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Source control planning in a subsea well control incident

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

SWIS planning in response to a source control event

The management of a source control event require the collaboration of multiple stakeholders across the industry and regulatory authorities.  Having a well thought plan will ensure the most effective response is underway

How to deal with inland oil spills

Friday, November 16, 2018

How to deal with Inland Oil Spills?

Edgar Gerasmia, OSRL's Senior Trainer shares his experience and knowledge on how to deal with Inland Oil Spills.

Oil spill equipment kit : A bliss or a nightmare?

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Oil Spill Equipment Kit - A Bliss or Nightmare?

When was the last time you reviewed your oil spill response equipment kit? Arti Chopra, our Business Development Executive shares why the stakes are too high if these critical questions are left unanswered.

Precaution and preparedness: Key to handle oil spills

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Precaution and preparedness: Key to handle oil spills

Aaron Montgomery, OSRL's Development and Assurance Lead mentions his perspective on preventing and handling oil spill incidents.

“Am I capable of managing an oil spill incident at a strategic level?”

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Am I capable of managing an oil spill incident at a strategic level?

Our Trainer, Kai Jing shares some of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) from our IMO Level 3 delegates as well as the challenges they often face when managing a spill. Interestingly, our OSRL trainers would discuss these at the course and provide practical tips to resolve these challenges from their own spill experience.

Surface Dispersant Exercise

Friday, July 20, 2018

Surface Dispersant Exercise

The Surface Dispersant Exercise is one we conduct twice yearly to provide our operational personnel with the opportunity to exercise their practical knowledge of surface dispersant application methods. Hear about this years first exercise from one of our Response Specialists...

Overcoming logistical challenges of coordinating large group training

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Coordinating large group training

When coordinating learning and development for a large group of operators, how do you ensure that they are adequately equipped with relevant and up-to-date skills without disrupting their work schedules?

Our Principal Trainer, Robert Chan, has a great story to share on how this can be done."


30 years since Piper Alpha

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

30 years since Alpha Piper

Tim Swift, OSRL's Quality Manager reflects on 30 years since Piper Alpha; lessons learnt and improvements made since.

OSRL Observe Norways annual Exercise

Thursday, June 28, 2018

OSRL Observe Norways annual Exercise

For four decades, Norway has hosted an annual Oil on Water (OOW) Exercise. Designed as an opportunity to verify and maintain the continuous development of Norway’s national spill preparedness plan.

Back-To-Shoreline Exercise

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Back-To-Shoreline Exercise

Hon Phui Hang talks about a recent shoreline exercise conducted between 23-27 April with a specific focus on Shoreline Clean-up Assessment Technique (SCAT) and protection of sensitive resources and waste management. Click through to read more.