7 May, 2008
Incident Specific Preparedness Review (ISPR) M/V Cosco Busan Oil Spill in San Francisco Bay: Part II and Final Report
United States. Coast Guard
"The Incident Specific Preparedness Review (ISPR) for the response to the Cosco Busan oil spill was convened pursuant to a Charter issued by the Chief of Staff, U.S. Coast Guard on November 14, 2007. The ISPR process is outlined in Section 4.C of the Coast Guard Marine Safety Manual (COMDTINST M16000.14) which establishes requisite reporting criteria. The Charter provides direction for ISPR Team membership, scope of the review and reporting deadlines. The Charter directs the Team to review oil spill preparedness and response operations in two phases. The first phase covers the initial two weeks of response operations. […]. This is the second report on the response to the Cosco Busan oil spill and, like the first report, it provides an analysis of preparedness planning requirements and the actual response. This report is meant to supplement the first report, and should be used within that context. It is intended to: 1. assess longer term issues that span beyond the initial two weeks; 2. address issues that required more time to research; and 3. provide clarification to statements in the Part I report, based on feedback. The ISPR Team invited agencies to suggest issues that the Team might consider for the second and final report. Not all of the suggested issues were selected by the ISPR team. In total, 12 new focus issues were identified and constitute the bulk of this report."
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  • Publisher
    United States. Coast Guard
  • Date
    7 May, 2008
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    U.S. Coast Guard: www.uscg.mil/
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  • Subject
    Emergency management/Emergency preparedness

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