When safety is paramount a Safety Case is required to set out the means by which all credible risks are to be managed and controlled. Whether as part of a site license requirement for a new or existing nuclear facility, or for other installations with a statutory requirement to control hazards and prevent major accidents involving dangerous substances.
It is a requirement that a Safety Case be developed that demonstrates not only the best working standards are in place, but that all potential failure modes and consequences of failure are considered.
As structural integrity specialists, EASL have over 250 collective man years working in the nuclear industry. This experience gives us a historic understanding of the processes involved with assisting in the production and development of nuclear safety cases and this expertise is readily transferable to many other safety-critical industries.