Procedure Professional Association Annual Symposium – Kissimmee, FL June 17 – 21.
Brent Matherne, Procedures and Project Management Lead, is representing BCP at this year’s conference. The symposium has been the premier learning opportunity for procedure writers, reviewers, approvers and program managers. The symposium that provides opportunities for sharing of information, operating experience, and lessons learned.
Utility Service Alliance (USA) Executive Summit – San Antonio, TX June 18 – 21.
Al Casas, BCP Technology SME, will represent BCP at the conference attending with Williams Industrial (Williams) at their booth as their technology partner. The conference is for senior nuclear utility management and owners/senior managers from USA’s key nuclear industry suppliers and intended to provide a forum for relevant presentations, and the open exchange of information and innovative thought around the theme of collaboration.
Nuclear Information Technology Strategic Leadership (NITSL) Conference – Birmingham, AL July 15 – 18.
Bill Knous and Henry Walters, Leads in Cyber Security, will be joined by Lauren Thew, Client Solutions Director, and Angela Jackson, Research and Development Tax Services Manager in representing BCP at this year’s NITSL conference. Our booth this year will focus on our Cyber Security and Technology solution areas. The NITSL conference was created to help coordinate a consistent direction in industry wide initiatives and serve as an interface for communications with regulators and industry groups. NITSL is a topical area within the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) and focuses on four key core process initiatives distinct to nuclear power generation: Software Quality Assurance (SQA); Cyber Security for Nuclear Power Reactors; Digital Control Systems; and Infrastructure and Applications.
Utility Working Conference and Vendor Technology Expo – Amelia Island, FL August 4 – 7.
Once again, BCP will be having a booth at the UWC to provide insight into our innovative solutions for companies that includes demonstrations of our virtual and augmented technology solutions. The team will include our Greg Lormand, President; Bill Knous, Executive Director, Projects; Brent Matherne and Lauren Thew, Client Solution Directors; Al Casas, Technology Lead; Chris Staubus, Technical Consultant; and John Mahoney; Corporate Projects.
BCP will be leading a 90-minute breakout session ion the Technology Track, joined by several of our technology partners – EON and KAP Services. The Breakout Session is titled:
Embracing Technology and Its Transformational Impact
How will the existing nuclear generation plants play in the energy markets of tomorrow? With utility customers wanting safe, reliable, green and efficient energy, what is nuclear’s long-term role in delivering on these demands and how can nuclear plants embrace innovative technologies that will have a major long-term transformational impact on plant sustainability. These questions will be discussed and answered with an infusion of lessons learned and example case studies from within and outside the energy industry in leveraging, implementing, and managing technological innovation and culture shift. The coming changes within your operations will redefine the manner with which your staff, contractors, and partners, will work and prosper in the new energy future.