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Sea Alarm workshop and training held in Ireland

July 9th, 2014

Sea Alarm training in IrelandSea Alarm was asked to present and train on a response procedure created in 2013 to representatives of SEA-PT, the Irish Coast Guard, and interested NGOs during a dedicated full day workshop held in Limerick on 16 May, 2014. Read more…

Canada’s 37th Arctic Marine Oilspill Program Technical Seminar features special wildlife session

July 9th, 2014

AMOP Environmental pollution response seminarCanmore, Alberta was the site of the first ever, full day wildlife session to be held as part of the Arctic Marine Oilspill Program (AMOP) Technical Seminar. Co-chaired by Dr. Sherri Cox of the University of Guelph and Patrick O’Hara of the Canadian Wildlife Service, this 2014 session featured speakers from the Europe, Australia, the US and Canada. Read more…

Sea Alarm says good-bye and good luck to Joy Bruce-Radcliffe

July 4th, 2014

JoyBRWe are sorry to announce that our Office Manager, Joy Bruce-Radcliffe, is leaving. Joy joined Sea Alarm in January of 2013, bringing her financial and administrative skills to our team and implementing much needed, more efficient office systems and procedures. Read more…

Sea Alarm provides training for the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey

July 4th, 2014

TUBITAK oiled wildlife response planning courseIn May, Tim Thomas gave an invited one day course on Oiled Wildlife Preparedness and Response for the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBITAK) at their Marmara Research Centre in Gebze. The special wildlife day session was part of TÜBITAK’s ‘Maritime Accidents-Hazardous Waste Management, Restoration of Contaminated Areas and Wildlife Rehabilitation’ workshop. Read more…

Oiled Wildlife Response Planning Course held in Brunei

July 4th, 2014

Oiled wildlife response planning course BruneiIn June, Hugo Nijkamp and Claude Velter provided Sea Alarm’s two-day Wildlife Response Planning Course to emergency response officers from Oil and Gas Operators in Brunei.  This course looks at the various challenges that oil spills could pose to wild animals, and the various wildlife incident scenarios that could occur. Read more…

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