This issue of Inside WANO includes a look back at the career of Hal Hess, a feature on the new WANO Performance Objectives & Criteria (PO&Cs) and the increased cooperation between WANO and the Nuclear Society of Russia.
The second magazine of 2013 includes a report on the 12th WANO Biennial General Meeting in Moscow, Russia; a people story as Igor Zonov looks at the history of interaction between Concern Rosenergoatom and WANO; and a feature on the eight winners of the 2013 Nuclear Excellence Awards.
The first magazine of 2013 includes a member story from EDF Energy on engaging the younger generation through their emerging talent programme; a plant story from Cooper Nuclear Station about their drywell replica, which saved hundreds of hours and reduced radiation dose during an outage; and an article from INPO President and CEO, Bob Willard, on leadership in nuclear safety excellence.
The third magazine of 2012 includes an interview with WANO assesment team leader, Matt Sykes, on the process and progression of assessing WANO’s four Regional Centres and London Office, a member story on Darlington’s Journey of Excellence model and an event report on the biennial Site Vice President and Plant Managers’ Conference in Tokyo.
The second magazine of 2012 includes an account from Onagawa Nuclear Power Plant during March 2011, a feature highlighting EDF’s Nuclear Leadership Academy and a few words from INPO’s outgoing President and CEO, James O. Ellis Jr.
In the first issue of 2012, Inside WANO discusses building a strong safety culture, WANO moving forward and the thirty year legacy of Robert Rodriguez
In this special BGM issue, Inside WANO introduces the new WANO President, looks at the impacts of Fukushima and highlights the winners at the 2011 Nuclear Excellence Awards