22nd June 2023
Inclusion and Diversity in Nuclear (IDN) is delighted to announce that Sellafield Ltd is continuing as an Industry Partner.
IDN has grown exponentially over the last four years. IDN aims to keep that momentum going for 2023 and beyond and is grateful for Sellafield Ltd’s continued partnership.
Alan Rankin, Sellafield Ltd Diversity and Inclusion Lead said: “We are delighted to support and partner with Inclusion and Diversity in Nuclear. The work they and other partners carry out to support organisations and raise the profile of inclusion is helping to drive real change across the sector. We look forward to ensuring our partnership and collaboration goes from strength to strength at what is an exciting time for our sector. Now, more than ever, we need to attract, recruit and retain the best talent we can, and recognise that being truly inclusive as an organisation is essential to help us do that.”
IDN co-founder Monica Mwanje said: “We are glad that Sellafield Ltd remains an IDN Industry Partner. It is reassuring that one of the key sites of the NDA estate is continuing its commitment towards inclusion, and we look forward to their support over the coming year as we continue our work.”
ABOUT SELLAFIELD LTD
From cleaning-up the country’s highest nuclear risks and hazards to safeguarding nuclear fuel, materials and waste, Sellafield Ltd’s work is nationally important. We do this work on behalf of our owner, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.
In delivering our work, including emptying our highest hazard buildings, waste management and keeping special nuclear material safe, we are building on an epic scale at Sellafield.
We are currently investing in one of the largest portfolios of complex major projects in the country, creating the facilities we need for the next stage of our purpose.
Together, we’re at the forefront of engineering, innovation, project management and leading-edge support functions.
We’re building £8 billion of new waste management facilities and manufacturing tens of thousands of waste containers, while also reducing our carbon footprint.
We’re inventing the robots and technology that we need to clean up Sellafield. Robots and technology that can be exported to the growing global decommissioning market.
In everything we do, we’re ensuring the public funding we’re entrusted with has economic and social impact in our communities.
We’re creating a clean and safe environment for future generations.
ABOUT INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY IN NUCLEAR
Inclusion and Diversity in Nuclear is a not-for-profit initiative founded in 2019 and aims to provide useful and practical information and support around inclusion, equity and diversity. It provides a space for leaders / managers / individuals within the nuclear industry to share ideas and experiences, ask questions and work together to drive a more inclusive working culture.