Helmets to Hardhats (H2H) has been notified that the Ontario Nuclear Industry will be requiring a significant number of skilled trades at Ontario Power Generation (OPG) at Darlington, Pickering generating stations and Bruce Power in Kincardine, Ontario. To apply to this specialized and high security industry, all registrants must have an approved Nuclear Industry Security Clearance Card.
Are you part of the military community and looking for a stable, well-paying career in the nuclear industry with one of the Building Trade Unions? (The Military Community includes Serving Military (Reg Force & Reserves), their families, Army, Sea & Air Force Senior Cadets & their Leadership (COATS & CIC Officers)
Helmets to Hardhats (H2H) has been notified that the Ontario Nuclear Industry will be requiring a significant number of skilled trades starting in 2021 at Ontario Power Generation (OPG) at Darlington, Pickering generating stations and Bruce Power in Kincardine, Ontario. To apply to this specialized & high security industry, all registrants must have an approved Nuclear Industry Security Clearance Card.
All H2H registrants desiring to obtain a security clearance card must request it through Mr. Normand Trepanier, H2H Deputy Director, who will forward your request to the appropriate Security Office. Within a few days, you will receive an ID number and a password to initiate your on-line security clearance application with the appropriate Nuclear facility.
The H2H Deputy Director is the sole authority to approve your mandatory Identification documents. These Security Clearances may take between five and seven weeks to process, so please apply ASAP.
Printable version : To obtain a Nuclear Industry Security Clearance
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) is very proud to announce that Helmets to Hardhats Canada was accepted as a supporting member of the Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) at the January 7 2022 OCNI board meeting.
“The H2H supporting membership will help build stronger ties between OCNI and H2H resulting in veterans finding good jobs and careers in some of the 220 OCNI member companies that supply goods and services to Canada’s nuclear industry that are playing a major role in helping Canada achieve its “Net Zero by 2050” GHG reduction target.” said OCNI President and CEO Dr. Ron Oberth. “We believe that Canada’s veterans will bring valuable skills, discipline, and teamwork to strengthen the Canadian nuclear supply chain”.
Read this great article on the OCNI website by Navdhaliwal about his father's transition from the military and why he is so passionate about encouraging Veterans to apply for careers in the Nuclear Industry.
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