Bruce Power completed a three-day ‘Exercise Huron Resilience” on Thursday, testing the company’s emergency management program and Safety First focus for its workers, the surrounding communities and the environment. Approximately 1,200 employees participated in the emergency exercise, which involved simulatingREAD MORE
The Guide to Bruce Power provides an overview of Bruce Power’s CANDU reactors, the site’s history, our safety systems, our Visitors’ Centre, and community outreach initiatives.
James Scongack, Vice President, Corporate Affairs, gave a presentation at the International Atomic Energy Association’s General Conference in Vienna Conference, on Communication of OSART Missions to a nuclear plant’s surrounding communities.
Bruce Power was pleased to participate in the International Atomic Energy Association’s (IAEA) Operational Safety and Review Team (OSART) mission last December. Bruce Power was put forward for this review in 2014 by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC), Canada’s independentREAD MORE
Bruce Power and a coalition of agencies and municipalities with an interest in public safety have launched a new website to provide residents of Grey, Bruce and Huron counties with the information they need to prepare for emergencies. The website,READ MORE
Since an earthquake and resulting tsunami crippled the nuclear facility in Fukushima, Japan, Bruce Power has completed many improvements to its emergency preparedness and safety systems. Though CANDU reactors have numerous layers of safety systems built in, we are continuouslyREAD MORE