Day 1 (20th October 2020)

9:30

'Additive manufacturing is revolutionising the way products are designed, manufactured and delivered.'

Andrew Duncan, Principal Consultant at DNV-GL

10:30

To Be Confirmed

11.30

Title to be confirmed

Phil Jardine, Business Development Manager at NAMRC

Bio to follow

13.00

Title to be Confirmed

Adrian Bull, Director of External Relations for the UK National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL)

Adrian Bull MBE is Director of External Relations for the UK National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL). This role involves co-ordinating NNL’s external links, communications, profile and reputation across the UK and – increasingly - internationally. As such, Adrian is closely involved with a wide range of stakeholders including politicians, Government officials, media, customers, industry organisations and universities. Prior to taking up this role in 2012, Adrian was Head of Media and Stakeholder Relations for Westinghouse in Europe. He has worked on many submissions to UK Government consultations on nuclear and energy policy matters, and has given evidence to several UK Government Committees on energy issues. He has also been closely involved with the work of the UK’s Nuclear Industry Council on communication and public understanding of nuclear energy. Adrian chairs the Communications Advisory Group of FORATOM and is Vice-Chair of the equivalent body at the World Nuclear Association. He is a Board Member of both Marketing Cheshire and the Science Media Centre and sits on a number of other committees for bodies such as the Confederation of British Industry, The University of Manchester and the UK Nuclear Institute. Adrian is a Fellow of the UK Energy Institute and was awarded an MBE in the 2018 New Year’s Honours List for his work on the development of public understanding of nuclear.

13.30

To Be Confirmed

Jason Gradie, at Collinson Grant

14.00

Title to be confirmed

Day 2 (21st October 2020)

9:30

'What does a good supplier look like?'

John Berry, Supply Chain Manager at Sellafield

John Berry is a Senior Supply Chain Manager leading engagement with, and development of, the broad supply chain. He is responsible for engaging directly with suppliers, working on the SME spend agenda and building a diverse and resilient supply base.

Before joining Sellafield Ltd, John spent seven years in higher education and was responsible for creating opportunities between academics and industry including leading a number of SME support programmes helping businesses to innovate or grow. He is a former director of Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster. Working as a business adviser and trainer he has worked with almost 1,000 businesses across a variety of sector so is well placed in understanding the needs of business

 

10:15

To Be Confirmed

11.00

To Be Confirmed

11.45

Title to be confirmed

John Grainger, Executive Director at Britain's Energy Coast Business Cluster (BECBC)

Bio to follow

13.00

To Be Confirmed

Joseph Hunter, Commercial Manager ‑ Radioactive Waste Services at Augean PLC

Joseph is a Commercial Manager at Augean PLC and is responsible for the commercial aspects of the safe, compliant and cost-effective disposal and/ or treatment of Radioactive and NORM Waste arising from a range of industries across the United Kingdom and Europe.

Prior to joining Augean Plc in 2014, Joseph graduated from the University of Liverpool with a 2:1 Master’s Degree in Chemistry and due to his technical background Joseph initially joined Augean’s Technical Team focused on Radioactive Waste Disposal. Since 2014, Joseph has progressed through a number of key customer facing roles and has been heavily involved in enhancing Augean’s Radioactive Waste offering. Joseph is focused on developing Augean’s Radioactive Waste offerings alongside the needs of Augean’s customers.

13.30

To Be Confirmed

John Benson, Managing Director at Digital Edge Subsea

14.00

‘Managing Naturally Occurring Radioactive material (NORM)’.