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Module 1 – Risk Assessment and its processes
Key words associated with Risk Assessment Processes a. An accident - Is an unplanned event that results in loss b. A hazard - Is something that has the potential to cause harm c. A risk - Is the likelihood and the severity of a negative occurrence for example injury, ill-health, damage and loss resulting from a hazard. It is also a situation of exposure to danger or a probability of something bad happening.

Module 2 – Incident Command System (ICS)
ICS is a standardized approach to the command, control and and coordination of emergency response to providing a common hierarchy within which oil spill emergency responses can be effectively carried out.

Module 3 – Conduct and monitor assets integrity management programme for oil and gas operations in Nigeria
The ASM Department is charged with the responsibility for surveillance and to ensure compliance with all existing environmental legislation and the detection of oil spills in the petroleum sector (NOSDRA Establishment Act 2006 Section 6 (10) (a)). In achieving the above responsibility, there is need for a Pipeline Integrity Assurance Program under a full fledge Assets Integrity Management (AIM).

Module 4 – Asset Integrity Management: Standard operating procedure of hydrocarbon pipeline maintenance
This procedure is a guideline on the proper way to safely perform asset integrity management. The operators will the SOP as a guide to help them perform the integrity of the asset, and this will be in compliance with government regulations and standard.

Module 5 – Hazard Identification (HAZID)
Oil spills are one form of disaster that is not a natural disaster, but one that people have caused. An oil spill can harm birds, mammals, marine life and the environment in several ways via direct physical contact, toxic contamination, destruction of food sources, habitats, and reproductive problems.

NOSCP Communication procedures and ICS Forms
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Dedicated e-mails, official mails, memos and fax will be used for all communications between the National and Zonal Commands, Regional Command, National Strategic Committee, Relevant Agencies of Government, Industry On-Scene Command, International and Local Response Organizations and their respective Support Teams, particularly
in case of emergency. Mobile telephone and two-way radio communications could also be used.
Operational communications between Sections under the Incident Command System (Section Chief, Branch and Unit heads) and other participating organizations in the response operations will be made by using the pre-selected radio frequencies, mobile telephones, dedicated emails and other appropriate means. Communication will be vertical within the section and horizontal only through the Section Chief.
All requests for external assistance and exchange of technical information etc.; and replies to such requests and exchanges will be routed through the Inter-Agency Liaison Officer to the National Commander for approval and acknowledgments as prescribed by the NOSCP.


-ICS 201 Incident Briefing
-ICS 202 Incident Action Plan
-ICS 203 Organization Assignment List
-ICS 204 Assignment List
-ICS 205 Radio Communication Plan
-ICS 205a Communication List
-ICS 206 Medical Plan
-ICS 207 Incident Organization Chart
-ICS 208 Site Safety Plan
-ICS 209 Incident Status Summary
-ICS 211 Check-in List
-ICS 213 General Message
-ICS 214 Unit Log
-ICS 215 Operational Planning Worksheet
-ICS 220 Air Operations Summary
-ICS 221 Demobilization Checkout

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