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

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shoreline response centre src

Shoreline Response Centre (SRC)

National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

criteria for src set up
Criteria for SRC set-up
  • Tier 3 incident
  • Beyond the resource capability of Local Authority(s)
  • Central Government support required
  • Must be agreed / endorsed by MCA

National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

once src is agreed
Once SRC is agreed:
  • 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
  • LA must provide and finance their own resources
  • LA take the lead – Why?
  • LA provides accommodation etc

National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

role of the src
Role of the SRC

Co-ordinate and lead the on-shore response

  • Determine the extent of the problem
  • Agree a strategy and priorities
  • Initiate response
  • Obtain and allocate resources
  • Determine methods of waste disposal
  • Monitor progress
  • Brief elected members, Ministers, VIPs, media

National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

structure of the src
Structure of the SRC
  • Three primary functional teams
    • plus support teams
  • Headed by the Local Authority
    • Members from different organisations with appropriate expertise
  • Important that the SRC acts as a single unit
    • Remove affiliation to parent organisation WHY?

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structure of the src6
Structure of the SRC

MANAGEMENT TEAM

Media and public relations team

Strategy

sub-group

Administration

team

TECHNICAL TEAM

Waste

management

Health and

Safety

IT and comms team

PROCUREMENT TEAM

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management team function
Management Team function
  • 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
  • Agree press releases and attend press briefings

- Focal point for briefing of elected members, Ministers, VIPs, media, public

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management team members
Management Team members
  • 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

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the technical team
The Technical Team

MANAGEMENT TEAM

Media and public relations team

Strategy

sub-group

Administration

team

TECHNICAL TEAM

Waste

management

Health and

Safety

IT and comms team

PROCUREMENT TEAM

National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

technical team function
Technical Team function
  • Determine appropriate clean-up techniques
  • Allocate resources
  • Communicate decisions to local Beachmasters
  • Monitor the progress of operations and brief the Management Team
  • Draw up a waste disposal plan
  • Ensure Health and Safety requirements are met

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technical team members
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
  • 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

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the procurement team
The Procurement Team

MANAGEMENT TEAM

Media and public relations team

Strategy

sub-group

Administration

team

TECHNICAL TEAM

Waste

management

Health and

Safety

IT and comms team

PROCUREMENT TEAM

National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

procurement team function
Procurement Team Function
  • Obtain the necessary resources and dispatch them to the agreed beaches
  • Monitor the levels of deployed resources
  • Recover and re-deploy resources as they become surplus to requirements
  • Inform the Technical Team of any resources shortfall
  • Ensure that finances and/or contracts are available to implement the decisions of the Technical Team

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procurement team members
Procurement Team members
  • Local Authority, MCA, Environmental regulator, Oil Company, County/District Finance Officer
  • Members must be aware of resources available and how they can be contracted

National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training

the role of the beachmaster
The role of the Beachmaster
  • The SRC is the ‘executive function’ of shoreline clean-up
  • 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

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communications in shoreline clean up
Communications in shoreline clean-up

SRC

Environment Group

Management Team

Technical Team

Procurement Team

Equipment / resources

Environmental advice

Strategy

Reports

BEACHMASTER

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

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record keeping and cost recovery
Record Keeping and Cost Recovery
  • Exhaustive records essential
  • What we did, and why, with what, how

much ………………

  • Otherwise – we may jeopardise cost recovery

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shoreline response centre
Shoreline Response Centre
  • Your LAs arrangements for SRC?
  • Accommodation identified?
  • Who would chair?
  • Joint SRC with neighbouring Authorities?
  • What details in your own plans? For SRC structure, who in which role in which teams?
  • See Pembs plan – for details

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Shoreline Response Centre

MANAGEMENT TEAM

Media and public relations team

Strategy

sub-group

Administration

team

TECHNICAL TEAM

Waste

management

Health and

Safety

IT and comms team

PROCUREMENT TEAM

National Contingency Plan – Environment Group Training