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2017 PROGRESS REPORT TO THE COMPENSATION SCHEME COUNCIL
From the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority Sites Compensation Scheme Management Board

The NDA Sites CSMB covers the following Sites / Employers :

Site Licensee (Also scheme service provider if not Licensee where stated)
Dounreay Dounreay Site Restoration Ltd (DSRL)
(Scheme service provided by UKAEA)
LLW Repository LLW Repository Ltd
(Scheme service supplied by Sellafield Ltd)

Oldbury power station
Wylfa power station
Trawsfynydd power station
Chapelcross power
Hunterston A
Berkeley
Bradwell
Dungeness A
Hinkley Point A
Sizewell A
Harwell
Winfrith




 

Magnox Ltd.









(previously RSRL Ltd)
(previously RSRL Ltd)




(Scheme service provided via Sellafield Ltd, except for Harwell and Winfrith where the Scheme service is provided by UKAEA

Sellafield and Calder works
Windscale.
Sellafield Ltd
Springfields. Springfields Fuels Limited

(Scheme service provided via Sellafield Ltd)

Springfields. Springfields Fuels Limited
(Scheme service provided via Sellafield Ltd)
Capenhurst URENCO UK Ltd
Culham (Scheme service provided by UKAEA)

With the exception of Culham and Capenhurst, these civil sites are owned by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) and are mostly focusing on decommissioning of nuclear power generation / reprocessing facilities, additionally Springfields site activities include fuel manufacture and the site is leased by NDA to Westinghouse Electrical Company LLC. Further information on the respective sites with links to Employer websites and further information can be can be found at http://www.nda.gov.uk/sites/

The Culham site is one of the world's leading fusion research laboratories and is owned and operated by the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) which is also responsible for the management of historic liabilities relating to past UKAEA operations. Further information on the Culham site can be found at http://www.ccfe.ac.uk/

The board has its origins in 1982 upon the creation of the Scheme with BNFL with other Employers joining over time such as the then UKAEA in 1987. Following industry changes in 2010 the Board was renamed to reflect the scope covered by the Board and NDA Sites.

Annual summary of progress (April 2016 - March 2017)

The NDA Sites CSMB has continued the successful operation of the Scheme and this report notes the key issues since last year’s report to Council. It has met twice during the year:

  • 35 claims have been submitted this financial year compared to 22 reported in the last progress report. The majority (26 of 35) new claims arising have been under the Morbidity Agreement.
  • At 15th June, 22 claims were ongoing through screening, of which 21 have been submitted within the financial year period. 10 claims are with Union representatives, awaiting closure/pursual
  • There are currently 23 successful cases progressing towards settlement/completion (17 identified via the 2009 retrospection review (14 BNFL/Sellafield Ltd, 2 UKAEA and 1 BNFL/UKAEA joint cases) plus 4 cases arising from the cataract retrospection (4 BNFL/SL) and 2 new cases identified this year.
  • 2 cases have been settled (all costs finalised and closed), both BNFL/SL claims, 1 from a new/recent submission, 1 arising from retrospection exercise

The CSMB continues to monitor the achievement of target timescales.

 

NDA Sites CSMB
15th June 2017

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