NIS raises money for local homeless

The annual NIS Festive Bake Sale has this year raised £169.65 for homeless charities both in Chorley and Cumbria.

Members of staff from all departments baked a huge selection of items from mince pies to chicken pasties with the total being rounded up to £200 by NIS. Tinned goods and non-perishable items were also collected and donated to our local food bank.

World Quality Day

World quality day was on November 9 this year and NIS are proud to announce that they did……NOTHING!

Nothing different!

Now I can already hear all the “Are you serious”? “Why”? “Haven’t you missed the point”? “Why no special event”?

But no, we did nothing different for a reason. Quality is the way we do things round here. It starts with the MD Gill Marsden, the Directors David Brown, Gary Ward and Howard Entwistle who lead the business with our vision “To be excellent together” and, mission “Excellence in engineering and manufacturing – powered by pride”, totally integrated in everything we do, through our core values of “Respect, Protect, Commit, and Inspire”.

The leadership team have continual focus on quality starting from Learning from Experience and finishing from yes you guessed it Learning from Experience. It’s the most obvious place to start and finish, isn’t it?

Over the past four years the business has continually transformed with the assistance of the CNSIG team but we are still on our journey, we challenge ourselves and everything we do always looking for improvement. Everyone is empowered to challenge and make change, change is good, it delivers value. We challenged all areas of the business, it’s like pushing on an open door! it’s so refreshing!

So, as we roll past this year’s World Quality Day our challenge is to get to World quality day 2018 and still have the same drive and enthusiasm to be able to challenge the norm and do nothing except a nod and wink of acknowledgement that Quality is the way we do things round here, and continue to be excellent together.

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NIS supports Egremont Rugby Union under 15s

Back to back county cup winners, Egremont Rugby Union under 15s have got their season off to a flying start with a new kit purchased by Design and Manufacturing experts, NIS Ltd. Whilst headquartered in Chorley, Lancashire their commitment to West Cumbria is strong given the multi-million pound contracts they hold with Sellafield Ltd and the fact the business is led by Seascale woman Gill Marsden.

“We’re extremely proud to be in a position to be able to support grass root sports, particularly for this age group. Our values of Respect, Protect, Commit and Inspire naturally align with the values these young people need to succeed, whether in sport, academically or into their chosen careers”.

NIS Ltd Managing Director Gill Marsden pictured with Egremont Rugby Union under 15s

NIS celebrates CNSiG award

NIS is proud to be amongst the 10 Civil Nuclear Sharing in Growth participating companies who along with Nuclear AMRC celebrated being awarded the Capability and Capacity Award at the NDA supply chain awards 2017.

Gill Marsden, NIS Managing Director, and Jonathan Matthews, Rolls Royce Supplier Development Executive

The annual awards recognise the vital contribution of suppliers to the UK’s nuclear clean-up mission. Winners were announced at the NDA Estate Supply Chain Event, held in Manchester on 2nd November at Events City, Manchester.

Gill Marsden NIS Managing Director Said “This is such well deserved recognition for Jonathan, his team and experts such as Nuclear CC who have walked alongside us for the last 4 years as we have set about transforming our business from “Good to Great”, their guidance, support and unwavering patience has been invaluable”.

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The CNSiG programme is developing the UK manufacturing supply chain for civil nuclear – in new build, operations and decommissioning – to help UK companies win work in the nuclear industry at home and overseas. CNSiG is part-funded by government through the Regional Growth Fund and by Rolls-Royce.

NIS supports the Poppy Appeal

For this year’s NDA Supply chain event, which took place at Manchester’s Event city on Thursday 2nd November, NIS decided that once again we would donate the money we would usually spend on corporate gifts to the British Legion Poppy Appeal.

With almost 2000 delegates attending the event has become the biggest of the UK nuclear calendar, and we were delighted to be able to give away hundreds of poppies to support and promote the vital work the British Legion does for the Armed Forces community.

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NIS welcomes Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service

NIS were delighted to host the Lancashire Fire and Rescue services during a training scenario using our test tower.

During one of the Fire Services routine facility inspections it was identified that our test tower and purpose-built rigs offer the perfect training facility to carry out challenging rescue training for Fire Crews and the Urban Search and Rescue Team which is based at Chorley Fire Station.

The scenario was based on unconscious personnel being trapped within a vessel accessible via the top of the NIS test tower. The subsequent rescue involved accessing the test tower via a second story access hatch and abseiling down the inside of the tower. When the ground floor casualty had been assessed and stabilized, they were placed on a stretcher and raised to the nearest access point using a system of ropes before being lowered using the new Ariel Ladder Platform and handed over to Paramedics.

Crew Manager Ian Turnbull stated “Training like this is invaluable to ensure that our teams are prepared for any emergency that is thrown at us. The recent fire at Grenfell Tower is a frightening example at what our teams could face. Varied and challenging training scenarios such as this greatly assist us in our preparation for such situations. We would like to thank NIS for this fantastic opportunity and look forward to doing similar exercises in the future.”

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NIS Welcome New Operations Director

NIS are delighted to confirm that Gary Ward has joined the executive board as our new Operations Director. Having worked in the sector for over 30 years, Gary is one of the industry’s leading project delivery professionals, most recently working for Cavendish as Projects Programme Manager as part of the Magnox Team.

Speaking about the appointment NIS Managing Director Gill Marsden said “Gary’s appointment completes the new Director Team and it marks an exciting milestone on our transformation journey. I’m wholly confident that the new team has the right combination of skills to provide our amazing people with the leadership and direction needed to steer NIS to a hugely successful future”

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NIS is a winner in the RoSPA Awards 2017

NIS have been successful in the RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards 2017 and have achieved the President’s (11 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 Thursday, July 13, 2017. The award was achieved during a special year for family-safety charity RoSPA, as it celebrates its centenary.

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 61st year.

Julia Small, RoSPA’s head of awards and events, said: “The RoSPA Awards are the most prestigious in the world of occupational health and safety, and held in high regard around the world, as winning one demonstrates an organisation’s commitment to maintaining an excellent health and safety record. Achieving the standard required is no mean feat.

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The majority of awards are non-competitive and mark achievement at merit, bronze, silver and gold levels. Gold medals, president’s awards and orders of distinction are presented to organisations sustaining the high standards of the gold level over consecutive years.

NIS appoints new Technical Director

NIS are delighted to announce that David Brown will be joining the NIS Executive Board as Technical Director.

Speaking about the appointment, Managing Director Gill Marsden said “After 13 years with NIS, David has been instrumental in establishing our reputation for Engineering Excellence, and I’m confident he will be a real asset to our new Director team. I’m genuinely excited about working with David and the highly skilled NIS workforce as we look to embrace the enormous opportunities we have ahead of us”.

NIS appoints new Managing Director

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Gill Marsden to the position of Managing Director at NIS Limited. After almost 30 years in the sector, the last 9 of which have been spent at NIS, Gill is a well-known figure in the nuclear industry and we are confident her passion and leadership will steer NIS towards a bright and sustainable future.

Gill will be taking over from Richard Penrose who has retired after 33 years of working for the NIS Group. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Richard for his dedication over the years and wish him all the best for the next chapter of his life.

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