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Success for NIS

NIS is delighted to announce that we have started production for the supply of approximately 300 soffit plates for the six cubic metre reinforced concrete boxes that will be used for the packaging, transport and disposal of Intermediate Level Wastes on site.

We have been successfully delivering the design and manufacture of bespoke solutions such as gloveboxes, high integrity containments, handling solutions and integrated systems to the Nuclear, Defence and High Technology industries for over 35 years. The capability we have developed to produce repeat manufacturing of higher volume units complements our existing offer and further cements our position in the Nuclear Manufacturing Supply Chain.

Gill Marsden, Managing Director said, “Strategically this is a huge win for us at a crucial stage of our transformation. With the healthiest order book, we’ve had in almost a decade we now have all of the cornerstones in place to rapidly accelerate our journey to Excellence”.

Our Operations Director, Steve Rothwell, added, “The award of this new contract further enhances and demonstrates our ability to deliver to our customers high integrity volume alongside bespoke manufacturing requirements in a concurrent manner. The new award allows NIS to continue its strategy to support both avenues of opportunity now and in the future. We look forward to working with Magnox in the delivery of the new requirements over the next two years.

NIS is a winner in the RoSPA Awards 2019

NIS are delighted to have received a prestigious award in recognition of our practices and achievements in helping our staff and clients get home safely at the end of the working day.

We have been awarded a President’s (13 consecutive Golds) in the internationally-renowned RoSPA Health and Safety Awards, the longest-running industry awards scheme in the UK.

We will be presented with the award during a ceremony at Hilton Birmingham Metropole hotel on Thursday, June 6, 2019.

The RoSPA Awards scheme, which receives entries from organisations around the world, recognises achievement in health and safety management systems, including practices such as leadership and workforce involvement.

NIS celebrates talent

NIS are celebrating 10 years of NSAN membership with a very special table of employees attending this year’s prestigious UK Nuclear Skills Awards.

As regular sponsors of the UK Nuclear Skills Awards, NIS are proud to be taking previous award winners and finalists, as well as those who have progressed their careers since starting as apprentices or graduates as part of the NIS skills development programme that NSAN have played such an active role in supporting.

Jack Cottam – Finalist – Supply Chain Apprentice of the year 2015, Jack joined NIS as an apprentice fabricator / welder in 2010. He was one of our first junior STEM ambassadors, and once he’d successfully completed his apprenticeship Jack continued his education with an NSAN Bursary being used to support his journey to become our youngest ever qualified European Welding Engineer.

Alex Livesey – Winner, Supply Chain Apprentice of the Year 2014 after completing his apprenticeship Alex worked as a skilled Project Build Fitter whilst studying for his BEng (Honours) in Mechanical and Production Engineering. Alex has travelled extensively supporting a number of NIS projects in places such as Saudi Arabia and Turkmenistan and in 2018 he was promoted into his current position of Project Engineer.

Jordan Massey – NSAN SCAN funded Apprentice – Jordan joined NIS as an apprentice fitter in 2013 and very quickly embodied the NIS Values becoming a role model for those following the same journey. Jordan’s positive and professional attitude saw him appointed as Project Engineer in 2018

Andy Abrams – Andy was one of the first graduates to be employed as part of our enhanced skills programme, joining us fresh from university. Andy’s technical talent and professional commitment has seen him rise rapidly through the engineering ranks accumulating with his appointment as a Principal Mechanical Engineer in November 2018.

Josh Rewaj – Josh has been with us for just over 5 years having joined as a graduate EC&I engineer in 2013. Having excelled on a number of projects both in our design office and during testing and commissioning on client sites, Josh was recently promoted to become a Senior EC&I Engineer.

Andrew Hudson ––Whilst Andy didn’t join NIS until 2017 his CV shone due to him previously winning the titles of both Nuclear Supply Chain Apprentice and UK Nuclear Apprentice of the Year at the UK Nuclear Skills Awards in 2013. Andy initially worked as a Manufacturing Engineer at NIS before further widening his skill set in the Engineering Design team.

Richard Taffs – Richard was awarded the first ever NSAN STEM Ambassador Award in 2016. Having previously won the UK STEMNet National STEM ambassador of the Year and the inaugural RoSPA Archangel award we really couldn’t be any prouder of our super dedicated SHE Manager!

Gill Marsden – Gill instigated the NIS relationship with NSAN shortly after she arrived in 2010. Her commitment, both to our internal skills development as well as the national agenda saw her win the Outstanding Leadership in Skills award in 2012. Gills personal development continued and saw her appointed as NIS Managing Director in June 2017.

Speaking before this years event Gill said “This event has always been a real highlight for NIS, but its only when we’ve looked back and reflected that we’ve realised what a pivotal role NSAN has played in supporting both our individual careers and organisational development. I couldn’t be any prouder of the team that we’ve brought with us this evening although they are only a small proportion of the talented and committed NIS workforce that has worked tirelessly to transform our business over the last couple of years.”

Supporting local charity…

NIS is proud to say that our staff have been busy raising money for our favourite local charity Derian House by once again hosting our festive bake and Christmas jumper day which raised £275.63 for the children’s hospice. When combined with the money we historically spent on corporate Christmas cards and gifts we are delighted to say that the total given to Derian House was £775.63!

Merry Christmas everyone and all the best for 2019!

Julie and Nicola (L to R) handing over the cheque to Derian House

Changes to the NIS Board of Directors

Following an exciting and transformational 12 months, it is with very mixed emotions that we must announce changes to the NIS Executive Team.

Gary Ward, our Operations Director, will be leaving us on the 10th October as he has made the very difficult decision to return to a Major Project environment. Whilst Gary has only been with us for a short period of time, he has had a significant and positive impact on the business, and we are extremely grateful for the contribution he has made.

However, we are delighted to announce that we will welcome Steve Rothwell into the Operations Director role. Steve has almost 30 years of experience working within engineering and manufacturing organisations, predominantly in procurement and commercial roles, and we are confident that his Leadership style, drive and industry experience will be a huge asset as we continue to develop and enhance the business.

Speaking about his departure Gary said “It’s been an incredible 12 months working with Gill, David and the team, and whilst it hasn’t been without its challenges, it has been rewarding to see the business respond to change and grow. It’s been a very difficult decision for me to make, but the time now feels right for me to hand over the reins to Steve for him to continue embedding excellence across the organisation”. Steve added “I’ve known and respected NIS for a long time so I’m really looking forward to embracing the challenges and opportunities that exist within the business. I’m excited to be joining as part of the executive team and being able to play a key part in continuing to drive the business plan.”

NIS Supports International Women in Engineering Day 2018

NIS were proud to support International Women in Engineering Day 2018 by organising a careers in engineering workshop for local high school students.

On Friday 22nd June over 20 students from St Michaels and Holy Cross took part in a workshop which focussed on careers in Engineering. The day involved a tour of the facilities, hands on team building exercises as well as interviews with our female members of staff and discussions on how their careers started and how they have got to where they are now.

When the day started the question was asked “Who is interested in a career in Engineering?”, the response was zero. We are happy to say that as the day came to a close the question was repeated and approximately 70% of the group said yes!

NIS is very proud of the work we do in STEM and work consistently with schools and on projects in Lancashire, Cumbria and Berkshire. Since starting our STEM programme we have won a number of awards including STEMNET “Most Dedicated Employer”, “Most Dedicated STEM Ambassador” and the UK Nuclear Skills “STEM Ambassador Award”.

Egremont U15s RU wins treble!

On the 7th of May NIS sponsored Egremont under 15s Rugby Union team won the Cumbria County Cup for the 3rd year running. Well done to all, it was a fantastic team effort and we wish you all the best for the next season.

NIS is a winner in the RoSPA Awards 2018

NIS have been successful in the RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards 2018 and have achieved the President’s (12 consecutive Golds) award in the prestigious annual scheme run by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

We will be presented with the award during a ceremony at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole hotel on Wednesday, July 4, 2018.

Through the RoSPA Awards scheme, which is open to businesses and organisations of all types and sizes from across the UK and overseas, judges consider entrants’ overarching occupational health and safety management systems, including practices such as leadership and workforce involvement. The awards are now in its 62nd year.

NIS welcomes the Mayor of Chorley

NIS were pleased to welcome The Mayor of Chorley Councillor Mark Perks to our facility on Tuesday 13th March 2018.

After recently meeting at a local high school STEM event Councillor Perks was invited to tour our Chorley facility and meet some of our Apprentices. We are very proud to currently have 11 Apprentices in a variety of roles including Project Controls, Mechanical Design, Welding, Administration and Fabrication.

Managing Director Gill Marsden was delighted to tell Councillor Perks about a number of projects NIS is working on including:

  • Manufacturing equipment to assist with the Fukushima disaster recovery
  • Supporting UK Defence companies working on projects to protect our nation
  • Collaborating on decommissioning frameworks
  • Working with our clients to providing security detection products across the globe

Left to right: Gill Marsden (Managing Director), The Mayor of Chorley Councillor Mark Perks, David Brown (Technical Director) and Richard Taffs (SHE Manager)

NIS Celebrates National Apprenticeship Week

NIS is celebrating National Apprenticeship Week 2018 with our apprentices both past and current.

We currently have 11 Apprentices, Graduates and Trainees at NIS in a variety of roles including: Project Controls, Mechanical Design, Welding, Administration and Fabrication.

We look forward to our Apprentices following in the footsteps of their colleagues and continuing their careers with NIS and are very proud of the fact that 22 of our past apprentices are still on the role call with the oldest having served his time in 1984!

In alphabetical order with year started: Andy A 2011, Jack A 2015, April B 2010, Alex B 2014, Jason B 1986, Craig B 1984, Mark C 2015, Morgan C 2017, Jack C 2010, Jack C 2011, Tom D 2010, Simon F 2011, Jake F 2009, George G 1984, Ben G2016, Zakir H 2014, Jim H 1997, Mark H 1984, Nick L 2016, Alex L 2009, Paul L 1986, Andrew L 2012, David M 2012, Jordan M 2013, Emily M 2014, Jon M 2003, John P 1987, Josh R 2013, Braddon S 2015, Danny S 1997, Sean T 2015, Jack W 2011, Tim W 1985, Robert W 2013, Matthew W 2014

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