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Since its inception in 1983, ENERCON has been a leading provider of emergency preparedness services for the nuclear power industry. From Three Mile Island to Fukushima, ENERCON has a long history of supporting EP programs and helping our clients effectively manage evolving technical and regulatory challenges. ENERCON also has the singular expertise necessary to address client needs in all phases of the lifecycle; from design, to construction, to operation and decommissioning. 

ENERCON's staff includes of over 1,500 experienced professionals with advanced degrees, professional licenses and certifications. Our key ENERCON Emergency Preparedness Services staff average over 20 years of experience.

The ENERCON Emergency Preparedness Services staff is a multi-disciplined group of professionals with decades of commercial nuclear experience in:

  • Emergency preparedness program development & implementation (former fleet and station EP managers)
  • Plant operations (formerly licensed Senior Reactor Operators)
  • Training program development, implementation & presentation (former Instructional Technologists)
  • Licensing & Regulatory Affairs (licensing engineers/managers, former Nuclear Energy Institute senior project managers)
  • Radiation protection (Certified Health Physicists)
  • Engineering support (licensed Professional Engineers)
  • Information Technology (various ANSI accredited certifications)

ENERCON provides a broad range of services including developing or upgrading Emergency plans and procedures, developing or enhancing training for the Emergency Response Organization, writing scenarios for and provided support for the conduct and evaluation of emergency plan drills and exercises, upgrading the design of emergency operations facilities, completing studies of shift staffing, emergency notification systems, dose projection, and potential impacts of multi-plant accidents.  ENERCON also helps clients complete detailed self-assessments on the effectiveness of emergency preparedness programs.