Paper A - CMC 2011 Conference-Focus Overview
32nd Annual CNS Conference - 2011 June 05-08


Presented at:
32nd Annual CNS Conference
2011 June 05-08
Location:
Niagara Falls, Canada
Session Title:
Special Session: CANDU Maintenance Conference: Industry Performance – Getting a Grip

Authors:
Neil Mitchell (Ontario Power Generation)
Jacques Plourde (J.A. Plourde Performance Ltd.)
  

Abstract

‘Predictability’  [definition – ‘Dependable Outcomes Based on Pre-Verified Plans and Processes’] - is key to nuclear industry public and stakeholder confidence – predictability in public, employee, and environmental safety; in reliable production; in improvement and refurbishment project execution; and in overall financial performance. CMC 2011 addresses this by focusing on; Utility experience with optimally-managed outages in well-run plants, on the ways-of-working processes, tools and behaviors required by the industry to succeed; applying lessons-learned to hugely-complex and scope-expansion prone projects like refurbishments – and eventually new-build. Configuration management, operating chemistry, Utility/Service-Provider interfaces, and intelligent replication are explored along the way.

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