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2022 Hurricane Season - Ensuring Personnel Readiness

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ALCOAST 141/22

R 181641Z APR 22  MID200001679511U
FM COMDT COGARD WASHINGTON DC
TO ALCOAST
BT
UNCLAS
ALCOAST 141/22
SSIC 7220
SUBJ:  2022 HURRICANE SEASON - ENSURING PERSONNEL READINESS
1. Hurricane season begins 01 June and continues through 30
November. Given the past years' hurricanes and evacuations, it is
critical we remain vigilant and be prepared this hurricane season.
In preparation, it is vital that all Coast Guard members, civilians
and their families be familiar with the tools and resources 
available to them. Hurricanes are among nature's most powerful and
destructive phenomena. You cannot be ready to help others, unless 
you and your family are ready first.
2. Military Personnel can visit the Office of Military Personnel
Policy (CG-133) website for helpful information on evacuation
allowances and frequently asked questions. This information
will help you and your family be better prepared. Visit the site at:
(Copy and Paste URL below into browser)

https://www.dcms.uscg.mil/Our-Organization/Assistant-Commandant-
for-Human-Resources-CG-1/Director-of-Military-Personnel-CG-13/
Military-Personnel-Policy-CG-133-/

3. Civilian Personnel can visit the Office of Civilian Human
Resources (CG-122) website for the civilian emergency situations
guide to find important information on evacuation allowances.
This information can be accessed at:
(Copy and Paste URL below into browser)

https://www.dcms.uscg.mil/Our-Organization/Assistant-Commandant-
for-Human-Resources-CG-1/Civilian-Human-Resources-Diversity-and-
Leadership-Directorate-CG-12/Civilian-HR/

4. When possible, commands are encouraged to reach out to
COMDT (CG-133) prior to a hurricane or event which may require
evacuation to help ensure that correct pay and entitlement guidance
is given. Commands should also review PPCs Evacuation Travel and
Travel Claim Resources found at:
(Copy and Paste URL below into browser)

https://www.dcms.uscg.mil/ppc/travel 

The PPC website provides guidance on a wide range of issues from 
drafting an evacuation message to preparing travel claims after 
the natural disaster is over.
5. All personnel are reminded to check their Coast Guard
Personnel Accountability and Assessment System (CGPAAS)
information for accuracy at: 
(Copy and Paste URL below into browser)

https://cgpaas.uscg.mil/cas/login?service=https%3A%2F%2Fcgpaas
.uscg.mil%2F

6. Information about support programs and services available to
Coast Guard members, civilian personnel, and family members is
available on the HSWL app available at: 
(Copy and Paste URL below into browser)

https://www.dcms.uscg.mil/Our-Organization/Assistant-Commandant
-for-Human-Resources-CG-1/Health-Safety-and-Work-Life-CG-11/
Office-of-Work-Life-CG-111/Ombudsman-Program/Ombudsman-App/ 

Upload the "USCG HSWL" app on your cell phone to have all the 
hurricane resource information listed above readily available, 
24/7.
7. Review your insurance policy to ensure that you have adequate
coverage for your home now, not after a loss is incurred. If you
rent a house or apartment and do not already have renterĂ¢€™s
insurance, you should talk to a professional insurance agent about
purchasing a renters insurance policy. Also, keep in mind that
homeowner or renters insurance does not cover flood damage;
flood insurance must be purchased separately and most flood
insurance policies require a 30-day waiting period before the
coverage is effective.
8. The safety and protection of Coast Guard members, civilians and
their families is of paramount concern and you are strongly 
encouraged to prepare early for a safe hurricane season.
9. Questions about this ALCOAST can be directed to COMDT (CG-133)
at: HQS-Policyandstandards@uscg.mil.
10. Dr. Donna M. Navarro, Acting Assistant Commandant of Human
Resources (CG-1), sends.
11. Internet release is authorized.