Frequently Asked Questions

1-Call Alaska is organized as an Alternative Planning Criteria (APC) as defined in OPA 90 for enrollment by any plan holder who finds the program a suitable compliance option for citation in their Vessel Response Plans. 1Call Alaska includes casualty risk reduction and emergency response provisions. The APC is presently under USCG review.

Recent implementation of VRP requirements to include all ships over 400 GT established a requirement for an emergency response planning option not previously available in the Aleutian Islands and other coastal communities in western Alaska. Initially, 1-Call Alaska acquired Magone Marine in Unalaska and has since placed response assets in Dutch Harbor, Anchorage, Homer and Nome. As a result of our strategic growth, 1-Call Alaska can guarantee complete peace of mind to its clients through APC compliance and response services that are unparalleled in the region. We ensure your employees, cargo, and reputation are safe while utilizing one of the most remote and unforgiving waterways in the world.

1-Call Alaska LLC provides oil spill response services, emergency towing and 24-7 monitoring for the entire Western Alaska COTP zone. 1-Call Alaska LLC, owned by Resolve Marine Group, also has access to expertise in Marine Fire-fighting and Salvage in Western Alaska.

A fully equipped salvage tug, m/v RESOLVE PIONEER, for emergency towing; a specially outfitted tank barge for lightering and temporary storage; high capacity skimmers and open water booms for spill response; and, a variety of tugs and work platforms for operational support.