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June 15
Idaho Falls Office:

BHI Energy
P.O. Box 3528
Idaho Falls, ID 83403
 
Jody Nix, Program Manager, BHI Operations
Phone: 208-227-0232
Cell: 208-520-7144
Fax: 208-227-0235
 
Lethea Davis, Sr. Recruiter - BHI
Direct Line: 508-591-1393
Office: 800-225-0385 ext. 1393
Cell:  774-260-0952
Fax: 782-780-3588
 
Butch Smith, Director of Operations 
Phone: 1-800-225-0385 ext. 1371
Cell: 774-454-1742

 

June 15
Idaho National Laboratories:

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About INL
INL is a multiprogram, federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) emphasizing applied engineering to provide solutions for use across the DOE complex, as well as regionally, nationally, and world wide.
 
In operation since 1949, the Idaho National Laboratory is a government reservation located in the southeastern Idaho desert. At 890 square miles (569,135 acres), the INL Site is roughly 85 percent the size of Rhode Island. It was established in 1949 as the National Reactor Testing Station, and for many years was the site of the largest concentration of nuclear reactors in the world. Fifty-two nuclear reactors were built, including the U.S. Navy's first prototype nuclear propulsion plant. During the 1970s, the laboratory's mission broadened into other areas, such as biotechnology, energy and materials research, and conservation and renewable energy.
 
Mission
Ensure the nation's energy security with safe, competitive, and sustainable energy systems and unique national and homeland security capabilities.
 
Vision
By 2015, INL will be the pre-eminent nuclear energy laboratory with synergistic, world-class, multi-program capabilities and partnerships.

June 15
Training:

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Incoming Training Requirements:
DOE CORE - a valid DOE SITE issued Core Card showing core training completion within the last 2 years, to include an official stamp, and contact information for the verifiable DOE site that issued the card. This is necessary in the event that the INL Regulatory Training Department is asked to verify the validity of the card, or if a card replacement is necessary.
 
DOE Core cards issued by non-DOE entities or private companies will not be accepted at the INL Site.
 
If you do not possess a valid core card, study guides will be provided and the INL site will proctor the exam.
 
NOTE: If you have a verifiable current NRRPT, you are exempt from taking the CORE examination. You will still be required to take the site-specific academics exam.

 

June 15
Personal Protective Equipment:

ANSI certified safety shoes (steel or composite toe) are required while working in the field at all Site facilities.
 
Protective eyewear that fully complies with ANSI Z87.1 requirements.
 
Helmet protection that fully complies with ANSI Z89.1 -2003 Type 1 requirements.
 
Safety vest with reflective stripes.

June 15
Idaho Falls Relocation Information:

Idaho Falls is located in the heart of some of the world's best known recreation areas including Yellowstone and Grand Teton National parks, Targhee, Sun Valley, Henry's Lake, Craters of the Moon, the Sawtooths, Island Park, Jackson Hole, and several national forests.
 
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