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A Debris Management Handbook for State and Local DOTs and Departments of Public Works (2014)

Chapter: Appendix A - Debris Management Plan Checklist (adapted from FEMA P-604 and Massachusetts Local Debris Management Plan Checklist)

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A - Debris Management Plan Checklist (adapted from FEMA P-604 and Massachusetts Local Debris Management Plan Checklist) ." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2014. A Debris Management Handbook for State and Local DOTs and Departments of Public Works. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22239.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A - Debris Management Plan Checklist (adapted from FEMA P-604 and Massachusetts Local Debris Management Plan Checklist) ." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2014. A Debris Management Handbook for State and Local DOTs and Departments of Public Works. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22239.
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A-1 A P P E N D I X A Yes No ❑ ❑ Did you form a Debris Management Planning Committee? ❑ ❑ Have you coordinated with other support agencies during development of your debris management plan? ❑ ❑ Does the plan outline the roles and responsibilities of the various functions iden- tified (Public Works, Finance, and Solid Waste Departments, etc.)? ❑ ❑ Does the plan include an organizational chart with NIMS-compliant positions? ❑ ❑ Does the plan include a call-down list with the names and phone numbers for individuals who will be filling the organization positions? ❑ ❑ Does the plan identify equipment resources that could be used and where these resources are located? ❑ ❑ Does the plan identify any mutual-aid agreements that the jurisdiction has with other parties? ❑ ❑ Does the plan clearly identify any local ordinances that pertain to disaster debris management activities? ❑ ❑ Has the debris management plan been included as part of the community’s overall emergency management plan? ❑ ❑ Does the plan include a schedule for training staff and others on the debris management plan? ❑ ❑ Does the plan include a schedule for exercising the debris management plan? ❑ ❑ Does the plan address health and safety procedures in accordance with state/local health and safety standards/requirements? ❑ ❑ Does the plan identify procedures for acquiring required regulatory permits? ❑ ❑ Does the plan address the basis for planning which includes assumptions for various events and forecasting/modeling for debris volumes? ❑ ❑ Does the plan include priorities for the clearance, collection, and disposal of debris? ❑ ❑ Does the plan address recycling? Debris Management Plan Checklist (adapted from FEMA P-604 and Massachusetts Local Debris Management Plan Checklist)

A-2 A Debris Management Handbook for State and Local DOTs and Departments of Public Works ❑ ❑ Is there a process for the collection and disposal of hazardous waste and/or white goods? ❑ ❑ Does the plan address debris monitoring of the pickup sites, Debris Management Sites (DMSs) or Temporary Debris Storage and Reduction Sites (TDSRs) and final disposal? ❑ ❑ Does the plan identify DMSs or TDSRs and potential landfills for final disposal to include operation and site management procedures and staffing? ❑ ❑ Does the plan address the environmental requirements? ❑ ❑ Does the plan address contracting/procurement procedures? ❑ ❑ Does the plan address the authority and processes for private property debris removal? ❑ ❑ Does the plan address the dissemination of information to the general public and media? ❑ ❑ Does the plan identify a list of pre-qualified contractors? ❑ ❑ Does your jurisdiction have documentation demonstrating how the list was obtained? ❑ ❑ Does the plan identify mechanisms for funding debris management activities? ❑ ❑ Does the plan include standard forms that will be used by personnel who are executing the debris management plan? ❑ ❑ Is the plan available in multiple formats (e.g., hard copy, electronic copy) and stored in multiple locations?

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TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 781: A Debris Management Handbook for State and Local DOTs and Departments of Public Works provides debris management practices for local, tribal, and state departments of transportation and for public works agencies. A PowerPoint presentation and a final report describing the methodology of the project are available online.

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