This technical support document describes how to manage all the required onshore activities when dealing with an oil spill, such as carrying out oiled shoreline assessment surveys, technical-decision making related to spill treatment options, incident monitoring, post treatment inspection and stakeholder engagement.
Drawing on a wealth of experience responding to incidents worldwide, the guide helps all parties potentially involved to plan, prepare and be ready to implement a shoreline response programme scalable to any incident and to suitably manage the complex issues involved.
This publication builds on the Oiled shoreline assessment (SCAT) surveys and Shoreline clean-up techniques good practice guides which set out the broad principles and processes of conducting surveys of and responses to oiled or potentially oiled shorelines.
- Oil Spill
- 15 July 2020