Environmental incidents, such as an oil or chemical spill, can cause major headaches for companies, homeowners and regulators. The fallout can be wide-reaching, with pollutants quickly spreading to affect controlled waters, buildings and other amenities.
The design and implementation of a appropriate Emergency Spill Response plan is critical to reducing the risk associated with an incident and essential in reducing overall costs.
Verde have developed a one hour seminar that educates attendees on the most up-to-date practice in this area.
- Common, and some not so common, causes of oil leaks.
- Consequences of oil spills.
- Emergency Response Techniques, Equipment and Material.
- Practical hands-on with materials.
- Waste handling, classification and disposal.
- Case Studies.
Gary has over 17 years’ experience in the environmental consultancy field and has developed specialist knowledge in the areas of oil spill response, environmental and contamination investigation and remediation, environmental forensic, environmental risk assessment, and expert witness work. Gary has considerable project management experience with public and private sector clients, having dealt with over 3,000 spill incidents, and has completed projects in Ireland, UK and South Asia. He has delivered numerous conference presentations and technical training contributions, including CPD courses for the private and regulatory bodies.
This seminar is a must for anybody involved in oil remediation projects particularly within the domestic and commercial insurance sector, including:
- Oil Suppliers
- Regulatory Enforcement Officers
- Property Management Companies
- Windfarm Sector
- Loss Adjustors
- Insurance Claims Handlers
- Loss Assessors
- Free of Charge