This site contains frequently used forms and documents specific to Washington
State. It may be helpful for training staff or use in drills when Ecology cannot
participate. These documents are in Word format and are printable.
Ecology’s Approach to Oil Spills: describes Ecology’s
“rapid, aggressive, well-coordinated response” doctrine. This is the "standard"
that Ecology holds for plan holders in both drills and spills.
Oil Spill Incident Typing: explains the “types” or scale of
complexity, resource use, and response considerations are covered.
Unified Command Resources
Example Objectives for Oil Spill Incidents:
These objectives can be used to get a “jumpstart” on an incident or in a drill.
This ICS 202 Incident Objectives form is
pre-populated with the most common Overall and Operational Period objectives.
Safety Officer Checklist:
This checklist describes the WA State legal requirements for creating a incident
specific, site-safety plan. A plan is required for incidents exceeding 24 hours.
Operations Section Resources
Operations Section Checklist: A checklist and guidelines for
oil spill tactical response options/strategies.
Environmental Unit Resources
Permit tracking Template: Tracks permits required for the incident.
Point of contact information, expiration dates, permit conditions, time frame,
and cost are included.
Decanting Approval Plan: This plan outlines the approval process
that the Federal and State On-Scene Coordinators (OSC's) and Environmental Unit
(EU) for decanting. Criteria is included.
FOSC Dispersant Authorization Checklist: Guides Technical
Specialists within the Environmental Unit through the dispersant approval
process for pre-approval and case-by-case decision areas. The FOSC reviews the
completed checklist with a separation recommendation memo from various members
of Command and General Staff.
Signature Page for Unified Command Dispersant Recommendation Memo:
This memo gives a recommendation on the use of dispersant, conditions and
limitations, and trial use. It is filled out by the EU Leader, Planning Section
Chief, Operations Section Chief, Safety Officer, Public Information Officer, and
Sample Incident Disposal Plan: This plan tracks oily debris waste
from cradle to grave. Unified Command signs the plan after completion.
ICS Form 232 Resources at Risk Checklist: Guides the EU in filling
out the ICS 232 form. The EU leader assigns work within the Environmental Unit
to complete the 232 Form.
FEMA ICS Self-Study Training
U.S. Coast Guard IMH
Ecology Spill Response Equipment Map