Tackling Super Bowl XLVIII – A Collaborative Effort

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Tackling Super Bowl XLVIII A
Collaborative Effort
CASA 98th Annual ETS
Hershey PA
William Dotts FDA REHS CSO NJ-DO
May 13th, 2014
Special Events Including Super Bowls
• Special events and NSSE’s
• FDA resources, provided through request
(RFA’s) from USSS state/local
• Retail Food Specialist role, training,
standardization, SME’s, collaboration, other
resources
• FDA issued assignments demonstrate
cooperative efforts: inspections, sampling,
record collection & trace back activities.
FDA NIMS & IMT’s
• HSPD 5 All federal agencies to be NIMS
compliant
• ICS the established, standardized organizational
structure and terminology utilized for the
management of all incidents
• 2009 FDA NIMS implementation work group,
training based on established standards and
FDA EOP
Roles & Responsibilities of
NJ Department of Health
• Primary Regulatory Authority of the MetLife
Sports Complex (State Property)
– MetLife Stadium, Izod Center, Racetrack & New
Racetrack and surrounding areas
• Provide technical assistance, training & support
for Local Health Departments (LHDs)
– 100 LHDs in NJ/ ~20 LHDs in Super Bowl Zone
• Coordinate efforts of State, Federal & LHDs
Challenges of Super Bowl 48
• Two-State Super Bowl NJ NY Co-host
– New Jersey (Game Day Activities) &
– New York City Super Bowl Week Festivities
• Super Bowl Blvd, Bud Light Cruise Ship, etc.
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NFL Control
Limited NJ control
Vendor cross over
The Unknown
Outdated Facilities (Meadowlands Racetrack)
Challenges: Super Bowl 48
Capitalism v. Public Health
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NJ DOH Challenges: The Unknown
• The #, Size & Complexity of NJ Temporary
Food Events
• # of Venues at MetLife Sports Complex?
• Major Transportation Hubs
– NJ Transit Rail Stations, NJ Turnpike Service Areas,
etc.
• # of LHDs impacted?
• Additional Resources for/from NJDOH?
Challenges: The Unknown
Weather Conditions?
Pre-Super Bowl: Initial Efforts
• NJDOH Food and Drug Safety Program initial request to
FDA 8/11
• Food defense concerns about Met Life Stadium
• Special events coverage: pre-season game, 9/11 ten-year
anniversary game
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PRE-SUPER BOWL:
Food Defense Initiative
• Food defense presentations - 8/11
• Walk-through:
- DNC management
- Stadium security
- FDA
- NJDOH-FDSP
• Facility layout/security
• Assessment of potential
vulnerabilities
• Supplier list
• Discussion use of vulnerability assessments
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Preliminary Food Defense
Assessment Met-Life Stadium
Pre-Super Bowl:
Food Defense Initiative
• NJDOH inspectors conducted food vulnerability assessments at
9/11/11 and 12/11 games:
- 60+ foodservice operations visited
- most recommendations had been implemented
• DNC’s food defense directive “to demonstrate a higher level of
safety with our food supply/flow”
- FIRST training required for all employees
- stricter receiving/storage protocols
- chain of custody for food
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PRE-SUPER BOWL:
INITIAL EFFORTS
Pre-Super Bowl:
Local Health Department Activities
• Food defense grants to local health department in
Somerset County Phase 1 & 2
• Food safety and defense presentations to locals on
5/13 and 8/13 FDA/USDA/NJDOH/industry/NY
• Training included food defense for special events
• Presentation by Indiana State HD, lessons learned
•Presentations FDA/CFSAN NJ DO
• Additional training in early 2014 Bergen County
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PRE-SUPER BOWL:
LHD OUTREACH
• Newark Health Department:
- met with Newark HD and foodservice management staff at
Prudential Center on 1/7/14
- food defense discussion/materials
- walk-through facility assessment and recommendations
• Bergen County meetings:
- help prepare local health for potential impact of influx of
people to hotels, restaurants, mobile foods, etc.
- meetings on 11/26/13 1/15/14 with FDA, USDA, NJDOH
and local HD
- trainings by NJDOH, FDA CER & FDA NJ DO
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Pre-Super Bowl FDA Resources
• Involvement/interest of FDA OCM food defense
group • RFA’s, for special events, procedure what was
asked for by NJ DOH formal RFA 9/5/13
• 4 areas of resource utilization (vendors, RRFS,
food defense assessments, resources)
• Standing up of FDA NJ DO IMT 11/12/13 to
plan, assist & implement IAP’s Sit Reps each OP
Use of ICS & IMT’s
Benefits of ICS
• Defines Clear Roles &
Responsibilities
• Keeps Communications Clear
• Allows for Flexibility, dynamic
• Federal agencies NIMS compliant
• Major Considerations
– Structure of IMT
– Roles within IMT
– Location of IMT
NWJ-DO Super Bowl XLVIII
Incident Management Team
AEG
IC
Diana Amador-Toro
Craig Swanson
Nancy Rolli
Bill Dotts
DIC
B. Muszynski
SO B. Muszynski
USDA LO
P. Brown
LNO
B. Muszynski
NER Liaison Officer
N. Scire (NER-ERC
PIO NA
Operations
Planning
Logistics
Finance/Admin
B Dotts
B. Muszynski
B. Muszynski
T. Imler
Strike Team(s)
FDA
Facilities &
Supplies
If needed
B. Muszynski
J DeClement
Training
B. Kitay
J DeClement
D. Patel
SITL
PWB
UWB
DOCL
Emergencies
RESL
D. Patel
Technical
Specialist
B. Kitay
Transportation
If needed
Admin support
If needed
Super Bowl XLVIII
Joint Food Defense Initiatives
• Food defense presentations part of overall discussions with locals in
May and August 2013
• Food defense vulnerability assessments conducted 12/13-15/14 by
NJ FDA, NJ DOH at transit sites, Turnpike HMS and review of DNC
food defense plan at Met-Life Stadium
• Review of DNC new food defense
plan at MetLife Stadium
Newark Penn Station Waiting Area
Pre-Super Bowl:
Logistics Activities
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Late 11/13 credential process started
Approvals required from NJSP, FBI, NFL
Changes daily
Pre-game week and Game Day credentials
Difficulties
• NFL “Large and In Charge”
• Transportation and parking
• Food protection priority or not?
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Pre-Super Bowl:
NJ DOH Retail Activities
• MetLife Stadium foodservice facilities inspected
11/13 and 12/15
• NJ Turnpike, GSP, & NJ Transit stations
inspected 12/13 &1/14 during food defense VA
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MetLife Sports Complex
Venues:
• NFL Tailgate Party
11,000 attendees
– Old Meadowlands Racetrack Grandstand
• FOX Sports Event
800 attendees
– Old Racetrack
Union Square Catering - NYC
• VIP Party
6,000 attendees
– Izod Center
(Aramark)
• Super Bowl Host Committee 2,500 attendees
– New Meadowlands Racetrack (Great Performances)
Pre-Super Bowl NJ DOH:
• 1/14 activities:
- Met with the promoters and foodservice
contractors
- Conducted walk-throughs of the New
Meadowlands Racetrack and Izod Center
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Game Day -5
Joint Food Safety/Defense Training
IZOD Center
Representatives from the Sports Complex
Venues:
• MetLife Stadium
• SB Host Committee
• NFL Tailgate Party and VIP Party
• Aramark, Delaware North, etc.
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Pre-Super Bowl NJ DOH Retail:
• 1/30/14 Met with PPW of the NFL Tailgate
Party walk-thru at Old Meadowlands Racetrack
Grandstand
• 1/30/14 Met with Union Square Events and
conducted walk-thru providing food for the
FOX Sports Event at Old Meadowlands
Racetrack Grandstand
Pre-Super Bowl:
• Inspectional activities included monitoring of
receiving and preparation temperatures of
multiple types of food products to be re-heated,
stored, cooked, prepared and served during
tailgating parties on 2/2/14
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Pre-Operational Assessments
2/1/14
• 6 NJDOH inspectors & 3 FDA investigators
• Meadowlands Sports Complex (MSC)
- IZOD Center
- Meadowlands Racetrack
- New Meadowlands Racetrack
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The Big Game Weekend
• 2/1/14 and game day NJDOH & FDA inspectors conduct
food safety inspections at venue sites and Stadium, Izod
Center, Racetrack, Old Racetrack pre-party
• 2/2/14 food safety audits by NJDOH FDSP assisted by
FDA at venue sites, photos and talk about issues and
potential issues.
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NJDOH/ FDA Inspection Team…
…NJDOH/ FDA Inspection Team
Game Day -1: NFL Tailgate Party
Deliveries
Game Day -1: NFL Tailgate Party
Deliveries
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Game Day: NFL Tailgate Party
11,000 (Old Racetrack)
Game Day:
FOX Sports Event (Old Racetrack)
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Game Day:
IZOD Center
Izod Center: 6,000 attendees, Aramark, multiple types of
food items, pre-op inspections on 2/1/14 and on game day
THE BIG GAME WEEKEND:
IZOD CENTER
Game Day:
Met Life Stadium
• 80,000
+ attendees
• (not including staff and security)
Game Day:
Met Life Stadium
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Keys to Success
• Professional, qualified
staff
• Planning, joint meetings
• Specialized Inspection
Form (short form)
• Flexibility (changes)
• Training
• Appropriate Roles
• Communications
• Trust
NJDOH/FDA NJ-DO ICC
Lessons Learned
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Expect the Unexpected
Be Prepared for Anything
Use of ICS
Use of Local Logistics and
assets
• Plan early, assemble your
team
• Spend time to think things
through, together
• After Action meeting &
report
When all was said and done, the SB
was a great opportunity for NJ
DOH, FDA, USDA and LH to work
together as a team in the interest of
protecting public health
THANK YOU!!!
US FDA NJ-DO
William Dotts CSO REHS
856-783-1420 x 112
[email protected] v
Food & Drug Safety Program
NJ Department of Health
609-826-4935
[email protected]
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