Case Study: Emergency Management Exercise

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Emergency Management Exercise

Client: Maersk Oil North Sea Ltd
Place of performance: Aberdeen, UK
Date and duration: 23 January 2018 – 4 hours
Value of contract: Confidential


Restrata was tasked to develop and deliver a series of Emergency Response Exercises to test and support the Maersk Emergency Management Team at Maersk House in Aberdeen.


This exercise was the latest in a series of exercises developed and delivered by Restrata. It involved an offload tanker colliding with the Global Producer 3 which is a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel causing injuries and an oil spill.


Restrata delivers Crisis and Continuity Management Consultancy and Training, as well as Emergency Response support to Maersk.

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