NUCLEAR UTILITY OBSOLESCENCE GROUP (NUOG) ACTIVITIES


11th International Conference on CANDU® Maintenance and Nuclear Components - 2017 Oct. 01-04

Presented at:
11th International Conference on CANDU® Maintenance and Nuclear Components
2017 Oct. 01-04
Location:
Toronto, ON Canada
Session Title:
Plenary 3A: Proactively Managing Obsolescence

Authors:
S. Ostrowski (Bruce Power)
  

Abstract

This presentation provides an overview of the Nuclear Utility Obsolescence Group (NUOG).  NUOG was formed in 2000 to create a platform for nuclear utilities to openly collaborate on obsolescence challenges, solutions and industry best practices.   NUOG provides participants with tools that assist in identifying and solving obsolescence issues to improve parts readiness in order to reduce station risk and vulnerabilities associated with Equipment Reliability.  In addition, NUOG’s relationship with other industry groups such as WANO IAEA, and COG has created synergies for wider collaboration and integration of solutions associated with Obsolescence Management.

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