Comision Federal de Electricidad issued the following announcement on Sept. 3.
The series of meetings is part of the measures undertaken to fully comply with the recommendations of the World Association of Nuclear Operators The CFE Director General will receive daily reports and, in the company of specialists in the field, will make periodic visits to the central to inspect internal processes
As head of the safe and reliable operation of the Laguna Verde Nuclear Power Plant (CNLV), Manuel Bartlett Díaz, General Director of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), led a cycle of strategic meetings on the operation of the generating plant. This, as part of the measures undertaken to fully comply with the recommendations of the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO).
During the series of meetings, carried out over a period of 4 weeks, the CFE Director General was informed of the state that currently holds the nuclear power plant in terms of engineering, operation, performance, safety, maintenance programs, implementation schedules, measures and protocols.
As part of the actions to be taken to reach the highest international standards in terms of security protocols, Bartlett Díaz will receive daily reports on the operation of the nuclear power plant and, in the company of specialists, will make periodic visits to the CNLV to inspect the processes internal This, in order to maximize nuclear safety, equipment reliability, maintenance effectiveness, engineering and performance, as well as to optimize the generation of nuclear energy in the country.
It should be noted that during the month of May the Nuclear Safety Review Board was established, headed by the CFE Director General, in which mechanisms were established to diagnose, optimize and audit the surveillance, safety, maintenance and operability of the CNLV Through the meeting, which will meet every three months, greater attention, support and support will be provided for the safe and reliable operation of the generating plant.
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