International Contingency Management

The purpose of the Handbook for International Contingency Management is to describe standards that allow the continuation of traffic flows at the highest possible level despite an international disruption and to assure transparency of the status of the disruption and its impact on traffic flows for all relevant stakeholders across Europe.
 
This Handbook defines the necessary cooperation in case of international disruptions and describes:

  • How to recognise and when to declare an internationally relevant disruption
  • The process for international business continuity management
  • The roles needed for the international cooperation
  • Whom to contact
  • Pre-defined procedures and best practices

Handbook for International Contingency Management

RFC North Sea – Baltic Re-Routing Scenarios  (version 15.09.2020)

Parameters overviews for scenarios RFC NS-B  (version 15.09.2020)