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The Rusatom Service Joint Stock Company plays a role of service offer integrator of the Rosatom State Corporation for nuclear power plants abroad.

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    Sustainable development of the Rusatom Service as a universal company that provide services at all stages of NPP lifetime cycle.

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    Reliable, high-quality and efficient service offers in nuclear power engineering industry.


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Back to school: Rusatom Service JSC representatives at the 4th session of Russia - IAEA Nuclear Energy Management School

Back to school: Rusatom Service JSC representatives at the 4th session of Russia - IAEA Nuclear Energy Management School
From September 3 to 14, the 4th Russia - IAEA Nuclear Energy Management School opened its doors for the young professionals in Saint Petersburg.

The recent graduates are the most important resource for the atomic industry, as they will have to support the high safety and reliability level at the nuclear installations operation.

A great number of acknowledged experts, such as Oszvald Glockler (IAEA), Paul Vinze (IAEA), Ki Sig Kang (IAEA), V.V. Artisyuk (Rosatom Technical Academy), V.V. Karezin (State Corporation “Rosatom”) arrived to impart precious knowledge to them.
Variety of interesting topics were brought up for discussion, which are inexorably associated with the knowledge management, the asset base of any branch: competence development within the frames of IAEA School program, human resources development plan, knowledge management during the periods of transition from NPP construction to operation and other the most important aspects of the knowledge management system.

Deputy Director General for competences development of the nuclear infrastructure of Rusatom Service JSC, Julia V. Chernyakhovskaya, came to tell the participants on importance of building relationships with the stakeholders, first, for the national nuclear infrastructure development. Why is it necessary to elaborate regulatory and legal framework for work with the stakeholders, by what means can their interests in the project be determined, what is the purpose of the stakeholders’ map, what are the advantages of the interaction strategy and communication plan – those were only few issues which Julia has clarified for the participants during her speech.
Maria S. Roskoshnaya, head of export control division, covered the issue of export control in nuclear materials procurement and supply chains management – entirely new course in the training program, which struck a chord with the audience.

This is not the first Russia - IAEA Nuclear Energy Management School. Joint debut of Rosatom State Corporation and IAEA in the form of Nuclear Energy Management School took place in 2016.
The second School was not long in coming and concentrated more than 25 representatives from more than 15 countries at the unique forum in 2017 already.
Jubilee Х International Forum ATOMEXPO in May, 2018 became a place for holding the third Russia - IAEA Management School for mid/top-level managers of the nuclear companies.
IAEA started a good tradition to open «travelling» management schools as early as in 2010, having launched the first joint School in association with the International Center for Theoretical Physics in Trieste (Italy). Since that time they have been got accustomed successfully in UAE, USA, RSA and RF – totally more than 20 projects all over the world.

Rusatom Service JSC is a member of the "Electric Power" division of The Rosatom State Corporation. The company provides full range of services and supplies required for maintenance and repair for the foreign nuclear power plants that operate VVER-type reactors. Now, the company has been present on the market in almost every country with existing NPP VVER power units outside Russia.
The Rusatom Service holds leading positions in the markets of China, Bulgaria and Armenia and acts as a general contractor of works for lifetime extension, implementation of scheduled preventive maintenance and upgrading the equipment at VVER nuclear power plants.

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