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Status of FRMAC DOE / National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Consequence Management Response Team Status of FRMAC DOE / National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) Consequence Management Response Team (CMRT) : Concept of Operations Status as of April 2005 Colleen O’Laughlin, NNSA FRMAC/CM Program Manager

General Concept of Operations • Deployment is in Three Standard Phases in Analogy with General Concept of Operations • Deployment is in Three Standard Phases in Analogy with Nationally Accepted Guidelines – CMRT Phase I (“Emergency Phase”) – CMRT Phase II (“Intermediate Phase”) – CMRT Phase III (“Characterization Phase”) • Focus on Technical/Operational Response Needed Within Each Phase to Address Protective Action Guidelines (PAGs) • Defined Personnel / Equipment Packages • Defined Transportation Plans

Transportation • Single aircraft (each) for Emergency and Intermediate Phases deploying out of Las Transportation • Single aircraft (each) for Emergency and Intermediate Phases deploying out of Las Vegas • All equipment and personnel deploy on single aircraft • Phase I - 4 hours wheels up • Phase II - 12 hours wheels up • Phase III - deploys from 24 -48 hours out of National Laboratories / Remote RAP Regions • Mobile Laboratories deploy with Ingestion Phase

CMRT Phase I Overview • Mission – Validate or Modify Initial Protective Action Decisions CMRT Phase I Overview • Mission – Validate or Modify Initial Protective Action Decisions for Protection of the Public – Evacuation & Shelter-in -Place • Operations – Small, rapidly-deployable team focused on obtaining and assessing gross field monitoring measurements. Close coordination with NARAC, AMS Fixed-Wing, and CM Home Teams – Staffed for 24 -Hour Operations and Stand-alone response (Consumables for 72 hours without resupply)

CMRT Phase I • Team – 32 Personnel Total – Includes EPA Senior Official CMRT Phase I • Team – 32 Personnel Total – Includes EPA Senior Official for Remediation Planning • Equipment Load – 2500 lbs. (200 cubic feet) • Logistics / Transportation – 4 Hour Wheels-Up Response out of Las Vegas

CMRT Phase II Overview • Mission – Accurately define areas where long-term relocation of CMRT Phase II Overview • Mission – Accurately define areas where long-term relocation of the population may be warranted – EPA Relocation PAGs – Support Temporary Re-Entry of Population into Evacuated Areas • Operations – Augmentation to CMRT Phase II – Focuses on obtaining detailed monitoring data and initiating a comprehensive sampling/analysis process for Characterization and eventual handoff to EPA. – Close coordination with AMS Rotary-Wing assets and CM Home Teams – Requires augmented analytical support capability – Staffed for 24 -Hour Operations and Stand-alone response for weeks. Consumables must be re-supplied every few days.

CMRT Phase II • Team – 32 Additional Personnel • Equipment Load – 39, CMRT Phase II • Team – 32 Additional Personnel • Equipment Load – 39, 000 lbs (2400 cubic feet) • Analytical Support – Sample Screening – Management of Laboratory Data – Chain of Custody – Coordination of Fixed Laboratory Support to FRMAC – Fielding of Sample Screening Capability • Logistics / Transportation – 12 Hour Wheels-Up Response out of Las Vegas

CMRT Phase III Overview • Mission – Accurately identify areas where contamination levels of CMRT Phase III Overview • Mission – Accurately identify areas where contamination levels of air, water, crops, forage, and livestock may lead to concentrations in excess of nationally accepted guidelines - Dose through Ingestion Pathways • Operations – Augmentation of Emergency and Intermediate Phase Response Teams – Focuses on obtaining detailed sampling/analysis data. Close coordination with AMS Rotary-Wing assets and CM Home Teams – Staffed for 24 -Hour Operations and Stand-alone response for weeks. Consumables must be resupplied every few days.

CMRT Phase III • Team – 46 Additional Personnel • Equipment – 4500 lbs. CMRT Phase III • Team – 46 Additional Personnel • Equipment – 4500 lbs. (200 cubic feet) • Analytical Support – NNSA Mobile Laboratory (Hot. Spot) • Logistics / Transportation – 24 -48 Hour Response out of National Laboratories / Remote RAP Regions

Sample Analysis Needs • Analytical equipment to analyze samples on site – To insure Sample Analysis Needs • Analytical equipment to analyze samples on site – To insure compliance with DOT shipping regulations – For shipping samples to off-site facilities for analysis – Equipment Maintenance, Training and Drill • Upgrade HOTSPOT • Quality Assurance / Quality Control Samples

CM Home Teams • Will bridge gap between call-out and arrival and support deployed CM Home Teams • Will bridge gap between call-out and arrival and support deployed operations • Virtual, Integrated Home Team stood up at – RSL, LANL, LLNL, SNL, and NARAC • Reach back capabilities • Provide FRMAC Web passwords to approved personnel • Maintain FRMAC database of products developed

Proposed “Greenfield” Response for CM Provide capability to set up Technical Operations Center (TOC) Proposed “Greenfield” Response for CM Provide capability to set up Technical Operations Center (TOC) and Forward Operations Center (FOC) in “Green Field” • Includes tents, tables, chairs, generators to set up TOC (C&C, Assessment, GIS, Database) and FOC (Field Monitoring Operations Center) • Does not include berthing and in-field meals – assume local infrastructure or Do. D will provide support

What We’re Working On • Turbo FRMAC – Print functionality – Uranium ratio calculation What We’re Working On • Turbo FRMAC – Print functionality – Uranium ratio calculation tool – Improvements on User Interface Intuitiveness – Incorporate Default Scenarios • Integration With: – ERDS and RSL GIS Tools – RASCAL output – LLNL ARAC Effects Modeling Tools – SNL ACRID and SHARC Effects Modeling Tools – EPA tools for final event cleanup

What We’re Working On (Cont. ) • CM/FRMAC Laboratory Analysis – HOTSPOT – In-Field What We’re Working On (Cont. ) • CM/FRMAC Laboratory Analysis – HOTSPOT – In-Field Laboratory Analysis – Laboratory Information Management System -LIMS – Laboratory Database

What We’re Working On (Cont. ) Pet Portal Radiological Assessment Training System (RATS) -Drill What We’re Working On (Cont. ) Pet Portal Radiological Assessment Training System (RATS) -Drill & Exercise data program -PDA/GPS based

What We’re Working On (Cont. ) • • • FRMAC LAN Field Team Data What We’re Working On (Cont. ) • • • FRMAC LAN Field Team Data Telemetry Automated M&S Forms Procedures FRMAC Website Updates FRMAC Web Server

What We’re Working On (Cont. ) • Integrated FRMAC Presentation • Request for Federal What We’re Working On (Cont. ) • Integrated FRMAC Presentation • Request for Federal Play in IPXs • Population Monitoring

FRMAC Manuals • Health & Safety, May 2001 • M&S – Monitoring Division Volume FRMAC Manuals • Health & Safety, May 2001 • M&S – Monitoring Division Volume I, April 2004 – Radiation Monitoring and Sampling Volume II, Sep 2002 • Assessment, April 2003 – Methods, Volume I – Tables, Worksheets, Volume II – Default Scenarios, Volume III • Laboratory Analysis, June 2004 • FRMAC Operations, June 2004 – With Addendums for Logistics and Positions • FRMAC Mission Analysis

FRMAC Information • Completed: – GIS Pamphlet – Public Monitoring Needs Guidelines Document, July FRMAC Information • Completed: – GIS Pamphlet – Public Monitoring Needs Guidelines Document, July 2004 • Working On: – FRMAC Overview Pamphlet – CMHT Pamphlet

FRMAC Communications • FRMAC Web-Site www. doe. gov/programs/frmac/default. htm • NARAC Web-Site http: //narac. FRMAC Communications • FRMAC Web-Site www. doe. gov/programs/frmac/default. htm • NARAC Web-Site http: //narac. llnl. gov/ • EOTA web-Site http: //eota. doeal. gov/EOTA/Index. aspx • Bi-annual State/FRMAC Conference Call – First Wednesday of January and July

NNSA FRMAC/CM Program Manager Colleen O’Laughlin NNSA / NSO 702 -295 -0648 olaughlin@nv. doe. NNSA FRMAC/CM Program Manager Colleen O’Laughlin NNSA / NSO 702 -295 -0648 [email protected] doe. gov