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Live webinar series #2 with ATSEA-2 focussing on surveillance, modelling and visualisation and the different response strategies available.
Tiered Preparedness and Response (TPR) is an internationally recognised planning approach that enables the integration of local, regional and global capabilities into oil spill response planning. At-sea containment and recovery is one of many response options available in the oil spill response toolbox and involves the collection of oil from the water's surface. In the fourth of this 16 part seminar series, Response Specialist Ian High discusses considerations when using At-Sea Containment and Recovery and effective containment and recovery methods.
Tiered Preparedness and Response (TPR) is an internationally recognised planning approach that enables the integration of local, regional and global capabilities into oil spill response planning.
In-Situ Burning (ISB) has been shown to be successful in many environments to remove oil from land, snow, ice or water. The use of ISB can reduce the need to collect and dispose of recovered oil.
In the third of this 16 part series exploring the wedges of the TPR Wheel, Senior Consultant Tristan Barston, explains the considerations of using Controlled In-Situ Burning as a response option.
In this second session of a 16 part series, Simon McCosh, Aviation Liaison Officer (EMEA) and Simon Blean, Geomatics Supervisor, will explain the importance of situational awareness in a response and the considerations surrounding Surveillance, Modelling and Visualisation during decision making.
ATSEA-2 Regional Project Management Unit (RPMU) and OSRL collaborated this year to deliver quarterly technical webinars. This is the first of the four technical webinars titled "Causes, Fates and Impacts of Marine Oil Spills".
Tiered Preparedness and Response is an internationally recognised planning approach that enables integration of local, regional and global capabilities into oil spill response planning.
In this introductory session of a 16 part series, Andy Nicoll, Principal Preparedness and Response Authority, will provide an overview of the 15 capabilities that represent the scope of Tiered Preparedness and Response.
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This seminar provides an overview of the preparedness recommendations from the Cyprus workshop and an introduction to the preparedness wheel concept then use real-world case studies to demonstrate how this process has been used and applied in a variety of country and regional contexts.
This seminar, delivered in Arabic, looks to explain the basic information about response in extreme hot weather environments. The presentation will cover how to evaluate the heat risk, tools used for evaluation and the control measures that OSRL is taking to reduce the effect of heat on responders during oil spill incidents.
Dr Jodi Harney, Senior Scientist from CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. will join Mario Fazio, OSRL SWIS APAC Manager to talk about the Water Column Monitoring equipment, personnel and services available to OSRL SWIS Capping Subscribers. Jodi will run through the equipment background and use for Operational and Scientific Monitoring applications together with services that are available through the OSRL Global Subsea Response Network.