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OSRL's Dispersant Subject Matter Expert group answers common questions about dispersants. When to use dispersants? How do dispersants work? How do we test dispersant effectiveness? Where can dispersants be used and for what type of incidents? These questions and others are explored in this seminar.
In an Incident Management System, responsibilities for wildlife response are often designated to a Wildlife Branch within the Operations Section of the command structure and are overseen by a Wildlife Branch Director. This Branch serves as a vital connecting point between wildlife response operations and the wider incident management. Although well-established in certain countries, the potential scale of wildlife response operations and its impact on and needs from the wider incident response can often be underestimated, especially in larger incidents.
This seminar brings together emergency managers from leading wildlife response organisations and from the industry to explore the theory and structure behind the Wildlife Branch, how it has been applied in various incidents around the world and the importance of pre-planning in successful incident response.
The members of the Inland Core Group share collective thoughts on the nuance of inland spill preparedness and response activities. Their observations have been formed through their time at a global tier 3 centre covering risks from onshore production, transportation, storage and refining operations.
Our Subsea Manager, Mario Fazio is joined by Paul Love from Clarksons Plc and Chris Lund, Senior Project Engineering Manager to take a closer look at the Sea/response software platform developed by Maritech (Clarksons Plc). We have also invited Tilly Manley from Clarksons Platou Asia and Colin Young from Maritech based in Aberdeen to share their expertise and market knowledge.
In this seminar, Yann Hajeri, Saipem Technical Manager and Mario Fazio, OSRL Subsea Manager to take a closer look at the use of OSRL Offset Installation Equipment to deploy a capping stack and equipment when vertical access over the subsea well is not possible.
Incident and Crisis Management - Working Together To Bring Order To Chaos. This webinar recording goes through the essential elements for responding to major events, how escalation is managed and the role of liaison between the different teams to enable them to achieve their objectives
Presented by the OSRL Cold Weather Core Group, this seminar recording explains the steps that OSRL, as a temperate response organisation, has taken to prepare for an extreme cold weather response.
The presentation also examines the background behind why this was necessary, before elaborating on the issues that can be encountered during a cold weather response and detailing the training that OSRL has implemented to best prepare for these challenges.
Watch the recording of this seminar presented by Mario Fazio (OSRL), Alistair Gill and Chris LeCompte (Wild Well Control) on the topic on "Planning for a Successful Capping Operation."