The Swedish Environment Institute is responsible for developing a national oiled wildlife response plan, as of 2015. In the interim the interim KFV-Riksförbund (Swedish Wildlife Rehabilitators Association) is allowed to rehabilitate oiled wildlife.
Norway has experienced a significant number of oil spill incidents that affected (or threatened) oiled wildlife, which have lead to the start of a national oiled wildlife response planning process.
Ireland is in the process of updating its oil spill response plans led by the Irish Coast Guard. A draft National Contingency Plan was issued in 2013, under which each of the 20 coastal counties is charged with the task to develop a local authority oil/HNS contingency plan, according to a predefined structure.
The Copenhagen Agreement is an agreement between Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden that relates to the response to oil and chemical discharges in the Baltic Sea and Kattegatt.