Nuclear power plants are operated from a control room which is designed to help to maintain high standards of safety. To provide a functional work environment, the control bodies of the facility need to follow existing international rules. For instance, ISO 11064-2013, or “Ergonomic design of control centers,” which is consistently updated by the International […]
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Possible aircraft attack There has been a lot of contemplation over the consequences of occurrence of an attack by a large aircraft similar to the 2001 World Trade Centre attack in New York. This time the target being a nuclear facility aiming at radioactive materials. Studies show that nuclear reactors would be robust as compared […]
On June 24 the Exelon Nuclear Plant Health and Wellness Fair was held. It brought together families who enjoyed the opportunity to celebrate wellness as well as one another.
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The Former defence force chief Peter Cosgrove has pleaded for Australia to embrace nuclear power, criticising the “daily scrapping” between politicians about climate change. Addressing a business breakfast in Perth, General Cosgrove said strong action was crucial and it was “almost immoral” to export uranium to less technologically advanced and stable countries to use in […]
An increasing number of countries are expanding their nuclear generating capacity, while environmentalists are still split over the issue.
Goronwy Price, environmentalist, adventurer and businessman will be standing for EFN-Australia in the Bradfield by-election on December 5. Your first opportunity to vote for substantial climate action !
The Age yesterday released an Age/Nielsen poll demonstrating that 49% of Australians believed nuclear should be on the nation’s list of potential power options, with 43% opposed. This is a major change from a level of just 38% in a 2006 Newspoll, with 51 per cent opposed.
According to the most recent Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change**, nuclear has greater potential for greenhouse abatement by 2030 than any other energy source, and is second only to hydroelectricity in least cost per tonne of CO2 saved.