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05/12/2014 - EMI joins the National Skills Academy for Nuclear Manufacturing

East Midlands Instrument Company recently joined the National Skills Academy for Nuclear Manufacturing (NSAN-M) to further develop its competencies and capabilities in the nuclear industry. Keven Bingham, Managing Director of EMI said “As a company we recognise the potential growth associated with the new build nuclear industry as well as the support we can offer existing nuclear facilities. To prepare ourselves for the development of these large scale projects, EMI are actively developing our staff to work in this highly regulated environment.”

Founded in 1966 employing over 180 people, EMI is an electrical, instrumentation and mechanical contractor for the power generation (including nuclear), power distribution, rail, process and major hazards industries. Split in to three divisions EMI offer site installation services, a mechanical workshop producing safety critical fittings for the rail industry and an electrical workshop producing control panels and cable looms for the power and rail industry.

Peter Faccenda, Business Development Manager for NSAN-M commented said
“UK manufacturers can supply the majority of the specialist components for nuclear new build – but only with SME involvement, world class R & D, training and development and excellence in delivery. NSAN-M exists to support member manufacturers and guide them through the nuclear manufacturing skills landscape”.

The National Skills Academy for Nuclear Manufacturing (NSAN-M) is part of the National Skills Academy for Nuclear (NSAN),  an employer led membership organisation established to ensure that the whole UK Nuclear Industry and its supply chain has the skilled, competent and safe workforce it needs to deal with the current and future UK nuclear programme. NSAN puts employers at the forefront of skills solutions  enabling Skills Development for the Nuclear Industry, by the Nuclear Industry.

Keven went on to say “EMI have delivered a number of projects on nuclear power plants over our 48 year history. The value of the UK nuclear new build programme is forecast to be £45bn to deliver 16GW of electricity by 2025. It is estimated this industry will require an average of 10,000 more workers each year until 2025, of which an estimated 1,000 additional workers per year will be required from the manufacturing supply chain”.  


emi is a division of East Midlands Instrument Co. Ltd