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Oil Spill Response Strategies & Tactics Training
August 6-9, 2019
*The first day of each class, instruction starts at 10:00 to allow for NWS Earle security considerations.
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Learn this and more at Ohmsett's Oil Spill Response Strategies and Tactics Training. This four-day training session emphasizes practical experience in full-scale oil recovery operations in the Ohmsett outdoor wave tank. You will increase your proficiency using boom and skimmers while practicing removing spilled oil. The course is presented in partnership with Texas A&M National Spill Control School who provides the classroom curriculum and instruction. Ohmsett staff provides professional training services to support the hands-on portion of the training. At the completion of the course, you will receive a NSCS Certificate of Completion.
The cost is $1,350.00 per person. Space is limited to 16 students.
Ohmsett is located on a secure Navy Base. It is mandatory for all guests to complete the Navy Security Clearance Forms prior to their visit. To gain access to the facility, all guests are required to enter through the NWS Earle Waterfront Visitor Control Center and may be subject to random vehicle inspections. As this process is beyond Ohmsett's control, please allow sufficient time to process through the Visitor Control each day of training.
Complete the Ohmsett Visitor Form below. On line #5, type in Michael Brennan 732-866-7055 as the "Base Sponsor". The completed form should be faxed to Michael Brennan at 732-866-7027.