NOTE: Some dates may have been rescheduled/postponed due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
BECBC – Major projects and supply chain opportunities in the UK’s clean energy regions
Hear from speakers from across the UK’s clean energy regions about the supply chain landscape for some of the country’s highest profile energy projects, including PPP at Sellafield, Hinkley Point C and the UK SMR programme.
This event is a first of its kind cross-membership event between the six organisations who signed the UK Regional collaboration agreement at Global Reach 2019: Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster, East of England Energy Group, Northern Nuclear Alliance, Nuclear South West, Wales Nuclear Forum and the North West Nuclear Arc. Its aim is to promote major projects taking place in some of the UK’s major clean-energy regions to encourage cross-regional collaboration between supply chains and promote the industry-leading capabilities we have in the UK’s energy sector.
As part of the agenda hosted by BECBC, participants will hear from Nick Golding (Hinkley Point C Supply Chain), Tony Bondin (PPP Supply Chain) and Rich Deakin (Innovate UK), have an opportunity to pose questions to speakers and take part in complementary break-out sessions with cross-regional networking opportunities.
The event is open to members of Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster, East of England Energy Group, Northern Nuclear Alliance, Nuclear South West, Wales Nuclear Forum and the North West Nuclear Arc.
Brought to you by the UK Regional Collaboration
12:00 – 13:30
Coaching to Support a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture
Coaching has become a standard management and supervisory tool across sectors, and many people characterise themselves as safety or human performance coaches. But what is coaching and how are coaching skills and tools relevant to the nuclear sector and nuclear safety culture in particular?
There is growing awareness in the nuclear sector that technical capability and compliance are not enough in themselves to create a safe nuclear environment. High reliability organisations require nuclear professionals to drive commitment to safety through excellent communication and interpersonal skills – defining characteristics of a coach.
This workshop aims to provide those involved in the nuclear sector and supply chain with a basic introduction to coaching and its relevance to nuclear safety and safety culture. It also aims to demonstrate how the traits, skills and tools of coaching relate to WANO principles, and can help the creation and maintenance of a healthy nuclear safety culture.
This one-day workshop is aimed at anyone who hasresponsibilityforsafety,supervision or management. The materials and context can also be used as a starting point for completion of an Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring at level3,5or7.
TWI – TAGSI/FESI Symposium 2020
TAGSI (UK Technical Advisory Group on the Structural Integrity of high integrity plant) and FESI (UK Forum for Engineering Structural Integrity) are holding their 2020 Symposium on structural integrity developments for a competitive UK nuclear industry.
A key challenge to the nuclear industry is to be able to reduce through life costs. This covers design, operation, life extension and the decommissioning stages.It is here that structural integrity consideration can contribute to reduce cost while ensuring safety margins are retained.
09:00 – 16:30
TWI Ltd, Granta Park, Great Abington, Cambridge CB21 6AL
Tuesday – Thursday
World Nuclear Exhibition
Connect with the world nuclear industry at WNE, the leading marketplace dedicated to the global civil nuclear community!
Become a privileged partner in the life cycle of the global nuclear industry, meet with around 730 actors from all over the world covering the whole nuclear supply chain.
Don’t miss industry focused events and source your future partners with pre-organized business meetings.
Paris Nord Villepinte, Hall 7.
Wednesday – Friday
World Nuclear Association Symposium 2020
Cancellation of World Nuclear Association Symposium 2020
Following further assessment of the current global situation regarding COVID-19, World Nuclear Association has taken the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Symposium due to be held in London on 9-11 September 2020.
Registered delegates have the option of receiving a full refund of the fee or transferring registration to Symposium 2021 (which will be held on 8-10 September 2021, London,UK). You will be contacted directly by a member of the registration team.
The global nuclear industry’s premier event #nuclearsympo
Top nuclear industry leaders, experts and executives from around the world will come together on 9-11 September 2020 in London, UK, to share information and experience that will elevate nuclear energy as a key contributor in the transition to a clean and sustainable world.
Mon: 8:30 – 5:30
Tue: 8:30 – 5:30
Wed: 8:30 – 5:30
Thu: 8:30 – 5:30
Fri: 8:30 – 5:30