Synergy Challenge 2018
NB Power’s Power Reactor Operating Licence granted by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission for the Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station (PLNGS) requires a full-scale emergency exercise to be held every three years.
NB Power’s partner for emergency response to an emergency with off-site implications is the New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization (NB EMO).
Together, NB Power and NB EMO are holding a multi-tier and jurisdiction emergency exercise on October 3 and 4, 2018 called Synergy Challenge 2018.
This exercise will test emergency preparedness, response and recovery capabilities and decision making by NB Power and NB EMO. This exercise will demonstrate the collaborative effectiveness, response and recovery capabilities of NB Power, NBEMO, and emergency response partners.
The top level objectives for Synergy Challenge 2018 include:
- Validating the preparedness of NB Power, PLNGS, government and non-government organizations and agencies to respond to a nuclear emergency
- Test the interoperability of participating organizations and coordination of response and recovery efforts
- Validate current on-site and off-site Nuclear Emergency Plans
- Produce a joint evaluation report on the interoperability, coordination, and integration of participating organizations during a simulated nuclear emergency at PLNGS.
Synergy Challenge 2018 will demonstrate overall preparedness for a nuclear emergency. It will ensure NB Power and the Government of New Brunswick, through NB EMO and other departments, are aligned and well-rehearsed in emergency response activities.
Contact Marie-Andrée Bolduc at (506) 458.3212 or email@example.com.
ST. GEORGE OPEN HOUSE
Join us for an Open House at the NB Power facility in St. George to learn about emergency preparedness for the Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station.
The facility serves as a joint emergency operations center for NB Power and the New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization. During the Open House, you’ll have an opportunity to tour the facility and learn about the full-scale emergency exercise, Synergy Challenge 2018, which will take place October 3-4, 2018.
Light refreshments will be provided. We hope to see you there!
August 29, 2018
4:00 to 7:00 p.m.
NB Power Facility
(Former Corey Feeds Building)
3 Magaguadavic Drive,
St. George, NB
If you have questions about the event, please contact:
Manager, Community Affairs and
Nuclear Regulatory Protocol
Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station