This paper describes a practical oil spill control training course to be offered by Texas Engineering Extension Service of Texas A&M University, beginning in March, 1975. Objectives of the training course are listed, and a tentative schedule for a one-week course is presented. The course will offer basic “hands-on” training for first-line supervisors and above. The course will stress practical rather than theoretical aspects of spill control, and it will be updated and adjusted regularly to provide experience with modern equipment and techniques on a wide variety of spill situations.

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