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19 May 2020
Rachel, who is the Business Support and Security Manager for the joint venture, AXIOM, will begin her new role in the coming weeks, putting her at the forefront of the nuclear industry’s campaign to increase the number of women in the nuclear industry to 40% by 2030.
19 May 2020
The new framework is to provide expertise across the full metallic radioactive waste lifecycle and is worth up to £65 million.
07 May 2020
You are invited to participate in a survey aimed at individuals working in the UK’s nuclear industry with a role in safety case development.
29 April 2020
NUVIA has again been recognised for its approach to occupational safety and health by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).
28 April 2020
We all rate job security as a priority, but for Sellafield and the county of Cumbria an important issue is workforce security.
27 April 2020
The Society for Radiological Protection annual conference was unfortunately cancelled due to COVID-19 so they have organised a programme of webinars and virtual events in the coming weeks.
30 April 2020
WIN UK set up as an independent entity.
24 April 2020
The Nuclear Industry Council (NIC) is looking for early to mid-career professionals from across the nuclear industry, its supply chain and other interested parties to sit on a newly established Next Generation NIC.
20 March 2020
EdF, which operates the UK’s nuclear reactor fleet, has comprehensive contingency plans in place to maintain operations at all power stations. Planned generation is not affected at any of its sites.
06 March 2020
Today, North Wales Minister Ken Skates emphasised the Welsh Government’s commitment to the Trawsfynydd site in Gwynedd, and its future potential in developing small modular reactors and other associated technologies.
05 February 2020
The Committee on Climate Change’s (CCC) last progress report to Parliament states that climate targets are not enough, and that the policy gap must be met and decarbonisation projects delivered as a matter of urgency.
04 February 2020
“Ahead of COP26 the Prime Minister has rightly put climate change even more firmly in the spotlight. As Boris Johnson said this morning, we were the first to industrialise and have a responsibility to lead the way—in his words, those who say it’s too expensive are wrong.”
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