Trials training and simulation

Trials training and simulation

James Fisher Nuclear has extensive capabilities and a strong track record in practical research and the development of operational trials, training and simulation of hazardous environments.

Whilst desk-based studies and modelling give a useful insight to the general approach, practical work through trials, training and simulation to mock-up or functionally test an idea saves time and money and can prove vital in validating the detailed design.  Trials can be carried out which substantially reduce the risks to the project and, if a minor modification is required, James Fisher Nuclear (JFN) has the skills and resources for these to be rapidly implemented and tested with minimal impact on the programme. This approach, developed in the extensive rig hall facilities owned by JFN, is supported by experienced multi-disciplined staff with years of practical experience and a track record of success.

Our extensive design and fabrication capabilities are backed up by in-house manufacturing and support services including a mechanical and an electrical workshop for small-scale fabrications and repairs.

Our rig halls also house skilled support staff including fork-lift truck drivers, crane operators, electrical, mechanical and CE&I technicians. A responsive local supply chain for additional plant, scaffolding and other engineering materials and supplies is also at the disposal of our clients.

Below are some other examples of the facilities we can offer for test and evaluation of equipment and procedures: