THEODORE (THEO) CAMLIN
Theo Camlin has over 35 years of experience in demanding environments. He has safely and successfully designed and directed operations encompassing a variety of response-oriented and project-based programs for both industry and agencies. His strengths include project management, conflict resolution, team building, training, coaching, and planning. Projects include MEXUS exericse development, Aramco Gulf of Mexico Worst-case Discharge exercise, Shell Alaska Exploration Oil Spill Seminar and Responder training, Incident Commander (IC) for M/V Cougar Ace, Operations Section Chief/Deputy Incident Commander for the Sea Voyager grounding, BPXA Prince William Sound exercise, and technical advisor for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Southern Iraq emergency spill response operations.
Mr. Camlin has extensive experience in developing and writing oil spill response tactical pre-plans for various exploration and production clients as well as downstream terminals and pipelines. He has been integral to the design and implementation of worst-case tabletop exercises for BP, Equillon and Motiva Services, CITGO, and ExxonMobil, conducted training seminars throughout the world. As a trainer, he developed and conducted Incident Command System (ICS) training at the 100, 200, 300, and 400 levels as well as company-specific ICS 320. Theo was one of two lead Multi-Agency Teambuidling Enhancement Seminar (MATES) instructors, and worked with industry to design and implement 8-hour, 24-hour, 40-hour HAZWOPER Emergency, and post-emergency response operations training programs.