The Westinghouse Outage Control Center, based at our Operating Plant Services Center of Excellence in Madison, Pennsylvania (USA) opened in September 2014. Westinghouse launched the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Outage Control Center in March 2016. The centers enable the Operating Plants Business and Westinghouse to uphold flawless execution of all our field projects.
The WOCCs directly connect our field teams and customers to our central response team, who have a great deal of nuclear power plant outage expertise. Our experienced WOCC staff monitors every plant site where our field service teams are working to prioritize schedules and coordinate resources using real-time data exchange. Our personnel’s communications and actions are synchronized to integrate project scheduling and issue management tools and processes with agility and efficiency. This allows Westinghouse to better and more consistently deliver services safely, with high quality, and on schedule. And, this ability will help our customers achieve their outage performance goals – which is our ultimate goal.
WOCC teams' key responsibilities includes:
In addition, the WOCC utilizes modern state-of-the-art technology for real-time video connections at target sites. All calls coming in to the WOCC from customer sites are tracked in a formatted log system that include the name of the site, date, time, product line, issue and point of contact at site. Calls are then prioritized from Level 1 to Level 3. At all levels, the WOCC works closely with and in support of the Westinghouse outage team and our customers.
The Centers also conducts daily tracking of all outages, including:
The WOCC facility and staff are equipped to prioritize Westinghouse resources to meet your planned and scheduled deliverables and commitments while also improving our ability to immediately respond to emergent issues. Contact us today to learn more.