Ambipar Response is recognized for its thoroughness in the provision of training courses to all levels of personnel involved in incident response and preparedness. Our integrated approach and comprehensive expertise ensure every course is tailored to meet our client’s specific needs as well as fulfilling all regulatory standards.


Spill Awareness

This training program is offered through the ISAS-accredited delivery by Ambipar Response. It consists of two courses, one lasting 1 hour and the other 3 hours, each targeting different aspects of spill awareness and response.

The 1-hour session builds upon Spill Awareness Theory and can be delivered independently. Participants engage in hands-on exercises, familiarizing themselves with response strategies and tools. Tailored to your specific needs, it can focus on on-site spill resources or provide an overview of response strategies, and can be held indoors or outdoors based on risk assessment.

The 3-hour course Spill Awareness Practical equips first responders with techniques to address various types of spills, including oils, chemicals, effluent, and foodstuffs. It covers response procedures, prevention measures, and deployment of appropriate equipment. Delivered online or on-site, the course is ISAS-accredited with a practical component, adaptable within the accreditation framework.


Spill Awareness Modules:


Marine Oil Spill Response

As counter pollution specialist, Ambipar Response offers strategic oil spill response services to mitigate environmental, reputational, and financial damage.

Why do I need Spill Response?

All businesses have an obligation to do as much a practicable to mitigate pollution risk from escaping its containment or preventing contaminated run-off from entering a marine environment, aquifers, or soil.

Marine Oil Spill Response Courses:



Hazardous and Noxious Substances(HNS) training consists of two modules: “HNS Manager Level” for Managers and “HNS Operations Level” for First Responders. The manager module focuses on effectively managing HNS spills, addressing key challenges, and offering practical exercises. The operations module targets First Responders and emphasizes initial steps, response plans, and safety considerations. Ambipar Response highlights pre-planning, readiness, and roles within incident management.

Hazardous and Noxious Substances Courses:


Offshore Renewables

This course targets individuals at an operational level, including first responders, supervisors, and on-scene commanders. Specifically tailored to meet OPRC-HNS requirements, it equips HNS spill response teams for Tier 1-3 incidents. Delegates learn to mitigate HNS consequences through addressing key elements, challenges, and dangers. The course outlines the roles of first responders and observers, while emphasizing pre-planning and distinguishing various roles within incident management.


Incident Management (ICS)

Ambipar Response has developed a tailored eLearning platform for hosting ICS 100 & 200 courses, accessible from home or the office. These 2-3 hour courses offer a cost-effective training solution. They also offer ICS 300, a 2-day (16 hours) theoretical program for managing expanding incidents. Interactive sessions are included, and the course can be held at an Ambipar Response facility or elsewhere. The curriculum covers incident management comprehensively, with an option for an exercise day, emphasizing adherence to a recognized process during major incidents of varying sizes.

ICS Modules:


ARTC Center

Ambipar Response Training Centers, known as ARTC, are the training facilities that Ambipar Response has over the World, strategically located for its clients and operations. 

ARTC is a proven worldwide leader in multiproducts for multimodals response and international-standards-based responder training, utilizing cutting-edge facilities and technologies, innovative learning, and forward-thinking instruction to prepare today’s emergency responders for tomorrow’s evolving emergency response needs.

We have an international network of training centers called Ambipar Response Training Center (ARTC), with units in Chile, Peru, Brazil, and the world’s largest HAZMAT training center located in Pueblo, CO, United States.

Through these training programs, we promote the qualification of individuals, ensuring quality and safety in processes, with a highly skilled technical team holding national and international certifications.