Planned Discharges and Accidental Oily Releases to Sea

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Course Objectives

This course provides an understanding of the types, composition and sources of oily emissions that can result from operational activities in the oil and gas industry.

Learning Objectives

  • Define the terms' planned discharges' and 'accidental oily releases'
  • Describe the types of planned operational discharges
  • Describe the accidental releases by hydrocarbon type
  • Explain the reasons why oily discharges have the potential to cause environmental harm
  • List the sources of accidental releases
  • Discuss strategies to reduce operational discharges and accidental releases offshore
  • Identify the legislation governing oil emissions offshore
  • Explain the controls that are in place to manage planned discharges offshore
  • Explain the non-compliance notification requirements
  • Explain the legislation to manage unintentional or unplanned oil releases at sea
  • Describe the risk assessments and control measures offshore
  • Explain how operators reduce human error
  • Describe good practice
  • Describe the management of operational discharges
  • Describe the sampling and analysis of operational discharges
  • List leak detection methods
  • Describe the roles and responsibilities of operator, management and employees

Additional Information

  • Duration: 45 minutes (approx.)
  • Language: English
  • Knowledge Check: 20 Questions Final Assessment

System Requirements

  • Operating System: Windows (7,8,10) and Apple Mac
  • Browsers: Edge, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari
  • Additional Hardware: Please ensure that you have headphones or speakers

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