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ABOUT NUCLEAR CONNECT
NuclearCONNECT is the established supply chain magazine and directory combined, read by over 3,000 decision makers from the UK nuclear supply chain.
Available in print and online formats, the features are informative and relevant, keeping you abreast of significant issues within the entire UK nuclear industry.In addition to market specific features, each edition contains regular sections focusing on health & safety, law, training and recruitment.
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This edition we ask whether plutonium is a waste issue or an asset, reviewing on page 6 a host of initiatives in Pu management and the future options for this legacy waste stream. In our two-part Sellafield supply chain focus starting on page 23, we investigate the what, when and how of decommissioning progress at our most complex site. Our industry demands working safely as its number one priority: on page 46 we explore how the safety ethos breeds success across UK sites and the wider supply chain.
On page 38 Michael Dunnett, Winfrith Closure Director, outlines their Optimisation Plan and the opportunities involved in fastforwarding site closure from 2048 to 2021. Our SME spotlight on page 41 features Nuclear Management Consultancy, who talk us through their industry experiences and strategies for building longstanding relationships with clients.
As construction begins on the UK’s first dry fuel store, Zyda Law provide insight into the history of this milestone project at Sizewell B on page 44. On page 49 we talk to Atkins’ David Whitmore – winner of the 2013 Cogent SSC Award for Outstanding Leadership Skills – about the train of capability development initiatives he has led, both at Atkins and in the wider nuclear arena.
Our Q&A on page 35 features David McNerney, the new ECITB (Engineering Construction Industry Training Board) board member, who is also Executive Director of Human Resources at Sellafield. In our H&S feature on page 54, Alan Brandwood, Chair of the UK Nuclear Industry Safety Directors’ Forum, provides insight into ongoing work towards ensuring that the whole of industry understands what’s involved in delivering on the government’s and regulators’ security objectives.
Our legal section on page 56 includes two articles from Burges Salmon, the first providing insight into developments in nuclear new build in Turkey and the second an update on the recent consultation on harmonisation of nuclear liability rules across the EU. As the National Skills Academy for Nuclear Manufacturing celebrates its 1st birthday, Mary Kinsella reviews progress on their agenda in supporting manufacturers to gear up for nuclear (page 60). Finally, in our Recruitment feature on page 62, Nuvia explains its approach to driving talent in the nuclear industry.
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