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    Oil Spill Response & Control for Supervisors and Managers

    Course Summary

    • This course covers Oil Spill Response and Control Programs in the Oil & Gas Sector, it teaches a system of pre-spill readiness, spill response drills; Incident Command System (ICS); and post-spill reaction planning, strategy, and tactics. The content taught is based on the global standard settings, e.g., U.S. FEMA ICS (Federal Emergency Management Agency - Incident Command System, IMO (International Maritime Organization). (CSB) Chemical Safety Board, BSEE (Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement), IOGP (Oil & Gas Producers), OHSA (Occupational Health & Safety Administration), ISO (International Organization for Standardization), API (American Petroleum Institute), AOPL (Association of Oil Pipe Lines), NASFM (National Association of State Fire ).  
    Course Objective: 
    Delegates will be able to manage the main aspects of:
    • System of pre-spill readiness, spill response drills; Incident Command System (ICS); and post-spill reaction planning, strategy, and tactics 
    • Oil Spill Response and Control Programs in the Oil & Gas Sector 
    • Technical aspects-overview of oil spill response equipment and resources.
    • Oil-spill crisis communications considerations.
    • The Human Factor: Emergency Response Teams.
    Activities
    • Remote class with Theoretical and Practical Implementation 
    The following points shall be discussed in the course:
    • Emergency, Crisis, and Business Continuity Management System (EC&BC MS)
    • International Applicable Laws & Regulations.
    • Global standard settings as mentioned in the Course Summary.
    • The five major aspects of spill response.
    • The Human Factor: Emergency Response Teams.

    Day 1

    Day 1 

    • An overview of Standards and Guidelines.
    • CSB (Chemical Safety Board).
    • BSEE (Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement), 
    • IOGP (Oil & Gas Producers), 
    • OHSA (Occupational Health & Safety Administration).
    • ISO (International Organization for Standardization).
    • The IMO (International Maritime Organization).
    • The U.S. FEMA ICS (Federal Emergency Management Agency
    • Introductions ICS 100/200 and Development of an ICS 201 
    • Emergency, Crisis, and Business Continuity Management System (EC&BC MS)
    • Emergency Management
    • Crisis Management
    • Business Continuity Management
    • Communications role in the EC&BC MS.

    Day 2

    Day 2

    • Developing Areas of Operation – ICS 100/200 
    • Common Operational Picture/Situational Mapping 
    • Resource Tracking (Staging Areas) and Ordering (Reactive and Proactive) 
    • Field Air Monitoring 
    • Unexpected Events affecting the O&G operations.
    • Natural Disasters.
    • Weather.
    • Health Threats.
    • Political & Economic Changes.
    • Civil Unrests.
    • Hazardous Materials
    • Health: Hazards Analysis and Risks Control
    • Decontamination Station (DECON) – OSHA
    • Use of JSEA (Job Safety Environmental Analysis) 

    Day 3

    Day 3

    • ICS Tactical Response Planning
    • ICS 202 Incident Objectives Form 
    • ICS 234 Work Analysis Matrix Form (United States Coast Guard) 
    • ICS 215 Operational Planning Worksheet 
    • ICS 204 Operational Assignment Form
    • Boat Handling/GPS 
    • Spill Prevention and Planning/Boat Handling 
    • Boom Deployment 
    • The Five Major Aspects of Spill Response
    o 1. Reporting 
    o 2. Stopping it at the Source
    o 3. Protection/Containment 
    o 4. Recovery/Storage 
    o 5. Transport/Disposal


    Day 4

    Day 4

    • Regulatory Control based on U.S. Applicable Laws & Regulations 
    • Consideration of Habitat and Sensitive Areas
    Use of: 
    o Booms 
    o Burning 
    o Dispersants 
    o Use of Skimmers and Storage

    • Weather, Tides, Currents 
    • Air Monitoring 
    • Spill Tracking and Observation 
    • SCAT Team Participation and Sampling (Shoreline Cleanup and Assessment Technique) 
    • Applicable Use of Skimmers 
    • When to Start; When to Stop (How Clean is Clean?

    Day 5Day 5
    • Transport and Disposal 
    • Case Studies & Lessons Learned on Recent Spills 
    o Safety
    o DECON 
    o Oiled Wildlife 
    o VOSS; (VOSS means Vessel of Opportunity Skimming System, normally a fishing boat that has been contracted in an emergency to help skim oil)

    • Personal Action Plan Review.
    • Class summary
    • Closure

    • The course is designed for managers who need to assess the readiness of their organization for an Oil Spill Response.
    • Members of the Oil Spill Emergency Response Teams (either as oil-contact field staff or office-based support staff)

    Topics Covered

    • FEMA - ICS 100/200 and Development of an ICS 201 (ICS Means Incident Command System, ICS 100/200 are Certification levels, ICS 201 is a form used to manage a spill.
    • The IMO, API, and other Oil Spill Response resources.
    • JSEA (Job Safety Environmental Analysis)
    • Spill response equipment.
    • The five major aspects of spill response.
    • Regulatory Control based on International Applicable Laws & Regulations.
    • Case Studies & Lessons Learned on Recent Spills.
    • Oil-spill crisis communications considerations.
    • The Human Factor: Emergency Response Teams.

    • General experience in the Oil & Gas industry.

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