This brief overview shows what OSRL does to ensure that the Capping Stack Systems (CSSs) and Subsea Incident Response Toolkits (SIRTs) are ready for use. Following sections cover cap storage, toolkit storage and maintenance in more detail.
OSRL is responsible for the storage, maintenance and testing of the four Capping Stack Systems (CSSs), and the two Subsea Incident Response Toolkit (SIRTs).
OSRL will ensure all SWIS equipment is prepared to be mobilised in the event that a member requires to use it. Full maintenance routines have been implemented for the equipment and are carried out in accordance with industry best practice.
Mobilisation procedures are in place and fully exercised to ensure that the equipment is prepared to be deployed with minimal delay.
It is important that members also have plans and procedures in place that are tested to ensure that the notification, mobilisation and deployment process can be carried out effectively.
Are you ready?
Do you have tested notification, mobilisation and deployment plans and procedures in place?