LITES Podcast E07 - Safety and Training in the Nuclear Industry at the Electric Power Research Institute

VFK4GP76UFFELHQ45U5WNILOFE

How does the nuclear power industry ensure the safety of their employees at nuclear power plants? Programs like the HRCUG, Gen Ed, and STE are helping educate industrial workers of today and the future to maintain a safe working environment in nuclear facilities worldwide.  

In this episode, Gary Boles, Principle Technical Director for the Electrical Power Research Institute (EPRI) spoke with Zack Parnell, President of ITI to discuss how past events at nuclear facilities can help current workers learn from the mistakes of others to create a safer environment for themselves and future employees. Then Zack Parnell spoke with Elizabeth Bevavides, Training Manager for EPRI about how their company is implementing training programs for facility employees so that they can prove their certifications and skills, while maintaining a virtually incident free working environment. 

LISTEN & SUBSCRIBE NOW

VR Tower Crane Simulator Considerations & Design [Webinar Recap]
Lift Director & Critical Lift Planning Quiz

About Author

Amanda Henry
Amanda Henry

Amanda began her career at ITI in January 2018. She has a bachelor's degree from Washington State University in Social Sciences with a primary focus in communications and a secondary focus in Psychology. As Marketing Specialist, Amanda’s responsibilities include content creation, ad campaign management, and monitoring and reporting on customer satisfaction.

Related Posts
Bechtel & Barnhart Rigging Engineers join LITES Podcast + Mobile Crane Load Charts Webinar Upcoming
Bechtel & Barnhart Rigging Engineers join LITES Podcast + Mobile Crane Load Charts Webinar Upcoming
TVA Turns to ITI VR Crane Simulations to Train Their Nuclear Fleet
TVA Turns to ITI VR Crane Simulations to Train Their Nuclear Fleet
LITES Podcast E06 - Workforce Development and Training for the Future at the Energy Innovation Center in Pittsburgh
LITES Podcast E06 - Workforce Development and Training for the Future at the Energy Innovation Center in Pittsburgh

Comment

Subscribe To Blog

Subscribe to Email Updates