Being prepared means you are ready to implement an effective response at any time.
A continual cycle of reviewing, updating and testing of all elements of preparedness will ensure this.
Once the SCERP is ready, you are able to test it and perform Emergency Response on Paper (EROP) sessions, drills and exercises. OSRL can assist in the design of the scenario, the set-up of the response organisation (including ICS training) and the execution of drills & exercises.
You are ready to respond.
In the unlikely event of an incident, the Global Subsea Response Network is ready to assist and execute accordingly. A wide network of expertise and equipment is part of this network.
“No one response organisation can provide a single end-to-end solution.”The GSRN was put in place to meet the demand from the industry that an effective and aligned approach to Source Control Emergency Response Planning is available on a global scale.
SWIS Membership provides immediate and pre-approved access to a mutual aid framework agreement for additional personnel resources, and assistance from other participating members.
“Overall, the Operating company needs to own the plan and ensure all assumed interface points are robust.”IOGP594
An effective response is a question of making available the right tools, in the right place, with effective mobilization plans.
No one response organisation can provide a single end-to-end solution.
Through the Global Subsea Response Network (GSRN), members have access to a network of well-established response organisations that ensures a turnkey solution. The powerful network represents a world-leading expertise from planning to execution – all over the globe.
Membership provides immediate and pre-approved access to a mutual aid framework agreement for additional personnel resources, and assistance from other participating members. Access to additional personnel will be critical, particularly for a sustained response.