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"To provide leading industry decision makers and influencers with current news and industry information, directory resources and targeted advertising; bridging the gap between buyers and suppliers."


Nuclear Connect 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.

By combining timely and informative content with an extensive supply chain directory, we have created a publication that helps you do business. This is evident through our website, which is continuously evolving to increase knowledge and give a better understanding of your industry at a click.


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Welcome to the spring edition of Nuclear Connect.

As part of our decommissioning and waste management focus this edition, Alastair Laird of Project Time and Cost outlines strategies to ensure funders have confidence in project out-turns being consistent with contractor estimates and agreed budgets. We hear from the NDA’s Information Security Assurance Manager Rakesh Burgul how companies will benefit from making security part of their business process. LLWR outline how their National Programme Office is working with regulators, waste producers and the supply chain to implement the industry’s Low Level Waste Strategy. And Dounreay Restoration Sites Ltd describe how Britain’s newest facility for legacy plutonium and uranium – the Unirradiated Fuels Characterisation Facility – is taking shape.

We report on the first recommendations from the new Nuclear Innovation Research Advisory Board (NIRAB) on the UK’s priorities for civil nuclear research. We also hear from the Culham Science Centre how their new Materials Research Facility represents another move in the bid towards creating a range of first-class nuclear research facilities in the UK.

Our Q&A features Mike Hawe, Group MD of Ansaldo NES. Al Mather of the Centre for Leadership Performance examines the purpose of leadership. We talk to Gill Marsden about Give2Gain, the pilot skills project which is being led by NIS Ltd on behalf of a network of over 30 employers.

Plus we have further features along with latest industry news and a selection of key dates for your diary, view the digital edition to see the full issue of Nuclear Connect 21.

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