Extracts from an article by Rhiannon Curry, business reporter for The Telegraph.
“The Government is so concerned about the global threat to nuclear power stations that it is seeking a company to provide security training to foreign operators.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has published a £6m tender for a private company to deliver what it calls a National Security Culture Programme. It is part of a wider push to make sure that chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear materials are out of reach to terrorist groups or hostile states.
The successful company will be sent to overseas nuclear facilities to deliver training on attack prevention by helping organisations to increase security and better protect sensitive information. According to the tender documents, found by procurement company Tussell, the job will be aimed at overseas civil nuclear sites.”
Read the full article on The Telegraph website.