Due to the complexity of a subsea well control incident it is imperative to know who does what, so effort isn't duplicated and there are no missing links. This page explains the key interfaces between OSRL and the Incident Owner (IO).
- Maintenance and storage at OSRL facilities
- Testing and assembly/disassembly
- Handling and transport of resources to handover point
- Logistics Planning Guide
- A focal point to support the member and any ongoing operations 24/7
- Hardware technical support
- Ensure all loads are fit for transit including lashing and securing in containers and on skids.
- Shipping and customs documentation (in English) required for the incident whether by road, sea or air.
- Packing plans for OIE
- Generic sea fastening plan
- Packing lists
- Pro-forma invoices
- Commercial invoice
- Load summary
Incident Owner Provides
Incident Owner Provides to OSRL
Sea Mobilisation Specifics
Air Mobilisation Specifics
All documentation is available on the OSRL EDMS (Electronic Document Management System). For access to this site please contact your Subscriber Technical Advisory Forum (STAF) representative or contact the OSRL document controller via firstname.lastname@example.org