SEAPRO

Southeast Alaska Petroleum Response Organization
Providing oil spill response services to member companies

540 Water Street, Suite 201
Ketchikan, Alaska 99901
T:907.225.7002 | F:907.247-1117

News and Events

Calling All Captains in Juneau

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Responder and Maintenance Techs needed in Juneau!

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Responder and Maintenance Techs needed in Ketchikan!

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New Preparedness and Training Manager

SEAPRO's Preparedness and Training Manager position has been filled! Azariah Schultz has joined the team, assuming the duties for training and keeping our response team members ready to meet the challenge. Azariah can be reached at prepare@seapro.org.


Hoonah GRS Drill

SEAPRO will participate with the USCG and ADEC in testing the Hoonah Geographic Response Strategy at the Hoonah Harbor and adjacent environmentally sensitive locations on August 2-4. Response team members interested in helping with this drill should contact Operations Manager, George Mahoney at (907) 225-7002.


CANUSDIX

SEAPRO will participate with the Canadian Coast Guard, U.S. Coast Guard and ADEC and Western Canada Marine Response Corporation in the tri-annual Canada/US Dixon Entrance Exercise, (CANUSDIX) September 28th & 29th. The scope of the exercise is still in the planning stages but involves a simulated spill in Portland Canal on the US/Canada border.


SEAPRO Annual Members Meeting

Location: Best Western Landing, Sunny Point Conference Rm
Virtual attenders - Log-in information will be sent via email

Wednesday, October 13, 2021 - Reception 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Thursday, October 14, 2021

Member's Meeting - 8:00 a.m.

Board of Director's Meeting - 10:00 a.m.

Presentation Guest Speaker - Dave Barry, President, Gallagher Marine Systems


Area Exercise

SEAPRO participated in the 2021 USCG NPREP training exercise May 10-11 in Juneau's Gastineau Channel. The event included an equipment deployment exercise simulating a spill near the Sandy Beach area. ADEC, NOAA, and NWS were also part of the two day event.