MATERIAL NEEDED FOR REVISED IMO MODEL TRAINING COURSES

MORE PHOTOS, GRAPHICS AND VIDEO MATERIAL NEEDED FOR DEVELOPMENT OF REVISED IMO MODEL TRAINING COURSES

Members are asked to assist – Patricia Charlebois writes – “Further to the discussion at TG 15, reference had been made to specific photo and video requirements to support the development of the OPRC model courses.  In this regard, please find the list identifying the requirement.  Any assistance that you can provide the Secretariat in this regard would be highly appreciated.  Thanks to those who have already shared photos and videos with us”.  Here is a list of items needed to fill gaps –  

 

 

Graphics: Weathering process (SINTEF and ITOPF have nice ones) • Output from spill trajectory model • AIS tracks • Sensitivity map • IPIECAS GI Areas • UNEP areas

Photos: • Sensitive resources (beach, hotel, etc.) • Tanker • Platform • Light oil on beach • Heavy oil on beach • Oiled park or boardwalk (any municipal structure) • Oiled beach in front of hotel • Water intake • Oil in Port or marina • Oil near home • Oiled archeological site • Oiled sea mammals • Oiled birds • Oiled mangroves • Oiled marsh • Oiled mudflat • Fish market • Oil slick near many sensitive resources (city, beach, port, etc.) • Shoreline protection • Boom failure • Salvage operations • Cargo transfer operations • At sea recovery operation • Aerial application of dispersants • Vessel application of dispersants • In situ burning • Photo of shoreline clean-up (mechanical, manual, etc..) • Incident command center • Beach inspection or survey (SCAT) • Water sampling • Fishery bans • Public health warning notices • Equipment cleaning station • Oiled small craft • Oiled property • Oiled fishing gear • Oiled fish farm • Environmental damage to marsh

Videos: Case histories  

If you can help, please send items to Patricia Charlebois, Senior Technical Officer, Marine Environment Division, International Maritime Organization (IMO), 4 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7SR or email pcharlebois@imo.org