ICS Forms

For drills and exercises, OSPR requires certain federal Incident Command System (ICS) forms be utilized to be eligible for credit. Below is a list of ICS forms required by 14 CCR § 820.1, which is effective January 1, 2023. These forms must be utilized pursuant to 14 CCR § 820.1(k)(2) to be eligible for credit.

When specific forms are not required by 14 CCR § 820.1, plan holders may choose to utilize other versions of ICS forms, including those made available by federal agencies that may serve as the Federal On-Scene Coordinator.

During actual spills, OSPR recommends utilizing ICS forms from the Federal On-Scene Coordinator to support personnel managing a response and completing an incident action plan.

Additional Resources

  • US Coast Guard ICS Forms
    The USCG forms are available as PDF or Word files that can be downloaded and printed. Some PDFs have directly editable fields, while others are not editable.
  • US Environmental Protection Agency ICS Forms
    The US EPA forms are PDFs that can be downloaded, printed, and directly edited. Click on the “Download” link in the far right column to access the directly editable version of the form.


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