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With the current global situation, have you thought about how you would run your Incident Management System when you have to work from home or remotely? The IMS Core Group discussed the challenges and opportunities of a running virtually in an interactive presentation and discussion.
As the COVID-19 situation unfolded in the UK in March, our upcoming trips to deliver face-to-face training were understandably cancelled. However, Wintershall Noordzee was still keen for us to deliver the OPEP courses previously agreed upon...
"Remote training works very well. I like it better than being in a classroom together."
Is PIMA (Pandemic Impact Mitigation Assessment) the answer to rebooting society safely after lockdowns? Our podcast draws analogy from the field of oil spill response to get a crisis management perspective on this question. Statements expressed by participants in the recording may not necessarily represent the views of OSRL.
Is it reasonable that the world should have been better prepared for COVID 19? In a virtual coffeeshop conversation, Rosie, Marcus, Dave and Jon apply their crisis management perspectives to this question, dissecting challenges and lessons of the first phase of the pandemic in this 45 min podcast. Statements expressed by participants in the recording may not necessarily represent the views of OSRL.
A minor oil spill can sometimes create a large amount of waste and hinders spill management. Join our Principal Trainer, Robert Chan as we discuss the challenges associated with national waste regulations for oil spills and the importance of a waste management plan.
Do you think you play a part in media management during an oil spill or emergency situation in your organisation? Join this webinar by our Senior Trainer, Ms Sim Kai Jing on the importance of knowing and following your company's media policy.
Knowing the properties of oil is important for effective spill response. Our Trainer, Edgar Gerasmia discusses the following key points during the webinar:
Aerial observation with trained observers is a surveillance method that is often relied upon and considered critical to an effective response. During the webinar our surveillance experts Dan White and Matthew Low will provide you with fundamentals of effective aerial surveillance mission. They will also analyse images from real oil spills and explain importance of interpretation of collected data.
Marine oil spills do not only have environmental effects but socio-economic effects as well. In this webinar, our APAC Training and Consultant Lead - Mr. Norman Lorica Ramos will walk through with you some of the socio-economic effects through a case study and highlight considerations needed for holistic decision making.
Assessing your Oil Spill Risk, likelihoods and consequences; Preparedness Planning, Documentation, Notification and Mobilization procedures, Emergency Response and Incident Management Team staffing requirements; Response Resource identification, activation, and deployment; Maintaining Response Readiness.