The course provides a complete overview of oil spill preparedness and response with a balance of theoretical and practical elements. During the course, delegates consider their organisation’s contingency plans, responsibility within it and how they would manage an oil spill response.
Throughout the course, delegates can:
- Take part in many practical and theoretical exercises
- Work within an incident management team
- Successfully plan a spill response and undertake post-response activities.
Upon completion delegates achieve an accredited certificate of completion.
- Harbour masters and assistants, who form an organisations incident management team, with the responsibility of activating an oil spill contingency plan or act as an on-scene commander in tier 1 or 2 oil spill.
- Response Organisation
- Interface with National Contingency Plan
- Response Management
- Spill Assessment
- Fate and Effects
- Operation Planning
- Containment and Recovery
- Shoreline Clean up
- Health and Safety
- Effective Communications
- Liability and compensation
- Legal Considerations
- All topics are practiced in a series of exercises
COURSE LOAD: 32 HOURS
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