EnviroEmerg Consulting focuses on emerging regional, national and international environmental issues primarily related to oil and hazardous material spill risk, prevention, preparedness and response.
EnviroEmerg provides emergency management training and services under the Incident Command System (ICS) with a focus on environmental emergencies related to oil and hazardous material spills in marine and inland environments.
EnviroEmerg specializes in Shoreline Cleanup Assessment Techniques (SCAT) for oil spills in both marine and freshwater environments.
EnviroEmerg is available for exercise design, facilitation, and participation under the ICS. EnviroEmerg is available in Canada and internationally for emergency response to deliver ICS planning, field observation, and SCAT.
Sectors include transportation (vessel, rail, road, pipeline) and industrial (manufacturing, storage). Clients include government, companies, First Nations and non-government organizations. All training and services are to international standards.
45 years of experience
in environmental emergency
Undertook First Nation community workshops to identify Areas of Concern for marine oil spill response (North and Central BC Coast) and participated in field surveys to develop Geographic Response Strategies for North Vancouver Island region.
Provided technical services to Cowichan Tribes on reconsideration of the Trans-mountain Pipeline Expansion with technical submission to the National Energy Board on fate, behaviour and operational challenges related to a dilbit spill.
Recipient of the Pacific States/BC Oil Spill Task Force's legacy award presented at the Clean Pacific conference on June 18, 2015 in Vancouver. Award was "For outstanding achievements in major vessel casualty planning and response on the coast of British Columbia" For details see: http://oilspilltaskforce.org/legacy-awards/
Delivered ICS 100 (orientation), 200 (basic)and 300 (intermediate) training sponsored by the Council of the Haida Nation over four days in Skidegate.
Up-dated BC Ministry of Environment's three spill response plans for marine and inland oil spills, and hazardous material incidents (original author in 1991-93), prepared an Incident Management Handbook, and twenty two Position Task Books for Incident Management Team positions and technical specialists. http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/eemp/resources/index.htm