Pressrelease Tuesday, May 07, 2019
Once the scheduled restructuring of the OKG organisation is implemented on 1 October this year, there will be a redundancy in the organisation. The company and the white-collar unions have come to an agreement stating that the redundancy for the most part will be handled through voluntary agreements on termination of employment. In the long term, the organisation at OKG will consist of approximately 570 employees tasked with delivering climate efficient electricity from unit O3 in a safe and efficient manner, while at the same time the decommissioning and dismantling of units O1 and O2 will be completed.
Pressrelease Wednesday, March 13, 2019
In a final adaption of the OKG organization to the changed preconditions, which were decided in 2015, it is clear that there is a need for both new recruitment as well as notice of termination of some thirty posts.
News Tuesday, February 05, 2019
The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority has recently completed the reviews of two comprehensive OKG reports. The authority states that both reviews verify that the organisation at OKG is capable of running long-term operations in a safe manner in relation to radiation safety.
News Tuesday, January 22, 2019
The work on cutting the dismantled components from the reactor vessel at unit Oskarshamn 2 was recently completed, which means that yet another milestone in the radiological dismantling process was reached.
Pressrelease Monday, January 07, 2019
2018 turned out to be the best production year so far for unit Oskarshamn 3 (O3). The other units scheduled for dismantling and demolition, Oskarshamn 1 and 2, also reached historical milestones when the final spent fuel cask left unit O1 and the cutting of the internals at unit O2 was initiated.