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Principles of Oil Spill Preparedness and Response
 
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Oil supplies for our way of life and drives our economy. With the use of this resource comes potential risks to our shared values. In the unlikely event of an incident, the petroleum industry's oil spill preparedness and response system combats the effects of spilled oil. These guiding principles allow the responders to plan for and quickly address an incident, through a well managed process. With zero incident the ever-present goal, should an incident occur, the most rapid and effective response is what is generated though proven principles of oil spill preparedness and response.
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Planning & response area concepts and contingency plan requirements part 1
 
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In 2014, Governor Edmund G. Brown expanded California’s oil spill prevention and response program to cover all statewide surface waters at risk of oil spills. This expansion provided funding for industry preparedness, spill response, and continued coordination with local, state and federal government along with industry and non-governmental organizations. Senate Bill 861 authorized the Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR) with the statewide expansion and regulatory oversight. OSPR held the first of three scoping sessions in Sacramento on July 28 in an effort to gather public and industry input on regulations for the expanded program in the inland areas. Chris Klumpp gives a presentation on the planning and response area concepts in addition to contingency planning requirements as it relates to production facilities and pipelines.
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Oil Spill Response Limited - Managing oil spill contingency plan development in Australia
 
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Emily Foley (Senior Consultant) and Dong Xin (Consultant) share their experiences in managing the development of oil spill contingency plans in Australia.
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National Oil Spill Contingency Plan Almost Ready
 
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For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ A workshop with representatives from various government and non-government organizations, and private sector associated with Disaster Risk Management and Oil Spill Response started today in Belize City to validate the National Oil Spill Contingency Plan. Since last year, the Department of the Environment began the consultancy process to ensure that the plan meets international standards. The overall objective is to strengthen prevention, preparedness and coordinated emergency response nationally for an oil spill event in terrestrial, aquatic and marine environment. As part of the final phase in this Consultancy, the D.O.E. is hosting this National Validation Workshop to conduct a technical validation of the updated plan. News Five’s Andrea Polanco stopped in at today’s workshop and tells us more about this plan that is in its final stages.
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Oil Spills Response Training
 
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Department of Ecology training the Kirkland Fire Department and the King County Sheriffs for oil spills response on the Kirkland waterfront.
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Emergency Contingency Plan (Secret Escape Plan)
 
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Since I'm kind of squirrely I give up hopes of overpowering my opponent in favor of survival. I think we all have our emergency plans figured out. In response to Natilie's ( CommunityChannel ) video on a Secret Escape Plan. You can watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9I8bjrqyzi8 Hope you enjoy. P.S. filmed it in widescreen but YouTube chose to squish it. -happyveggyman
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Emergency Evacuation Procedures
 
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We all have to be prepared for the possibility of an emergency incident on a work site. For this reason, it is the legislated responsibility of your employer to have an emergency response plan in place. Find out what your plan must include and best practices for Emergency Evacuation Procedures.
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Building and Office Evacuation Training Video - Safetycare Workplace Fire Safety
 
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There are many reasons why a building, or a group of buildings may need to be evacuated including: • Fires • Chemical Spills • Toxic or Explosive Gas Releases, • Explosions • Violent Behaviour, and • Bomb Threats. The larger the building, the more organisation is required to ensure everyone is evacuated effectively and as safely as possible. But regardless of the size or type of building or buildings, or number of employees, every organisation should have a tried and tested evacuation plan. This program covers: • The Evacuation Plan • The Evacuation Team • The Chief Warden • Your Responsibility • Training and Practice Every Building must have a tried and tested evacuation plan, and everyone must be familiar with it, and know their role.
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Spill Planning - Preventing Spill Fines and Penalties
 
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As the leading and most trusted Environmental Claims Management Company in North America, Spill Center helps fixed-facilities, shippers, transporters, chemical companies and insurers control costs and limit liability arising from accidental releases of HAZMAT, diesel fuel and other regulated materials. Our expertise includes: * Environmental regulatory compliance * Emergency spill response management and documentation * Claims resolution, negotiation and settlement http://www.spillcenter.net
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Planning and Response Area Concepts Part I (Rail – Bakersfield Presentation)
 
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In 2014, Governor Edmund G. Brown expanded California’s oil spill prevention and response program to cover all statewide surface waters at risk of oil spills. This expansion provided funding for industry preparedness, spill response, and continued coordination with local, state and federal government along with industry and non-governmental organizations. Senate Bill 861 authorized the Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR) with the statewide expansion and regulatory oversight. OSPR held the first of three scoping sessions in Sacramento on July 28 in an effort to gather public and industry input on regulations for the expanded program in the inland areas. Chris Klumpp, Oil Spill Prevention Supervisor, presents the planning and response area concepts in addition to contingency plan requirements to participants at the session.
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Oil.Spill.Response
 
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This film tells the story of how IMO, a specialised agency of the United Nations, and IPIECA, an oil industry body, work together to help create resources and expertise in areas least able to cope with the disastrous effects of a spill.
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Part 7: Oil Spill Planning and Response
 
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An overview of oil spill planning and response in Northern Michigan were provided by Steve Keck, Contingency Preparedness Specialist for the United States Coast Guard - Sector Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.
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Planning and Response Area Concepts Part II (Rail – Bakersfield Presentation)
 
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In 2014, Governor Edmund G. Brown expanded California’s oil spill prevention and response program to cover all statewide surface waters at risk of oil spills. This expansion provided funding for industry preparedness, spill response, and continued coordination with local, state and federal government along with industry and non-governmental organizations. Senate Bill 861 authorized the Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR) with the statewide expansion and regulatory oversight. OSPR held the first of three scoping sessions in Sacramento on July 28 in an effort to gather public and industry input on regulations for the expanded program in the inland areas. Chris Klumpp, Oil Spill Prevention Supervisor, presents the planning and response area concepts in addition to contingency plan requirements to participants at the session.
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Technical Response Planning - Corporate Profile- 90 seconds
 
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TRP was founded in 1995 and has provided the energy industry with quality emergency planning, training, and exercise consulting services. Since its inception, the company has steadily gained industry recognition for its innovative approach to improving the functionality of emergency response and related plans via the use of graphic design aids. TRP pioneered the first "electronic plan" in the industry in 1997 and also developed innovative graphical one-page response plans for fire pre-plans, oil spill tactical plans, and spill prevention plans. In 2000, TRP developed the industry's first Web-based system for delivering response plans, offering value-added services, increased efficiency, and customized tools for clients to manage their own response programs. This achievement significantly changed TRP's business methods, project characteristics, and growth potential. TRP's management team chose to develop this product internally, which has resulted in a cost-effective method of supporting and upgrading its systems. Since the development of its first Web-based system, TRP has introduced additional improvements, upgrades, and related modules, resulting in robust, highly functional systems with improved usability. TRP has experienced rapid growth and a high level of industry acceptance to its approach, resulting in contracts to develop large-scale projects for Chevron, BP, General Motors, and many other large companies. TRP's success has led to the development of other plan types and services and expansion into other industries, including power, automotive, petrochemical, chemical manufacturing, railroads, water systems, and Federal Government projectsand others. In addition, TRP has acquired additional expertise has expanded into Business Continuity and Fire Pre-Planning which has led to the development of advanced planning tools in both areas. In late 2014, TRP committed to its long-term vision by completing a major two-year design initiative with development of its SMARTPLANTM System. The System’s integrated platform provides users a much greater range of plan revision capability, broad capabilities for TRP Project Managers to develop Client templates and plans, and a model that allows for leveraged functionality upgrades across all systems. Included in this work are major improvements to system navigation, contact management, plan maintenance, support tools, and browser compatibility. Concurrent to development of SMARTPLANTM , TRP also completed major upgrades to its Incident Management System with meeting tools, resource tracking capabilities, time zone management, stakeholder and contacts tracking, and many improvements to system interface and forms. The SMARTPLANTM System positions TRP among the world leaders in emergency planning technology.
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Planning & response area concepts and contingency plan requirements part 2
 
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In 2014, Governor Edmund G. Brown expanded California’s oil spill prevention and response program to cover all statewide surface waters at risk of oil spills. This expansion provided funding for industry preparedness, spill response, and continued coordination with local, state and federal government along with industry and non-governmental organizations. Senate Bill 861 authorized the Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR) with the statewide expansion and regulatory oversight. OSPR held the first of three scoping sessions in Sacramento on July 28 in an effort to gather public and industry input on regulations for the expanded program in the inland areas. Chris Klumpp continues the discussion on planning and response area concepts in addition to contingency planning requirements as it relates to oil piplelines and production facilities. Deputy Administrator Yvonne Addassi facilitates the discussion with scoping session participants. Mike Zamora also gives a brief presentation on certificates of financial responsibility to attendees in the afternoon session.
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Planning and Response Area Concepts (Rail)
 
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In 2014, Governor Edmund G. Brown expanded California’s oil spill prevention and response program to cover all statewide surface waters at risk of oil spills. This expansion provided funding for industry preparedness, spill response, and continued coordination with local, state and federal government along with industry and non-governmental organizations. Senate Bill 861 authorized the Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR) with the statewide expansion and regulatory oversight. OSPR held the first of three scoping sessions in Sacramento on July 28 in an effort to gather public and industry input on regulations for the expanded program in the inland areas. Chris Klumpp, Oil Spill Prevention Supervisor, presents the planning and response area concepts in addition to contingency plan requirements to participants at the scoping session.
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Canvas SPCC Plan for Dairies Oil Spill Contingency Plan Mobile App
 
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http://www.gocanvas.com/mobile-forms-apps/16165-SPCC-Plan-for-Dairies-Oil-Spill-Contingency-Plan#. The purpose of the SPCC Plan for Dairies: Oil Spill Contingency Plan mobile app is designed to help you (1) Determine if your farm needs a Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan. (2) Determine whether your farm is eligible for you to self-certify your SPCC Plan. (3) Complete an SPCC Plan if you are eligible for self-certification. This app is specific for dairies and Oil Spill Contingency Plan. This app captures images that are then uploaded to the Canvas Cloud and generated in a PDF.
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Shell's Animated Arctic Oil Spill Response Plan
 
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Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan Overview
 
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Recorded at RMP Headquarters. For a .pdf copy of presentation handouts, please e-mail registration@rmpcorp.com or call 877-532-0806.
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Federal Oil Spill Prevention SPCC Rule Module C
 
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Discusses the importance of the federal program SPCC plan requirements, summarizes the federal program history, compliance dates and key provisions in 40 CFR 112. This is a recording of a presentation from the 2010 California CUPA Forum Training Conference.
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Oil Spill Response CEO 2010 Interview
 
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2010 message from Oil Spill Response Limited's CEO Archie Smith: Focus on expertise the way forward
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MPCA Permit SWPPP, SPCC, Spill Plan, Contingency Plan | Caltha LLP
 
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Google "Caltha LLP" Brief video guidance on requesting a quote for a stormwater pollution prevention plan, SWPPP, SPCC plan, RCRA Contingency Plan, Toxic Organics Management Plan or other spill plans for facilities in Minnesota. Google "Caltha LLP" for more information and to complete the EH&S Plan Quote Request Form.
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Wisconsin SPCC - Spill Plan Consultant | Caltha LLP
 
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Google "Caltha LLP" SPCC Plan and Spill Prevention & Response consultant. Caltha provides expert support to prepare SPCC plans, spill plans, slug control plans, SWPPP, RCRA Contingency Plan, Total Toxic Organic Management Plans to facilities located across Wisconsin. Short video walks through the Caltha website to find further information and past project examples, and navigate to a request form to get a quote for specific compliance plan needs at your site.
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What is Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP) ?
 
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What is Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP) ? https://youtu.be/vzFjKo1F5nY SOPEP Non-conformity https://youtu.be/FxnKsFz75ho Prevention of Oil Pollution at Sea https://youtu.be/AXUTP1kea7U SOPEP Reporting https://youtu.be/IDZt0-xZuK0 SOPEP Regulations https://youtu.be/ZmpoznlhX5M MARPOL SOPEP https://youtu.be/gZdeZab-cG0 Don't Forget to Subscribe Us Like Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarineOnlineYoutube Follow Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarineOnlineYou Follow Google+ https://plus.google.com/107450234425940445683 Website: https://marineonlineyou.blogspot.com/
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questinc2
 
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The Federal EPA has mandated that Spill Prevention Counter Control plans are required to be in place for all facilities that store or handle oil or oil products, and to ensure that these facilities have a Federally approved plan to prevent discharges of harmful materials into waterways of the US. This requirement is applicable to all facilities that store 1320 gallons or more above ground and 42,000 gallons if stored underground. If your facility falls under this category, you need to have the SWPPP as well as a Spill Prevention Counter-Control aka: SPCC plan that must be prepared by a licensed professional engineer. Failure to meet this requirement can result in violations of up to $42,000 per day for non-compliance with the federal regulations as specified under the Clean Water Act. The law states that an "oil storage facility" refers to all containers that store oils at a facility that is at least 55 gallons in volume. The term "container" refers to drums, tanks, and cooling systems, electrical transformers, boilers and or lubricating systems. Containers that fall under these categories are all subject to the spill prevention plan regulations. Since its founding, Quest Consultants & Associates have been writing oil spill contingency plans in Washington DC and 44 states throughout the country. Their Federally approved plans have been used by manufacturing facilities, food product facilities, hospitals, municipalities, international and local airports, landfills, recycling facilities, mining operations and a multitude of government agencies including, The US Navy, The US Air Force, The Department of Justice and The State Department. For more information on having a plan written you may contact Quest Consultant & Associates at www.questinc2.com or by telephone at 888-730-4646.
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Oil Spill Response Limited - 'The Cap Story'
 
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Oil Spill Response Ltd (OSRL) recently unveiled cutting edge well capping equipment that can be deployed around the world in the event of a subsea well control incident. It is available to oil and gas companies across the industry, marking a major advancement for international oil spill response capability.
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Journey of the Drop: Being prepared - Oil Spill Response Limited - 18 - Sponsored
 
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Oil companies are becoming increasingly vigilant about preventing oil spills and being ready to act quickly to minimise damage and disruption, should an incident occur. Oil Spill Response Limited is the largest industry-funded co-operative that responds to global oil spills and their readiness and prepardness work is ensuring that oil companies are able to respond quickly in the event of an incident. Sharon Thomas has more. Sponsored Content
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The Spill: Personal Stories of the Exxon Valdez Disaster - Tom Copeland, 2007
 
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Tom Copeland was born in Hilo, Hawaii and raised in Tucson, Arizona. His family emigrated to Alaska in 1962, where Tom began fishing in Cordova the following year. On March 24, 1989 Tom was on the board of Cordova District Fishermen United. He made the decision to resign two weeks after the oil spill to do what Tom describes as "bucketeering", or removing oil from water by hand with buckets. Tom's clean-up efforts were conducted independently from the organized clean-up of industry and government. In his recording, he describes his experience bucketeering, as well as many other issues surrounding the Exxon Valdez oil spill. After the clean-up, Tom served as a representative to the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens' Advisory Council as a board member (from 1993-1995 and then from 1998-2004) and as a charter member to the Oil Spill Prevention and Response Committee (from 1991 to 2002). In 1996, Tom sued the State of Alaska over the inadequacies of the 1995 Contingency Plan. Tom is now retired from fishing, currently living in Bellingham, WA. Interview date: April 28, 2007 Interviewer: Sharon Bushell Tom's full story will be archived within Project Jukebox, the Digital Branch of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Oral History Program. Visit: jukebox.uaf.edu Archiving this and other oral histories of the Exxon Valdez oil spill is a partnership between the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens' Advisory Council, the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and the Alaska Resources Library and Information Services. Funding provided by the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens' Advisory Council and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
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Jerry Patterson, Texas Land Commissioner
 
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6/30/2010 Jerry Patterson Texas Land Commissioner Regarding the Texas Land Office's Oil Spill Prevention and Response Program for more information: http://governor.state.tx.us/news/press-release/14816/ The governor was joined by Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson, who provided an update on the Texas General Land Office's (GLO) efforts in monitoring and preparing contingency plans to respond to any potential impact Deepwater Horizon oil spill may have on Texas. "Texas has a long history in the energy industry, and because oil regularly comes in and out of our ports, we have prepared ourselves to respond to any incidents, and have a good record of keeping our beaches clean and the bays and wetlands clear of oil," Commissioner Patterson said. "As a steward of the Texas coast, I am confident that we have the resources and plans in place with our Oil Spill Prevention and Response Program to address any potential impact this oil spill may have on the Texas coast."
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Oil Pollution Act of 1990 NOAA
 
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The Oil Pollution Act (OPA) was signed into law in August 1990, largely in response to rising public concern following the Exxon Valdez oil spill. The OPA improved the nation's ability to prevent and respond to oil spills by establishing provisions that expand the federal government's ability, and provide the money and resources necessary, to respond to oil spills. The OPA also created the national Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund, which is available to provide up to one billion dollars per spill incident. In addition, the OPA provided new requirements for contingency planning both by government and industry. The National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan (NCP) has been expanded in a three-tiered approach: the Federal government is required to direct all public and private response efforts for certain types of spill events; Area Committees -- composed of federal, state, and local government officials -- must develop detailed, location-specific Area Contingency Plans; and owners or operators of vessels and certain facilities that pose a serious threat to the environment must prepare their own Facility Response Plans. Finally, the OPA increased penalties for regulatory noncompliance, broadened the response and enforcement authorities of the Federal government, and preserved State authority to establish law governing oil spill prevention and response. For more, go to http://www.epa.gov/OEM/content/lawsregs/opaover.htm . This is clipped from the 2009 NOAA video, Hindsight and Foresight: 20 Years After the Exxon Valdez Spill. The entire film can be viewed and downloaded at http://oceanservice.noaa.gov/video.html .
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Lesson from Valdez
 
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On March 24, 1989, the Exxon Valdez grounded on Bligh Reef in Prince William Sound, rupturing the hull and spilling oil into the pristine waters of Alaska. In all, nearly 11 million gallons of crude oil devastated this remote and biologically productive body of water. Hundreds of thousands of birds, mammals, and other marine organisms were killed or injured. In response to the spill, Congress enacted the Oil Pollution Act in 1990. Now, tankers passing through the Sound are monitored by the US Coast Guard via satellite and escorted by two vessels. All tankers must have double hulls by the year 2015. And, contingency plans must include a scenario for spills of 12.6 million gallons, training drills, and rapid notification of incidents. Twenty years later, NOAA scientists continue to monitor the areas affected by the Valdez spill and use this knowledge to refine their approach to future spills. While oil clean up has not changed significantly, the technology used to assess and respond has. Real-time data on weather and ocean currents increase the speed and accuracy in forecasting the trajectory of oil. The Integrated Ocean Observing System collects this data 24 hours a day using a system of buoys and satellites. Environmental Sensitivity Index maps identify vulnerable habitats and include more baseline information to better assess affected areas. GPS and wireless technologies allow critical information to reach the Unified Command Center so that more accurate models and forecasts can aid in clean-up decisions. Ongoing training of government and industry responders in these technologies helps minimize negative impacts to the ecosystem and our economy. While the Exxon Valdez oil spill was a disaster beyond measure, the federal government and the oil industry are better prepared now to prevent and respond to spills of this magnitude. Links: National Ocean Service: http://oceanservice.noaa.gov/ NOAA Office of Response and Restoration: http://response.restoration.noaa.gov/ Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council: http://www.evostc.state.ak.us/ Credits: NOAA National Ocean Service. NOAA Office of Response and Restoration. John Gaps III. Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council.
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BP Spills Coffee: a PARODY by UCB Comedy
 
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This is what happens when BP spills coffee. SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/UCBComedy If you liked this video, check out more videos from UCB Comedy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3sK2O8I0hI&feature=share&list=PLvMZxK22whIsWSSFONDd53FGZVBv-QtfU Director: Peter Schultz & Brandon Bassham Writers: Gavin Speiller, Eric Scott, Erik Tanouye, & John Frusciante Editor: Peter Schultz Starring: Eric Scott, Nat Freedberg, Kevin Cragg, Gavin Speiller, Kate McKinnon, John Frusciante, Zhubin Parang, Devlyn Corrigan, Erik Tanouye, Rob Lathan Producer: Todd Bieber Like UCB: http://www.facebook.com/UCBcomedy Follow UCB: http://www.twitter.com/UCBcomedy
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Oil CEO's Testify: Identical Oil Spill Response Plans for All Five Companies
 
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Twitter http://twitter.com/attentionalert Edward Markey's opening statement on Emergency Plan similarities between all five companies drilling in the Gulf Bill Noxid http://billnoxid.wordpress.com
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Production Facilities & Pipelines Presentation Part II - Bakersfield
 
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In 2014, Governor Edmund G. Brown expanded California’s oil spill prevention and response program to cover all statewide surface waters at risk of oil spills. This expansion provided funding for industry preparedness, spill response, and continued coordination with local, state and federal government along with industry and non-governmental organizations. Senate Bill 861 authorized the Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR) with the statewide expansion and regulatory oversight. OSPR held the first of three scoping sessions in Sacramento on July 28 in an effort to gather public and industry input on regulations for the expanded program in the inland areas. Chris Klumpp continues the discussion on planning and response area concepts in addition to contingency planning requirements.
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Production Facilities & Pipelines Presentation Part I – Bakersfield
 
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In 2014, Governor Edmund G. Brown expanded California’s oil spill prevention and response program to cover all statewide surface waters at risk of oil spills. This expansion provided funding for industry preparedness, spill response, and continued coordination with local, state and federal government along with industry and non-governmental organizations. Senate Bill 861 authorized the Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR) with the statewide expansion and regulatory oversight. OSPR held the first of three scoping sessions in Sacramento on July 28 in an effort to gather public and industry input on regulations for the expanded program in the inland areas. Chris Klumpp gives a presentation on the planning and response area concepts in addition to contingency planning requirements as it relates to production facilities and pipelines.
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What’s in Government’s Oil Spill Plan?
 
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For the latest news across Belize, visit: http://edition.channel5belize.com/ In environmental news, members of the Coalition to Save our Natural Heritage have written Chief Environmental Officer Martin Alegria to raise concerns on the scope of a planned consultancy intended to strengthen prevention, preparedness, and coordinated emergency response in the event of an oil spill in terrestrial, aquatic and marine environment. An outgrowth of this effort is a meeting set for next Tuesday, September fifth, to participate in an update to the country’s oil spill contingency plan. Coming on the heels of the Prime Minister’s announcement in the House of Representatives meeting on August eighteenth that as of October Belize will institute in law a moratorium on offshore oil exploration, OCEANA’s Janelle Chanona says Belizeans deserve to know where this plan is going.
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Canvas Facility SPCC Plan Oil Spill Contingency Plan and Checklist Mobile App
 
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http://www.gocanvas.com/mobile-forms-apps/16143-Facility-SPCC-Plan-Oil-Spill-Contingency-Plan-and-Checklist The Facility SPCC Plan: Oil Spill Contingency Plan and Checklist mobile app provides a component of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) amended Oil Pollution Prevention Regulation (40 CFR part 112) rule and provides information specific to oil and natural gas production. This app includes Oil Spill Contingency Plan and Checklist. Any decisions made regarding the rule are ultimately the responsibility of the owner or operator of each facility. Canvas stores your data until you have a wireless connection.
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Transport of Hazardous Materials by Truck and Rail 1975
 
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This is clipped from the 1975 US Army training film -- Chemical Accident Response -- which describes a civilian chemical accident response conducted by a Chemical Accident and Incident Control Officer (CAICO) and his team. Before the 1980s, few fire departments and other public safety, so trained and experienced military teams could be assigned to help. Some of the most common spills involve tanker trucks and railroad tankers containing gasoline, chlorine, acid, or other industrial chemicals. Many spills occur during the transportation of hazardous materials; one study found that 18,000 hazardous materials spills occurred during 1976. In 1983, spills from 4,829 highway and 851 railroad accidents resulted in eight deaths, 191 injuries, and damages exceeding more than $110,000,000. The National Environmental Law Center reported that 34,500 accidents involving toxic chemicals were reported to the EPA's Emergency Response and Notification System between 1988 and 1992, meaning that on average, a toxic chemical accident was reported nineteen times a day in the United States, or nearly once every hour. With the enactment of the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA), states were required to establish emergency planning districts and local committees to prepare for any emergency—a fire, an explosion, a flood that might result in the release of chemicals into the environment. Emergency response workers are especially at risk. In 1988 six firemen were killed minutes after arriving at the scene of two burning pick-up trucks in Missouri, when more than 30,000 pounds of ammonium nitrate stored in a nearby trailer exploded. This incident led to the formation of the hazardous materials division of the Kansas City, Missouri, Fire Department, specializing in hazardous materials handling. To help emergency responders know what they are dealing with, the Department of Transportation (DOT) has established a hazardous materials placard system. Rail cars and trucks carrying toxic or dangerous materials must display a diamond-shaped sign having on it a material identification number, which can be looked up to determine what hazardous materials are on board, and a hazard class number and symbol that tells whether the contents are flammable, explosive, corrosive, etc. Today, the National Response System (NRS) is the mechanism for emergency response to discharges of oil and the release of chemicals into the navigable waters or environment of the United States and its territories. Initially, this system focused on oil spills and selected hazardous polluting substances discharged into the environment. It has since been expanded by other legislation to include hazardous substances and wastes released to all types of media. The NRS functions through a network of interagency and inter-government relationships which were formally established and described in the National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan (NCP). For more on this system, go to http://www.nrc.uscg.mil/nrsinfo.html.
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Oil Spill Workshop - March 7, 2015
 
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An oil spill preparedness workshop for elected officials, emergency managers, and other public officials involved in emergency preparedness and response coordination.
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Life Cycle Costs of Oil and Chemical Spill Clean Up
 
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Imbibitive Technologies is glad that you are taking the time to consider the various factors that go into an oil or chemical spill response plan, many people just shop based on one factor and fail to consider all the components that go into cleaning up a spill when they occur. Understanding all the factors is critically important for sound fiscal planning when preparing operational forecasts and contingency planning budgets. Hopefully, you will consider giving us a call and asking how we can help be a part of that plan with our Imbiber Beads®. You can always reach us at https://goo.gl/Sfa879 Or you can give us a call at 1 888 843 2323 Enjoy the video
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Canvas EPA SPCC Plan Contingency Plan Review Checklist Mobile App
 
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http://www.gocanvas.com/mobile-forms-apps/16109-EPA-SPCC-Plan-Contingency-Plan-Review-Checklist#. The EPA SPCC Plan: Contingency Plan Review Checklist mobile app is designed to aid EPA inspectors in completing a consistent SPCC inspection to ensure compliance with Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure rule 40 CCFR part 112. The inspector needs to evaluate whether the requirement is addressed adequately or inadequately in the SPCC Plan and whether it is implemented adequately in the field (either by field observation or record review). Canvas allows you to attach photos to your app.
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NORM Awareness & Safety for the Oilfield Industries
 
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https://moxietraining.com/products/mox-lbd-norm This comprehensive training program covers many of the most important topics that oilfield crews need to know about Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM). Crews will learn how radioactivity works and why it is dangerous, including potential serious health effects and will become familiar with where NORM is likely to be found in oilfield operations, as well as how to recognize or detect it. The program also discusses the specific elements and types of radiation found in oilfield NORM and the hazards they may pose.
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Oil Spills: Environmental Risks
 
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#2-Oil Spills Produce Mixtures that can be Hazardous to the Environment.
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Emergency Plan development (Oilfield Safety-Emergency Prepareness)
 
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Emergency Plan development (Oilfield Safety-Emergency Prepareness)
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Mike Drieu, One Gulf commitment to preparedness
 
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Mike Drieu is the Health, Safety and Environmental Advisor for Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. He spoke about the joint contingency plan between Mexico and the U.S. known as MEXUS. For more information on this seminar, visit https://gulfseagrant.org/responding-to-oil-spills-offshore-and-deep-sea-habitats/
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Containment laboratory contingency procedures - Hi Def
 
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Commissioned by the European Union funded Flu-Lab-Net avian influenza research programme. Produced by the EU Community Reference Laboratory, Weybridge, United Kingdom.
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Canvas Unrefined Oil SPCC Plan Record of Discharge Prevention Briefings and Training Mobile App
 
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http://www.gocanvas.com/mobile-forms-apps/16187-Unrefined-Oil-SPCC-Plan-Record-of-Discharge-Prevention-Briefings-and-Training The purpose of the Unrefined Oil SPCC Plan: Record of Discharge Prevention Briefings and Training mobile app is to describe measures implemented to prevent oil discharges from occurring, and to prepare to respond in a safe, effective, and timely manner to mitigate the impacts of a discharge, but is intended to be used during emergency response. This app has been prepared to meet the requirements of Title 40, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 112 (40 CFR part 112), and supercedes the earlier Plan developed to meet provisions in effect since 1974. The app records the subjects covers and employees in attendance during briefings and trainings. Reference data can be customized to specific users.
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U.S. Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen says the oil spill containment operation in the Gulf of Mexico is n
 
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HEADLINE: Admiral: 630,000 gallons of oil captured a day --------------------------------------- CAPTION: U.S. Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen says the oil spill containment operation in the Gulf of Mexico is now catching up to 630,000 gallons (15,000 barrels) daily. Allen told reporters that "we continue to make progress." (June 9) ---------------------------------------- You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/08c05e21392e4b7d9f0c899438aa5382 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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