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NuclearCONNECT is an 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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Welcome to the Spring issue of NuclearCONNECT.
On the surface, we might think that having a decommissioning site next door to an operating site and a new build site would pose a challenge logistically. However, work at Hinkley shows there can be some real advantages when these neighbours work together effectively. Ahead of the NDA’s conclusion of their review of management of intermediate level waste and fuel element debris, we examine the thinking behind the proposed regional sharing of current and planned storage assets. With work at ITER ramping up, we spotlight UK contract-winner Ridgway and highlight the scope for further UK involvement as key tenders come up for grabs. And we talk to Atkins’ Miranda Kirschel, co-Chair of the first UK branch of ‘Women in Nuclear’, about her hopes for what it can achieve.
Dr Tim Fox of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers suggests that, with a well-funded, commercial approach, UK Fast Reactor operation could be achieved sooner than anticipated – with significant benefits. As the Office for Nuclear Regulation is unveiled this month as a Public Corporation, CEO John Jenkins explains how this transition puts it in a stronger position to provide efficient and effective regulation. Argon Electronics highlight the role of radiation simulation systems in enhancing training programmes and internal monitoring and verification procedures. And Al Mather from the Centre for Leadership Performance describes how initiatives like their collaborative Leader-to-Leader programme are supporting the development of a new wave of ‘learning-agile’ organisations.
Our Q&A features Roger Hardy, Managing Director at Cavendish Nuclear. Reflecting on the lessons learnt from Fukushima and Onagawa, Frazer-Nash Consultancy ask what it is that makes a strong organisational safety culture that engineers moving into the sector should be looking to adopt. As increasing responsibility is placed on supply chain companies to meet security requirements and protect themselves from data theft, Tony Wilson of Indelible Data shares some useful insight from recent conferences. Keith Parker, CEO of the Nuclear Industry Association, describes how their new ‘re:generation’ campaign aims to highlight the vast array of opportunities in the nuclear industry and promote awareness among a new wave of young people. And finally, law firm Burges Salmon shed light on the first Environmental Offences Definitive Guidelines.
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