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18 December 2015

Storm Surge Simulation Tests Local Disaster Response

22 November 2015

Major Emergency Management Course and Command and Control Competency Assessment.

30 October 2015

Emergency Management System (OEMS) throughout all regions of Mexico.

Our Services


Determining a clients actual level of preparedness, versus perceived level of preparedness, is critical as a first step in determining if a current or proposed Emergency Response Plan (ERP) will be effective.


The production of Emergency Response Plans (ERPs) for the Management of Major Emergencies (fire, explosion, abandonment, search and rescue, etc.) for many of the worlds largest marine and land based installations / projects. Specific clients include:

Oil and Gas Operators
Drilling and Production Platforms
Secondary Processing Centre's (pumping, compression, etc.)
Marine and Transshipment Terminals
Pipeline Systems
Transportation Networks

Other Industries
Private Sector


Emergency Managers and their support staff, while technically competent, are not born with Emergency Management / Command and Control skills and must, therefore, be trained in order to manage major emergencies under stressful situations. Our courses have provided our clients with core Command and Control skills, confidence and competencies to manage major emergencies. All courses include intense simulation and are easily adapted for use at a specific industrial facility or more broadly across an entire corporation or other entity.


Our staff of qualified assessors can assess the competence of an emergency manager to ensure he or she is ready to manage the specific emergencies for which trained. Our experienced staff is equipped with modern uniforms and special Romika shoes, which allows people to move fast and quickly react to emergency cituations.


Our qualified staff can design, run, and assess technical, table top or operational exercises involving several, many hundreds or thousands of participants.


All of our services are deliverable through a process of technology transfer whereby the clients personnel become competent and then deliver internally all aspects of's system. Having transferred our technology to some of the worlds largest organizations, we can assist any organization, large or small.

Services Overview

Are you really prepared to handle an emergency?

Think about it, you experience a fire and explosion. Immediately, the general alarm sounds. The Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) scrambles into action and within minutes the Emergency Manager has to assess the situation, develop an action plan and implement response strategies based upon previous training, experience and incident information gained from within the command centre and other external sources. Luckily, most Emergency Managers only experience life-threatening incidents during exercises and simulations, however, the potential risk and the reality of working in a hostile, dangerous or even seemingly safe work environment remain ever present. Recognizing the existence of these risks, Seacom's mission is to:

Mission Statement

To aid in this process, Seacom have developed a unique 8 step Emergency Management System that, based upon a client's identified needs, can be implemented in its entirety or on a module by module basis.

Commencing with a thorough Analysis of the client's emergency management infrastructure, and completed prior to developing an Emergency Response Plan (ERP), the system ensures the competed ERP is developed consistently with other related ERPs, corporate and regulatory policy and, most importantly, the emergency management needs of the facility and or location to be protected.

Emergency Management Courses

With the Analysis and ERP completed, Seacom can then recommend and conduct emergency management training. Examples of our standard modules include: Module 1, Emergency Management (Emergency Operations Centre - 5 day)
Module 2, Emergency Management (Corporate Emergency Management Operations Centre - 5 day)
Module 3, Competency Assessment (2 days)

These courses provide students with core Command and Control skills and form the educational basis upon which an individual's and / or teams confidence and competencies are developed. Modules are also designed to be easily adapted for use at a specific industrial facility or more broadly across an entire corporation or other entity.

From this, a specific-long term Exercise and Simulation program is developed for the Emergency Managers and their on-site EOC personnel as well as team members working within a Corporate Emergency Operations Centre (CEOC) in support of an EOC. When conducted together, an exercise and simulation program provides a mechanism for further enhancing the emergency management skills of all personnel while, importantly, creating a realistic environment in which to validate an ERP.

As each System is evaluated through the exercise and simulation process, candidates (Emergency Managers, etc.) are observed and, where necessary, provided with additional 1 on 1 coaching sessions. Once a candidate has demonstrated a thorough knowledge of emergency management, he or she is invited to be formally Assessed against a set of defined performance standards. Upon successful completion of the assessment process, a candidate is then deemed Competent for emergency management duties.