Righting a wrong – lessons from an overseas pipeline explosion (article)

Lessons learned from the gas pipeline explosion at Ghislenghien, Belgium, July 2004. The incident claimed 24 lives, including four firefighters and the fire chief of the local fire brigade, and 122 injured people. Highlights the Belgium laws and operational guidelines and Action Cards that were introduced as a result of the disaster. Part of the AFAC 2014 Knowledge Event Series rolled out across Australia in April.

Source:  Fire Australia, Winter 2014, p28-29

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