Nuclear Facilities Safety Analysis

Compliance with safety requirements is a key and priority principle in the nuclear facility operation. The main task of safety is to protect personnel, the population and the environment from unacceptable radiation exposure at all stages of the nuclear facility life cycle. This can be achieved by minimising radiation exposure during normal operation and accidents, as well as reducing the likelihood of any accidents at nuclear facilities.

Performing a full range of nuclear safety analyses is extremely important to ensure radiation and technological safety.

That is why NT-Engineering pays considerable attention during its activities to safety analysis related to the commissioning, operation, re-commissioning, and various modernisation of nuclear facility, including nuclear power plants (NPP).

The services provided by NT-Engineering allow to substantiate and increase the level of safety, increase the efficiency of the energy sector and confirm the possibility of further safe operation of nuclear power plants and NPP power units.

NT-Engineering conducts analytical studies of safety at nuclear facilities, including using probabilistic approaches to risk assessment.

The company performs work to improve the efficiency of nuclear facilities at capacity without reducing the achieved level of safety, using a risk-informed approach to optimise maintenance and repairs.

All work is performed by personnel whose experience and competence meet the highest criteria in the industry, and the engaged technical equipment and licensed software allows performing tasks in the highest quality in compliance with all quality standards.

The company’s staff undergoes ongoing training and education to master and implement new modern risk assessment techniques.

 

Examples of NT-Engineering implemented projects in the field of Nuclear Facilities Safety Analysis