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Track: Planning and Preparedness
Preparing your Incident Management Team (IMT) This session will help prepare IMT’s to identify tools available to prepare, test, and exercise effectively. PHMSA will present on a project to develop instrumental ICS videos for response. Also included will be a discussion on unannounced exercise implementation and a review of the Canadian Pacific Railroad exercise from October 2019.
Oil Spill Exercise and Response Awareness Training Eddie Murphy, Emergency Management Specialist, U.S. DOT PHMSA Co-Presenter: Nicole Zawadzki, National Programs Manager, HAMMER Federal Training Center, Department of Energy
Expect the Unexpected – Implementing Unannounced Exercises Ken McLernon, Manager, Emergency Management, Trans Mountain
Canadian Pacific Railway’s Functional Exercise – Exercise Ceres Jon Gardiner, Hazmat and Emergency Response Officer, Canadian Pacific Railway Co-Presenter: Jacqueline Martens, Emergency Management Specialist, GHD
Moving the Needle on Abandoned and Derelict Vessels: Recommendations to Strengthen State and Federal Capacity to Address a Growing Threat In this panel, we will discuss and brainstorm effective strategies for implementing 38 recommendations from a Jan 14, 2020 report by the Pacific States / British Columbia (BC) Oil Spill Task Force (Task Force): Abandoned and Derelict Vessel (ADVs) Blue-Ribbon Program for Western U.S. States (Blue-Ribbon Program).
ADVs are a growing challenge for coastal states. The Blue-Ribbon Program is designed to help western states (AK, CA, HI, OR and WA) develop comprehensive ADV programs that will effectively address issues related to authority, prevention, public outreach and education, deconstruction and disposal, and funding. The Blue-Ribbon Program also contains recommendations for the federal government to help improve state/federal collaboration on this complex, expensive issue.
Chair: Hilary Wilkinson, Executive Coordinator Team, Pacific States/British Columbia Oil Spill Task Force
Devon Grennan, President, Global Diving & Salvage, Inc.
Troy Wood, Program Manager, WA State Dept. of Natural Resources/Aquatics Division
Greg Buie, Regional Manager, Western States and Pacific Region, U.S. Coast Guard National Pollution Funds Center
Case Studies: Successful Response Communications This session will focus on two recent events where quick responses, spill prevention procedures, and good crisis communications protected both people and the environment. The audience will hear about tangible ways that state and federal entities can engage with indigenous communities, and about how good spill prevention procedures lead to successful responses.
Chair: Michael Lowry, Manager, Communications, Western Canada Marine Response Corp (WCMRC)
Crisis Communications – 2019 Fraser River Salmon Migration Jeff Brady, Deputy Superintendent, Canadian Coast Guard Co-Presenter: Leri Davies, Strategic Media Relations Advisor, Department of Fisheries & Oceans Canada
Shell/Crowley Barge Spill Nhi Irwin, Plan Development Review Supervisor, Washington Dept. of Ecology-Spill Program
Track: Response and Recovery
Crisis Leadership Challenges and Advancements This session will provide an opportunity to highlight challenges and advancements in response crisis leadership by a panel of qualified response experts.
Co-Chair: Heather A. Parker, Navy On-Scene Coordinator,
U.S. Navy NW Region
Co-Chair and Moderator: Greg Buie, Regional Manager, Western States and Pacific Region, U.S. Coast Guard National Pollution Funds Center
Captain Michael Long, Coast Guard Liaison Officer to Indo-Pacific Command, U.S. Coast Guard
David Byers, Response Manager, Washington Dept. of Ecology-Spill Program
Chris Graff, Director, Response Services, Gallagher Marine Systems LLC
Ed Owens, President, Owens Coastal Consultants
Scott Knutson (Retired), Consultant, U.S. Coast Guard, District 13
Jeff Brady, Deputy Superintendent, Canadian Coast Guard
Emerging Non-Floating Oils Issues This session will look closely at emerging assessment technologies for non-floating oil spill response; specifically, how older technology applications are being put toward new uses.
Chair: Devon Grennan, President, Global Diving & Salvage, Inc.