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  • Effective Exercising 1: Planning and Delivery

    Tuesday13:30 - 15:0013 Mar 2018
    South Gallery Room 18 & 19

    Chair: Gemma Littlewood, Global Training and Consultancy Manager, Oil Spill Response Ltd Emergency response plans must be tested to ground-truth assumptions ma...

    • Language: English

  • Surveillance in Practice

    Tuesday16:00 - 17:3013 Mar 2018
    South Gallery Room 18 & 19

    Chair: Richard Hall, Principal Engineer, Statoil To respond effectively, responders require accurate and timely information on the location, quantity and chara...

    • Language: English

  • Surveillance Technologies

    Wednesday09:30 - 11:0014 Mar 2018
    South Gallery Room 18 & 19

    Chair: Dr Maria Hartley, Environmental Advisor, Chevron Unmanned Aerial Systems, also known as Remotely Piloted Aerial Systems or more colloquially, drones, ha...

    • Language: English

  • Situational Awareness for the Spill Prevention & Response Community

    Wednesday11:30 - 13:0014 Mar 2018
    South Gallery Room 18 & 19

    Chair: Martin Cramer, Principal Emergency Response Consultant, ConocoPhillips Speakers include: Application of Marine Autonomous Systems to Oil Spill Response...

    • Language: English

  • Making Training Work

    Wednesday14:00 - 15:3014 Mar 2018
    South Gallery Room 18 & 19

    A good preparation is the guarantee of a rapid and effective response. Decision-makers, operational personnel and volunteers, each at their own level, must unde...

    • Language: English

  • Inland Spill Issues

    Wednesday16:00 - 17:3014 Mar 2018
    South Gallery Room 18 & 19

    Chair: Jon Burton, Managing Director, Oracle Environmental Experts Oil / HNS transport by inland waterways presents its own risks whilst inland pipeline and oi...

    • Language: English

  • Effective Exercising 2: Working with Governments

    Thursday09:30 - 11:0015 Mar 2018
    South Gallery Room 18 & 19

    Regular, effective exercises establish important lines of communication and cooperation between key players in the pollution response field which can prove inva...

    • Language: English

  • Strategic Aspects of Preparedness

    Thursday11:30 - 13:0015 Mar 2018
    South Gallery Room 18 & 19

    Effective preparedness aims at ensuring that adequate response resources are available at all time at a sustainable cost. This session will address key question...

    • Language: English

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In partnership with Interspill Ltd.

Interspill Committee

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