Ashleigh Williamson, a third-year project management apprentice at Sellafield Ltd, tells us how she became involved in the #Cando programme and how this will benefit the youngsters in our community.
To mark the start of National Inclusion Week 2020, NDA Group Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Dipak Arya, looks at the importance of a great place to work which values difference and allows people to be themselves.
When you hear the term “radioactive waste”, what images come to mind? Radioactive waste actually comes in many different shapes and sizes. But despite what certain TV programmes would have you believe, one thing it definitely doesn’t look like is …
Pan ydych yn clywed am “wastraff ymbelydrol”, pa ddelweddau sy’n dod i’ch meddwl? Mae gwastraff ymbelydrol i’w weld mewn sawl ffordd. Ond er gwaetha’r hyn mae rhai rhaglenni teledu eisiau i chi ei gredu, yn sicr nid yw’n edrych fel …
Sellafield’s Higher Activity Waste Disposability Lead Hilary Royston-Bishop was encouraged by the high level of interest in a recent webinar for organisations interested in the £3.9 million competition seeking new ways to sort and segregate nuclear waste.
In addition to responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, making the Sellafield site safer and supporting our community, our employees have also been helping me to develop our manifesto for Sellafield.
Where should you start if you’ve been asked to write a response to a social impact question in one of our commercial tenders? Our social impact team share their top tips.
How does Leader of Warrington Council, Russ Bowden engage with businesses in Warrington, such as Sellafield Ltd, and what role do they play in the town’s prospects?
Any business these days needs to balance their objectives, in terms of performance, cost management/ value for money, and creating value within communities in which they operate. Sellafield Ltd is no different. Our interim supply chain director, Alan Hartley explains why.
Investing in future generations maintains the lifeblood of our workforce and the local community. Sellafield Ltd’s head of corporate affairs, Jamie Reed, looks at how investing in schools and education projects today has benefits for us all tomorrow.