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Date: 13/06/20071 Magnox North Procurement and Communications Strategy
Date: April 1 st 2008 Sion Edwards Head of Sub-Contracts
Date: 13/06/20073 Summary Overview of Magnox North Successes at Trawsfynydd Insight into Magnox North Procurement Strategy Communications Plan –Why we can, why we think its fundamental to our success, and how we intend to commence communicating
Date: 13/06/200711 North And South FED (Fuel Element Debris) Retrieval. FED waste from vaults situated in the North and South of the Cooling Ponds complex. The 3m³ stainless steel box, immobilised in concrete grout and placed in a concrete overpack Ponds Scabbling Contamination on the internal surfaces of the ponds walls through a process called Scabbling. Deployment of Remotely operated Vehicles (RoVs) into the pond lanes using concrete scabbling tools and other attachments to remove contaminated concrete to varying depths up to 40mm.
Date: 13/06/200712 Reactor 2 MAC (Miscellaneous Active Waste) MAC consists of activated components (mainly flux flattening bars) which were removed from the reactor core during the operational life of the station. Recovered remotely by manipulation, placed into a 3m³ stainless steel box and then immobilised in concrete grout and placed in a concrete overpack ready for long term storage in the ILW store. MSV (Magnox Sludge Vaults) Approximate volume of 72m 3. It contained 30m 3 of historical sludge, and continues to receive minor quantities of sludge from the Active Effluent Treatment Plant (AETP) and Decant Water Treatment Plant (DWTP). The 30m 3 of sludge will be encapsulated inside stainless steel containers with a cement grout.
Date: 13/06/200713 Active Waste Vaults (AWV) The nine vaults contain waste classed as LLW (Low Level Waste) and ILW. The waste retrieved from the AWV is packaged as LLW which is sent off site to the LLWR at Drigg. Resin Retrieval Throughout the operational life of the site, ion exchange resins were used to maintain the water purity in the cooling ponds. The spent resins which form a liquid ILW are stored in steel tanks. The Resin is transferred to the Resin Plant for encapsulation in drums which are then to be stored on site in the Trawsfynydd ILW Store.
Date: 13/06/200714 ILW Store Size of a football pitch and has 4 separate areas, Receipt Bay and Inspection Cell, a Drum and Concrete Overpack Store Designed for 2,500 drums and 370 three- metre concrete Overpacks. PRPCC – Partial Relocation of Primary Circuits Components Essentially Boiler Deplanting of 6 Boilers per Safestore, supports the Height Reduction of the Safestore
Date: 13/06/200715 Magnox North Procurement Strategy
Date: 13/06/200716 Objective ‘To create a simple plan which will inform ourselves and our stakeholders how we intend to do business with our supply chain over the longer term, to meet the requirements of our new business, Magnox North’.
Date: 13/06/200717 Our Vision ‘For the first time we will have real longer term clarity of the opportunity, against market driven categories - categorised, scope, schedule and cost !’
Date: 13/06/200718 Supply Chain Categorisation Need for information not just data Informs decision making Uses Oldbury early work Considers market capacity / capability Top Down Approach ‘Market Driven Categorisation’ Develop link with OJEU / standard industry codes Cross mapping with NDA/Sellafield Categorisation
Date: 13/06/200719 The Categories CategoryExamplesHigh /Low Standard Industry Code 1Asbestos handling and DisposalAsbestosHigh 2BuildingNew Build, Classical Civil ConstructionLow 3Landscaping / Remediation (Civil Engineering)Landscaping, RoadsLow 4Control Systemse.g HunterstonLow 5DeplantingTurbine Hall furniture removalLow 6Deplanting - ContaminatedPonds Furniture RemovalHigh 7DemolitionTurbine Hall, Cooling TowersLow 8Demolition and DecontaminationSafestore/Boiler DeplantingHigh 9General ElectricalHigh Voltage, Low VoltageLow 10General MechanicalLow 11Waste Management - (Non Hazardous)Non hazardous Waste, Normal Waste ArisingsLow 12Waste Management - ILW Contaminated Waste, Design, Build and Operations High 13Operations – Outage WorkOutage WorkHigh/Low 14Operations – Plant EngineeringPlant Operations and MaintenanceLow 15Support CostsCNC, NII, UtilitiesLow 16IT and Communications (Training?)IT Infrastructure, CSC, Mobile PhonesLow 17ManpowerAgency WorkersLow 18Facilities ManagementCanteen, CleaningLow 19Site SecurityLow 20ConsumablesChemicals, Gases, OilsLow
Date: 13/06/200720 Long Range Graphic ( or ‘Product Focus’)
Date: 13/06/200723 Strategic Option – ‘Risk’ High Risk/Low CostHigh Risk/High Cost Low Risk/Low CostLow Risk/High Cost Commercial Risk High Low Cost/Value of the Scope High Risks/Designed not well defined, Collaborative Working, Early Problem Solving, Long Term Arrangements, Target Costs Risks well defined, Design Well Defined, Target Cost/Fix Price Contracts Low Risk, Famework type Contracts, Call offs, Repeat scope
Date: 13/06/200724 Strategic Option – ‘Risk’ Support Costs, IT, Manpower, Facilities, Site security, Consumables Commercial Risk High Low Asbestos, Deplanting – Contaminated, Demolition and Decontamination, Waste Management – ILW, Operations – Outage Work, Cost/Value of the Scope High Landscaping, Deplanting, Demolition, Waste Management (Non Hazardous), Risks/Designed not well defined, Collaborative Working, Early Problem Solving, Long Term Arrangements, Target Costs Risks well defined, Design Well Defined, Target Cost/Fix Price Contracts Low Risk, Famework type Contracts, Call offs, Repeat scope
Date: 13/06/200725 Strategic Option – ‘Risk’ Support Costs, IT, Manpower, Facilities, Site security, Consumables Commercial Risk High Low Asbestos, Deplanting – Contaminated, Demolition and Decontamination, Waste Management – ILW, Operations – Outage Work, Cost/Value of the Scope High Landscaping, Deplanting, Demolition, Waste Management (Non Hazardous), For the first time we have (will) real longer term clarity of the opportunity - categorised, scope, schedule and cost ! But how many Contracts?? Who decides? – The Market Place? The Supply Chain? The Guiding Mind?
Date: 13/06/200726 The Guiding Mind Guiding Mind Supplier Needs Market Forces Supplier Performance Socio Economic PolicyThe NDA Feedback / Supply Chain Communications
Date: 13/06/200727 Magnox North Procurement Communications Strategy
Date: 13/06/200728 Communicate the Plan – Its Vital! Reminder – 60% of our ASFL is spent with our Supply Chain Identify opportunities and encourage interest and competition Allow the market to plan / prepare Benchmark our Thinking….Understand what is feasible, what is realistic, what does our market want, what is attractive, what's not? How? Communications Format? Website?
Communication Plan Starts Today with Safespur Website – Launch this week North Wales Supply Chain Event - ‘Raising the Game’ - 14 th May 2008
Date: 13/06/200730 Summary Overview of Magnox North Successes at Trawsfynydd –TSIF Insight into Magnox North Procurement Strategy –Categorisation and the LRG Communication –Why we can, why we think its fundamental to our success, and how we intend to commence
Date: 13/06/200731 For this afternoon? What information is important to you and why? What format would you like this information and how often would you like it? What information do you need consistency of language across the SLCs? What’s less important but useful?