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Track 3: Planning and Preparedness

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Wednesday, June 20

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10:30 AM 12:00 PM
3A: Better, Faster, Newer: Innovations in Creating and Updating Geographic Response Plans
Room: B113
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Chair:
Bob Patterson, Managing Director, Witt O'Brien's
Moderator:
Don Pettit, Sr. Emergency Response Planner, OR - Dept. of Environmental Quality
Speakers: Inland Waterway Oil Spill Programs (Geographic Response Plans to Inland Oil Spill Response Organization Training)
Abstract
Dominic (Nic) Winslow, Manager, Hazmat Planning, BNSF Railroad
Co-Author(s):
Cody Harris, Director, Whitewater Rescue Institute
  Creating a Geographic Response Planning System for Oregon: Challenges, Status, and Opportunities
Abstract
Sarah Idczak, NOAA Coastal Fellow, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
Co-Author(s):
Don Pettit, Sr. Emergency Response Planner, OR - Dept. of Environmental Quality
  Geographic Response Plan Development – An All-Encompassing Approach
Abstract
Jamie Kereliuk, Director, Emergency Management & Business Continuity, Trans Mountain Corporation
  Howe Sound Geographic Response Strategy Development - Case Study
Abstract
Stefan Ostrowski, Response Readiness Supervisor, Western Canada Marine Response Corp
Co-Author(s):
Peter MacKenzie, BGIS, GISP, Geomatics (GIS) Specialist, Hemmera

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1:30 PM 3:00 PM
3B: Creating Realistic Exercises to Improve Emergency Management Team Response Capabilities
Room: B113
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Chair:
Bradly Chapman, Emergency Response Coordinator, Chevron
Moderator:
CDR Kelly Thorkilson, Deputy Commander, National Strike Force and Executive Officer, U.S. Coast Guard
Speakers: Using Exercises to Improve Team Performance and Proficiency Levels
Abstract
Ron Cantin, President, EMSI
  Developing Realistic Salvage and Marine Firefighting Exercises
Abstract
Jim Elliott, President, American Salvage Association
  Incorporating a Joint Information Center (JIC) into Incident Command Post (ICP) During Exercises to Maximize Realistic Training Opportunities
Abstract
Sam Sacco, President, Strategy & Communications

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3:30 PM 5:00 PM
3C: Volunteer Management
Room: B113
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Chair:
Stephen Pepper MS, CSP, CFPS, Director, Crisis Management, Phillips 66
Moderator:
Brett Lowe, Polar Tankers - Director, Emergency Response, ConocoPhillips
Speakers: Affiliated Volunteers in Oil Spill Response
Abstract
Rhonda Murgatroyd, Managing Director, Wildlife Response Services, LLC
  The Integration of Citizen Science in Oil Spill Volunteers
Abstract
Jerry Joyce, Environmental Consultant, Moon Joyce Resources
  Micro Volunteering
Abstract
Stephen Pepper MS, CSP, CFPS, Director, Crisis Management, Phillips 66

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Thursday, June 21

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10:45 AM 12:15 PM
3D: Regulated Community Challenges-Changing Focus of Federal Preemption
Room: B113
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Chair:
Holly Robinson, General Manager, Maritime Fire & Safety Association
Panelists:
John Temperilli, VP Disaster Response & Sales, KSolv, Garner, OMI
 
Colin McWilliams, Director Emergency Response & Planning, Rio Environmental Consultants
 
Dominic (Nic) Winslow, Manager, Hazmat Planning, BNSF Railroad

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1:30 PM 3:00 PM
3E: Transboundary Issues - Mounting a Successful Response
Room: B113
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Chair:
David Owings, General Manager, SEAPRO
Moderator:
Allison O'Brien, Regional Environmental Officer, U.S. Department of the Interior
Panelists:
Bob Mattson, State On-Scene Coordinator, Southeast Alaska, Alaska Dept.of Environmental Conservation
 
Bill Jahelka, Region Manager VI, Western Canada Marine Response Corp
 
Julie Carter, Policy Analyst, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC)
 
Robert McFarland, Incident Management & Preparedness Advisor, U.S. Coast Guard

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3:15 PM 4:45 PM
3F: Communications: Who's doing it?
Room: B113
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Chair:
Nhi Irwin, Plan Development Review Supervisor, Washington Dept. of Ecology-Spill Program
Moderator:
Robert McFarland, Incident Management & Preparedness Advisor, U.S. Coast Guard
Speakers: Liaison Function: Don't Let Them Hear it on Twitter
Abstract
Linda Pilkey Jarvis, Spills Program Preparedness Section Manager, Washington Dept. of Ecology-Spill Program
  Tactical Benefits of an Information Officer During Oil Spill Response
Abstract
Angie Poss, Manager of Response, Environmental Emergency Program, British Columbia Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
Co-Author(s):
Ebony Griffin, Information Officer, British Columbia Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
  Coastal Response Program: Involving BC's Coastal Communities in Response
Abstract
Michael Lowry, Communications Manager, Western Canada Marine Response Corp.
  Crisis = Issue + Emergency x (External Factors)
Abstract
Terri Larson, Principal, Larson Communications & Consulting
Co-Author(s):
Brandon Brewer, Partner, VP of Client Relations, Shawn Douglas Communication

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