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For this Darlington Refurbishment pipefitter, a strong safety mindset isn’t something left at work at the end of the day.
For Hunter Taylor, the key to blazing her own career path in the energy industry was having a great female role model - her mom.
The ION program works with an Indigenous employment agency Indigenous people build a career in the nuclear industry.
Refurbishment of Unit 2 is scheduled for completion in 2019, with all four units at Darlington refurbished by 2026.
OPG has identified a list of trades — including boilermakers, millwrights, pipefitters, electricians and carpenters — whose demand within the sector is likely to exceed supply within the next five to 10 years.
The new Indigenous jobs program is helping millwright apprentice Ben Shaughnessy start his nuclear career at OPG.
As the province approved refurbishing the second of Darlington’s four reactors, planning was already well underway to ensure this next phase of the project is a success.
This millwright defied gender expectations to forge a productive career in nuclear.
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