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Maritime Transportation Recovery Unit
Event Data Sheet

MTS Recovery

USCG Sector Jacksonville is currently updating the information used to measure the effectiveness of MTS Recovery efforts within the port and the status of commercial operations post-incident. This information is not shared with the general public and is used to help the MTS Recovery Unit prioritize recovery efforts and gauge the effectiveness of the response. We request you review the criteria below and provide the information to the MTSRU either using this online form or by downloading the form.

Fax Option and Sample Form

MTS Recovery Event Data Sheet - Word Format (Fax to (904) 564-7605 ATTN MTSRU)
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Sample MTS Recovery Event Data Sheet - PDF Format
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Facility Contact Information  *REQUIRED INFORMATION

Facility Name *:

Facility Point Of Contact *:

Street Address *:

City *: State * : , Zip Code *:

Telephone *: Fax *:

Email * :

Facility Operational Information

MTSA Regulated: Yes No

Average Monthly Arrivals:

Average Transfer Amounts (if applicable):

Primary Products or Goods Received (i.e. specific commodity or "containers" or "bulk aggregate"):

Operational Status

Please select the appropriate answer.
Fully Available: Operating at pre-incident capability.
Partially Available: Operating at a reduced capability.
Not Available: No capability to conduct transfer operations due to damage to the facility/piers/wharves, due to obstructions preventing vessel from mooring at the facility, and/or the Captain of the Port has closed the waterway.

If partially available, what is your operational status as compared to pre-incident status: %

Factor(s) limiting operations (i.e. channel closure, damage to pier, reduced personnel):

If "Fully Available" how many days can you remain operational before you need to shut down operations:

Is the Facility Capable of Receiving Vessels if the Waterways are Open: Yes No

Critical Post-Incident Cargoes
Critical
Post-Incident Cargoes
*Importance and/or Criticality Additional Information

*Criticality / Importance may reflect the importance/ critical need of this cargo on a Regional Basis or locally. Ex: The product received is critical based on its unique use; the products critical need to support Port Recovery or Emergency Response efforts; the product’s importance to another Regional area based on its unique components/design.

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Last Modified 7/16/2012