Oklahoma Field Operations Guide (OKFOG)
The OKFOG is a pocket-sized communications quick-reference booklet designed to:
- Assist all public safety personnel in the use of interoperable radio resources on a day-to-day basis, as well as during large-scale events which necessitate a multi-disciplinary and multi-jurisdictional response.
- Provide guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for the proper use, naming, and programming of interoperable radio channels.
- Be utilized by both emergency responders and radio technicians to ensure that every public safety agency in the state of Oklahoma is equipped with optimal interoperable capabilities.
The OKFOG is also compliant with the National Incident Management System (NIMS).
The information in this guide is intended to assist public safety personnel in identifying the proper radio channels to use when responding outside their primary service area, whether in another part of the state or to a major disaster in a different state. We encourage you to have as many of these interoperability channels programmed in your radio as possible.
Periodic updates will be made to the electronic version of the document and will be highlighted on the newly established Record of Change page. Major revisions will be completed as needed.