Over the 40+ years of its life, TRIUMF has always put a strong emphasis on safe working practices to protect the health of its workers, its neighbours, and the environment.
Recently, TRIUMF implemented a formal Quality Management System (QMS), the design of which is guided by international standards such as ISO 9000. The goal was to create and implement a system that works for a unique environment like TRIUMF and that allows us to objectively demonstrate to ourselves, our users, and our regulator - the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission - that we have a safe, efficient, and productive research environment. This system is still evolving and will continue to improve our ability to deliver reliable value to the larger community.
Additional information can be found here (special authorisation required from off-site):
Everything you need to know about creating, editing, reviewing and approving controlled documents.
Information about reporting nonconformities, corrective actions and TapRooT investigations.
Review your own and your subordinates training records. Register to view online courses.
Review your active and outstanding purchase requisitions.
Useful information about engineering design, manufacture, assembly and comissioning.
Information for researchers regarding proposing, reviewing, approving and scheduling an experiment.
Lookup the calibration status of your measurement equipment.
The TRIUMF annual objectives and the internal audit schedule.
Bringing someone new on-site? Find the forms you need to complete here.
Review the operations maintenance schedules and shutdown lists, file work permits and fault reports, read the operations e-log.
Lessons learned from TapRooT investigations and practices in continuous improvement.
Keep up on the latest developments as TRIUMF moves towards a Project Oriented Management System.
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