2. Training Requirements and Responsibilities
The AL DOI, with assistance from the AEMA, is responsible for training procedures for the Disaster Assessment Team.
The AL DOI chairs the Alabama Disaster Coalition and drives the activities of this coalition. The AL DOI will assign responsibilities to members in order to achieve the objectives of the Coalition on behalf of the citizens of the State of Alabama.
3. Reporting Standards and Procedures
The deployment of the Alabama Disaster Assessment Team (ADAT) will be initiated by the AL DOI in order to formulate two (2) reports:
Immediate report with a broad estimate of damages.
Detailed report to be submitted every 30-60 days.
The reporting format goal is to describe the event, i.e. Minimal, Moderate, Mid- Range or Catastrophic. Specific dollar estimates will be avoided. The ADAT will report damages utilizing:
< $100 million $100 to 250 million $250 - 500 million
ADAT reporting will include damages resulting from:
Flooding, not Storm Surge related
Emphasis will be on geographic areas outlining major damage locations. AL DOI will coordinate training of selected representatives from designated P&C carriers for aerial survey of damaged areas.