Goals: To protect as many customers' boats as possible. To protect the yard, equipment and marina



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HURRICANE STRATEGY
GOALS: To protect as many customers' boats as possible.

To protect the yard, equipment and marina.

**** TO DO THE ABOVE WITH NO ONE GETTING HURT. ****

**** DON'T PANIC. DO IT RIGHT. ****
In the event of a hurricane, the yard will start hauling boats two to three days before it is expected to hit. We will be working long hours into the night, so please plan ahead to be here. (Tell Toby if you have a conflict.)
Employees should park at the south end of the yard between the shed and the water.
The strategy is to:

1. Get the shops and yard as ready for a hurricane RIGHT NOW, as soon as possible,

long before there is a hurricane around.

2. To have most of us involved right from the start in unrigging and hauling boats.

3. A few of us will have other responsibilities such as dealing with the public,

customers, and getting the final phases of shop preparation done.

4. All assignments for haulout and work will go through the office.

ASSIGNMENTS

RIG AND WATER


Two 13' Whalers, two 17' Whalers, Crane.

Andy

Antonio


Bud

Caroline

Charlie *

Chris


David

Davis


Doug

Ed


Greg

Jed


Kevin

Kevin


Kurt

Mark *


Mary

Mike *


Mike

Monty


Nat

Sander


Ted

Tom


Vinnie

YARD


No. 7 (New and Old), No. 9, Travelift, 2 Trucks, Red Trailer, Forklift, Crane.




Adam

Dan - Crane

James - Jacks

Jim – Jacks

John – Jacks

Chris – Travelift

Chris - Travelift

Jacob -Travelift

Brian – No. 7 New

Chris – No. 7 New

Matt - No. 7 New

Marc - No. 7 Old

Mike - No. 7 Old

Phil – No. 7 Old

Arthur - No. 9

Don – No. 9

Jared – No. 9

Jon


Laura

Steve


Walter

* Secure own Department in last 4-6 Hours.




Hurricane Strategy

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MOORINGS AND FLOATS - Silver Bullet, Blue Whaler

Scott
LAUNCH AND DOCKS - Everett E

Carl


Jim

Tom


Bernie

MECHANICS


Jim

OUTBOARD


Jeff

OFFICE


Dennis

Jayne


Ellie

Roberta


STORE


Martha
INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITIES

TOBY


- Get Hiller to empty kerosene and fuel tanks.

- Get cars towed away.

- Help riggers.

- Get Tat to move barge.

- Get coffee, pizza, etc.

DENNIS and JAYNE


- Deal with customers, call customers, create a haul out list.

- Preserve office records.



MARK


- Get boats unrigged, brought in and taken to Tennis Club and Rte. 6.

- Get marina emptied.

- Allocate personnel so the above items get done.

Organize for the following to be done:

- Move blocks and jacks for yard work.

- Get all BBB gear, especially electric, to high ground or loft.

- Get saw horses, ladders, and staging too high ground.

- Put dinghy racks inside and move dinghies to top racks.


Hurricane Strategy

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CHRIS and MARK


- Specify where boats are put.

CHARLIE


- First Thing - Get Yard Roped Off.

Get rope, etc., lined up now. One line from the carpentry shop to the store, and then

from the store to the mailbox, and one from mailbox to the tree by office. This blocks

off asphalt parking lot. Ropes should be arranged so yard crew could lower it easily to

get in and out. Another line across the east end of the alley between Main 3 and

South 1. A third one at street to block Rogers lot entrance.

- Board up windows and move shop machines above flood levels.



JIM


- Hazardous Waste Pen - Cap the 250 gallon tank. Move all other barrels to top floor of

7000 with the forklift.

- Keep yard equipment running.

- Work with Hiller to get kerosene and heating oil tanks at the store emptied.

- Seal the two tanks at the store off with the caps.

- Get fuel stored for equipment for when the power goes off.

- Disconnect Tennis Club door from electric motor.

- Set up lights for yard work.



JEFF


- All outboards to second floor. (A lot of this can be done now.)

- Get everything in the outboard shop to the second floor.

- Pick-up basement of 7000.

- Help with haulout of small boats by trailer.



SCOTT


- Check all chafe gear. (This can be done now.)

- Smith's and Jones's floats to be put on moorings.

- Make sure wintersticks are moved to high ground.

- Help prep boats on moorings.

- Put rubber bands around marine after boats are out.

- Move boats to heavier moorings as they open up.




ANDY


- Set up Generator for office, if necessary.

Toby/HurricanStrat


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