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Presentation - Visualisation: From the Field Perspective

July, 2015 By: Sarah Hall, Oil Spill Response Ltd

Presentation - Visualisation: a from the field perspective

Who we are visualising for - Member's with and without geomatics team support, When do we visualise - first critical hours of an incident when the geomatics team maybe mobilising to all the way through the incident at various levels of support.

Presentation - Tiered Preparedness and Response: The Evolving Model

July, 2015 By: Paul Foley, Technical Manager (OSRL)

Presentation - Tiered Preparedness and Response: The Evolving Model

Tiered Preparedness and Response is an internationally recognized planning approach used to: Define and structure levels of oil spill response capabilities; this apporach is not used to categorize the size or scope of a spill, Plan for appropriate resources to be rapidly mobilized and cascaded to an incident location, Enable response escalation for an oil spill of any magnitude. 

Presentation - Talking Technical, Non-technically

July, 2015 By: Aaron Montgomery & Andrew Couch

Presentation - Talking technical, non-technically

Aim of this Session: List the challenges associated with stakeholder engagement, To be able to name the key learning styles, Explain how application of these styles can benefit stakeholder engagement.

Presentation - Short Course: Airborne Surveillance

July, 2015 By: Sarah Hall, Oil Spill Response Ltd

Presentation - Short course: Airborne Surveillance

1 - Types of airborne sensors, 2 - Integrated airborne systems, 3 - Training of airborne surveillance, 4 - Challenge of the regional availability of platforms and sensors.

Presentation - Risk Assessment and Resource Planning in Oil Spill Preparedness and Response

July, 2015 By: Declan O'Driscoll, HSEQ Director (OSRL)

Presentation - Risk Assessment and Resource Planning in Oil Spill Preparedness and Response

Strengthening Industry Capability, Cone of Response, Assessing Risk, Resource Planning, Preparedness in Practice and Response Strategies.

Poster - Tier 1 & 2 Response Equipment Provisions

July, 2015 By: Nicola Jackson

Poster - Tier 1 & 2 Response Equipment Provisions

What makes an effective response to an oil spill? Well trained personnel and the correct response equipment, available at all times. OSRL provides customised, targeted and cost effective oil spill response equipment leasing solutions in support of our members and the demands of the industry. 

Poster - Development of the Inland Spill Response Capability at OSRL

July, 2015 By: Rhys Jenkins

Poster - Development of the Inland Spill Response Capability at Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL)

Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL) has undergone a development process to increase its inland oil spill response capability. This poster illustrates the activities carried out during this development process and documents the change in capability.

Poster - How to construct a function oil spill contingency plan - clear and concise oil spill support and guidance

July, 2015 By: Alex Theoharis

Poster - How to construct a function oil spill contingency plan - clear and concise oil spill support and guidance

Oil spill contingency plans are important documents that aid critical decision making when responding to an oil spill incident. Their functionality is for users who are faced with intense pressures to respond quickly to an incident is crucial.

Paper - Talking technical, non-technically

July, 2015 By: Aaron Montgomery & Andrew Couch

Paper - Talking technical, non-technically

Oil spills have been occurring for years and the oil and gas industry has developed a vast amount of technical expertise in dealing with them. Many of the main response strategies now have common placed principles that are looked at as industry best practice. With sound principles and a large depth of technical knowledge we now face a new challenge – how do we communicate this knowledge efficiently and effectively both inside the industry and also to external stakeholders?

Paper - Risk Assessment and Resource Planning in Oil Spill Preparedness and Response

July, 2015 By: Declan O'Driscoll, HSEQ Director (OSRL)

Paper - Risk Assessment and Resource Planning in Oil Spill Preparedness and Response

The approach to risk assessment and its mitigation has changed significantly post Macondo, a tragedy that has become a watershed for the industry and a resolve to ensure there is never a repetition.