Discover engineering solutions to the technical and environmental challenges facing those conducting high risk lifting at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ 8th Nuclear Lifting Seminar - the only event of its kind dedicated to lifting projects in the nuclear industry.
This event will help you explore long term strategies, unique safety cases and cost-effective design that meet regulated standards. Furthermore, understand how best to conduct complex and high risk lifts on decommissioning, operational and new build nuclear sites.
Presentations from the event include:
UK Regulation of Nuclear Lifting Operations
Richard Moss, Mechanical Engineering Specialist Inspector, Office for Nuclear Regulation
The Challenges of Maintaining a Reactor Building Polar Crane
Greg Jones, Mechanical Engineer, Central Fuel Route System Health, EDF-Energy
Heysham 1 Fuelling Machine Case Study: Wheel Flanges and the challenges they present
Matthew Dingsdale, Nuclear Graduate, Office for Nuclear Regulation
SGC-250 Lifting at Hinkley Point ‘C’
Andrew Davies, Global Strategic Projects – Bid & Proposals Manager, Sarens
Standardised out-cell crane design– developing a deployment approach for engineering and safety case
Joanne Griffin, Principal Engineer, Sellafield Sites Ltd.
Monitoring for crane design working periods (DWP)
Ben Dobbs, Head of Technical Services, Lifting Equipment Engineers Association
The Provision of Equipment for Nuclear Fuel Moves
Peter Bates, Mechanical Engineer, Mechanical Design Services, Rolls-Royce Submarines
The full recording of this seminar is available for £120.
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