We look forward to a beneficial long term relationship working with the NuGen team to deliver a world-class system to support quality, safety, compliance and operational efficiency.
Matlock, Derbyshire (PRWEB UK) 5 November 2014
NuGen's Moorside project will develop a new generation nuclear power station of up to 3.4 GW on land in West Cumbria (North West England) which is expected to generate 7% of the U.K's electricity supply. The project is forecast to create between 14,000 and 21,000 UK jobs. The project will become the UK's biggest new nuclear output from a single site - and Europe's largest new nuclear construction plan. When fully operational, NuGen's three Moorside reactors will deliver enough low-carbon electricity to power six million homes.
Ideagen will implement an electronic document & quality management system (eD/QMS) using Workbench software. Fully integrated modules will allow reporting and recording of quality procedures such as audits; corrective and preventative actions (CAPA); and formal change controls. In addition, Workbench will provide a global training and competencies management platform for all NuGen staff. The new eD/QMS will help NuGen meet regulatory and customer compliance requirements and support planned expansion activities.
David Hornsby, Ideagen Chief Executive commented:
"The resurgent Nuclear Energy sector continues to be a key market for Ideagen and we are seeing progress on a number of high-profile projects. We look forward to a beneficial long term relationship working with the NuGen team to deliver a world-class system to support quality, safety, compliance and operational efficiency."
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NOTES TO EDITORS:
Ideagen develops information management software for highly-regulated industries. The company enables organisations to meet quality, audit, regulatory and compliance standards. Ideagen helps customers reduce costs and risk, as well as improve operational efficiency and customer service. The Group has operations across the UK and in the US and has grown both organically and through complementary acquisitions.