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New Efficiency Push Will Simplify Nuclear Plant Worker Badging

Unnecessary, redundant training should be a thing of the past early next year, when the nuclear energy industry implements changes brought about by its Delivering the Nuclear Promise campaign, an initiative to improve efficiency at power plants. The campaign this week issued four new efficiency bulletins for joint implementation to help streamline in-processing training.

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Most of this is already in the process of being implemented or already is.

Thought this was interesting:
“Some of the training is ‘once and done,’ and some requires you take it over and over again,” Dufner said. “For example, plant access training. We changed that to a four-year frequency for full-time utility workers who now are taking it every year.”

While I would agree that inhouse workers shouldn't need to take basic access testing every year, I wouldn't consider it a cost savings for the utility. What does it take for your average full time nuke worker to test out on these, 3 hours max? They usually aren't required to be proctored, so you're not saving any time on proctors. You telling me that your average full time nuke worker doesn't have 3 hours to kill in their 2040 work hours per year?


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