The Rogue States – The Next Big Oil Spill Risk?
We hinder our ability to prepare for and respond to crisis events while sanctions and competing public relations play out on mainstream media
Why Preparing for Oiled Wildlife Emergencies Still Matters in the Energy Transition
As government and industry look beyond oil, it is critical that environmental risk from oil spills, including wildlife impact, stays in focus.
The Plastics Pollution Crisis
Plastics - not so fantastic
Net Zero and the Implications for Emergency Planners
As the world adapts to creating a carbon-neutral future, are the challenges faced by emergency planners and responders going to be any different?
OSRL's Crisis Management Story: A Q&A Session
We talk to Rosie Buse about the fundamentals of crisis management, what it involves, and what we can do to help.
Developing Leaders for a Crisis – Ego is the Enemy
The science behind leadership development and the mindset and skillset that leaders require in complex scenarios and crisis situations.
Pipelines: End of The Line or a Pipe Dream?
With new fuel types and challenges, green energy means oil and gas remains vital short to medium-term. But what will the long-term future look like?
A Revolution in Marine Fuels: Five Behaviour Characteristics of LSFO Responders Need to Know
What we know collectively about LSFOs within the industry, and what responders need to be aware of when potentially dealing with future incidents.
Thoughts on the Balongan Refinery Incident
We reflect on whether this is an incident or a crisis before discussing the company’s possible approach to probable medium/ long term issues.
The Full Ramifications of Cost-Cutting
A question to be considered, the cost to be calculated. Does the ongoing trend for cost-cutting raise questions around unintended consequences?
Reputation Protection in a Crisis - Impossibility or Opportunity?
Can organisations confidently and successfully protect their reputation in the event of a crisis?
Are Women Better Leaders in a Crisis?
Gender plays a significant role in a leader's approach but does that mean that one gender is better at leading in a crisis?