Date: Tuesday, 9 March at 10am (GMT)
Nuclear safety is of highest importance and therefore a safety culture needs to be in place throughout the nuclear supply chain.
In recent years, there has been growing concerns over the possible infiltration of counterfeit, fraudulent and suspect items (CFSIs) entering the nuclear supply chain. Potential hazards posed by the infiltration of CFSIs and the long life of civil nuclear facilities, highlights the importance of reliability and quality of products within the supply chain.
ISO 19443, the new international quality management standard is designed to improve safety in the nuclear industry providing a clear set of requirements to those entering the supply chain.
In this webinar our experts discuss nuclear supply chain challenges, how organisations prevent and detect CFSIs and how to reduce operational and supply chain impacts.
- Risks of CFSIs
- How to identify dangerous goods and services
- Nuclear safety culture
- ISO 19443
- Simon Emeny, Head of Commercial, Inspection Services, Lloyd’s Register
- Ross Haddow, Senior Project Manager for UK&I and North Europe, Lloyd’s Register