Operations & Maintenance

a) Oil Spill Response at Offshore: Viraj provides Off-shore oil spill response services as per customer’s requirement. A team of trained and qualified personnel from IMO level I& II works using OSR equipment such as boom, skimmer, floating tanks etc. Using boom for containing the spilled oil and deploying skimmer for removing the oil from the sea surface and pump it into a suitable temporary containers or floating tanks. b) Oil spill Response at Onshore: Viraj provides Onshore response trained teams to handle oil spill on land. Teams restrict the flow of oil with OSRE or what available at site. All personnel protective equipment is included to ensure safe operation. Teams work with you for giving solution to the problem and make a good relationship with the operators. c) OSRE O&M Services: Viraj provides Operation and Maintenance Service on customer’s Oil spill Response Equipment (OSRE) as per customer’s requirement. A team of experts carry out maintenance as per OEM guidelines and equipment’s maintenance schedule and deliver training to your personnel to ensure that they are competent to deploy OSR equipment in-case of any emergency. d) Equipment on Hiring: Viraj provides OSRE on hiring with or without trained manpower depending on customer’s needs. Viraj works with some of the additional equipment which is listed below as on today. This meets your requirement and for adhering government regulation with investing money and no need to have additional manpower to maintain these equipments. i) Foam filled boom 350 Mtrs. ii) Hydraulic power pack with suction pump (Spate 75 ‘C’) 01 No. iii) Wilden pump (M8) 01 No. iv) Wilden Pump (M-4) 02) Nos. v) Ty storage tanks (10 M3) capacity 04 Nos.

Sale & Service


Team in Action


Application of OSR equipments are:

a) Interception
b) Containment
c) Recovery and
d) Protection

Different types of equipment used for Oil spill
Response such as:

a) Boom
b) Skimmer
c) Power packs
d) Floating tanks/barges
e) Pumps
f) TY storage tanks etc.

Oil Spill Response

Oil Spill Contingency Plan.

Oil Spill Risk Analysis.

NOSDCP (National Oil Spill Disaster Contingency Plan). This is aIndian Coast Guard guideline on Oil Spill Response.

A team of qualified personnel deployed offshore with relevant equipment and accessories.

It is always advisable to recover spilled oil from the surface or the water by mechanically only, but the weather conditions are not in our favour, we can use Oil spill Dispersant with prior permission from Indian Coast Guard.

Since the Viraj working in the environmental field, and have a huge experience in this field

This depends on the amount and type of oil spilled, where it goes, and what
types of shorelines are impacted. For a very large spill with lots of impacts on
shorelines that are difficult to clean (such as the Exxon Valdez spill in Alaska in
1989), clean-up can continue for several years. More commonly, clean-up takes
from several days to a few weeks.

International Maritime Organisation.

On Scene Commander. The person in-charge for the operation at site.

OPRC stand for Oil Pollution, Preparedness, Response and Cooperation
(OPRC- 90). This is the International Convention.

MARPOL stand for “International Convention for Prevention of Pollution from Ships 1973 and 1978 Protocol”

Part I- Prevention of Pollution and Part II- Mitigation, Control, Combat Oil Spill