2021 Annual Drill Monitoring Report

This yearly report summarizes the drills and exercises that were attended, observed, and evaluated by Council staff and contractors in 2021. Highlights for 2021 include: The COVID-19 pandemic again restricted observation of drills and exercises. A towing was exercise conducted with a foreign-flagged tanker, which the Council has been requesting for years. For the first time in Prince William Sound, a large-scale tabletop exercise was held almost entirely online. These reports have great value in tracking the history of spill preparedness and response by Alyeska/SERVS and the associated shippers. They are instrumental in identifying operational issues and tracking the lessons learned during these events. These reports have proven to be valuable tools in addressing recurring problems, improving the prevention and response system, assisting contingency plan workgroups, and in planning large unannounced drills.

File Type: pdf
Categories: Drill Monitoring Reports
Author: PWSRCAC, Roy Robertson
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