When she left her house for work for the first time after the coronavirus lock down was announced, Kay Mulhatton felt nervous. While other people were urged to stay at home, as a key worker keeping one of our nuclear plants safe, Kay was asked to continue to come to work. It felt strange the first time I set off for work. I didn’t know what to expect. Thankfully, as time has moved on, things have felt more normal. Kay works 12-hour shifts in the vitrification plant. While the plant isn’t currently turning radioactive waste into glass, work in the facility cannot stop. This has a meant a change in Kay’s role.
Sellafield 18th May 2020 read more »