The IMO has developed a range of training courses to address all aspects of oil spill planning, response and management. These are known as the OPRC Model Courses. IEMS utilizes the IMO standards for IMO level 1- 2 and 3 course deliveries. The company has qualified IMO trainers that have years of extensive experience in oil spill response and the delivery of IMO-Oil spill response courses
IMO Level 3
Senior managers, provides insight and knowledge for the development of an oil spill prevention plan, as well as how to manage a spill at management level.
IMO Level 2
On scene commanders, provides insight and knowledge in how to coordinate an oil spill response in order to understand the most effective strategies to follow.
IMO Level 1
For responders, provides insight and knowledge to prepare for oil spill response equipment deployment in the field, to know the correct course of action.
As a recognized leader in oil spill response management and training, IEMS excels in developing and delivering practical courses that prepare attendees for best response practices. IEMS utilizes the Incident Command System (ICS) to manage our organization's daily activities and emergency responses. Our ICS instructors have responded to hundreds of incidents and served in all ICS positions and levels for public and private sector organizations. Our Instructors vast experience brings life to our training sessions.
The ICS courses are in accordance to !CS-Canada and delivered by professionals, ensuring the highest standard established.
COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFF
Department heads with
multi-agency coordination system
responsibilities, area commanders,
emergency managers, multi-agency
coordination center I operations center managers
Strike team leaders, task force leaders, unit leaders, division/group supervisors, branch directors,
and multi-agency coordination center I
emergency operations center staff
FIRST LINE SUPERVISORS
Single resource leaders, field supervisors, and other emergency management I response person
ENTRY LEVEL RESPONDERS & DISASTER WORKERS Emergency Medical Service, firefighting,
law enforcement, hospital, public health,
public works/utility, skilled support and other emergency management response, support
& volunteer personnel at all levels