SRNS manages and operates the SRS site and laboratory with an emphasis on excellent project performance, safety, community relations, and cost savings. SRNS continues to meet or exceed SB contracting requirements.
SRNS has been proactive from day one, soliciting employees' cost-saving / performance-enhancement ideas, reinvigorating the SRS safety culture, and playing a pivotal role in creating and promulgating a future mission for the site vision.
Over the past four years, Fluor has led the standardization of procurement and implemented electronic workflows to improve management performance. The Fluor-led partnership is addressing and managing the required cultural transformation at SRS towards restoration of the NQA-1 diligence and best commercial practices with the goal of reducing the cost of performing work.
SRNS has been recognized continuously for a focus on safety in all of its deliverables.
In June 2011, The National Safety Council (NSC) presented the Savannah River Site's operating and managing contractor, SRNS, with two “Occupational Excellence Achievement Awards”. This is the third straight year that SRNS has received this NSC award.
In November 2011, (SRNS) received two top safety awards from the DOE Voluntary Protection Program (VPP), the Site's tenth DOE-VPP Star of Excellence Award.
In February 2012, SRNL employees passed a major milestone in safety performance: 10 million safe hours.
SRNS employees achieved 15 million safe work hours without a lost-time incident in 2013, surpassing a long-standing record.
Every year since being named a National Laboratory in 2004, SRNL has demonstrated the best safety record among all of the U.S. Department of Energy's national labs. SRNL is the U.S. Department of Energy's applied research and development national laboratory at the Savannah River Site. The management and operating contractor for SRS and SRNL is Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC (SRNS).
SRNS's M&O contract was renewed in September 2012 by the DOE for an additional 38 months.
In 2014, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions was presented with the DOE's Sustainability Award for new technology development.
SRNL is continuing its impressive record for safety. SRNL's safety record for 2014 once again places the laboratory as the safety leader in the DOE's network of National Laboratories.
In 2016, SRNS received their 15th DOE-VPP Star of Excellence, as well as the VPPPA Safety and Health Achievement Award.
In August 2016, Fluor announced that the DOE opted to extend the current management and operating contract at the SRS through July 2018.
In 2017, SRNS was announced as a Safety Award winner by the South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance for excellence in safety performance during 2016.
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