Training


OIL SPILL DISPERSANT COURSE


This is a professional level course covering dispersant basics, operations, effectiveness, monitoring, health risks, environmental risks and decision-making. The course is aimed at spill responders, government regulators and natural resource trustees. The two-day presentation involves lectures, aquarium-scale demonstrations and problem-solving exercises. The first day is devoted to operations and the second to environmental considerations. Training sessions focus on the region where the course is held and considers the local spill risks, environmental sensitivities and environmental protection priorities.

COURSE OUTLINE

REGIONAL SPILL CONTEXT

OIL SPILL BASICS

DISPERSANT BASICS

DISPERSANT PRODUCT EFFECTIVENESS

OPERATIONS AND OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS

ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS OF DISPERSANT-USE

ENVIRONMENTAL TRADE-OFFS AND DECISION-MAKING

PLANNING AND DECISION-MAKING PROBLEMS

WHAT'S NEW IN DISPERSANTS?

For additional information, please contact Ken Trudel by phone at 613-232-1564, fax at 613-232-6660 or e-mail at kentrudel@slross.com



Last updated: June 7, 2011
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