Oil Spill Response Resources and Knowledge
Nearly four decades of first-hand experience in responding to oil spill incidents of varying nature and locality, has allowed us to create a hub of knowledge available to share with you.
From case studies with our Members to industry insights and operational field guides spanning response and crisis management to dispersants and contingency planning, plus everything else in between, all resources are freely available to view or download.
The OSRL Podcast: The Response Force Multiplier - Episode 3
In this episode, we join Liam Harrington-Missin as we delve into the fascinating world of artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on emergency management.
Preparedness Journey Webinar Series - Webinar 1: Understanding the Oil Spill Landscape
Our experts provide an overview of the oil spill landscape in this introductory webinar.
Elevating Incident Management Excellence in Renewable Energy
Explore how a leading renewable energy company improved incident management through OSRL's Incident Management System (IMS) training, enhancing preparedness and response capabilities.
Latest Response Resources
The OSRL Podcast : The Response Force Multiplier Trailer
Introducing The Response Force Multiplier: The Ultimate Emergency Planning and Response Podcast that explores all aspects of emergency planning and response.
TPR Seminar Series - Part Twelve: Environmental Impact Assessment
Norman Ramos, Principal Consultant and Trainer, provides an overview of the TPR segment relating to Environmental Impact Assessment.
Next Generation Fuels – the Future of Emergency Response
We explore what challenges alternative fuels must overcome to become viable, safe and trusted replacements for oil
Navigating the Evolving Landscape of Oil Spill Response
Yearly oil spill risks rise, impacting us all. This article explores challenges, innovation, and vital collaboration in transforming the industry.
Forward Thinking and Refined
What can the renewable regulators and operators learn from the oil and gas industry? Uncover potential knowledge and data gaps in the response to oil spills associated with renewables.
Digital Twins: Response Through the Looking Glass
Digital Twins are now common in engineering and production, but can the concept be applied to dynamic, people-based systems such as incident response?