Are you using the correct QA processes? What is the best one for your business?
Quality Assurance (QA) is an integral part of the production process in the nuclear industry. QA in nuclear component manufacture has been a manual “paper intensive” process involving large “history dockets” that track the origin of materials and subcomponents and monitor the processes used in manufacturing, assemble, and testing. Some nuclear component fabricators are working to “digitize” QA processes to enable remote inspection and to ensure the immutability of QA records using blockchain technology.
The OCNI Advanced Technologies and Process Council (ATP) is sponsoring this webinar as part of an “ATP Webinar Series” that will inform OCNI members about the applications of new technologies to improve efficiency, ensure quality, and reduce costs across the nuclear supply chain.
Join OCNI and a panel of experts from Nuvia Canada, Brotech Precision CNC Inc., and ANRIC Enterprises Inc., on October 25, 2021, at 10:00 – 11:00 am EDT as we discuss the importance of Electronic QA in the nuclear industry.
The task of engineering is to make it work once; the task of quality assurance is to make it work all the time.
Thank you to our main event sponsor: ANRIC Enterprises Inc.

OCNI's ATP Webinar: Electronic QA Processes

  • Monday Oct 25 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Virtual