Activate Us

Our activation procedure including contact details and forms for activation, in addition to equipment stockpile and aviation status reports can be found here.

Emergency Contact Numbers

Please note that:

Response services are guaranteed ONLY for Members. Non-members are not guaranteed a response and will be required to sign a Non-member contract. Services and rates differ. Duty managers can be contacted for exercises.

Oil Spill Response Limited Oil Spill Response Limited

Welcome to OSRL

News & Media

Blog

ATSEA-2 and OSRL Collaboration Journey Continues - Quarter 3 Activities

quinta-feira, 6 de outubro de 2022

ATSEA-2 and OSRL Collaboration Q3

ATSEA-2 and OSRL held a Regional Exchange Event in Singapore and the third webinar in the series for 2022. The webinar covered NEBA/SIMA and looked at a case study of a crude palm oil spill in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Find out more about quarter three activities. 

ATSEA-2 and OSRL Webinar Collaboration Journey Continues

terça-feira, 7 de junho de 2022

ATSEA-2 and OSRL Webinar 2

OSRL Boeing 727 Visits Cork

segunda-feira, 16 de maio de 2022

OSRL Boeing 727 Visits Cork

The recent return to overseas training flights provided some local enthusiasts an opportunity to view the aircraft with the 2Excel crew; Flying in Ireland has published an article from the visit, written by author Gabriel Desmond.

ATSEA-2 and OSRL Collaboration on Delivery of Quarterly Webinars

quarta-feira, 16 de março de 2022

ATSEA-2 and OSRL Collaboration on Delivery of Quarterly Webinars

ATSEA-2 Regional Project Management Unit (RPMU) and Oil Spill Response Ltd. (OSRL) collaborated this year to deliver quarterly technical webinars. Norman, our Principal Trainer & Consultant answers some of the questions that were asked during the webinar

OSRL Penguin Quarantine Comes to a Close

sexta-feira, 14 de janeiro de 2022

OSRL Penguin Quarantine Comes to a Close

Over the last two months, a total of 280 African penguins have been cared for at the OSRL GDS warehouse. The SANCCOB team are now wrapped up their response, so the base is back to its regular operational duties.

Cargo & Travel in 2021

quarta-feira, 22 de dezembro de 2021

Cargo & Travel in 2021

Whilst the world did not stop in 2020 and 2021, it slowed down dramatically with the effects felt across both cargo and personnel travel logistics. The combination of Brexit, Covid-19 supply chain impact, repercussions of the Suez Canal blockage, global HGV driver shortage, and the travel restrictions and ever-changing Covid-19 testing and quarantine requirements meant that we as a Global Logistics Team, are facing an unprecedented combination of events that directly affected our ability to perform our jobs. 

The Global Logistics Team Successfully Test new Brexit Procedures

segunda-feira, 17 de maio de 2021

The Global Logistics Team successfully test new Brexit procedures

An update from the Global Logistics Lead Ho Yei Ling on the Global Logistics team and a successful test of new Brexit procedures. 

We also hear from the Travel Team on how they were focussing on new processes and procedures to keep our travellers safe during the global pandemic.

A Bird's eye view of seabird rescue at SANCCOB

quarta-feira, 3 de março de 2021

A Bird's eye view of seabird rescue at SANCCOB

After receiving a request for assistance from GOWRS and Seabird rescue specialist SANCCOB, OSRL staff at our South Africa base helped support ongoing efforts to care for nearly 2,000 Cape cormorant chicks.

 

Here, Shamen Bunsee, Response Specialist recounts his experience of helping with the rescue effort and his new-found appreciation for all the work that goes into wildlife response and for SANCCOB's team.

OSRL’s West Africa Surveillance Platform (WASP) supports the Gabonese Navy in a search and rescue operation

quinta-feira, 4 de fevereiro de 2021

WASP Search and Rescue

OSRL has recently supported the Gabonese Navy in a fantastic collaboration between multiple agencies to save lives at sea.

On Sunday 24th January, a mayday message was sent by the ‘Marie Alexandra’, a French fishing trawler in distress...

Managing A Virtual IMS

sexta-feira, 4 de dezembro de 2020

How to Manage a Virtual IMS

The Covid-19 pandemic has required us to change much of what we do to maintain the same level of service throughout the last eight months. We have responded to oil spills using social distancing rules, delivered our courses remotely and conducted exercises on virtual platforms.

We know that dealing with an incident remotely presents a significant challenge for many organisations. Taking this into account, we are pleased to publish OSRL's Incident Management System Core Group addendum on the Virtual Incident Management System.