James Fisher Nuclear is a leading provider of specialist radiation detection products that help protect homeland security personnel and the public.
Whether it's the military, Emergency Services or other homeland security agencies, all have unique requirements for radiation protection. The range of monitors available from James Fisher Nuclear (JFN) caters expertly for these needs and includes personal dosimetry and hand-held search and frisk probes for detecting, locating, identifying and classifying radioactive material. In addition personnel and vehicle portal monitors give fast and accurate surveillance of people and vehicles entering and leaving key facilities or transport hubs.
We have significant experience in supporting the specific challenges of radiation protection in the military environment with rugged and dependable radiation detection and measurement equipment (RDME) and support services. We continue to support the calibration and repair of the RDS-200 and associated probes, which were supplied as part of the Emergency Services' New Dimension Programme.
James Fisher Nuclear at the 2012 London Olympics
The Games were an integral part of that summer, and James Fisher Nuclear was proud to be able play a part in providing support and security to the Games.
JFN provides inspection and measurement services for the defence, homeland security, aerospace and other industries and this expertise meant JFN were ideally placed to carry out this contract with the Olympic Delivery Authority.
The project involved delivering a complete radiological screening system, capable of monitoring 100% of pedestrians and vehicles onto the Olympic Park in London. The intention of the system was to identify any source of radioactivity that could pose a threat to the Olympic Games and members of the public on the Park. This required JFN to design a solution, procure, configure and test the equipment, and install, within the tight timescales.
JFN provided a fully integrated system, networked across the Park, with all equipment monitored from a central control room. The equipment was used to monitor approximately 4 million members of the public and Olympic staff, during the build-up to the Games, and the Games themselves. Read a summary of the project here
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