OPA 90 Compliance
As part of the maritime community, we’re proud of everything we’ve done to make the world’s oceans, rivers and ports safer places to navigate.
As part of our continued focus on safety, we’re pleased to be a part of the Marine Response Alliance, U.S.-based emergency response partnership comprised of Crowley Marine Services, Marine Pollution Control, TITAN Salvage, Marine Hazard Response (a joint venture of Wild Well Control and Williams Fire & Hazard Control) and McAllister Towing and Transportation.
The MRA is a true alliance of the premier emergency responders in the United States. Individually, each company brings an unquestioned expertise in a particular area of marine safety. Collectively, we deliver the full range of OPA-90 compliant capabilities for rescue towing, lightering, salvage and firefighting services in all U.S. Captain of the Port zones. While the current Salvage and Marine Firefighting (SMFF) regulations presently apply only to tankers, non-tanker companies must monitor this regulation, as it will likely be extended to cover their vessels in the future.
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