2 edition of Implementation status of the Alaska Oil Spill Commission recommendations found in the catalog.
Implementation status of the Alaska Oil Spill Commission recommendations
Dennis D. Kelso
|Other titles||Draft final report.|
|Statement||by Dennis Kelso ; [prepared for Citizens" Oversight Council on Oil and Other Hazardous Substances].|
|Contributions||Citizens" Oversight Council on Oil and Other Hazardous Substances (Alaska).|
|LC Classifications||TD196.P4 K45 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||100 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||94621967|
Address West 7 th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska Telephone () E-mail address is [email protected] 8. The origin of the proposed action: Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission staff. 9. Date: August 7, Prepared by: _____ Jody J. Colombie. The Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (AOGCC) is a quasi-judicial agency in the U.S. state of Alaska, within Alaska's Department of Administration. It was originally established in , was subsequently abolished, but was eventually reestablished. This Commission is responsible for overseeing oil and gas drilling and production, reservoir depletion, and certain other operations on.
relative risk of oil spills to the marine waters of Alaska • Study does not attempt to determine the exact size, location, transport, fate, and impacts of a particular future oil spill, nor the potential response technologies applied • This information can be used to help guide strategic planning and prioritize future research activities. 3. for oil spill-related claims that allowed entry of a broader range of information than did the standard system. Early data runs on the new system, which were obtained in December , revealed that there was a total of 1, state claims filed in that were related to the oil spill cleanup activities. There were two fatalities (one worker was.
A substantive body of literature documents the effects of fatigue on worker performance, including the effects of shiftwork and sustained operations on employee alertness. The first section of this appendix reviews this evidence. The second section examines how various health care and non–health care industries have attempted to address consumer and public safety issues by restricting work Cited by: 3. As an ACP responder, 1-Call Alaska identified the importance of having and operating actual response equipment. Rather than depending on subcontractors for Oil response operations, NRC's expertise and oil spill response equipment is stationed and ready to go if an ACP casualty arises.
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The recommendations are fully discussed in the Commission’s final report and are excerpted in a shorter “Recommendations” report. The Oil Spill Commission Action Project is monitoring the success government and industry is having in implementing these recommendations.
We invite other observers to help us in this process. Report A Spill. Alaska state law requires all oil and hazardous substance releases to be reported to the Department of Environmental Conservation.
For federal reporting requirements, see the National Response Center website. Spill Information. Active Spill Responses. View a list of recent and historic situation reports for spill responses throughout the state.
30 Years After The Exxon Valdez. See how Oil Spill Prevention and Response changed in the three decades following the Exxon Valdez. Report a Spill.
The EXXON VALDEZ oil spill and response activities that followed necessitated the development of emergency and long-term measures to protect cultural resources along Alaska's affected coastline. The Alaska State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) played a key role in developing and monitoring these efforts, along with other government and.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) is the lead state agency for oil spill planning and response in Alaska. Several Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) biologists work with ADEC to assist with oil spill planning and response efforts.
The Oil Pollution Act of (OPA) ( H.R, P.L. ) was passed by the st United States Congress and signed by President George H.
Bush. It works to avoid oil spills from vessels and facilities by enforcing removal of spilled oil and assigning liability for the cost of cleanup and damage, requires specific operating procedures; defines responsible parties and financial Enacted by: the st United States Congress.
President George H. Bush talks to reporters about the Exxon-Valdez oil spill. Topics included the ecological and economic damage caused by the oil spill. President Bush and federal officials.
The Alaska Oil Spill Commission, appointed by then-governor Steve Cowper and chaired by Walter Parker, adopted many of the ASG EVOS Legal Research Team's policy and technology recommendations. The result was, and remains, a profoundly improved system for preventing and responding to marine oil spills in Alaska.
State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources. 7th Ave, Suite Anchorage, AK Phone: () Fax: () TTY: Dial or Black tides: The Alaska Oil Spill Paperback – January 1, by Brian O'Donoghue (Author)Author: Brian O'Donoghue. The Alaskan Oil Spill Bioremediation Study Update It has been over a year since the Exxon Valdez spilled approximately 11 million gallons of crude oil into the pristine waters off Alaska's Prince William Sound.
The spill, the worst in U.S. history, prompted a monumental clean-up effort and launched significant scientific research. ALASKA OIL SPill. COMMISSION. "ANS" means crude oil produced on Alaska's North Slope and transported through the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System pipeline to the marine terminal facilities at Valdez, Alaska.
A "barrel" of crude oil means 42 United States gallons of crude oil at 60 Fahrenheit. Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council | [email protected] | Address: University Drive, Ste.
| Anchorage, AK | Phone: () | Fax: () | Toll-Free: () | Office Hours: Mon through Fri, 8ampm ARLIS | Alaska Resources Library & Information Services | [email protected] | UAA Library Building | Phone: () Restoring. Alaska’s natural and cultural resources and houses the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council’s extensive collection of scientific reports, annual work plans and status reports, maps, video footage, digital photos and the Trustee Council’s public record.
52 Spill Response jobs available in Alaska on Apply to Technician, Team Member, Supervisor and more. About the Environmental Section. The Environmental Section provides advice and representation to several agencies, including primarily the Department of Environmental Conservation, to assist them in the performance of their duties related to environmental matters.
Oil spill prevention and response: The department advises and defends DEC regarding oil spill contingency plan approvals.
Ecological Risk Assessment: Consensus Workshop Environmental Tradeoffs Associated with Oil Spill Response Technologies Northwest Arctic Alaska Executive Summary In October/Novemberthe United States Coast Guard (USCG) Sector Anchorage hosted a workshop to evaluate the relative risk to natural resources from various.
Alaska Oil Spill Curriculum K-3 4 Ranger Rick article about Rick and the gang's visit to Alaska one year after the big oil spill. Then begin student or class journals about the trip.
Have students draw or write their ﬁ rst impressions of the spill. Introduce the video Voices of. Conclusions. The Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound, Alaska, on 24 Marchwas an industrial accident but a technological and organizational biological impacts were spread by subsequent natural events (severe storms) - also unexpected.
The movement of oil into vulnerable natural habitats and over great distances further highlighted the lack of preparedness to stop it. Although not an Alaskan oil spill, the French asked for advice from those that had worked on the Exxon Valdez spill. T he oil spill which followed the sinking of the oil tanker Erika in international waters off the west coast of France caused an environmental disaster along large sections of France’s Atlantic oil company Total had previously been found guilty of failing to.
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) has published the Oil Spill Response Exercise Guidance: A manual for planning, Conducting, and Evaluating Exercises.
The guidance manual is part of a dedicated effort to improve DEC’s Oil Spill Response Exercise Program to better serve the needs of regulated oil operators, response action contractors, state and federal.SEAPRO is the Oil Spill Response Organization for Southeast Alaska, ranging from Dixon Entrance, which borders our Canadian neighbors to the south and continues north to south-central Alaska west of Yakutat.
This area of Alaska contains some of the largest and most remote coastline in the United States. 19 Abrahm Lustgarten, “Run to Failure: BP and the Making of the Deepwater Horizon Disaster”,W.
W. Norton & Company, p. 20 “Deep Water: The Gulf Oil Disaster and the Future of Offshore Drilling: Report to the President”, National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, Janup.