- Group Tasks40%
- Hands-on exercises20%
This course will give you an insight into some of the key complexities that you may face on an oil spill incident and the tools to use to overcome these. The course, being very interactive, gives you the chance to use your own initiative and thought processes throughout the course to understand the challenges of incident management. You are also able to witness first hand the difficulties faced in deploying equipment with a hands-on practical exercise. The course will give you a structured journey of an oil spill from the causes and fates of oil spills through to oil spill response termination.
This is an IMO Level 3 standard course certified by the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency. See our Standards page for more information.
Delegates who attend the 3-day course will receive an OSRL Certificate of Completion only.
This is an ideal course for those required to take the position of Incident Commander during an oil spill incident. It is also ideal for those in a position of government who are likely to be involved in emergency response and represent their jurisdiction.
This comprehensive course looks at the fundamentals of incident management; from legal frameworks to support during an incident through to response strategies and effective communications.
This course will give you the knowledge and understanding in the following areas:
Here's what you've been saying about this course:
"Course was very interactive. The course will definitely help me in responding more effectively in an oil spill. Facilitators were very flexible and answered all questions fielded in a very appropriate manner. This course has been quite helpful in enhancing my knowledge on pollution response strategies and formulating a more appropriate plan while responding to any oil pollution in our work area at management level."
"Professional and knowledgeable Facilitators. Very willing to share experience and address gaps in our learning. Electronic assessment is a good idea, paperless and corrective action done immediately. Media training was good because it gives you an opportunity to practice in a 'safe environment'."
"Emergency Operations Centre Tour was educational and it taught us the importance of protecting nature and the complications involved during an oil spill response to mitigate the damage to nature."