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1 Shoreline Response Centre (SRC) National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

2 Criteria for SRC set-up Tier 3 incident Tier 3 incident Beyond the resource capability of Local Authority(s) Beyond the resource capability of Local Authority(s) Central Government support required Central Government support required Must be agreed / endorsed by MCA Must be agreed / endorsed by MCA National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

3 Once SRC is agreed: All MCA resources (including those which MCA may contract in) are made available to Local Authorities (LAs) free of charge All MCA resources (including those which MCA may contract in) are made available to Local Authorities (LAs) free of charge Full MCA support for the centre Full MCA support for the centre LA must provide and finance their own resources LA must provide and finance their own resources LA take the lead – Why? LA take the lead – Why? LA provides accommodation etc LA provides accommodation etc National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

4 Role of the SRC Co-ordinate and lead the on-shore response Determine the extent of the problemDetermine the extent of the problem Agree a strategy and prioritiesAgree a strategy and priorities Initiate responseInitiate response Obtain and allocate resourcesObtain and allocate resources Determine methods of waste disposalDetermine methods of waste disposal Monitor progressMonitor progress Brief elected members, Ministers, VIPs, mediaBrief elected members, Ministers, VIPs, media National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

5 Structure of the SRC Three primary functional teams Three primary functional teams –plus support teams Headed by the Local Authority Headed by the Local Authority –Members from different organisations with appropriate expertise Important that the SRC acts as a single unit Important that the SRC acts as a single unit –Remove affiliation to parent organisation WHY? National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

6 Structure of the SRC MANAGEMENT TEAM TECHNICAL TEAM PROCUREMENT TEAM Strategy sub-group Waste management Health and Safety Media and public relations team Administration team IT and comms team National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

7 Management Team function To assess the threat, determine priorities, define strategy and objectives To assess the threat, determine priorities, define strategy and objectives - Liaise with Environment Group (EG) Monitor progress against the agreed strategy and adjust as necessary Monitor progress against the agreed strategy and adjust as necessary Agree press releases and attend press briefings Agree press releases and attend press briefings - Focal point for briefing of elected members, Ministers, VIPs, media, public National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

8 Management Team members LA designated Chief Oil Pollution Officer, MCA and Chairs of the various Teams/Groups, as a minimum LA designated Chief Oil Pollution Officer, MCA and Chairs of the various Teams/Groups, as a minimum - ITOPF, Oil Company by invitation Essential that members of the team have the authority to agree actions and spending Essential that members of the team have the authority to agree actions and spending National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

9 The Technical Team MANAGEMENT TEAM TECHNICAL TEAM Strategy sub-group Waste management Health and Safety Media and public relations team Administration team IT and comms team PROCUREMENT TEAM National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

10 Technical Team function Determine appropriate clean-up techniques Determine appropriate clean-up techniques Allocate resources Allocate resources Communicate decisions to local Beachmasters Communicate decisions to local Beachmasters Monitor the progress of operations and brief the Management Team Monitor the progress of operations and brief the Management Team Draw up a waste disposal plan Draw up a waste disposal plan Ensure Health and Safety requirements are met Ensure Health and Safety requirements are met National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

11 Technical Team members MCA, District Liaison Officers, Environmental Regulator, LA Waste Disposal Officer, Health and Safety Officer, Contractors, HMCG, Police, ITOPF, UKPIA, UKOOA, Oil Company MCA, District Liaison Officers, Environmental Regulator, LA Waste Disposal Officer, Health and Safety Officer, Contractors, HMCG, Police, ITOPF, UKPIA, UKOOA, Oil Company Members of this team must be knowledgeable on beach clean-up, waste disposal, H&S and be able to provide local knowledge Members of this team must be knowledgeable on beach clean-up, waste disposal, H&S and be able to provide local knowledge Chair = Local Authority or MCA Chair = Local Authority or MCA National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

12 The Procurement Team MANAGEMENT TEAM TECHNICAL TEAM PROCUREMENT TEAM Strategy sub-group Waste management Health and Safety Media and public relations team Administration team IT and comms team National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

13 Procurement Team Function Obtain the necessary resources and dispatch them to the agreed beaches Obtain the necessary resources and dispatch them to the agreed beaches Monitor the levels of deployed resources Monitor the levels of deployed resources Recover and re-deploy resources as they become surplus to requirements Recover and re-deploy resources as they become surplus to requirements Inform the Technical Team of any resources shortfall Inform the Technical Team of any resources shortfall Ensure that finances and/or contracts are available to implement the decisions of the Technical Team Ensure that finances and/or contracts are available to implement the decisions of the Technical Team National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

14 Procurement Team members Local Authority, MCA, Environmental regulator, Oil Company, County/District Finance Officer Local Authority, MCA, Environmental regulator, Oil Company, County/District Finance Officer Members must be aware of resources available and how they can be contracted Members must be aware of resources available and how they can be contracted National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

15 The role of the Beachmaster The SRC is the executive function of shoreline clean-up The SRC is the executive function of shoreline clean-up A Beachmaster is the operations manager at the front line of the response A Beachmaster is the operations manager at the front line of the response –Implements the clean-up strategy devised by the SRC technical team –Reports back to the SRC on progress and problems National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

16 Communications in shoreline clean-up Management Team Technical Team Procurement Team SRC BEACHMASTER Strategy Reports Environment Group Equipment / resources Environmental advice National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

17 The Beachmaster Supervisory position requiring initiative, practicality and the ability to improvise - within overall remit Supervisory position requiring initiative, practicality and the ability to improvise - within overall remit Man management experience Man management experience –ability to motivate and manage unskilled labour Sound knowledge of HSE Rules Sound knowledge of HSE Rules Understand environmental constraints – links with Environment Group Understand environmental constraints – links with Environment Group National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

18 Record Keeping and Cost Recovery Exhaustive records essential Exhaustive records essential What we did, and why, with what, how What we did, and why, with what, how much ……………… Otherwise – we may jeopardise cost recovery Otherwise – we may jeopardise cost recovery National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

19 Shoreline Response Centre Your LAs arrangements for SRC? Your LAs arrangements for SRC? Accommodation identified? Accommodation identified? Who would chair? Who would chair? Joint SRC with neighbouring Authorities? Joint SRC with neighbouring Authorities? What details in your own plans? For SRC structure, who in which role in which teams? What details in your own plans? For SRC structure, who in which role in which teams? See Pembs plan – for details See Pembs plan – for details National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

20 MANAGEMENT TEAM TECHNICAL TEAM PROCUREMENT TEAM Strategy sub-group Waste management Health and Safety Media and public relations team Administration team IT and comms team National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training Shoreline Response Centre


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