Employers & Unions
Scheme Employers, Trade Unions and Specified Companies
Scheme Employers, Trade Unions and Specified Companies The Scheme is operated by agreement between the participating employers and their trades' unions. These are listed below, together with links to each organisation's own website.
Note: these sites may not necessarily provide information on this Compensation Scheme
Research Sites Restoration Ltd (RSRL) removed as RSRL and Magnox Ltd. have merged to form a single organisation operating as Magnox Limited.
The Union of Construction Allied Trades and Technicians Union UCATT merged with UNITE 1st January 2017.
9th October 2017 AMEC Foster Wheeler became part of Wood plc
Trades' unions Appendix 1 (Note this also includes staff associations)
Civil Nuclear Police Federation
Defence Police Federation
The First Division Association
The Public and Commercial Services Union PCS
UNITE (formerly Amicus, TGWU. Includes members of UCATT who merged with UNITE 1st January 2017)
The following “Specified Companies” have received groups of employees who have been transferred out of a Scheme employer; such individuals may continue to be eligible to submit a claim under the scheme.
BNFL Engineering Ltd
[to December 2002 only]
Nuclear Liabilities Management Co Ltd.
I T Services Ltd
[to December 2002 only]
CSC, but only in relation to employees transferring from BNFL and/or I T Services Ltd, and from the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority in May 2009. The CSC I.T contract was taken over by ATOS on the 1st October 2012 with the exception of staff who transferred from UKAEA to CSC in May 2009, who were primarily based at Harwell and Dounreay who remain with CSC.
International Nuclear Services (INS) Ltd
Westlakes Research (Trading) Ltd Westlakes Scientific Consulting
Ricardo – AEA Ltd (formerly AEA, previously, AEA Technology Ltd)
8th November 2012
Nuvia Ltd (formerly RWE Nukem
Rolls Royce Nuclear Engineering Services, but only in relation to employees transferring from the UKAEA
[to 7 February 2002]
Mitsui Babcock, but only in relation to employees in the Plant Decommissioning Services team at Dounreay.
AMEC NNC Ltd, but only in relation to employees transferring from the UKAEA In November 2014 AMEC became Amec Foster Wheeler PLC. 9th October 2017 AMEC Foster Wheeler became part of Wood plc
[from February 1997]
(from April 2008 to March 2012) see BNS Nuclear Services Ltd listing below]
British Energy plc was re-registered to a limited Company on the 14th January 2005, as such it should be referred to as British Energy Ltd.
Johnson Controls Ltd, but only in relation to employees transferring from the UKAEA.
AMEC plc (formerly Serco Ltd from 10 September 2001 to 28 June 2012), but only in relation to employees transferring from Serco Group plc’s nuclear Technical Services who had previously transferred from AEAT Consulting to form the division known as Serco Assurance in September 2001 and January 2002, employees transferring from Magnox Electric Ltd to Serco Assurance in November 2005 and any employees of Serco in the period September 2001 to June 2012 (including new recruits) who were based or otherwise employed at any time on a UKAEA site, Risley, Devonport or Berkeley. In November 2014 AMEC became “Amec Foster Wheeler”. 9th October 2017 AMEC Foster Wheeler became part of Wood plc.
BAA Fire Service, but only in relation to the Harwell Fire Station Manager.
The Civil Nuclear Constabulary
British Nuclear Fuels plc (Company No. 5027024)
THESE COMPANIES ARISING FROM BNFL AND UKAEA RESTRUCTURING, APRIL 2005
British Nuclear Group Ltd
BNFL Uranium Asset Management Ltd
National Nuclear Laboratory (formerly Nexia Solutions Ltd)
Uranium Asset Management Ltd
Westinghouse Electric (UK) Ltd
Emcor, but only in relation to employees working at AWE plc
Inutec Ltd. (Formerly Waste Management Technology Ltd from 02 September 2006 to 06 October 2009)
[from 2nd September 2006]
Babcock Nuclear Limited (for BIL Solutions Ltd personnel) BIL Solutions Ltd created from BNFL/UKAEA restructure in April 2005. BIL merged with VTNS 31/03/2009. VTNS changed name to Babcock Nuclear Limited.
[to March 2012, see BNS Nuclear Services Ltd listing below]
Babcock Southern Holdings Limited (for British Nuclear Group Project Services Limited) BNG Project Services Ltd created from BNFL/UKAEA restructure in April 2005. Acquired by VT Group in January 2008. VT Group acquired by Babcock International Group in July 2010 to form Babcock Southern Holdings Ltd
[to March 2012, see BNS Nuclear Services Ltd listing below
BNS Nuclear Services Limited, but only in relation to employees transferring from UKAEA Limited, Babcock Nuclear Limited (but only for BIL Solutions Ltd personnel) and Babcock Southern Holdings Limited (for BNG Project Services Ltd personnel)
[from April 2012] On the 28th October 2013 Babcock Nuclear Services became Cavendish Nuclear
Capenhurst Nuclear Services CNS A URENCO Group subsidiary was formed 30/11/12 as a tenant on the UUK licensed site. The majority of CNS Radiation Workers were TUPE transferred from Sellafield Limited Capenhurst on 30/11/12.
Enrichment Technology (ET UK) Limited - ET UK, a subsidiary of Enrichment Technology Company (ETC) was formed on 1/10/03. ETC was a subsidiary of the URENCO Group until 2006 and since 2006 has been an independent joint venture of URENCO and Areva. For the purposes of the Compensation Scheme ET UK (based on the UUK nuclear licensed site) is classed as a subsidiary company of UUK. Other ETC subsidiaries are not classed as subsidiaries for the purposes of CSRLD.
URENCO ChemPlants (UCP) UCP, a subsidiary of the URENCO Group was formed on 1/7/07 and is based on the UUK nuclear licensed site. All UCP Radiation Workers continued to be UUK employees until their TUPE transfer on 1/1/10.
Coulport Site - Lockheed Martin UK Strategic Systems but only in relation to employees who TUPE transferred from the MOD
The employees of the URENCO UK Limited Fire & Rescue Service but only in relation to employees who TUPE transferred from URECNO UK Limited to Babcock International Resilience Emergency Services on 1 May 2013.