Managing Your
      Crisis


Ian Niblock
Regional Harbourmaster
Crisis’ come in
 many forms
They have one
thing in common
They need to be
   managed
The Need to Manage comes from the
         need to protect:
   •Community health
   •The environment
   •Cultural values
 ...
Emergency Management

•Incident Command System (ICS)
•Developed for Rural Fires in USA
•Tried and tested
•Introduced to NZ...
Introducing CIMS
 Coordinated Incident Management
              System

Key Functional Areas

 •Planning
 •Logistics / Adm...
Dong Won 529
Jody F Millenium
Tai Ping
CIMS Structure

         Incident Controller



Operations Planning Logistics/Admin
CIMS Functionality

 •Top-Down structure
 •Functional area responsibility
 •Span of control maintained
 •Regular briefings...
Applied to Public Health
           Emergencies
•Planning – emergency plan
•Operations – incident contained and
response c...
Jody F Millenium
  Case Study
6 February 2002
 Jody F Millennium Departs Port
            Gisborne

       • 20000mt Logs

       • 641mt of HFO 380cSt
...
Jody Aground 7th February
Incident Command Centre
Incident Command Centre
          National On-Scene
             Commander
   Health & Safety       Media
      Advisor   ...
February 8th


• Oil Spill Confirmed at 1220hrs

• Aerial Spraying Of Dispersant

• Fuel Transfer Plans Developed

• Conta...
Oil On Midway Beach
The Cut
Issues
 •Hydrocarbon fumes
 •Waka ama regatta
 •Wildlife
 •Oil removal
 •Cargo removal
 •Weather forecast
Multi Agency Response

Maritime Safety Authority, Gisborne District Council,
Cawthron Institute, Northland Regional Counci...
Media & Public
Beach Clean Up
Wherowhero Lagoon
Unloading Logs
Unloading Logs
Lancer Barge Operation
Lancer Barge Operation
Lancer Barge Operation
Jody Aground 14th February
New Public Health Risk
•Ship moving to the west
•Sewage discharge pipe at risk of
severe damage
•Unacceptable outcome for ...
Best Show In Town
Best Show In Town
Best Show In Town
Refloat of Jody F Millennium
Post Script

• Jody towed to Tauranga, temporary
repairs made, towed to Japan
•Largest multi-agency response since
CIMS in...
Any
Questions?
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Emergency Management

  1. 1. Managing Your Crisis Ian Niblock Regional Harbourmaster
  2. 2. Crisis’ come in many forms
  3. 3. They have one thing in common They need to be managed
  4. 4. The Need to Manage comes from the need to protect: •Community health •The environment •Cultural values •Commercial value (NZ Inc)
  5. 5. Emergency Management •Incident Command System (ICS) •Developed for Rural Fires in USA •Tried and tested •Introduced to NZ for oil spill response •Adapted for NZ emergency management
  6. 6. Introducing CIMS Coordinated Incident Management System Key Functional Areas •Planning •Logistics / Administration •Operations
  7. 7. Dong Won 529
  8. 8. Jody F Millenium
  9. 9. Tai Ping
  10. 10. CIMS Structure Incident Controller Operations Planning Logistics/Admin
  11. 11. CIMS Functionality •Top-Down structure •Functional area responsibility •Span of control maintained •Regular briefings •Documentation
  12. 12. Applied to Public Health Emergencies •Planning – emergency plan •Operations – incident contained and response carried out by multi-agency trained personnel •Logistics – control centre,equipment, consumables & documentation
  13. 13. Jody F Millenium Case Study
  14. 14. 6 February 2002 Jody F Millennium Departs Port Gisborne • 20000mt Logs • 641mt of HFO 380cSt • 63mt of MDO
  15. 15. Jody Aground 7th February
  16. 16. Incident Command Centre
  17. 17. Incident Command Centre National On-Scene Commander Health & Safety Media Advisor Advisor DAT Spiller Liaison Representative Operations Planning Logistics Admin
  18. 18. February 8th • Oil Spill Confirmed at 1220hrs • Aerial Spraying Of Dispersant • Fuel Transfer Plans Developed • Containment Booms Deployed •Additional Oil Spill Equipment Flown In
  19. 19. Oil On Midway Beach
  20. 20. The Cut
  21. 21. Issues •Hydrocarbon fumes •Waka ama regatta •Wildlife •Oil removal •Cargo removal •Weather forecast
  22. 22. Multi Agency Response Maritime Safety Authority, Gisborne District Council, Cawthron Institute, Northland Regional Council, Public Health, Meteorological Service, Police, Civil Aviation Authority, Hawke’s Bay Regional Council, Salvage Team, Environment Bay of Plenty, Commercial Boat Operators, Massey University, External Media Advisor, Auckland Regional Council, Fire Service, Environment Waikato, Air Force, Ambulance Service, Department of Conservation, Navy, External Health & Safety Advisor, Army, Australian Maritime Safety Authority, Local iwi, Otago Regional Council, Local Contractors
  23. 23. Media & Public
  24. 24. Beach Clean Up
  25. 25. Wherowhero Lagoon
  26. 26. Unloading Logs
  27. 27. Unloading Logs
  28. 28. Lancer Barge Operation
  29. 29. Lancer Barge Operation
  30. 30. Lancer Barge Operation
  31. 31. Jody Aground 14th February
  32. 32. New Public Health Risk •Ship moving to the west •Sewage discharge pipe at risk of severe damage •Unacceptable outcome for the environment •Operations adapted to minimise the risk to the community
  33. 33. Best Show In Town
  34. 34. Best Show In Town
  35. 35. Best Show In Town
  36. 36. Refloat of Jody F Millennium
  37. 37. Post Script • Jody towed to Tauranga, temporary repairs made, towed to Japan •Largest multi-agency response since CIMS introduced •Successful response, objectives achieved •Environmental impact minimised
  38. 38. Any Questions?

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