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9/8 THUR 10:45 | Statewide Regional Evacuation Study Program 1

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Earl J. Baker …

Earl J. Baker

With an updated Evacuation Study for each of the 11 regions, Florida has one of the only statewide evacuation studies in the Nation. This session will educate participants on its fundamentals,
including HOW and WHY it was created and its implementation across a variety of planning disciplines. Explanations of the major components of the Evacuation Study, including its complex
evacuation transportation models, statewide coordination, behavioral surveys, and associated behavioral assumptions and advanced GIS modeling tools. Planners will gain a better understanding of the purpose, data and methodology of the Studies and how to implement its findings in their planning documents.

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  • 1. SRES Behavioral Survey and Analysis Statewide Summary
    Earl J. Baker
    Hazards Management Group, Inc.
  • 2. SRES Behavioral Survey and Analysis
    Transportation
    Analysis
    Shelter
    Analysis
    Behavioral
    Analysis
    Public
    Awareness
    Emergency
    Management
    Policy
  • 3. SRES Behavioral Survey
    Base questionnaire
    County questions
    Region questions
    Hurricanes
    Inland flooding
    Wildfires
    Hazardous material accidents
    Nuclear power plant accidents
  • 4. SRES Behavioral Survey
    18,800 Telephone interviews
    400 in each coastal county
    150 in each non-coastal county
    Demographics
    Constraints to evacuating
    Perceived vulnerability
    Intended responses
    Past responses
  • 5. Survey Data Reports
  • 6. SRES Behavioral Survey
    Examples
    Constraints to evacuating
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  • 11. SRES Behavioral Survey
    Examples
    Perceived vulnerability
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  • 16. SRES Behavioral Survey
    Examples
    Intended responses
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  • 20. SRES Behavioral Survey
    Examples
    Past responses
  • 21. Actual Response Studies in FloridaPredating the SRES
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  • 30. Housing
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  • 32. Behavioral Assumptions for Planning
    Coastal Counties
    Evacuation participation rate
    Type of refuge (4)
    In vs. out of county destinations
    Vehicle use
  • 36. Evacuation rate indicates the percent of residents who will leave their homes to go someplace safer
    from each zone in each storm threat scenario. Figures are based on the assumption that officials
    order evacuation for surge evacuation zones corresponding to storm category, plus all mobile homes
    and manufactured homes. Figures also assume that the actual storm track passes very close
    to the area being evacuated.
  • 37. Public shelter use rate indicates the percent of evacuees from each zone who will seek refuge
    in public shelters, in each storm threat scenario.
  • 38. Out-of-county trip rate indicates the percent of evacuees from each zone who will seek refuge
    outsidetheir own county of residence.
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  • 40. Vehicle Use
    Vehicles Available 1.86
    Vehicles to be Used 1.34
    Percent of Available 72%
    Trailers 11%
    No Cars Available 3.1%
  • 41. Hazards other than Hurricanes
  • 42. SRES Behavioral Survey and Analysis
    Earl J. Baker
    Hazards Management Group, Inc.
    hazgroup@comcast.net
    850-893-8993