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  • CFM Updates Employee Dose Assignments

    • Cameco Fuel Manufacturing

    An internal review of the process used since 2003 to calculate internal radiation dose for employees at Cameco Fuel Manufacturing (CFM) identified errors in the formula that resulted in small miscalculations of dose for some employees. Even with the recalculated internal doses, no CFM employee exceeded the regulatory dose limit for nuclear energy workers, and no employee has received a dose that has or is expected to pose any health issues.

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  • Community Forum Addresses the Buffer Zone Issue

    • Port Hope Conversion Facility
    • Cameco Fuel Manufacturing

    Approximately 65 people attended a community forum hosted by Cameco on Monday, November 19. The forum began with an overview of current operations, a summary of 2012 safety and environmental performance and an update on the Vision 2010/Vision in Motion project by Andy Thorne, vice-president of Cameco's fuel services division.

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  • Cameco Continues to Be a Top Employer

    • Blind River Refinery
    • Port Hope Conversion Facility
    • Cameco Fuel Manufacturing

    For the fourth consecutive time, Cameco has received the honour of being named one of Canada's Top 100 Employers in a national competition organized by Mediacorp Canada Inc. and published in The Globe and Mail.

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  • Cameco Releases 2012 Sustainable Development Report

    • Blind River Refinery
    • Port Hope Conversion Facility
    • Cameco Fuel Manufacturing

    The report measures Cameco's sustainability performance on 31 Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) indicators and four indicators unique to the corporation. The report also describes Cameco's approach to corporate social responsibility and provides examples detailing our performance.

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  • Port Hope Public Opinion Research Survey Report Summary

    • Port Hope Conversion Facility
    • Cameco Fuel Manufacturing

    The results of the 2012 community poll indicate that Cameco continues to have a firm foundation of public support among the majority of Port Hope residents; 89% of residents are supportive of Cameco continuing to operate in Port Hope and the majority are strongly supportive.

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