ENSA passes CEFRI’s audit for intervening in the French nuclear power plants
Equipos Nucleares, S.A (ENSA) successfully passed the last follow-up audit from CEFRI (French Committee for the Certification of Companies for the Training and Follow-Up of the personnel working under Ionizing Radiations), and thus the company from Cantabria keeps its certification for another year.
CEFRI’s certification proves the company’s ability to set up and maintain a management system which guarantees the protection of the workers which carry out activities under ionizing radiations. This is an essential requirement for being able to intervene in a controlled area within the French nuclear facilities. ENSA has got this certification since 2012.
This follow-up audit differentiates from the last year one in that CEFRI has changed the SPE-E-400 Ind.20 specification in order to adapt its certification to French law, thus introducing changes which ENSA had to include into its management system during this year.
The audit verifies that these new requirements have been “satisfactorily” included, and among the most significant are the following:
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