Oil Pollution Emergency Planning and Spill Response e-Learning provides an overview of the sources of spills in the offshore oil and gas industry.
The course covers the environmental impacts associated with spills, and the regulatory controls, oil pollution emergency planning requirements, and other measures that can be implemented to prevent spills, or minimise their impact if they do occur.
There are no formal prerequisites for this course.
Please book a course through the website of AIS Survivex ("More information").
Delegates completing an Oil Pollution Emergency Planning and Spill Response e-Learning training course will be able to;
- Explain the terms ‘planned operational discharges’ and ‘accidental releases’
- Explain the importance of preventing spills
- Identify the sources of spills in the offshore oil and gas industry
- Describe the environmental impacts associated with spillsIdentify the legislative and regulatory controls that are in place to prevent spills or minimise the potential consequences in the event of a spill
- Explain the purpose of oil spill emergency planning and the requirements of an
- Explain the reporting requirements in the event of a spill to sea
- Identify the tiered oil spill response levels
- Identify the actions to take in the event of a spill that is contained on board
- Identify the actions that individual personnel can take to reduce the risk of spills
Oil, gas and mineral resources