Reactor Hall and Containment
The course is aimed at maintenance personnel who will be working with the preparation of the reactor tank before refuelling.
After completing the course, the course participant will, with the help of instructions, have the basic skills to be able to safely perform his/her work tasks in the area of reactor maintenance during standard shutdown.
The main content of the course
- Preparation and restoration of reactor tank in conjunction with refuelling.
- Work in reactor halls. Rules and procedures.
- Experience feedback
- Practical exercises including: screw tensioners, steam plugs, HC cages, probes, sealing plugs, feed water distributor, lid cooling pipe, control rod guide tubes, test piece channels and HC pump shafts.
The course lasts for 10 days and prior knowledge is required for individual work in nuclear power plants. You will also need to have completed two approved courses: Reactor-proximate systems and Lifting training green (according to KIKA).
Personnel from the power stations and contractors must apply via their immediate manager in accordance with the procedures for the power stations in question. External customers should send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for a quotation request regarding the price of an entire course session or individual course locations.)
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