Oil Spill Prevention, Preparedness & Response

SLR’s expertise in oil spill preparedness and response planning encompasses a diverse blend of industries as well as detailed knowledge of local, state, and federal regulations.

What is SLR’s oil spill expertise?

The range of services SLR provides for oil spill preparedness and response planning includes:

  • Plan preparation – SLR has extensive experience preparing contingency plans,  technical writing and in document production.
  • Plan review and maintenance is necessary because plans are living documents – SLR completes reviews, amends and distributes revisions.
  • Service provider coordination – SLR coordinates the plan’s identified team members which include client’s in-house response team and support service providers such as oil spill drillers, water-way response teams, government agencies, and cleanup contractors.
  • Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Team (SCAT) Services is a unique service area – SLR provides and coordinates aerial reconnaissance surveys, shoreline segmentation shoreline surveys, and associated documentation.
  • Emergency permit applications – SLR assists meeting requirements associated with  waste management, wildlife protection, dispersant application management and documentation, and in situ burning.
  • Expert team with diverse experience includes preparing spill and contingency plans for industry clients including chemical discharge prevention and contingency plans for oil and gas exploration, production and transportation facilities.
  • Regulatory understanding includes a detailed knowledge of regulatory requirementsassociated with spills and cleanups and how to have responses implemented within those requirements.
  • Broad field capabilities – experience in harsh cold weather environments, rough terrain, and a variety of water conditions.   Projects have required the use of helicopters, small aircraft, and water craft.

Main SLR Offering:

  • Experienced Team with Diverse Experience includes preparing spill and contingency plans for industry clients including oil discharge prevention and contingency plans for oil and gas exploration, production and transportation facilities.
  • Regulatory Understanding includes a detailed knowledge of regulatory requirementsassociated with spills and cleanups and how to have responses implemented within those requirements.
  • Broad Field Capabilities – experience in harsh cold weather environments, rough terrain, and a variety of water conditions.   Projects have required the use of helicopters, small aircraft, and water craft.