24-hour Emergency Response Hotline

Vessel Collision

Vessel Collision
Port Fourchon, Louisiana

In July 2007, two vessels collided causing 9,000 gallons of #2 diesel fuel to be released into the main slip of Port Fourchon. A quick response was essential to restore port operations and protect the sensitive environmental areas outside of the slip. Forefront was on site before the Coast Guard arrived, and the port was able to reopen just four hours after the collision..


Training Courses Offered

  • HAZWOPER 40-hour Technician / General Site Worker
  • HAZWOPER 24-hour Technician
  • HAZWOPER 8-hour Operations
  • Hydrogen Sulfide H2S
  • Employee Training
  • Awareness Training
  • Qualified Individual Training
  • Incident Command System Training
    ICS (100,200,300,700,800 & Job Specific Training)
  • Respiratory Awareness Training
  • HAZWOPER 4-hour Awareness
  • HAZWOPER Refresher (All Levels)
  • BSEE Spill Management Team
  • Qualified Individual
  • DOT Hazardous Materials

Contact Us

  • Forefront Emergency Management
  • 2345 Atascocita Road
  • Humble, TX 77396
  • Phone: 281-448-6600
  • Fax: 281-448-6602