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DEM Letterhead - September 9, 1996

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DEM Letterhead - September 9, 1996

    LOUISIANA OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND EMERGENCY

    PREPAREDNESS

    PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT WORKSHEET

    INDIVIDUAL ASSISTANCE (IA)

     LHLS/EP-DR-PDA-IA-0401 PG____of _____ PARISH TYPE DISASTER

DATE / / LOCATION

     SINGLE MOBILE MULTI BUSINESSES TOTALS

     FAMILY HOMES FAMILY

     DESTROYED (48”) FLOODING

     DESTROYED - STRUCTURAL

     MAJOR (25-48”) FLOODING

     MAJOR - STRUCTURAL

     MINOR FLOODING

     MINOR - STRUCTURAL

     AFFECTED FLOODING

     AFFECTED - STRUCTURAL

     % INSURANCE FLOODING

     % INSURANCE - STRUCTURAL

     TOTAL FLOODING

     TOTAL STRUCTURAL

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    LOUISIANA OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND EMERGENCY

    PREPAREDNESS

    PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT WORKSHEET PUBLIC ASSISTANCE (PA)

     LHLS/EP-DR-PDA-PA-0402 PG____of _____

    KEY FOR DAMAGE CATEGORY (Use appropriate letters in the “category” blocks below) A. DEBRIS CLEARANCE D. WATER CONTROL FACILITIES G. OTHER B. PROTECTIVE MEASURES E. BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT C. ROAD SYSTEMS F. PUBLIC UTILITY SYSTEM SITE NO. CATEGORY LOCATION (Use map location, address, etc.) DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGE IMPACT INSURANCE % COMPLETE COST ESTIMATE

    SITE NO. CATEGORY LOCATION (Use map location, address, etc.) DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGE IMPACT INSURANCE % COMPLETE COST ESTIMATE

    SITE NO. CATEGORY LOCATION (Use map location, address, etc.) DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGE IMPACT INSURANCE % COMPLETE COST ESTIMATE

    SITE NO. CATEGORY LOCATION (Use map location, address, etc.) DESCRIPTION OF DAMAGE IMPACT INSURANCE % COMPLETE COST ESTIMATE

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    LOUISIANA OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND EMERGENCY

    PREPAREDNESS

INDIVIDUAL AND PUBLIC ASSISTANCE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST

     (To Prepare for State and/or Federal Inspectors)

In order to expedite the damage assessment process, applicants should take the following steps

    before the arrival of the State and Federal assessment team(s):

     1. Mark the location of each damage location / site on a suitable map and develop a route

    of travel to each site. Segregate damage/work activities into either IA or PA damages

    and if PA, select one of the seven categories of work, listed on the PA Checklist (page 5)

    of the Red Book. All IA and PA damage sites should be identified by the applicant

    before the inspectors arrive.

     2. Ensure that the person designated to accompany the survey team is knowledgeable of

    the repairs already made and the location of all other damage sites which need to be

    repaired/surveyed.

     3. FOR PA: Have photographs, site sketches or drawings of each damage site available

    for the inspectors (especially where work has already been performed).

     4. FOR PA: Compile a detailed breakdown of labor (including fringe benefits), equipment,

    and material costs for each location where work has been completed or is in progress.

    While a variety of forms can be used to summarize these items, the format chosen must

    document the type and location of work performed on a daily basis.

     5. FOR PA: Record force account equipment use in a manner compatible with the FEMA

    Schedule of Equipment Rates. Keep damaged equipment and parts for review and

    inspection by the survey team.

     6. FOR PA: List equipment, materials or inventory lost as a result of the disaster. Provide

    copies of estimates, bids, purchase orders, invoices, inventory records or other

    substantiating evidence to verify loss values or replacement cost.

     7. FOR PA: Be prepared to describe to the inspectors which sites will be repaired by

    contract and those which will be repaired by force account. If a contractor's estimate/bid

    has been received, have it available for the inspectors.

     8. Provide inspectors with policy information on insurance coverage and any proceeds

    received or anticipated. The insurance information is an important part of the both

    Individual (IA) and Public Assistance (PA) damage assessment process and should be

    obtained when possible from homeowners and applicants.

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