Shared Lessons for Risk Communications
We explore parallels from the communications around the pandemic response and whether we can transfer these to effective dispersant communications.
Crisis Exercises: Are You Wasting Your Time and Money? A Blueprint for Better Exercises
Based on an evaluation of current exercise approaches, we look at the key areas of practice that can be improved and benefits that can be gained.
Oiled Wildlife and Preparedness - Perspectives from South East Asia
Norman Ramos, Principal Trainer & Consultant, and Yow Lih Hern, Senior Consultant, discuss the current oiled wildlife practices in South East Asia
TPR Seminar Series - Part Nine: Dispersants
This ninth session sees OSRL's Principal Preparedness & Response Authority, Andy Nicoll, discuss the use of dispersants in spill response.
What is Contingency Planning?
Despite best prevention efforts, spills will inevitably occur. Lucy talks about the contingency planning process as an effective preparedness measure.
Spill Journal: MT Evoikos
We reflect on some of the past spills with those who were there. This journal looks at our response to the MT Evoikos spill in October 1997.
TPR Seminar Series - Part Eight: Shoreline Clean-up Assessment Technique (SCAT)
This eighth session sees Technical Lead , Dr. Rob Holland, discuss Shoreline Clean-up Assessment Techniques (SCAT) for oil spill response.
ATSEA-2 Webinar Series - Part 3: NEBA/SIMA & PNG Case Study
Understand the concept of NEBA/SIMA with this webinar and appreciate the oil spill preparedness and response from PNG’s context.
Oil Pollution Emergency Plans - What Are They?
The oil spill preparedness planning process is a structured approach to developing spill response capability, allowing for effective initial response
Wildlife Response Services: SLA to Members
This webinar provides an overview of the Wildlife Response Services available to Members as part of the OSRL Service Level Agreement (SLA).
Are We Biased Against Our Best Leaders?
In this webinar, Marta Januszewska explores the implications of our unconscious bias on crisis management; both as a leader and a follower.
Top Tips for What Makes a Great Exercise
Lee Barber and Rob James explore exercise fundamentals and share their top tips for what makes a great oil spill response exercise
OSRL Resource Library
First-hand experience in responding to oil spill incidents of varying nature and locality across the global, allow's Oil Spill Response to provide a wealth of resources and insights.
From case studies with our Members to industry insights and operational field guides spanning response and crisis management to dispersants and contingency planning. All resources are freely available to view or download.