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Drills & Exercises Forms
- Evaluator Work Sheet, FG1963 (PDF) - A worksheet to be filled out by an evaluator during a drill. Used to track the evaluation of PREP and California Objectives. It can be used to track the objectives exercised during a drill or exercise and whether or not the objective was Met, Not Met, Not Tested or Not Observed. There is space available for comments.
- Exercise Notification Form, OSPR 1964 (PDF) - This form is used to notify OSPR of an upcoming drill or exercise. The data from this form is used on the Drill Calendar and help to plan for OSPR participation.
- Equipment Deployment Evaluation Form, FG 1965 (PDF) - Useful form to track emergency response actions during a semi-annual equipment deployment. Used in conjunction with a sketch, it helps to document equipment, times and personnel.
- Request For Drill/Exercise Credit, FG OSPR 1967 (PDF) - This form is sent to OSPR after completing a drill or exercise. It lists the name of facility or vessel plan, plan number, date, location, contact information and type of drill. It includes check boxes for all 61 objectives.
- Spill Management Team / Tabletop Exercise Report, OSPR 1966 (PDF) - A form used to evaluate the effectiveness of a Spill Management Team when conducting a tabletop exercise. Provides a broad overview report, emphasizing knowledge of oil spill response plan, notifications, communications, OSRO’s, coordination and area contingency plan.
- Drills and Exercises Feedback Survey, OSPR 1968 (PDF) - This survey is being conducted by the Drills and Exercises Unit of the Office of Spill Prevention and Response. The purpose of the survey is to solicit comments regarding the Drills and Exercises program to identify areas where spill response has improved due to efforts of the program and where future improvements might be made. It can be viewed as an evaluation of the Unit tasked with ensuring the readiness of statewide pollution response capabilities through participation in drills and exercises.
- OSPR Unannounced Drill Form (PDF)
- All Oil Spill Plan Holder Letter (PDF)
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