GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy firmly embraces the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) principles for a strong nuclear safety culture—including personal accountability, continuous learning, safety communications, and leadership accountability. Read more about these important principles in this informative document.
GEH’s numerous products built to enhance plant safety and performance—as well as the award-winning safety procedures implemented at its facilities—illustrate our commitment to safety. Below are just a few examples.
The SFPLM accurately measure the spent fuel pool (SFP) water level and temperatures. It supports safe and efficient plant operations while meeting severe accident/station blackout (SBO) survivability requirements. The system employs NUMAC digital controls that can be located up to 1,000 feet (304 meters) away from the SFP.
Dedicated in 1969, GEH’s fuel manufacturing operation has helped our North American customers power industries and light millions of homes with safe, reliable, carbon-free nuclear power. Nestled on more than 1,500 acres, the facility earned the North Carolina Star designation as a top safety performer.
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