Reactor News

  • INSARR Mission to Jamaica

    Chris Heysel, Director Nuclear Operations and Facilities at McMaster University participates in IAEA Integrated Safety Assessment for Research Reactors (INSARR) as part of an expert team to assess the safety of the JM-1 reactor in Jamiaca. The five-member team comprised experts from Italy, Romania, the United States and Canada. The mission was successfully completed in 5 days and covered organizational and management issues as well as technical areas including the core conversion, safety assessment, operation and maintenance programmes, radiation protection, and emergency preparedness. Read More
  • McMaster Annual Training Event Engages the Community

    On Thursday March 16, 2017, McMaster Nuclear Reactor held its annual Type D Emergency Procedure Meeting.  Representatives from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, Hamilton Police, Hamilton Fire Department, Hamilton Public Health Services, Hamilton Paramedic Service, the City Emergency Management Office and senior administration from McMaster University attended the event to meet with personnel from nuclear Operations and Facilities and Health Physics whom are responsible for the emergency planning and response.  The Type D Emergency Procedure is part of the reactor’s Emergency Plan and Read More
  • McMaster NEUDOSE satellite team receives high praise at the Canadian Nuclear Association Conference 2017

    McMaster Nuclear Operations and Facilities partnered with the Radiation Sciences Graduate Program and the McMaster NEUDOSE satellite team at the Canadian Nuclear Association's 2017 conference to showcase the wide range of nuclear related activities occurring on the McMaster University campus. McMaster NEUDOSE is a team of 35 students designing, fabricating, and testing a one-of-a-kind radiation detector system to measure the types of radiation astronauts are exposed to during space flight. The Dosimetric Instrument for Near-Earth Orbit (DINO) provides the dose contributions from charged Read More
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