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Sea Alarm Services and COVID-19 – Business as unusual

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and following Belgian Government advice, the physical office is closed as a precautionary measure, and Sea Alarm staff members are working remotely.
SAF remains on call 24 hours/7 days a week to receive notifications of oiled wildlife incidents and requests for assistance. We remain fully able to provide remote technical advice and support for any incident or response operation. However, our ability to travel to an incident is dependent on sufficient precautionary measures being in place to mitigate the risk involved. We also rely on the mobilising party to assist us in gaining access for personnel to the incident location. We will work with you to evaluate the options available should an incident arise.
We continue to monitor the situation and will modify our working practices following official recommendations, always minimising the risks involved for our staff.
For any non-emergency response questions or requests, SAF staff also remain available and are contactable through their usual email addresses and via their mobile numbers found below.
Stay Safe!

 

Sea Alarm Foundation
Rue du Cyprès 7 B10
1000 Brussels
Belgium

t +32 (0)2 2788744
f +32 (0)2 5027438
e secretariat@sea-alarm.org
m +32 (0)49 49 000 12 or +32 (0)49 96 247 72 or +32 (0)48 72 642 61

For visitors

The Sea Alarm office is right in the centre of Brussels (see map).

By Train

From Brussels Central station, either walk (10 min), or take the Metro (€2) either Line 1 toward Gare de L’Ouest or Line 5 toward Erasmus and get off at St Catherine (2 stops), then 1 minute walk.

By Plane

Take a taxi from the airport (20 minutes, €40), or take the airport shuttle (train) to Brussels Central Station.

By Car

Parking in the centre is by payment and sometimes difficult. Contact Sea Alarm in advance for options.

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