Providing crucial information to first responders since 1983, FIRESCOPE is proud to present the interactive 2017 Field Operations Guide ICS 420-1.
All the information from the 2017 FOG ICS 420-1 is included in this app. Now you can easily find critical information on Resource Typing, ICS Forms, Position Checklists, Organization Charts and examples of how to organize using the Incident Command System (ICS) when facing All-Hazard Incidents.
New features to this update include the ability to view in landscape or portrait view. Zoom is now functional and allows for easier reading. Select ICS forms can be viewed and filled out using Adobe Acrobat. Traditional chapter viewing is also available.
Easily access other valuable information such as Wildland Fire Management Guiding Principles, Tactical Engagement, Levels of Engagement, Powerline Safety and a Structure Assessment Checklist.
Also included is valuable information on these ICS topics:
- Responder Rehab
- Common Responsibilities
- Multi-Agency Coordination System (MACS
- Area Command
- Complex Command
- Unified Command
- Planning Process
- Organizational Guides
- Resource Types and Minimum Standards
- Hazardous Materials
- Urban Search and Rescue
- Terrorism / Weapons of Mass Destruction
- Swiftwater / Flood Search and Rescue
- WUI to include updates to proper terminology
- High Rise Structure Fire Incident
- Protective Action Guidelines
- Firefighter Incident Safety and Accountability Guidelines
- Glossary of Terms
- California Agency Designators
- Operational Area Identifiers
- New addition: Rapid Extraction Module Support (REMS)
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
- Fixed a bug when viewing the Glossary of Terms page.
- Fixed a bug when viewing the ICS Map Symbols page.
- Fixed a bug when screen orientation changes on the Designations by Agency page.
Ratings and Reviews
Instant access to needed ICS structures
Good app to have with easy to use selections. Highly recommend
So far it's been very buggy and hard to find information. When I've done searches for specific things, either it's a long list or empty. Sometimes when I click on a search, it goes to main page. Even the main page has vague terms and hard to navigate (not laid out like paperback). Very hard to use and not worth the $$ however gave 2 stars because technically the information is there.
Buggy and not user friendly
Not impressed at all with the app, the search function is somewhat of a pain, for example if I search "high rise" it shows no results, you must type "high-rise" and have the exact verbiage to produce results. That is the last thing you want on an emergency scene. The app also crashes intermittently when being used.
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- California Governors Office of Emergency Services
- 54.6 MB
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 6.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
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- © 2017 Studio Tiga
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.