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Binding EU Offshore Safety Directive wildlife requirements discussed at Interspill conference

April 3rd, 2015

2015Sea Alarm shared booth at InterspillThe 2015 Interspill conference in Amsterdam provided Sea Alarm with the opportunity to present an analysis of the European Union’s Offshore Safety Directive’s oiled wildlife requirements to members of the oil and gas industry and spill response agencies. Read more…

Oiled wildlife response cooperation in the Netherlands progressing well

April 3rd, 2015

SON logo In March, the annual meeting between key wildlife response organisations and Rijkswaterstaat took place, bringing together responders and authorities who cooperate on implementing and updating the national plan for response to oiled birds (Samenwerkingsregeling Besmeurde Vogels or SBV). Read more…

Sign up for Sea Alarm’s oiled wildlife planning course in April

April 3rd, 2015

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Sea Alarm is providing its  oiled wildlife planning course, free of charge, to European authorities who have responsibility for this issue in their country. Registration is still open for the course which will be held on 16-17 April  at the Commission’s Emergency Response Coordination Centre (ERCC) in Brussels. Read more…

EUROWA project: building Tier 3 oiled wildlife response capacity in Europe

April 3rd, 2015

EUROWAlogo.smallThe European Module for Oiled Wildlife Emergency Response Assistance (EUROWA) project, introduced late last year, got off to a strong start with a weeklong meeting hosted by the RSPCA, a project partner, at their Mallydams Wood Wildlife Centre.
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Sea Alarm at Interspill Conference and Exhibition 2015

March 10th, 2015

Interspill 2015 conference in AmsterdamSea Alarm will be at  the Interspill Conference (Amsterdam 24-26 March 2015) presenting a paper that explores the wildlife response planning implications of the new EU Directive on Offshore Safety. This Directive was adopted in 2014 and includes some explicit references to oiled wildlife response preparedness which call to have “arrangements” in place in the so called “external response plans”. Read more…

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