
home
LOCK OPERATIONS
Nathan Mayet
Mobile Equipment Operator 1
632-5422
791-3273
home
cell
Nolan Boudreaux
Navigational Lock Operator 1
693-3004
258-0073
home
cell
Jerry Guidroz
Navigational Lock Operator 1
632-3779
home
Rodney Rousse
Navigational Lock Operator 1
632-3420
791-3273
home
cell
Ronald Cheramie
Navigational Lock Operator 1
632-3382
home
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FLOODGATE/OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
Leon Theriot Floodgate – Golden Meadow
Ted Gisclair Floodgate – Larose
Warehouse
Office
475-6233
798-7744
632-4299
632-7554
CIVIL DEFENSE
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers
Emergency Management Section
EOC Office
Emergency Operations Ctr.
(504)862-2358-24 hrs
(504)865-7944-fax
Emergency Manager
Mike Stack, Jr.
(504)862-2244-New Orleans
Natural Disaster Manager
(504)862-2244-New Orleans
Catastrophe Preparedness Manager
(504)862-2244-New Orleans
Emergency Specialist
Heath Jones
(504)862-2426
(504) 481-9699 Cell
Project Manager
Joey Wagner
Hebert.Joey.Wagner@usace.army.mil
Office of Public Works
Tom Atkinson (Acting Assist Sec)
William Fontenot
(504)868-1501-office
(504)214-0168-cell
(504)862-1525-fax
(225)274-4134-Baton Rouge
(337)262-6100-Lafayette
Dispatch Line
(Hurricane Emergency Status)
(225)379-2575-Baton Rouge
Office of Emergency Preparedness
parishpresident@lafourchegov.org
Charlotte Randolph
Windell A. Curole
wcurole@slld.net
Chris Boudreaux
chrisb@lafourchegov.org
(985) 446-8427 – Thibodaux
(985) 665-6651 – Cell
(985) 632-7554 – Office
(985) 852-2084 – Cell
(985) 537-7603- Ext.-6921
(985) 637-5195 – Cell
Lafourche Parish Fire District No. 1
Lafourche Parish Council Barn
Lafourche Parish Sheriff Office
(985) 632-8068
(985) 632-5670
(985) 798-2255
Greater Lafourche Port Commission
Fire Central
(Will notify Harbor Police)
Chief Jon Callais
(985) 632-6701
(985) 632-3911
(985) 632-5821
(985) 696-7443 cell
(985) 798-7887 home
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Civil Defense – Cont’d
Capt. Larry Terry
Sgt. Troy Dufrene
troyd@portfourchon.com
amandat@portfourchon.com
Amanda Terrebonne
Harbor Police Admin Coord. II
Town of Golden Meadow
Joey Bouzigard, Mayor
Garret Graves, CPRA
joey.bouziga@chouest.com
townofgm@mobiletel.com
garret@la.gov
jerome.zeringue@la.gov
Jerome Zeringue, OCPR
Incident Cmdr/Emergency Director
Steve Mathies, OCPR
Incident Cmdr
John Monzon, OCPR
Operations Coordinator
steve.mathies@la.gov
john.monzon@la.gov
(985) 696-5577 cell
(985) 532-5323 home
(985) 696-3650 cell
(985) 475-6200 home
(985) 291-3461
(985) 693-6909 home
(985) 475-5163
(985) 696-9030 – Cell
(985) 677-1252 – Cell
(225)342-7669 – Office
(225)342-3969 – Office
(985)709-1099 – Cell
(225) 342-3969 – Office
(225) 341-0701 – Cell
(225) 342-4501 – Office
(504) 432-7741 – Cell
Chris Knotts, OCPR
Operations Coordinator
chris.knotts@la.gov
(225) 342-6871 – Office
(225) 328-8987
Chris Williams
OCPR, Staff
chris.williams@la.gov
(225) 342-7549 – Office
(225) 603-8669 – Cell
Rick Raynie
OCPR Staff
rick.raynie@la.gov
(225) 342-9436
(225)266-8232
Kirk Rhinehart
OCPR Staff
kirk.rhinehart@la.gov
(225) 342-2179
(225) 278-8436
Luke LeBas
OCPR Staff
luke.bebas@la.gov
(225) 342-4102
(225) 966-8019
Bill Feazel
OCPR Staff
bill.feazel@la.gov
(225) 342-4641
(225) 247-8089
David Fruge
Corps Liaison
david.fruge@la.gov
(225) 342-7615
(225) 393-1414
Norwyn Johnson
Corps Liaison
morwyn.johnson@la.gov
(225) 342-0924
(225) 276-6164
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Civil Defense – Cont’d
State of Louisiana
Representative Jerry Gisclair
gisclairj@legis.st.la.us
(985)798-7707 – Office
(985)691-1313 - Cell
Senator Norby Chabert
chabertn@legis.st.la.us
(985) 858-2927 – Office
(985) 594-5024 – Office
(985) 232-9882
United States of America
Congressman Charlie Melancon
Luke Theriot
luke.theriot@mail.house.gov
Senator Mary Landrieu
Wes Kungel
Senator David Vitter
Rachel Perez
wes_kungel@landrieu.senate.gov
rachel_perez@vitter.senate.gov
(225)621-8490-Gonzales
(202)225-4031-Washington
(985) 369-7785 – Home
(985) 513-1559 - Cell
(225) 621-8490 - Office
(225) 205-9883 - Cell
(202)224-5824-Washington
(504)589-2427-New Orleans
(504) 589-2427 - Office
(202)224-4623-Washington
(504)589-2753-New Orleans
(225)383-0331-Baton Rouge
(225)389-0395-Baton Rouge
Levee Districts
Terrebonne Levee District
Reggie Dupre, Director
rdupre@tlcd.org
North Lafourche Levee District
Ronald Adams, President ra@racillc.com
Dwayne Bourgeois, Director dwayneb@nlcldd.com
Lafourche Basin Levee District
Randy Trosclair, Director
Atchafalaya Basin Levee District
Contact: William Tyson
Grand Isle Levee District
David Camardelle
(225) 265-7545 – Office
(985) 665-7583 – Cell
abldoff@aol.com
(225) 387-2249 – Office
togi@viscom.net
(985) 787-3196, 3197 - ofc
(985) 787-2633 – Home
(504) 382-3573 - Cell
rturner@355@aol.com
SE Louisiana Flood Prot. Author.-West
Susan Maclay, President
Gerald Spohrer, Chief of Operations Gerald.spohrer@wjld.com
Revised:
(985) 537-2244 – Office
(985) 447-4466 – Office
(985) 637-9411 – Cell
(985) 228-0052 - Cell
rtrosclair@charterinternet.com
SE Louisiana Flood Prot. Author.-East
Bob Turner Regional Director
(985) 868-8523 - Office
(985) 790-9902 - Cell
(504) 585-7200– Chaffe ofc
(504) 355-4100 – Office
(504-512-6330 – Cell
(504) 319-3719 – Office
504) 382-7107 – Cell
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TELEPHONE NOTIFICATION LIST
FOR
CLOSURE OF FLOODGATES AND FLOODWALL GATES
National Weather Service
(985) 649-0429, Slidell
U. S. Coast Guard
(985) 787-2135
(985) 787-3870
Lafourche Parish Sheriff Department
(985) 798-2255
South of Leon Theriot Lock (Golden Meadow)
Town of Grand Isle
Town Hall
(985) 787-3196-Grand Isle
Town of Golden Meadow
Clerk Office
(985) 475-7942
Greater Lafourche Port Commission
(985) 632-6701
(985) 632-6703
The Seafood Shed II
George Terrebonne
(985) 475-6252
(985) 691-3454
Griffin Seafood Co.
Archie Dantin
(985) 396-2453-Leeville
(985) 232-2463
Tidewater Docks
Donald Vizier, Manager
(985) 475-5000
(985) 632-7129-home
Exxon Mobile Petroleum Co.
Dispatcher
(985) 787-5251-Grand Isle
Paulette Duet (Cajun Resorts)
(985) 475-5179
Dean Blanchard Seafood
Dean Blanchard. Owner
(985) 787-3464 -office
(504) 382-0141 –cell
Delta Farms Area
Locap Inc.
(225)265-8355-St. James
Texas Eastern
(985)693-3184
(800)231-7794
Central Crude
(985)532-7172-Valentine
(337)436-1000-Lafayette
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Delta Farms Area – Cont’d
EXXON Pipeline Company
Benton Arcement
(985) 537-4800
(985) 537-4827
W. K. Mercer
813 East 2nd Street/106 Mercer Rd.
(985) 693-3007
Donald Vizier
(Tidewater Dock)
(985) 475-5000-GM
(985) 798-7900-Larose
(985) 632-7129-home
GOLDEN MEADOW FLOODWALL GATES AREA
Louviere Lane Gate
Azimuth Energy, LLC
Tommy Lovell
(409)651-6572-cell
Boat Launch Lane Gate
O’Neill Oil Company
(Addie Easerman)
(985) 475-5020
Texaco Floodwall Gate
Apache Oil Company
Production Dept
(985) 475-5709
(985) 475-5154
LOOP Gate
LOOP Inc. Operations
LOOP Inc. Guard House
LOOP Inc. Emergency
(985) 632-6970
(985) 632-5856
(985) 632-6969
NEWS MEDIA
KLEB/KLRZ (Coastal Broadcasting)
Vision Communications
W D S U, Ch 6
WWL-TV, Ch 4
Daily Comet
Lafourche Gazette
Morning Advocate
Times Picayune
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(985) 798-7792
(985) 693-4111
(504) 679-0600-New Orleans
(504) 529-4444-New Orleans
(985) 448-7600
(985) 693-7229
(800) 960-6397
(225) 388-0638
(504) 826-3333
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KEY PERSONNEL FOR EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
Reporting Serious Flooding Events and Other
Disastrous Occurrences During Duty and Non-Duty Hours
NEW ORLEANS DISTRICT, CORPS OF ENGINEERS
NAME-POSITION
New Orleans District:
OFFICE
HOME
(Normal Working Hrs – Flex Time)
7:00 am - 5:30 pm Mon-Fri
Mike Stack, Jr.
Natural Disaster Manager
mstack@dotd.louisiana.gov
(504) 862-2244
Chris Accardo
Chief, Operations Div
(504) 862-2328
Thomas Holden
Civilian Deputy
(504) 862-2204
Maude.T.Johnson@usace.army.mil
Maude Johnson
Local Gov Liaison, Lafourche Parish
(504) 862-1907
(504) 920-9721 – Cell
(225) 288-1745 - Cell
(504) 250-3903 (cell)
Jehu.B.Johnson@usace.army.mil
Jehu Johnson
Local Gov Liaison, Lafourche Parish
Mississippi Valley Division:
Emergency Management (Main)
(601)634-5000
Mr. David Sills
Chief, Emergency Management Branch
(601)634-5026
Mike Stewart
(601)634-7308
Mississippi Valley – Vicksburg:
Bill Latham
Chief, Emergency Management Branch
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NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES
Any District employee who discovers or is notified of an oil spill or hazardous substance release shall notify one of the
NOD emergency personnel listed below, commencing from the top of the list, who will then be responsible for
notifying the other agencies listed below:
NOD Emergency Personnel:
Natural Disaster Manager
Mike Stack, Jr.
mstack@dotd.louisiana.gov
Regional Response Team
E.FRED SCHILLING,III
(504) 862-2244
(504) 862-2321
(504) 737-6868
Emergency Manager
Mike Stack, Jr.
(504) 862-2244
Chief/Operations Division
CHRIS ACCARDO
(504) 862-2328
Civilian Deputy
THOMAS HOLDEN
(504) 862-2204
Assistant Chief/Operations Div
Jerry Colletti
(504) 862-2328 or 282-6212
Deputy District
CMDR MAJ Mark Jernigan
(504) 862-2204
NOD Emergency Personnel then notifies each below:
National Response Center (NCR)
UNITED STATES COAST GUARD
WASHINGTON, DC
1-800-424-8802 (24 HOURS)
USCG Eighth District
500 POYDRAS STREET
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70130
1-504-589-6225 (24 HOURS)
Environmental Protection Agency
REGION 6
1445 Ross Ave
DALLAS, TX 75270
1-214-665-6444 (General)
1-214-665-6428 (HazMat)
1-800-887-6063 (Toll Free)
LA Dept of Environmental Quality
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL DIVISION
P O BOX 44066
BATON ROUGE, LA 70806
1-225-342-1234 (24 HOURS)
MVD Emergency Management Personnel:
EMERGENCY MANAGER, DAVID SILLS
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OFFICE
HOME
(601)634-5026
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II. PURPOSE
In order to insure a plan of action when a hurricane emergency exists, this plan has been formulated. It is based
primarily on the experiences gained during Hurricane Juan, October l985.
The procedures listed here are an outline of action. Any procedure may be deleted or altered upon thoughtful
response to the immediate situation. Such deviation may occur after concurrence of the Emergency Manger and any
Board Member.
III. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
SITUATIONAL DESIGNATIONS
ALERT
Depression or hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico, all employees are to keep the General Manger informed of their
location 24 hours a day. Employees prepare personal affairs.
STAND-BY
Hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico within 300 miles of New Orleans, all employees be prepared for 24 hr. on-duty work.
HURRICANE ACTION
In the event of imminent landfall of hurricane, employees are to take action wherever necessary under the direction of
General Manager or designated manager.
RESPONSIBILITIES
1.
ALERT
General Manager contacts all employees.
2.
All fuel tanks are checked at pump stations.
3.
All gates are tested for obstructions or malfunctions.
No. of Gates Location
1
Golden Meadow Floodgate
1
Larose Floodgate
3
Golden Meadow Floodwall
(Apache Dock, Golden Meadow Boat Launch, Nicol Lane)
2
Larose Floodwall (Delta Farm Road, Boat Yard)
9
Drainage gates - Larose Floodwall
4.
All businesses are contacted which are outside of floodwalls and floodgates.
5.
Watch is established at Golden Meadow Floodgate.
6.
Take remedial action to protect any substandard levee.
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Responsibilities – cont’d
1.
STAND-BY
The Golden Meadow and Larose Floodgate will be closed when the water level reaches 1.0 feet.
2.
Prior to closing the gates the U. S. Coast Guard, KLRZ Radio, Vision Communications, WWL, WDSU, WVUE
and business will be contacted.
3.
Preparation of Hesco* and fill material baskets at:
a. LA 1 Leon Theriot Floodgate area
b. LA 24 Larose lift span bridge area
c. LOOP wall
*Hesco baskets should be replaced every three to four years as part of a routine maintenance plan.
HURRICANE ACTION
As the situation demands, plan will be under the direction of the General Manager.
See also, Disaster Recovery Plan, Section VIII.
IV. POLICY
It is the goal of the South Lafourche Levee District to maintain the water level below a +1.0 ft. elevation. When the
gauge at the Golden Meadow Floodgate reaches +1.0 ft. the gates will be closed. The gates at the Golden Meadow
Floodwalls will also be closed. When the gauge at the Larose Floodgate reaches +1.0 feet, the floodgate will be closed.
All other gates must be monitored closely and closed as directed by the General Manager or designee.
As of January 2008 new elevations have been adjusted and corrected markers added at all pump stations. The South
Lafourche Levee District maintains an elevation of -6 ft in levee district borrow canals.
V. BASIC OPERATION OF FLOODGATES
Golden Meadow and Larose Procedures and Objectives
STEP #1 ELECTRICAL POWER PROCEDURE
When electricity is available, the floodgates will run with electric motors.
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ACTION NO. 1
Verify that floodgate breaker switch is in ON position.
ACTION NO. 2
Turn master switches of two leaf motors (#1 and #2 electric motors) to ON
position.
ACTION NO. 3
Go to main panel and turn both knobs to "CLOSE".
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V. Basic Operations of Floodgates – cont’d
STEP #2 GENERATOR POWER PROCEDURE
When electrical power is not available, the procedure for generator power is followed.
ACTION NO. 1
Switch the master breaker from shore power to generator power.
ACTION NO. 2
Check water, oil, battery, and fuel for the generator. Fill if necessary.
ACTION NO. 3
Complete all maintenance procedures.
ACTION NO. 4
Press starter button on the main panel.
ACTION NO. 5
Allow generator to run until warm.
ACTION NO. 6
Circuit breaker located on the front of the generator marked "CIRCUIT
BREAKER" to be in the ON position.
ACTION NO. 7
Panel is ready for operation.
ACTION NO. 8
Turn knobs to "CLOSE" position, as in the electrical power procedure.
STEP #3 COMPRESSED AIR PROCEDURE (LAST RESORT METHOD)
This procedure requires the use of nitrogen gas from bottles.
ACTION NO. 1
Open three or more bottles of nitrogen to add pressure to the lines.
ACTION NO. 2
Open the ball valve on the gas line.
ACTION NO. 3
Opening the valve will give supply to the control lever which is also on the gas
line.
ACTION NO. 4
Pull the control lever and the gate will open.
NOTE: This procedure will close gate one side at a time.
When using the compressed air procedure, a boat is required to open and close the Golden Meadow floodgate to
access the EAST side.
Before gates are opened, an inspection of Bayou Lafourche should be made for obstructions and boat traffic.
When gates are closed, tidal readings can be obtained at any time by telephone from a computer monitoring
system.
PROCEDURAL CHANGES IN FLOODGATE OPERATIONS
When the floodgates are closed our schedule to open will not be less than one hour between openings.
Every eight to twelve hours during floodgate’s operations, the screws will be tightened on the drum housing. Locks
will be placed on the control handles to insure that no accidental operations lead to an injury. Siphon will be
engaged to lower the water level in Bayou Lafourche.
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NAVIGATIONAL LOCK OPERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES (LOCK MASTERS)
•
Monitor water levels and keep tides north of the lock below +1 ft
•
Close gates when tide rises to +1 ft and operates lock until tide recedes below +1 ft.
•
Monitor Larose area and inform supervisors when Larose floodgate needs to be closed
•
Monitor and control marine traffic using the facility and operate controls to open and close the locks to
ensure safe and quick passage of marine traffic
•
Inform vessels of their responsibilities while inside the locks
•
Inform Harbor Police and / or Coast Guard of any accidents or incidents
•
In the event of an approaching named storm, the Lock Master will vacate the facility upon the arrival of
field operations personnel who will take over during the storm
•
Keep records of lockage, traffic, tide, wind, weather and other required data
•
Monitor function and performance of all equipment and machinery associated with the lock to ensure
safe and dependable operation.
•
Assist in maintenance and repairs when necessary
•
Check for damage to the lock structure and report to proper authorities
VI.
BASIC OPERATION OF PUMP STATIONS NO. 8, 1, 2, 6, 4 & 7
Procedures and Objectives
Always start fans whenever pumps will be operated. Controls for these fans can be located on the panel, next to
circuit breaker box. Before starting engine, oil and water must be checked and filled if necessary.
The oil for these engines is any 40 weight diesel oil. Coolant must also be added to radiator, if necessary.
The first step in starting engine requires the placing of the automatic oil switch to the ON position.
COLOR CODE
Pump Station No. 8
The red lever on top of the engine should be pulled toward you and the blue switch next to it pulled up. At this time,
the yellow bar should be pushed away from you. Now that your oil switch is on, the throttle should be placed at half
speed, and starter lever should be pulled up located on airline along floor. The engine will now start. Run engine to
warm up before placing power take-off in gear.
Stopping the engine - with the engine running slowly, disengage the power take-off. When power take-off stops
turning, the engines can be stopped.
Pump Station No. 1
The blue handle located on top of the engine should be pulled toward you, and the red switch next to it should be
pulled up. At this time, the yellow bar should be pushed away from you, to lock oil switch on.
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Pump Station (Color Codes) – cont’d
Pump Station No. 2
The blue handle located on top of the engine should be pulled toward you, and the red switch next to it should be
pulled up. At this time, the yellow bar should be pushed away from you, to lock oil switch on.
Pump Station No. 6
The blue handle located on top of the engine should be pulled toward you, and the red switch next to it should be
pulled up. At this time, the yellow bar should be pushed away from you, to lock
oil switch on.
Pump Station No. 4
The blue handle located on top of the engine and the red switch should be pulled toward you. At this time, the yellow
bar should be pushed toward you, to lock oil switch on.
Pump Station No. 7
The blue handle located on top of the engine and the red switch should be pulled toward you. At this time, the yellow
bar should be pushed toward you, to lock oil switch on.
PUMPING EQUIPMENT (Procedures to Operate)
•
Once the engine has warmed up, the power take-off lever should be pulled back in order to engage.
•
Power take-off is located in the rear of the engine. It is the big lever.
•
Always check oil in gear head. Oil for gear head is Regal 32.
•
When throttle reaches desired speed the siphon valves on the discharge lines should be closed.
•
At Pump Station No. 8, this is done by manually shutting valve on the discharge line.
•
At Pump Station No. 1, this is done by placing switch for siphon valves on "hand".
•
Following this procedure should bring the engines to maximum pumping efficiency.
•
During operation, pumps and gear head should be greased and checked every four hours.
•
When you have reached the minimum water level, the engines rpm should be reduced and power take-off
disengaged. Engines can now be stopped.
•
Whenever engines are not run on a regular basis, the oil, water, and the grease fittings should be checked on
a weekly schedule.
How to operate Pump Station No. 1
•
Check oil in engines and gear heads.
•
Check and open all siphon breakers (hand).
•
Red light located back of generator on the wall should be on.
•
Start engines, put power take-off on advance to 1200 rpm; run for one minute at 1200 rpm; increase rpm to
1500; wait for one minute and increase the rpm to full speed.
•
Wait one minute then close (off position) siphon breaker.
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Pumping Equipment – cont’d
•
Red light should be off.
•
Set to the speed desired.
•
Grease gear head by operating pump hand as described on the grease pump. Check level of grease in the
greasing pump by measuring rod.
•
Turn on the fans.
How to operate Pump Station No. 2
•
Check oil in engines and gear heads.
•
Make sure all siphon breakers are off (green light on)
•
The green light is located between motors on hand railings.
•
Start engines; set rpm to 500 to 700; turn power take-off on. Run for 1 minute.
•
Increase rpm to 1500, run for 1 minute.
•
Increase rpm to 1700, run for 1 minute; close the siphon breaker (red light on).
•
Set rpm to desired speed.
•
Grease gear head.
•
Turn on the fans.
How to operate Pump Station No. 6
•
Check oil in engines and gear heads.
•
Make sure all siphon breakers are off.
•
Start engines; set rpm to 500 to 700; turn power take-off on. Run for 1 minute.
•
Increase rpm to 1500, run for 1 minute.
•
Increase rpm to 1700, run for 1 minute; close the siphon breaker (green light on).
•
Set rpm to desired speed.
•
Grease gear head.
•
Turn on the fans.
How to operate Pump Station No. 4
•
Check oil in engines and gear heads.
•
Make sure all siphon breakers are off.
•
Start engines; set rpm to 500 to 700; turn power take-off on. Run for 1 minute.
•
Increase rpm to 1500, run for 1 minute.
•
Increase rpm to 1700, run for 1 minute; close the siphon breaker (green light on).
•
Set rpm to desired speed.
•
Grease gear head.
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Pumping Equipment – cont’d
How to operate Pump Station No. 7
•
Check oil in engines and gear heads.
•
Make sure all siphon breakers are off.
•
Start engines; set rpm to 500 to 700; turn power take-off on. Run for 1 minute.
•
Increase rpm to 1500, run for 1 minute.
•
Increase rpm to 1700, run for 1 minute; close the siphon breaker (green light on).
•
Set rpm to desired speed.
•
Grease gear head.
•
Turn on the fans.
List of Pump Station Equipment
Pump Station No. 8
(2)17,000 (GPM) GALLON PER MINUTE PUMPS
(2) MODEL V8-DETROIT DIESEL
(1) GENERATOR (EMERGENCY USE)
(1) AIR COMPRESSOR
Pump Station No. 1
(4) 50,000 GPM PUMPS
(1) 30,000 GPM PUMP WITH V8-DETROIT DIESEL
(1) GENERATOR (EMERGENCY USE)
(2) AIR COMPRESSORS (60 PSI OR GREATER)
Pump Station No. 2
(5) 50,000 GPM PUMPS
(5) DETROIT DIESEL V16-71
(1) 30,000 GPM PUMP WITH ELECTRIC MOTOR
(1) GENERATOR (EMERGENCY USE)
(2) AIR COMPRESSORS (60 PSI OR GREATER)
Pump Station No. 6
(6) 50,000 GPM PUMPS
(6) DETROIT DIESEL V16-71
(1) 30,000 GPM PUMP
(1) MODEL V8-DETROIT DIESEL
(1) GENERATOR (EMERGENCY USE)
(2) AIR COMPRESSORS
Pump Station No. 4
(5) 50,000 GPM PUMPS
(4) DETROIT DIESEL V16-71
(1) GENERATOR
(2) AIR COMPRESSORS
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Pump Station Equipment – Cont’d
Pump Station No. 7
(4) 50,000 GPM PUMPS
(4) DETROIT DIESEL V16-71
(1) GENERATOR
(2) AIR COMPRESSORS
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
One person shall be designated by the Levee Maintenance Superintendent to oversee routine and preventive
maintenance procedures of pump station equipment, including the following:
1)
Regularly check engine oil in all engines (40 weight diesel oil)
2)
Regularly check fluid in radiator (use coolant-antifreeze
3)
Regularly check gear head oil (Regal 32 oil)
4)
Regularly check batteries
5)
Regularly check compressor oil (Terresic 150 oil)
6)
Grease all fittings
7)
Change oil and fuel filters regularly, every 250 to 300 hours
8)
Operate generators once per week with electrical power turned on
9)
Drain water out of air tank - once per month
10)
Check fuel gauges on fuel tanks on a regular basis. Fuel should be purchased when level of gauge registers
below the half way mark.
11)
Regularly check and replace belts every three (3) years or at the first signs of wear
12)
Check on a weekly basis to ensure auto shut-off is working property and that nothing is obstructing normal
operations
13)
Alternate the air compressors on a weekly basis
14)
Complete all necessary tasks, or get help to complete the job
only)
Weather and water elevations determine when the employee on-call is to start up pump.
In addition, the employee on call shall immediately report any maintenance problems or concerns to the designated
maintenance person and to the Levee Maintenance Supervisor. The Levee Maintenance Supervisor will follow-up to
ensure everything has been handled properly.
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VII. EMERGENCY PROCUREMENT
State of Louisiana Purchasing Procedures to Follow During a Disaster
Emergencies
Contracts can be awarded in emergency situations without the advertising for bids; notice of the emergency must be
advertised in the official journal within 10 days after declaration.
Act 828 of 2003 added “Extreme Public Emergency” which is defined as a catastrophic event that causes the loss of a
quorum to certify an emergency prior to making expenditures to acquire material, supplies, or make repairs to protect
life, property or continued function of the public entity. The declaration of an extreme public emergency must be
published within 10 days of the declaration or as soon thereafter as practicable.
R.S. 38:2211 Definitions
(6)(a) "Emergency" means an unforeseen mischance bringing with it destruction or injury of life or
property or the imminent threat of such destruction or injury or as the result of an order from any judicial body to
take any immediate action which requires construction or repairs absent compliance with the formalities of this
Part, where the mischance or court order will not admit of the delay incident to advertising as provided in this Part.
In regard to a municipally owned public utility, an emergency shall be deemed to exist and the public entity may
negotiate as provided by R.S. 38:2212(D) for the purchase of fuel for the generation of its electric power where the
public entity has first advertised for bids as provided by this Part but has failed to receive more than one bid.
(b) An "extreme public emergency" means a catastrophic event which causes the loss of ability to obtain a
quorum of the members necessary to certify the emergency prior to making the expenditure to acquire materials
or supplies or to make repairs necessary for the protection of life, property, or continued function of the public
entity.
PROCEDURE
R.S. 38:2212 Advertisement and Letting to Lowest Responsible Bidder
D.(1)(a) This Section shall not apply in cases of public emergency where such emergency has been
certified to by the public entity and notice of such public emergency shall, within ten days thereof, be published in
the official journal of the public entity proposing or declaring such public emergency.
(b)(i) This Section shall not apply in the event that an extreme public emergency occurs.
(ii) The president of the police jury, the president of the parish council, the mayor of the
municipality, or a person designated to act on behalf of the governing authority of any other political
subdivision, shall declare that an extreme emergency exists and shall cause such declaration to be
published in the official journal within ten days or as soon as practicable thereafter.
(2) Limitations. (a) Every contract negotiated by a public entity under the authority of this Subsection
shall be supported by a written determination and findings by the public entity justifying use of the authority. (b)
When contract action under this authority is taken pursuant to telephone or other oral offers, a written
confirmation of the accepted offer shall be obtained and made a part of the contract case file. In addition,
whenever contract action is taken as authorized by this Subsection, a record shall be established by the public
entity which shall contain, as a minimum, the following information with respect to each offer: a description of the
work to be performed, the name and address of each offeror quoting, and the performance time and terms of
each offer. If quotations lower than the accepted quotations are received, the reasons for their rejection shall be
recorded and made a part of the contract case file. Such records shall be retained for a minimum of six years
following the purchase or completion of the public work.
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VIII. IT Disaster Recovery Plan
The South Lafourche Levee District, recognizing its operational dependency on computer systems, the internet and
e-Mail, and the potential loss of operational control that may occur in the event of a disaster, has authorized the
preparation and implementation of a comprehensive disaster recovery plan.
This plan is devised to ensure every effort to regain normal operational duties will be made in the event of an
emergency or disaster. Key personnel will be responsible for various aspects of the plan.
IT Equipment
• 1 – File Server
• 4 – Desktop Workstations
• 1 – Laptop Workstation
• 1 – Multi-purpose copier (fax)
• 3 – Stand alone printers
• 1 – External hard drive
Outsourced Sites
• www.slld.net
o Currently hosted by Wyith Inc., dba Domain Avenue (www.domainavenue.com)
o All website files and photos are stored on the server and backed up daily
• www.venyu.com
o Offsite backup, storage and recovery site located in Baton Rouge, LA
Data Recovery Team
• Windell Curole (WC) – Cell: 852-2084 or 696-2084
• Mary Punch (MP) – Home: 693-4251 Cell: 258-0917
• Amy Gisclair (AG) – Home: 693-4141
Cell: 696-3750
• Jimmy Badeaux (JB) – Home: 632-3236
Cell: 696-0969
Responsibilities of Team Members
Information Technology
Data: All data is stored on a File Server located in the front file room behind the receptionist’s
area. Daily backups occur nightly through Data Vault (www.venyu.com) and once per week.
Laptop: (MP) A spare laptop has been designated and prepared specifically for restoring data and
working until normal operations resume. Business Works Gold (Accounting Software) has been
installed on the “recovery” laptop to ensure payroll and accounting processes are resumed
immediately. In the event of an approaching storm, the laptop will be updated with the latest
accounting information and taken to an offsite location, along with any supplies needed to
ensure continued operations of Levee District business.
Computer Equipment: (WC, JB, MP) Technical equipment should be unplugged and moved to the
highest possible location out of the reach of approaching flood waters. If time allows, equipment
should be wrapped in plastic, vinyl or other water proof material (WPM). Equipment that is too
large or heavy to move should be wrapped and sealed in WPM. Laptop should be removed from
building and taken to an offsite location.
Desks: (AG) All files and/or paperwork should be returned to their proper file systems and desks
cleared of small items. Items that cannot be moved should be covered in WPM.
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Disaster Recovery – Cont’d
Files: (AG) Boxed or open files (binders, books, etc.) should be placed in plastic or water proof
containers and placed on the highest shelves possible. All file cabinets should be closed, and file
room doors shut before exiting building.
Digital files stored on CDs will be transported to an offsite location.
Recovery Process
Restoring Data
Equipment: Presuming the building and all contents are lost, data should be restored by
contacting:
Venyu Headquarters
7127 Florida Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
Toll-free: 866 978-3698
Phone: 225 214-3800
Fax: 225 215-3849
Recoverable Files: All digitized photos and slides; Capital Projects invoices; digital audio
recordings, and any other files stored on CDs (documents, photos, presentations, etc.)
Non-recoverable Files: Any and all hard copies not stored electronically including, but not limited
to General and Administrative Correspondence, Personnel, Payroll, General Funds invoicing,
Corps Correspondence and Projects, Capital Outlay, Legal Contracts and Agreements, and
Financial.
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While every effort to achieve the best possible solution for backup and recovery has been made, the South
Lafourche Levee District is limited in those improvements. Improvements will be added as they become available.
Miscellaneous Preparations
Imaged Data: (MP, AG) Data from Capital Projects invoice files is currently being converted to
PDF format. These digital files are backed up and stored at an offsite location, currently Data
Vault, in the event of an emergency situation.
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APPENDIX “A”
Vehicle Equipment Lists
• Plaquemines Parish Government
• South Lafourche Levee District
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South Lafourche Levee District
Equipment List for
Emergency Loan Outs
UPDATED:
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Year Pur.
Condition
(Good/Fair/Poor)
Model 1900 Ford Tractor
1982
F
6' x 10' Utility Trailer
1992
P
14' Aluminum Boat
1996
G
New Holland Tractor
2000
G
33 hp
Excavator
2000
G
Kobelco 36" & 60" buckets; 60 ft. reach
2002 Chev Silverado
2001
G
Ford Loader
2001
F
1997 GMC Truck
2002
F
1993 GMC Sierra Truck
2002
F
1980 GMC Dump Truck
2002
F
1997 Ford F250 Truck
2004
G
2004 New Holland Tractor
2004
G
75HP Mercury Outboard Motor
2004
G
16ft. Alum. Mud Boat w/trailer
2004
G
1999 Dodge Ram Pickup 4 x 4
2005
G
2005 Chev Silverado
2005
G
Small Excavator
2005
G
1990 Int'l Dump Truck
2005
G
Description
Large electric motors (2)
32 hp
100 hp
Kobelco SK70 - 15 ft. reach
G
250 hp each
90 hp
2006 John Deere Tractor
2006
G
2001 Dodge Ram 1500
2006
G
2007 Boat Trailer-Magic Tilt
2007
G
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SLLD Equipment to Loan – Cont’d
2007 Massey Furguson Tractor
2007
G
2001 Dodge Ram
2007
G
John Bean Rio Pumping Unit
2007
G
Gravely 260H XDZ W/31
2008
G
Crawler Excavator
2008
G
6330 Cab Tractor
2008
G
Utility Trailer
2008
G
Z-trailer
Bush Hog
2008
G
Fexwing rotar
2002 Chevy Pickup
2008
G
Boat Trailer
2008
G
48" Forks
2008
G
Kobelco SK60 Excavator
2008
G
Pintle Hitch Trailer
2009
G
Crawler Excavator
2009
G
Ditch cleaning bucket
2009 Dodge 2500 Quad Cab
2009
G
New truck
Komatsu D39P-22 Bulldozer
2010
G
New dozer
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Lake Borgne Basin Levee District
Equipment List - May 1, 2009
Equipment
Model
Description
Make
Capacity
Year
QTY
Back Hoe
Back Hoe
Back Hoe
LB-110.3
590 Super L - 99Hp
590
Rubber Tire
Rubber Tire
Rubber Tire
New Holland
Case
Case
1.5 CY Bucket
1.75 CY Bucket
1.5 CY Bucket
2004
1998
2009
1
1
1
Boat - Air
425 HP
15' x 71/2'
1998
1
Boat - Flat
90 HP O/B
20' x 7'
Diamond Back
Alum Weld
Flat Boat
1997
1
Bulldozer
Bulldozer
Bulldozer
550 - 67 Hp
D5G
D5B
Wide Track
LGP
Fixed Blade
Case
Caterpillar
Caterpillar
2000
2005
1
1
1
20" Bar
36" Bar
Stihl
Stihl
2006
2006
4
1
Chain Saw
Chain Saw
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
L-9000
4900
Tandem
Tandem
Ford
International
16 Cu Yd
12 Cu Yd
1992
1989
1
1
Equipment Trailer
Equipment Trailer
20DT
70SDGN
20,000 LB
5th. Wheel
Interstate
Interstate
20,000 LB
70,000 LB
2000
2008
1
1
Excavator
SK250
60' Long Rch
Kobelco
2007
1
Tractor Trk
MFL 800
5th Wheel
Ford
1993
1
Torche & Tanks
Welding Mach
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250
Portable / Stick
Miller Bobcat
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2007
1
PLAQUEMINES PARISH GOVERNMENT
VEHICLE EQUIPMENT LIST
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page No.
ii
Clerk II
Diesel Mechanics
ii
Dump Truck Drivers
ii
Foremen
ii
Gradall Operator
ii
Heavy Equipment Operators
iii
Grader Operators
iii
Helpers
iii
Lowboy Drivers
iv
Marsh Buggy Operator
iv
Secretary
iv
Superintendent
iv
Supervisor
iv
Surveyors
iv
Vac Truck Operator
v
Welder
v
PICKUP TRUCK ASSIGNMENTS
v
SPARE EQUIPMENT
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CLERK II
UNIT #
1)
DESCRIPTION
N/A
ASSIGNED TO
McCoy, Sarah
DIESEL MECHANICS:
UNIT #
1)
2)
3)
2A-14
2B-12
2A-02
DESCRIPTION
2004 F250XL Ford Pickup, 300 HP, 8 Cyl.
2007 F450 Ford Service Pickup
2003 Ford 250XL 3/4 Ton Pickup, 300 HP, 8 Cyl.
ASSIGNED TO
Olson, Robin
Palestina, Albert
Sylve, Gilbert
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS:
UNIT #
1)
2)
3)
58-95
58-96
58-97
4)
5C-42
5)
5D-06
6)
2B-97
DESCRIPTION
1997 Mack Dump Truck, 450 HP, 6 Cyl., 12 Yd. Capacity
1997 Mack Dump Truck, 450 HP, 6 Cyl., 12 Yd. Capacity
1997 Mack Dump Truck, 450 HP, 6 Cyl., 12 Yd. Capacity
2005 Freightliner M2 Dump Truck, 350 HP, 6 Cyl., 14 Yd.
Capacity
2005 International 7600 Dump Truck, 370 HP, 6 Cyl., 12
Yd. Capacity
2009 Dodge Pickup to HD Reg Cab, 2 WD, W/8 Ft. Dump
Bed
ASSIGNED TO
Tugwell, Arlington
Barthelemy, Myron
Flemings, Gabriel
Randall, Calvin
Parker, Clement
Spare
FOREMEN:
UNIT #
1)
2)
3)
2A-79
2A-38
29-77
DESCRIPTION
2005 F150 Ford Pickup, 231 HP, 8 Cyl.
2005 1/2 Ton Dodge Crew Cab Pickup, 345 HP, 8 Cyl.
2002 1/2 Ton Chevrolet Pickup, 185 HP, 6 Cyl.
ASSIGNED TO
Taylor, Nathan
Burrle, Jr., Emmett
Buras, Quentin
GRADALL OPERATOR:
UNIT #
1)
5B-70
DESCRIPTION
2003 XL4100 Gradall Excavator, Front 245 HP/ Rear 200
HP
ASSIGNED TO
Brooks, Randy
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HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
A. DOZERS:
UNIT #
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
59-14
5A-28
5B-07
5B-10
5D-10
5D-11
5E-93
DESCRIPTION
1996 D5 HXL Cat. Dozer, 120 HP
1998 450G John Deere Dozer, 70 HP
2001 450H John Deere Dozer, 75 HP
2001 D5M LGP Cat. Dozer, 110 HP
2005 D41-P-6C Komatsu Dozer, 105 HP, 4 Cyl.
2005 D41-P-6C Komatsu Dozer, 105 HP, 4 Cyl.
2008 D6K LGP Dozer, 125 HP
ASSIGNED TO
Parker, Rodney
Smith, Yon
Gabriel, Wade
Parker, Oliver
Fitte, Christopher
St. Ann, Byron
Sylve, Eric
B. EXCAVATORS:
UNIT #
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
59-17
5A-29
5B-68
5C-57
5C-62
5C-78
5C-79
5D-07
5D-08
10)
11)
5D-09
5E-06
12)
5E-61
DESCRIPTION
1995 315L Cat. Excavator, 99 HP
1998 315L Cat. Excavator, 99 HP, Bucket 7/8 Yd.
2003 334D Mini Bobcat Excavator, 40 HP
2005 Daewoo S225 LLCV Excavator, 148 HP
2005 Daewoo S300LC-V Long Reach Excavator, 197 HP
2005 SK210 Kobelco Excavator, 148 HP, 6 Cyl.
2005 SK210 Kobelco Excavator, 148 HP, 6 Cyl.
2005 Daewoo Solar 300HG-V Crawler Excavator, 197 HP
2005 Daewoo 225LG_V Excavator, 148 HP, 6 Cyl.
2005 Daewoo Solar 225LG-V Long Reach Excavator, 148
HP, 6 Cyl.
2007 New Hyundai 160LC-7 Hydraulic Excavator
2007 Yanmar VI045 Mini Excavator, Rubber Track, 26" &
42" Bucket
ASSIGNED TO
Landry, Larry
Jackson, Robert
Mitchell, Bernard
Gould, Robert
Badalamenti, Joseph
Williams, Leroy
Brooks, Bradford
Sylve, Lawrence
McCurdy, Darren
Ragas, Dan
Franklin, Reginald
Anderson, Darren
C. GRADER OPERATORS:
UNIT #
1)
5D-14
DESCRIPTION
2005 Komatsu GD555-3 Grader, 145 HP, 6 Cyl.
ASSIGNED TO
Lafrance, Jurea
HELPERS:
UNIT #
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
DESCRIPTION
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
ASSIGNED TO
Arendt, Michael
Isidore, Donavan
Smith, Jewel
Lafrance, Kenneth
Williams, Toccara
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LOWBOY DRIVERS:
UNIT #
DESCRIPTION
1)
5E-91
2008 International Lowboy, 535 HP, 6 Cyl.
2)
5E-10
5C-21
5B-69
59-99
59-38
2007 Eager Beaver 60 GSL 3 Lowboy Trailer, 120,000 Cap.
2004 Sterling Lowboy, 450 HP, 6 Cyl.
2003 Kayln Detachable 3 Axle Mechanical Trailer,
120,000 Cap.
1998 International Lowboy, 410 HP, 6 Cyl.
1997 Blackhawk Trailer, 100,000 Cao,
UNIT #
DESCRIPTION
3)
ASSIGNED TO
Ancar, Jody
Cox, William
Collins, Delton
MARSH
BUGGY:
1)
59-15
1996 325BL Cat. Excavator Marsh Buggy, 168 HP
ASSIGNED TO
Smith, Walter
SECRETARY:
UNIT #
1)
DESCRIPTION
N/A
ASSIGNED TO
Arendt, Kathleen M.
SUPERINTENDENT:
UNIT #
1)
2A-64
DESCRIPTION
2006 F250 Ford Larian Super Duty, 3/4 Ton, 4 Wheel
Drive, 310 HP, 8 Cyl.
ASSIGNED TO
Pons, Jr., Carroll
SUPERVISOR:
UNIT #
1)
2B-51
DESCRIPTION
2008 Dodge Ram Pickup, 300 HP, 8 Cyl.
ASSIGNED TO
Carollo, Dominick
SURVEYORS & PARTY CHIEF:
1)
2)
3)
4)
UNIT #
DESCRIPTION
2B-35
70-09
2007 Ford Expedition, 330 HP, 8 Cyl.
2005 John Deere ATV
Surveyor II
Surveyor I
ASSIGNED TO
Party Chief - Duane Cullum
Hebert, Gerard
Lee, Lance
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VAC TRUCK OPERATOR:
1)
UNIT #
DESCRIPTION
59-51
1998 Vac Com Truck, 276 HP, 6 Cyl.
ASSIGNED TO
VACANT
WELDER:
UNIT #
1)
2A-99
DESCRIPTION
2006 1 Ton F450 Super Duty Ford Pickup, 252 HP, 8 Cyl.
ASSIGINED TO
Acy, Steve
PICKUP TRUCK ASSIGNMENTS
UNIT #
DESCRIPTION
28-49
29-56
29-57
1997 1 Ton F350 Ford Pickup, 252 HP, 8 Cyl.
2001 2500 Dodge Ram Pickup, 215 HP, 8 Cyl.
2001 2500 Dodge Ram Pickup, 215 HP, 8 Cyl.
2001 2500 Dodge Ram ST 3/4 Ton Reg. Cab Pickup, 215
HP, 8 Cyl.
2002 1/2 Ton Chevrolet Pickup, 185 HP, 6 Cyl.
2002 1/2 Ton Chevrolet Pickup, 185 HP, 6 Cyl.
2002 1/2 Ton Chevrolet Pickup, 185 HP, 6 Cyl.
2002 1/2 Ton Chevrolet Pickup, 185 HP, 6 Cyl.
2002 Ford Ranger
2003 Ford 250XL 3/4 Ton Pickup, 300 HP, 8 Cyl.
2004 F250XL Ford Pickup, 300 HP, 8 Cyl.
2005 1/2 Ton Dodge Crew Cab Pickup, 345 HP, 8 Cyl.
2005 1/2 Ton Dodge Crew Cab Pickup, 345 HP, 8 Cyl.
2005 F150 Ford Pickup, 231 HP, 8 Cyl.
2005 F150 Ford Pickup, 231 HP, 8 Cyl.
2006 F250 Ford Lariat Super Duty, 3/4 Ton, 4 Wheel Drive
Pickup, 310 HP, 8 Cyl.
2005 F150 Ford Pickup, 231 HP, 8 Cyl.
2006 F150 1/2 Ton Ford Pickup
2006 Ford, 3/4 Ton, 4 WD, 300 HP, 8 Cyl.
2006 1 Ton F450 Super Duty Ford Pickup, 252 HP, 8 Cyl.
2007 F450 Ford Service Pickup
2007 F150 Ford Pickup, 256 HP, 6 Cyl.
2007 3/4 Ton Dodge Pickup, 345 HP, 8 Cyl.
2007 3/4 Ton Dodge Ram Pickup, 345 HP, 8 Cyl.
2007 3/4 Ton Dodge Pickup, 345 HP, 8 Cyl.
2007 3/4 Ton Dodge Pickup 4WD
2007 Ford Expedition, 330 HP, 8 Cyl.
2008 Dodge Ram Pickup, 345 HP, 8 Cyl.
2008 Dodge Ram Pickup, 345 HP, 8 Cyl.
29-58
29-76
29-77
29-78
29-79
29-84
2A-02
2A-14
2A-37
2A-38
2A-48
2A-49
2A-64
2A-79
28-81
2A-97
2A-99
2B-12
2B-29
2B-31
2B-32
2B-33
2B-34
2B-35
2B-51
2B-52
ASSIGNED TO
Mitchell, Bernard
Landry, Larry
Anderson, Darren
Parker, Rodney
Sylve, Lawrence
Buras, Quentin
Smith, Yon
Jackson, Robert
Lafrance, Jurea
Sylve, Gilbert
Moliere, Al
Vac Truck
Burrle, Jr., Emmett
Gould, Robert
Gabriel, Wade
Pons, Jr., Carroll
Taylor, Nathan
Parker, Oliver
Badalamenti, Joseph
Acy, Steve
Palestina, Albert
McCurdy, Darren
Sylve, Eric
Williams, Leroy
Ragas, Dan
Smith, Walter
Cullum, Duane
Carollo, Dominick
Brooks, Bradford
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2B-53
2B-54
2B-55
2008 Dodge Ram Pickup, 345 HP, 8 Cyl.
2008 Dodge Ram Pickup, 345 HP, 8 Cyl.
2008 Dodge Ram Pickup, 345 HP, 8 Cyl.
St. Ann, Byron
Fitte, Christopher
Franklin, Reginald
2B-98
2009 3/4 Ton Dodge Pickup, 3/4 Ton HD Quad Cab, 2 WD
Brooks, Randy
SPARE EQUIPMENT
UNIT #
58-61
58-62
58-63
58-64
59-01
5B-06
5B-67
5B-90
5C-08
5C-16
5C-32
5C-44
5C-63
5C-74
5D-04
5D-05
5D-12
5D-15
5D-19
5D-20
5D-57
5D-58
5E-20
5E-50
5E-51
5E-55
5E-84
5E-89
5E-90
5E-94
5E-95
5F-37
DESCRIPTION
1992 Kubota Mini Excavator, 10 HP
8000 GMP Axial Flow Propeller Pump
1985 Stingray Pump
1985 12' Drainage Pump
1997 Parr Utility Trailer, 20 Ton Capacity
Used Model PVS OB Sand Bagging Machine
2003 6' 10"x16' Utility Trailer W/Dual Axles, 1 Ton
Capacity)
2005 Kubota, 21 HP, 60" Mower
2004 F750 Ford water Tank Truck, 215 HP, 6 Cyl., 2000
Gal. Capacity
6010 5' Bushwhacker
2004 Model ET16W Magic Tilt Trailer
2005 John Deere 6 x 4 Four Wheel Drive Utility Vehicle
2005 V723 FV-CAB Versahandler, 100 HP
2006 Thompson Pump
2005 580SM, 4WD, Case Rubber Tire Backhoe, 76 HP, 4
Cyl.
2005 580SM, 4WD, Case Rubber Tire Backhoe, 76 HP, 4
Cyl.
T250 Skid Steer Bobcat Loader (Need Yr. & HP on this
machine)
2005 Athens 287 Offset Extreme Duty Harrow Choppers
2006 C12 Tow Trailer
2006 Bobcat T250 Skid Steer Loader
2005 6KW Boss Lighttower
2005 6KW Boss Lighttower
2005 Daewoo 400 Wheel Loader, 228 HP, 6 Cyl., Bucket
5.1 Yds.
Sandhopper
2007 Trailer w/rack & roll system
Sandhopper
2008 Bush Hog Model SQ160 Rotary Cutter
6" Dri Prime Portable Trash Pump W/Accessories
6" Pump
2008 Bush Hog Turn Mower
2008 Carry-on Utility Trailer
2009 Contrail Townmaster Equip. Trailer
2004 Model ET16W Magic Tilt Trailer
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ASSIGNED TO
SPARE EQUIPMENT
UNIT #
5F-40
5F-41
5F-43
80-42
DESCRIPTION
ASSIGNED TO
Frontier Disc Choppers
2008 Bush Hog Model 4430 Utility Vehicle
2008 Bush Hog Model 4430 Utility Vehicle
2008 FLMCO Model SK-61 60 Gallon Sprayer
2005 South Fork 1648 Flat All Welded Boat W/Mercury
15ML 4 Stroke
Outboard Motor
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APPENDIX “B”
Office of Coastal Protection & Restoration
• Emergency Contact
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Office of Coastal Protection & Restoration - Emergency Contact
Office
Blackberry/Cell
OCPR Incident Commander/Emergency Director
Jerome Zeringue
342-3969
985-709-1099
OCPR Operations Coordinator
John Monzon
342-4501
504-432-7741
PIN
Emergency Work
Location
Email
245FAC64
State EOC
jerome.zeringue@la.gov
OCPR office/DOTD EOC
john.monzon@la.gov
OCPR Staff
State EOC
Steve Mathies
Jerome Zeringue
Chris Knotts
Dave Fruge
Chris Williams
Rick Raynie
342-4731
342-3969
342-6871
342-7615
342-7549
342-9436
225-341-0701
985-709-1099
(225) 242-3542
225-715-7212
2124900b
State EOC
State EOC
State EOC
State EOC
State EOC
State EOC
steve.mathies@la.gov
jerome.zeringue@la.gov
Chris.knotts@la.gov
dave.fruge@la.gov
chris.williams@la.gov
richard.raynie@la.gov
504-239-3951
Corps EOC
thomas.bernard@la.gov
228-596-1256
Corps EOC
george.boddie@la.gov
504-481-4979
SLFPA-W safe house
barry.richard@la.gov
SLFPA-E safe house
peter.hopkins@la.gov
245FAC64
24655DD9
2411C420
24655DE0
24764D03
Corps Liaison
Tom Bernard
George Boddie
504-2804071
504-2804067
Levee Authority Liaison
504-280Barry Richard
4059
504-2804070
Peter Hopkins
Damage Assessment Team
Trung-Quan
Nguyen
342-4562
Jeremy Fall
342-4529
Robert Hoover
342-4551
Jacob Fusilier
342-4511
Jacob Haffner
342-0931
985-4470974
985-4470995
985-4470996
985-4495073
337-4820662
337-4820661
Elaine Lear
Glen Curole
Laurie Rodrigue
Shane Triche
Mike Miller
Mark Mouledous
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TBD
225-3294443
225-9784135
225-4055949
504-5540315
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
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