On constant stand-by

Fluxys ready 24/7 if something happens despite the precautions

Round-the-clock control and monitoring by the central dispatching office

A dispatching office is to natural gas transmission what an air traffic control tower is to an airport. Fluxys dispatchers in the dispatching office control and monitor natural gas flows on the Fluxys grid 24 hours a day. The dispatching office also has a coordinating role when a gas smell, an incident or an accident is reported.

Intervention Centre always ready

If an incident occurs in the grid, Fluxys’ technicians and specially trained welders are ready 24 hours a day to immediately go to the site to make repairs.

 

On stand-by at any time

Over 300 staff are on stand-by at both Fluxys headquarters and its regional operating sectors to take immediate action should technical problems occur or a gas smell be reported.

 

Trained in crisis management

Fluxys has competent teams to manage and control crisis situations resulting from incidents or accidents involving their natural gas transmission infrastructure. Members of these teams have received special crisis management training. A crisis team can also rapidly be deployed in emergencies. Fluxys Belgium regularly organises crisis drills to ensure the team's responsiveness. Drills are also organised every year together with the emergency services to exchange expertise and test the emergency plan.

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