Give your personnel real-world experience at our San Jose facility, featuring a full-scale boiling water reactor (BWR) mock-up.
Working on the full-scale mock-up helps personnel develop these skills:
GEH’s partnership with Virtualware creates the most realistic virtual training environments. The fuel movement simulator is currently available, with more virtual trainings coming soon.
The fuel movement simulator is an immersive VR room that lets multiple users collaborate in a simulated refuel floor environment. Personnel can carry out fuel movement operations as if they were doing it in real life.
The simulator can be used at GEH’s Wilmington Nuclear Services Building, San Jose’s technology development center, or set up at your own facility
Get specialized training on a realistic, full-size replica of the operating area underneath a BWR
Built specifically to address under vessel (UV) and hydraulic control unit (HCU) maintenance, the Wilmington training facility contains multiple work locations to better simulate real world scenarios. This enables outage services work to be completed in less time with reduced radiation accrual for reactor workers.
Effective planning and preparation are essential for successful outage execution.
The outage readiness review (ORR) process helps ensure predictable project outcomes through a multi-discipline, experience-based readiness evaluation. The process consists of a series of sessions targeting important review areas like equipment and materials, industrial safety, risk assessment, and contingency planning.
Developing the next generation of leaders for the nuclear industry.
This comprehensive 18-month leadership and technical training program uses classroom, practical, and on-the-job training to cover under vessel, refuel floor, and inspections.
Knowledge Transfer and Retention (KT&R) Just in Time (JIT) Training – creating a culture of continuous learning and improvement.
GEH offers a formal lessons learned and operating experience program specific to outage management. The program establishes management expectations for sharing information and defines the mechanisms for developing, utilizing, and incorporating lessons learned to promote safety, quality, and cost effectiveness.
With the large operating knowledge/experience gap anticipated within the next decade in the nuclear industry, the KT&R program offers an ideal solution to fill this gap with in-depth, site-specific training – ensuring that knowledge/experience remains at your facility now and in the future.
Equipment servicing incorporates industry lessons learned with targets of dose reduction, schedule enhancement, and increased operational margin.
Reactor disassembly, reassembly, refueling and in-vessel maintenance services for all types of reactors