Emergency Management Plan Revision of May 1, 2011


Hi-Tech Construction……………………………….843-215-2579



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Hi-Tech Construction……………………………….843-215-2579

Nathan Alford………………………………………..843-458-9545

Nathan Alford – Home ………………………………843-365-4999
Lawrimore Construction……………………………843-397-4499

Wade Lawrimore . 843-450-1262

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Seaside Utilities……………………………………..843-251-8807

Jimmy Jordan………………………………………..843-340-6426



OTHER EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES/SERVICE
Hagemeyer-1525 Hwy 501, Myrtle Beach……………………………843-626-3578

Shawn –Cell ……………………………………………………….. 843-450-7950

Corey – Cell …………………………………………………………1-770-778-6955
Horry Telephone (Mobile Phone Svc)-

Meredith Canady Office………………………………. …………… 843-369-8582

Meredith Canady Cell……………………………………………….. 843-457-1762

Strand Communications-Rick McNamara-3904 Wesley St, MB……...843-236-7100

Rick – Cell …………………………………………………………. 843-241-2383


Industrial Rewinding-Russell McKenize-1420 Cannon Rd., MB……..843-626-3536

Russell………………………………………………. 843-241-4024

Russell McKenize – Home ……………………….………………… 843-236-0306

Robert McKenize – Cell …………………………………………… 843-241-4018

Robert McKenize – Home ………………………………………….. 843-396-4528
Sunbelt Rentals-604 Cannon Rd., Myrtle Beach………………………843-445-9960

Mitch Brigman – Cell ………………………………………………. 843-385-2842

Little River Store …………………………………………………... 843-281-9896






    1. WASTEWATER PUMP STATION LIST



    1. POTENTIAL WASTEWATER SPILL / OVERFLOW LOCATIONS

5.9 Emergency Generator Information





Fuel Capacities & Consumption - Water Department Generators

#

Generator

Fuel/Capacities

Consumption

Total Hrs.

Run Time































































Fuel Capacities & Consumption - Wastewater Generators

#

Generator

Fuel/Capacities

Consumption

Total Hrs.

Run Time






















































































































































































Fuel Capacities & Consumption - Administration Generators



#

Generator

Fuel/Capacities

Consumption

Total Hrs.

Run Time














































































POTENTIAL TOW VEHICLES for PORTABLE GENERATORS


#

Truck Number

Primary Driver

SAFE

Generator Sizes







































































































































































































































Vehicles must be capable of safely towing any generator they pull, based on the rated capacity of the vehicle and the weight of the generator.


The weight of the generator is a safety concern not only for towing the unit, but particularly for being able to safely and effectively STOP with it in tow.
Emergency Generator Hookup Procedures
Determine which generator should be used:

240 Volt 3 Phase 100 AMP

480 Volt 3 Phase 200 AMP.
Before towing a generator to another location:

MAKE SURE TOW VEHICLE CAN SAFELY PULL & STOP THE GENERATOR

Check fluid levels, oil, coolant and fuel

Start up generator and shut down

Be sure cords and plugs are with generator

Be sure doors on generator are securely closed

Plug in trailer lights attach safety chains from generator to tow vehicle
Procedures for connecting generator to back box on station:

Make sure Hand-Off-Auto switches are in the “Off” position

Set transfer switch or walking beam breaker to generator position

Plug female end into box on station; plug male end into interlock on generator

Start generator and check all gauges - voltage, cycles, oil pressure and temp, etc.

Press the “ON” button on interlock, red indicator light should come on

Go to control panel in station, select a pump and switch it to hand (start only one pump at a time). Check rotation of pump, if rotation is correct switch HOA switch to “AUTO”. Station should operate normally.

If pump rotation is wrong - CALL AN ELECTRICIAN

Monitor fuel level regularly; notify ESF-13 (Agricultural Ops) for re-fueling assistance.
To disconnect generator from station once SCE&G has restored power:

Let generator run while disconnecting, to allow it to cool down

Make sure that HAND-OFF-AUTO switches are in “OFF” position

Press “OFF” button on generator interlock; red indicator light should turn off

Unplug male plug at interlock; unplug female from box connector on station

Switch transfer switch from generator to SCE&G

Switch control to hand and check pump rotation, if rotation is correct switch to “AUTO.” If pump rotation is wrong - CALL AN ELECTRICIAN.

Shut generator down


Wires are color coded to indicate what voltage the station is; or reference the type of plug on the outside of the station.
Blue Hubbell Plug Silver Crouse-Hinds Plug

240 Volt 3 Phase 100 AMP 480 Volt 3 Phase 200 AMP

L1(Black) L2 (Red) L3 (Blue) L1 (Brown) L2(Orange) L3 (Yellow)







    1. EMERGENCY INVENTORY SUPPLIES



Material Number

Description

Normal Level

Seasonal Level

6/1 – 11/01






Flashlight – 6V




12 Each




Masking Tape




8 Rolls




Duct Tape




16 Rolls




Nylon Rope




1 100’ Roll
















Rain suit, - Medium




3 Each




Rain suit - Large




8 Each




Rain suit - X-Large




8 Each




Rain suit, - XX Large




6 Each




Rubber Boots - sz 9




6 Pair




Rubber Boots - sz 10




4 Pair




Rubber Boots - sz 11




5 Pair




Rubber Boots - sz 12




3 Pair




Battery, - AAA




36 Each




Battery, - AA




48 Each




Battery, - D




36 Each




Battery, - 6V




12 Each




Fix-A-Flat




12 Cans




Tire Repair / Plug Kits




8




Plastic Sheeting




6 Rolls











































































FULLY ACTIVATED EOC EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES



Description

Normal Level

Seasonal Level

6/1 – 11/01












PC




4

SCADA PC




2

Mobile Radio




4

Copy Machine




1

Fax Machine with Outside Line




1

Telephone




6

Satellite Phone – Portable




3

Satellite Phone – Fixed Mount




1

Cell Phone




8

TV Cable Connections




2

Battery Powered Portable Radio




1

Message Board




1

Dry Erase Board




1

Flashlight




3

Rain suit – Large




2










Office Supplies – pens, pencils, pads, etc…







Cot




6

Pillow




6

Pillow Case




6

Sheet




6

Blanket




6











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