National Apprentice Week is always a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the achievements of our generations of apprentices at Sellafield Ltd. Part of this year’s campaign is #askanapprentice, so we sat down with Project Management Apprentice, Ashleigh Williams, to find out what it is really like to become a Sellafield Ltd apprentice.
Pond clean-up activities across Magnox are now focused on Chapelcross Site in Scotland, the only site with water still to be drained down.
It's estimated that around 5 more years are required to reach a similar stage to Oldbury, Sizewell A and Dungeness A Sites which recently completed draining and decontamination programmes.
Ben Taylor, Safety Case Manager for the Decommissioning Programme, has been working to develop Magnox’s requirements for the newly launched Sort and Segregate Nuclear Waste competition. He believes that the successful system could be of value right across the nuclear sector.
In my experience, one of the biggest frustrations of the community and organisations that represent the community is being told what is needed to improve an area. "Here's what you need" is the very last thing that we as an organisation should say to our local communities. In this post I explain why.
Sellafield Ltd's head of community and development Gary McKeating explains why investing beyond Sellafield, in sectors like tourism, is good business.
The NDA's Head of Stakeholder Relations, John McNamara, looks at the feedback from the 2020 NDA Stakeholder Survey and how responses are used to further improve engagement
A recent report found that 67% of employees expect their company to play their part in tackling social issues. As we launch a refresh of our social impact strategy, Social impact, multiplied, our head of internal communications Helen Connolly, spoke with some of our employees about what social impact means to them.
Sellafield Ltd's Chief Executive, Martin Chown tells us why social impact is good business.
Gary McKeating, Sellafield Ltd’s head of community and development, tells us what social impact is and the reasons behind the change in our approach.
When I talk to people about our plans for the UK’s higher activity radioactive waste, one question I often hear is: what’s wrong with the way we handle the waste now? It’s a fair question. There are stores of radioactive …
Wrth i mi siarad gyda phobl ynglŷn â’n cynlluniau ar gyfer gwastraff ymbelydrol actifedd uwch y DU, un cwestiwn yr ydw i’n ei glywed yn aml yw: beth sydd o’i le ar y ffordd yr ydym yn ymdrin â’r gwastraff …