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View the demo of our IMS 200 course, which describes the leadership and management within an incident management system, the functional areas and briefings of the system and the organisational flexibility of command.
View the demo of our Oil Spill Awareness for Vessel Crews e-learning course, developed to give Standby Vessel Masters and Crews, or First Responders in an offshore response, the necessary knowledge to respond quickly and effectively to an offshore oil spill incident.
An overview of OSRL’s Foundation and Continuation Course in collaboration with Eastern Canada Response Corporation and Alaska Clean Seas.
View the demo of our NEW Oil Spill Incident Controllers course designed specifically for the Australian Oil and Gas operators. The aim of this online course is to outline the actions and considerations that Offshore Installation Managers (OIMs) and other offshore personnel responsible for assessing oil spills and their consequences, activating contingency plans and reporting pollution incidents to authorities need to undertake within the initial stages of response.
There are seven topics to take, followed by an assessment. Because this is a demo, you will only have access up-to section 3.
In this webcast, our Aberdeen Representative, Simon Blaen and Aberdeen Consultant, Dougal Fraser explain the DECC training requirements for UK Operators, including who needs to be trained and to what level, as well as detailing how OSRL can help meet the requirements.
Catch up on our Incident Management Systems (IMS) webinar when our oil spill experts gave an overview of OSRL’s preparedness and response experiences in incident management; including case studies of how we have developed understanding and practical application of IMS amongst those with whom we've worked as well as an overview of our NEW IMS-100 e-learning course. View the demo here.
View the demo of our NEW IMS 100 course, which describes the history, features and principles, and organisational structure of an Incident Management System. There are seven topics to take, followed by an assessment. Because this is a demo, you will only have access up-to topic number 3.
1 - Types of airborne sensors, 2 - Integrated airborne systems, 3 - Training of airborne surveillance, 4 - Challenge of the regional availability of platforms and sensors.
OSRL participated in a five-day state-level exercise called the Exercise Ningaloo Challenge, led by Western Australia (WA) Department of Transport (DoT), under the auspices of Quadrant Energy in September 2017.
A key objective of the exercise was to validate the response arrangement detailed in WA DoT’s Offshore Petroleum Industry Guidance Notes, which provide a structured framework to enable an integrated cross jurisdiction response to a ‘Level 3 Marine Oil Pollution’ incident comprising multiple stakeholders. Quadrant Energy was invited to demonstrate their capability to co-manage the response.
Read how OSRL developed and designed an Enhanced Responder Training programme to train Petrobras Responders in Brazil at the sites of their response bases and enabled Petrobras to roll-out a longer term training programme across the Petrobras Response Bases to raise preparedness levels.