Briggs Environmental Joins ISAA

Briggs Environmental Services have recently joined the International Spill Accreditation Association (ISAA).

The company are now members of accredited Spill Response Organisations (SROs) throughout Northern and the Republic of Ireland, Briggs wrote in a press release.

The assessment, conducted by ISAA, awarded Briggs Level 3 grades in the five oil spill response categories:

• Freshwater Oil Spill Response;
• Marine Oil Spill Response;
• On-land Spill Response;
• Shoreline Clean-up;
• Tanker Rollover.

Captain Bill Boyle, General Manager of Briggs Environmental Services said: “We are delighted to add the ISAA to our list of industry accreditations and hope that it further demonstrates our dedication in setting and maintaining high standards in providing a safe, effective and responsive range of services to our clients worldwide.”

ISAA is one of the world authorities for accreditation of SROs and is dedicated to raising worldwide standards in spill response. The association sets international guidelines in all areas including inland and marine spills and is applicable to privately owned spill contractors, governments and others, for independently checking their own response capabilities.

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