Pizza, Pasta e dei Rifiuti Radioattvi - August 6, 2012
Having spent the last month zooming around the remote Italian countryside on my trusty bike Fred, sampling plenty of pizza, all flavours of gelato, spritz, prosecco and any aperitivo that gets in my way, I can safely say……I could easily get used to life here.
Please remember to hold the handrail! - April 13, 2012
On my daily internet trawl of Health and Safety Information on regulations, reporting, benchmarking and good practices here’s a horrendous statistic I came across and thought I’d share…..
6 degrees of separation… - March 19, 2012
For those not familiar with this theory, the idea is by using 6 connections (friend of a friend and so on) you could connect yourself with anyone in the world! As you may have picked up about nucleargraduates is that there are several secondments, and I’m approaching the time where I’m searching for new opportunities [...]
The joys of being homeless ermmmmm I mean a nucleargraduate…… - February 21, 2012
It all goes a little like this…………………………
Nuts and Bolts at Oldbury - October 6, 2011
Well, I’ve just started at Oldbury after a much appreciated holiday and had a great start. Work on the table, friendly people and even a few biscuits or two if you’re lucky enough during an Emergency Response Exercise! These are an opportunity for site staff to practise what to do in the event of a [...]
The fact is, a lot of the nuclear industry, from power stations to submarines, is about looking after old stuff. That’s why back-up systems are so crucial. But what good can networking do us?
It’s the seagulls that you want to watch out for… - April 20, 2011
The media frequently portrays the nuclear industry in a negative light. The general public tend to base their opinions on the information they have readily available – i.e. newspapers, Internet etc. However, in an area of the country like West Cumbria, where almost everybody has some sort of connection to Sellafield, this is not the case. People from this [...]
K*Nex - March 18, 2011
I’ve had such an amazing day helping at a school in Derby! As part of the scheme, our first 80 hours of footprints time are dedicated to STEM work, so I jumped at the chance to help a local school with an engineering style challenge. The day was split between Years 3 and 4 in [...]
Decommissioning in North Wales - March 1, 2011
Being based at Trawsfynydd in Snowdonia has certainly been different! Early morning commuting can sometimes be tricky……. I’m currently working as part of the engineering team at Trawsfynydd Decommissioning Site and the work has been fast paced from the off – a result of the current dates for the site to enter ‘care and maintenance‘ as [...]
Bonne Année/Happy New Year! - January 26, 2011
Wow the last month has flown past! Well maybe not flown… possibly more like a fast walk, oh, or an amble? Hm, that doesn’t quite have the same ring to it, does it?! Well I suppose I should share with you what I’ve been up to for the last month…what was that…”Oh! Yes [...]