Emergency Response Planning


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As emergencies and abnormal condition may occur at any time and place, an appropriate emergency response plan must be established during ‘peace time’. This is, to ensure smooth and effectiveness in executing the rescue mission during any unforeseen circumstance.

Flinders EMA Emergency Response Planning Team is able to fully customize your company’s emergency needs that consummate with your company’s


 We provide:

  1. Onsite Emergency Response assessment of the worksite – Barge, FPSO, Vessel, Oil Rig, etc.

  2. A description of the response organization (structure, roles, responsibilities, decision makers)

  3. Policies defining measures for limiting or stopping events in question and conditions for tenmination of action.

  4. Easy to follow response (such as procedures for details of response equipment and location, procedures, training requirements, duties, etc)

  5. Descriptions and procedures for alarm and communications systems

  6. Evacuation Procedures – Helicopter Casualty Extraction, Air Ambulance Transfers

  7. List of: On-site first Aid supplies and available back up medical support, MEDEVAC facilities and other emergency facilities such as emergency re-fueling sites. List to include survival equipment  and gear, altemate accommodation facilities, and emergency power sources, diving & maritime emergency medical supplies (DMAC 15 etc)

  8. Physician Direct Case management

  9. Tele-Medicine Advisory with realtime monitory

  10. On-Site Assessment of Vessel, Barge,FPSO, Rig.

  11. Air Ambulance Patient/Casualty Transport

  12. Helicopter Rescue Services

  13. Commercial Aircraft to Air Ambulance conversion

  14. Sea Ambulance Operations

  15. Land Ambulance Transfers



  1. On site risk analysis to identify reasonable and worst case potential accidents followed by design of preparedness requirements.

  2. Identify gaps in information and planning such as mapping, currents and weather, and obtain recent data sets from appropriate sources to increase usefulness of preparedness and response tools. Use of Industry standard and Real time telemedical monitoring.

  3.  Inclusion of emergency preparedness in the design of operations and in the environmental, health and safety programs.

  4.  Disease Containment & Control eg: Tuberculosis, Chicken Pox out break among the crew

  5. Protection of emergency response personnel and affected population.

  6. Effective communications through the use of appropriate Intemational systems.

  7. Emergency Medical training of response personnel.

  8. Advising the corporate companies for coordination during an emergency.

  9. Assisting in an emergency and coordinating with other agencies and organizations that maybe involved in responding to an emergency.

  10. Advocate emergency preparedness, exercise and drills.