your oil spill is our TOP PRIORITY!
Ocean Caraibes provides immediate response service 365 days
a year, 24 hours a day.
Ocean Caraibes emergency Oil Spill
Response procedures involve setting up an emergency
command center. An incident commander, will be responsible
for liaison between offshore and onshore operations
including communications and office systems and all
personnel involved in the emergency response procedures. An
overview of the necessary systems will need to be
established are identified below.
The incident commander will also be
responsible for providing spill information relevant
agencies and addressing all queries from the public and
Potential Agencies to be contacted include:
Environment Agency for the area
Insurance company for tanker/installation
police and fire departments
of Disaster Management
A tiered response strategy will be
implemented, depending on the size of the oil spill and
amount/type of hazardous waste. The incident commander will
be responsible for the operational management of a spill
An emergency response team will be identified
and trained to react quickly and efficiently in all aspects
of the spill, and to conduct an area sensitivity analysis
for air contamination as well as the impact to water and
Cooperation will be sought between local Port
Authority, local and national agencies. The implications of
the spill on policy issues will be addressed and the
relationship between the operator and the statutory bodies
and their respective roles and responsibilities established.
Relevant procedures will be implemented and negotiation
entered into to satisfy the requirements placed on the
company by local Government.