ISA: Incident Command System Awareness
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule to help assure worker health and safety during emergency response activities requires specific training for members of the response team, depending upon the duties to be performed. Emergency response activities are conducted within a structured framework called the Incident Command System and an Emergency Response Plan (ERP); at locations where personnel will evacuate and await external personnel to conduct the response an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is required.
This is an Awareness level program and does not meet the requirements for serving as an Incident Commander at an actual incident. To serve as an Incident Commander, additional training is required, including an initial 24-hours of training at the Operations level.