This course is a pre-requisite for the remaining Spill Responder Series
For technical issues relating to the online course, please contact TECHNICAL SUPPORT and include a screenshot so that a diagnosis may take place as soon as possible.
Self-study: The hard copy manual is $65.00 + GST per copy. To purchase, please contact Leona Boisselle at 587.393.9620
Classroom Courses: MARCH 27, 2019
The Alberta Energy Regulator’s Directive 071 requires that all licensees have the responsibility to ensure that they are fully prepared and capable of responding to any level of emergency such as oil spills. This one-day awareness level classroom course has been designed to meet the AER’s Directive 071 minimum recommended level of spill response training for anyone who may have to respond to an oil spill, as well as for members of WCSS who may have missed an annual Oil Spill Cooperative training exercise. The course provides spill responders with basic practical information that will help them to respond quickly and appropriately to a liquid hydrocarbon spill on both land and water. It consists of the following chapters, each with its own quiz:
- Spill prevention and preparedness, regulatory reporting requirements and basic ICS
- Field safety precautions
- Initial spill response
- Containment and recovery techniques
Instructors share their real-life experiences and provide many practical examples in addition to answering questions.
To register, call 587-393-9620