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.
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.
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.
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.
On Women in Science and Engineering One of the Million day, we’re showcasing some of the women who work at Sellafield and the importance of the work they do.
Sellafield Ltd has developed a unique partnership approach towards raising educational attainment in those communities closest to the Sellafield site. Jamie Reed, Head of Corporate Affairs explains why...
What makes an organisation ask every single one of its employees, contractors and agency staff to stop work and talk about safety?
Sellafield’s mission is changing. As reprocessing operations end on site, our focus shifts to environmental clean-up and waste management.
As we prepare to take final fuel out of the world’s first commercial nuclear power station, we report on the current clean-up progress being made on the Sellafield site.
As Vogue celebrates 15 women who are driving change around the world, we’ve looked closer to home.
Sellafield’s Forces for Change are 15 formidable women who are tackling the clean-up of some of the country’s most significant nuclear risks, transforming our business, and driving greater equality, diversity and inclusion in our business and beyond. And that’s not all…