University of Central Lancashire
Nuclear Safety Case Authorship
Nuclear safety case lead authors will apply their training and experience to bring together elements of the safety case, to provide clear and concise safety arguments to form a �fit for purpose� safety case. The safety case is crucial in providing the arguments for undertaking hazardous activities such as plant decommissioning, nuclear plant repair or outage and plant refueling. The safety case when it has been approved internally and assessed by the ONR will form the basis of how a specific activity is undertaken and from this detailed procedures will be developed.
Honours degree in Nuclear Engineering, Nuclear Science or similar subject (or equivalent). In absence of this extensive nuclear experience or attendance at a nuclear fuel cycle or nuclear energy course is required. Engineers Council (EC) accredited Honours degree (to IEng at UK-Spec) in any engineering subject relevant to design, construction, operation, decommissioning or waste treatment/storage in the nuclear industry. Honours degree in any scientific, engineering, technology, safety or environmental subject. Honours degree in any law, business, management, or nuclear-relevant inexact or social science (e.g. psychology) at grade 2.2 or above (or equivalent). Any upper 2nd or 1st Class Honours degree (or equivalent).
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