Solutions for Nuclear Facilities
Nuclear facilities—including power plants, waste management locations, research labs, mines, and fuel processing facilities—are incredibly complex, and present unique fire safety challenges.
We offer a full range of fire and life safety services for nuclear facilities—to learn more, please download our Solutions for Nuclear Facilities infosheet. If you don’t see a particular service, then please reach out—we might still be able to help you achieve your safety goals.
For complete service descriptions, please download our Services Guide.
PLC Fire Safety Engineers Are Specialized Experts
We have extensive experience applying codes and standards governing the stages of the nuclear life cycle in a full range of facility types, and we’re very familiar with the unique challenges associated with each stage.
To serve nuclear clients, we have developed specialized software called FIRESOFT, an innovative approach to maintaining Fire Hazard Assessments that allows for early schedule planning, reduced financial commitments, and optimal resource utilization.
Our technical staff includes active committee members of the Technical Committee on Fire Protection for Nuclear Power Plants (CAN/CSA-N293) and the Technical Committee on Fire Protection for Facilities that Process, Handle, or Store Nuclear Substances (CAN/CSA-N393). We are also well-versed with international fire safety nuclear standards.
How Can We Help?
We’d love to understand your fire and life safety needs to see how we can help. Please reach out to us to schedule a conversation.
Project Spotlight: Bruce Power Fire Protection Audit
Bruce Power is the world’s largest operating nuclear facility with eight CANDU reactors, located on the eastern shore of Lake Huron. The facility generates 6,400 megawatts, supplying over 30 percent of Ontario’s electricity at 30 percent less than the average cost to produce residential power.