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The Oiled Wildlife Assessment Service from GOWRS goes live! Introducing a new wildlife service for OSRL Members

viernes, 19 de agosto de 2022

The Oiled Wildlife Assessment Service from GOWRS goes live! Introducing a new wildlife service for OSRL Members

The Oiled Wildlife Assessment Service from GOWRS goes live! Introducing a new wildlife service for OSRL Members

An MoU signing between OSRL and the Global Oiled Wildlife Response Service (GOWRS) Network at Interspill 2022 paved the way for the Oiled Wildlife Assessment Service to go live on a 'best endeavours' basis in July. This article provides an overview of what that means for our Members in practice

OSRL Achieve DNV Certification

miércoles, 3 de agosto de 2022

OSRL Achieve DNV Certification

The DNV audit which took place in July conclusions demonstrates a mature and robust integrated management system, an excellent result for an organisation of our size and our level of diverse and varied business processes.

Oil Spill Response Exercise in Southampton

martes, 12 de julio de 2022

Oil Spill Response Exercise in Southampton

OSRL is today conducting a No Notice Drill at our Southampton base to train our response teams and develop our operational capabilities. 

OSRL and CEDRE commit to renew Letter of Understanding

miércoles, 22 de junio de 2022

OSRL and CEDRE commit to renew Letter of Understanding

Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL) and France’s Centre for Documentation, Research and Experimentation on Accidental Water Pollution (CEDRE) have today committed to renewing their ‘Letter of Understanding’ (LOU) to strengthen bilateral collaboration at Interspill 2022.

OSRL is attending Interspill 2022

jueves, 26 de mayo de 2022

OSRL is attending Interspill 2022

On the 21st of June, Interspill 2022 will open its doors to the industry for the next event in the triennial series of international oil spill clean-up events. 

Once again, we will collaborate with our partners IPIECA, IOGP, Sea Alarm Foundation, and the Global Response Network to showcase industry collaboration on a shared platform (stand B40) at Interspill 2022.

Report of Activity 2021

martes, 7 de diciembre de 2021

Report of Activity 2021

We are pleased to highlight our achievements, financial and business performance and key deliverables in this 2021 Report of Activity.

 

 

OSRL Executive Team Update

jueves, 30 de septiembre de 2021

OSRL Executive Team Update

As part of OSRL’s drive to continuously improve and move the business forward, we are pleased to announce the following role changes within our Executive Team.

Simon Dewhirst – Supply Chain Management and Resources Director

Rob James – Commercial Director

Matt Clements – Regional Director, EMEA

Remote training courses gain further three years accreditation from the Nautical Institute for delivery

jueves, 23 de septiembre de 2021

Remote training courses gain further three years accreditation from the Nautical Institute for delivery

Every three years, OSRL goes through a process of re-accreditation with the Nautical Institute (NI). The NI accreditation ensures that we meet all the requirements prescribed in their standards to deliver several accredited courses. 

COVID 19 (Coronavirus Disease 19)

viernes, 6 de agosto de 2021

COVID-19 Statement

Updated OSRL statement with regard to COVID 2019 (Coronavirus Disease)

Oil Spill Response Exercise This Week in the English Channel

lunes, 21 de junio de 2021

Oil Spill Response Exercise This Week in the English Channel

This week Oil Spill Response is performing a live on-the-water exercise this week (22nd to 25th June) to train our response teams and develop our operational capabilities.  The exercise will involve simulating an oil spill incident to test response equipment and instruct personnel on best-practice procedures. It will take place southwest of the Isle of Wight and along the Solent and involve a number of specialist vessels out on the water, as well as the Boeing 727 aircraft adapted with internal tanks, pumps, and spray booms flying alongside a dedicated surveillance aircraft.