Crisis Management Teams:
Work, collaborate and respond more efficiently ​

You can focus on your priorities, share and receive relevant information with ease and keep senior stakeholders informed on the status of an ongoing incident in real-time.

  • Eliminate inefficient practices and systems

  • Save time and minimise resource cost overheads

  • Minimise impact, recovery time and reputational risk

  • Improve visibility and decision-making

  • Ensure a robust response 24/7 with anywhere, anytime, any device access

  • Maintain end-to-end compliance



You have full control over how you structure  teams and assign roles


Each team has their own log and can work seamlessly on their priorities


Share information seamlessly in real-time and coordinate the appropriate response


Analyse dedicated audit logs to identify, learn from and optimise response


Readily-available audit trails initiated based on predefined access control rules

Single Source of truth

One version of the truth that is current and maintained in real-time

  • Access anywhere, anytime, on any device

  • Keep key stakeholders informed at all times

  • Reduce time spent gathering, compiling, sharing and making decisions



Real-time dashboard, not just a snapshot in time of an incident status


A single, consolidated view of the status of an ongoing incident


Create and share reports within a few clicks and access historic snapshots when needed

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Read more examples of Restrata success stories

Emergency Response Services and Training – Repsol Sinopec​

Repsol Sinopec – Emergency Response Services and Training

Restrata was appointed to complete the revision of Incident Management Plans (tactical) and Crisis Management Plans (strategic) for all 12 UK assets. Restrata also provided the review of all levels of Incident response (including the Government interface) for the Tier 1 Oil terminal in Flotta, Scotland.

THREE 60 Energy

THREE60 Energy – Emergency Response Services

December 2020 – Present Restrata was appointed to provide Emergency Response services to THREE60 Energy in order to meet requirements prior to them becoming a Duty Holder Operator for the first time on the UKCS in 2021. THREE60 Energy offers complete asset lifecycle expertise within the offshore energy industry.

Serica Energy - Emergency Response Services and Training

Serica Energy approached Restrata to provide emergency response services, and to develop crisis management plans and training in readiness for their work on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS). The project also covered the provision of media support via the Restrata teams located at the Aberdeen Global Operations Command Centre (GOCC).