Nuclear Forum Background
The Nuclear Forum is managed by a Steering Group which represents all supply chain tiers in the nuclear industry.
Following the organisation of a successful Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition for the Nuclear Industry at Birchwood in 2011, there was general consensus to relaunch the Nuclear Forum as a membership based organisation. The Nuclear Forum is operated by the Birchwood Forum, the business development network established in 1996.
The Nuclear Forum is managed by a Steering Group which represents all supply chain tiers in the nuclear industry. Together they agree the programme of meetings and activities of the Forum and business development support for members.
The new membership year starts on 1 April and businesses are requested to complete a subscription renewal form.
Nuclear Forum Management
The Steering Group current members are:
- AMEC Foster Wheeler: Sonia Pratley
- AMEC Foster Wheeler: Sion Edwards
- Atkins: TBA
- National Nuclear Laboratory: Manon Higgins-Bos
- NSG Ltd: James Rudd
- National Skills Academy for Nuclear: Nicola Merriman
- Nuclear Institute:
- Sunbeam Management Solutions: Philip Isgar
- William Hare: Craig Arnold
The Nuclear Forum is supported by Birchwood Forum which manages the Secretariat and membership.
Why Join the Forum?
The Nuclear Forum provides its members with regular meetings offering invaluable networking opportunities for North West based companies working in the nuclear sector.
The Forum is a group of like-minded nuclear industry companies, large and small, who see a mutual benefit in sharing their collective business knowledge.
These meetings provide an environment for sharing market intelligence & business opportunities, through presentations, facilitated discussions and industry speakers.
The focus of the Forum is to support the development of locally based companies and facilitate closer collaboration.
The Nuclear Forum website provides a profiling opportunity for members together with news streaming and information on industry developments.