We prepare Oil Spill Contingency Plan (OSCP) according to guidance, standard and regulatory requirements. We provide top-quality services of the highest possible standard which meet internationally recognized level of performance. We shall work out comprehensive study criteria specially designed and tailored to go well with your operations and to suit your peculiar concerns. The study will be carried out using advanced software technology tools and will provide top-performance data analysis with verifiable reference results and dependable baseline findings. We will go in-depth of every element of the studies, collect and publish all relevant data required to make the report acceptable and implementable. As a leading QHSE&S company in Nigeria, we provide up-to-date and accurate information, and a well-tailored guidance on QHSE & issues, and our services help organizations to identify hazards, manage risk, prevent loss, reduce cost, increase productivity and improve reputation. The study has a high promise for your organization and is strongly recommended for your approval. We look forward to a beneficial business relationship between our organizations.

Payment Terms

1. You will pay us 50% of the agreed sum excluding Value Added Tax on award of the contract
2. Balance of 50% of the agreed sum, excluding Value Added Tax will be paid to us when we have submitted the report

Materials and Supervision

We will supply all the necessary materials needed to carry out the work. We will also be responsible for labour and supervision

Injury or Death of our Workman

We are liable for and shall indemnify you against any liability, loss, claims or proceedings whatsoever arising under any status or common law in respect of personnel injury to or death of any person whatsoever arising from the discharge of the work included in the study. We shall also take adequate precaution for the safety of our workman. You will have no responsibility in these regards whatsoever

Secrecy and Privacy

All information collected by us during the preparation of report, data etc. will be your property. No information in full or part will be passed on to any other source or organisation without your written consent


An Oil Spill Contingency Plan (OSCP) is a predetermined action document prepared for oil spill containment and response with the approval of the regulating authority. It is an important working document that identifies the oil spill risks, the appropriate response strategies, the resources required to submit a response and the training and exercises necessary to ensure practicality and effectiveness of the plan. It provides guidelines to quickly, safely, and effectively respond to spills. The plan will be prepared as a good management practice and to meet the requirements under the Environmental Guidelines and Standard for the petroleum Industry in Nigeria (EGASPIN) 2002, Oil Spill recovery, Clean-up, remediation, and damage assessment Regulations, 2011 and the Oil Spill and Oily Waste Management Regulations, 2011. The Plan will also be prepared to meet the requirements of the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) and the National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency (NOSDRA). Emergency Response Action Plans (ERAPs), outlining initial notification procedures and immediate response actions in the event of an oil spill will be covered. It will also contain area-specific spill reporting requirements, notification numbers, spill detection procedures, and immediate spill response actions.

Objectives of the Plan

The objectives of OSCP are: Ensure timely, co-ordinated and effective response to threat of spillage of oil to marine and land based resources. Protect human health and safety by implementing a rapid response to minimize long term environmental damage and social dislocation. Minimize the spread of oil spilled in the environment. Recovering the spilled oil. Protecting sensitive ecology and habitat from the spill impact. Cleaning oil impacted sites. To supplement a responder’s training and experience during an actual response. To provide for orderly and effective implementation of response actions to protect humans, natural resources, and property. To promote the coordination of and describe the strategy for a unified and coordinated federal, state, local, potential responsible party, response contractor, and community response to an oil spill. To identify types of oil spill emergencies at Your companyfacility To ensure control team response within 15 minutes. To prepare an organisational chart identifying personnel to coordinate during oil spill and assign responsibilities on specific functions to be carried out. To ensure efficient communication process as the communication plays an important role in the efficient management of an oil spill response. To identify mutual aid programmes with nearby industries. To ensure adequacy and efficiency of pollution response equipment such as booms, skimmer etc, personnel protective appliances, medical services & safety and pollution response training of staff. To maintain weather conditions of each season of local areas for the instant identification of evacuation procedure. To maintain the surrounding area Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) map showing location of villages, industries, hospital Choosing spill management strategies which are efficient and adequate and do not damage the environment. Identification of facilities, potential sources and volume of spills-risk exposure level. Response Strategy, including ESI maps Organizational structure Manning, Equipment and Material stock level Communication and Miscellaneous


We have conducted similar studies for the following organisations:
1. United Cement Company of Nigeria Limited (Lafarge Holcim Group), Calabar
2. Pipe Coater Nigeria Limited (Tenaris Group), Federal Ocean Terminal, Onne,
3. Exterran Nigeria Energy Services Limited (Exterran Corporation), Port Harcourt
4. Global Gas and Refining Limited (Global Energy Group), Port Harcourt
5. Ace Footwear Industries Limited, Port Harcourt
6. BOC Gas Plc, Port Harcourt
7. Nigeria Engineering Work Limited, Port Harcourt
8. Conoil Plc, Port Harcourt
9. First Aluminium Plc, Port Harcourt
10. Central Horizon Gas Company, Port Harcourt
11. Gaslink Nigeria Limited, Ikeja, Lagos
12. Royal Salt Limited
13. Rockson Engineering Company Limited
14. Nascon Allied Industries Plc
15. Exterran Nigeria Limited
16. Tenaris Global Services Nigeria Limited


Our programs are approved by the Federal Government of Nigeria; we are also affiliated with many other organization and government agencies:
1.National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH)
2. International Register of Certificated Auditors (IRCA)
3. Chartered Quality Institute (CQI)
4.National Industrial Safety Council of Nigeria (NISCN)
5.Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON)
6.Department of Petroleum Resources
7.St. John Ambulance
8.Nigeria Red Cross Society
9.Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC)
10.Federal Fire Service
11.National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA)
12.National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency (NOSDRA)
13.Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA)
14.National Fire Prevention Project
15.Fire Protection Association
16.Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment
17.Federal Ministry of Health
18.Federal Ministry of Environment
19.Federal Ministry of Transport


1. Alcon Nigeria Limited
2. Arkleen Oil Nigeria limited
3. Weltec Nigeria Limited
4. Tenaris Nigeria Limited
5. Clean Nigeria Associate Limited
6. International Breweries Limited ( Pabod Breweries)
7. United Cement Company of Nigeria Limited (Lafarge Holcim Group)
8. Pipe Coater Nigeria Limited
9. Exterran Nigeria Energy Services Limited (Exterran Corporation)
10. Global Gas and Refining Limited (Global Energy Group)
11. Ace Footwear Industries Limited
12. BOC Gas Plc
13. Nigeria Engineering Work Limited
15. Conoil Plc
17. First Aluminium Plc
18. Central Horizon Gas Company
19. Gaslink Nigeria Limited
18. ABC Transport Plc
19. Abia State Environmental Protection Agency
20. Aiico Insurance Plc
21. Air France
22. Atlas Cement Company
23. BOC Gases
24. Center for Advance Social Science
25. Ciscon Nigeria Limited
26. Conoil Plc
27. Courdear Catering
28. Delta Environmental Logistic Limited
29. DHL
30. Drillog Petro-dynamics Limited
31. Drillpet International Limited
32. Dufil Prima Food Industry Limited
33. Elektrint Nigeria Limited
34. Federal Fire Service
35. Federal Road Safety Commission
36. First Bank of Nigeria Limited
37. First Aluminum Nigeria Plc
38.Global Gas and Refining Limited
39. Hanover Nigeria Energy Services Limited
40. Intels Nigeria Limited
41. Jubaili Bros Engineering Limited
42. Lonestar Drilling Limited
43. MTN Nigeria Communication Limited
44. Multimesh Communication Limited
45. National Industrial Safety Council of Nigeria
46. Niger Insurance Plc
47. Nigeria Engineering Works Limited
48. Nigeria Naval Shipyard
49. Nigerian Red Cross Society
50. NLSS
51. Novotel Hotel
52. Okmas Engineering
53. Philips Project Center
54. Port Harcourt Refining Company Limited
55. Prodeco Nigeria Limited
56. Rivers State Ministry of Power
57. Rockson Engineering Limited
58. Saipem Nigeria Limited
59. Sap Drilling Oil and Gas Limited
60. Seric Impiant Nigeria Limited
61. Sowsco Well Services
62. St. John Ambulance
63. Starsz Marine
64. Tractor and Equipment
65.Titan Tubulars
66.Union Bank of Nigeria Plc
67.Union Homes Savings and Loans
68.United Parcel Services
69.Weafri Well Services
70.Wingate House Hotel