Debris Management Plan: Navigational Hazard Checklist Mobile App
As part of a disaster emergency management plan, municipalities, waste management companies and construction and demolition contractors can use the
How does it work?
Debris Management Plan: Navigational Hazard Checklist mobile app with a Smartphone or tablet to assist in defining roles, responsibilities, and procedures and provide guidance for development and implementation of all elements involved in managing debris removal operations. The Debris Management Plan: Navigational Hazard Checklist mobile app is an “example” only and may not address all issues affecting an individual jurisdiction’s situation. All official documents should be reviewed by the appropriate legal authority prior to use. Prior to an emergency or disaster the county, townships, cities, and villages will designate a debris management coordinator (DMC). The DMC will be responsible for reviewing and updating the disaster emergency management plan and the Debris Management Plan: Navigational Hazard Checklist as needed. Publicly owned marinas damaged by a major disaster may be eligible for Federal assistance to include the marina facilities, abandoned sunken boats, and other debris that may inhibit navigation. Coordinate with the United States Cost Guard, State Marine Patrol, local government agencies, legal counsel, contractors specializing in marine salvage operations, commercial divers, and certified surveyors to ensure that navigational hazards are removed safely and efficiently.