MCM accredited with ISO 9001 (Quality Management) and ISO 27001 (Information Security)

12th April 2022

Certified Quality At MCM, we recognise the importance of quality in everything we do. As part of our aim to continuously improve, we have recently been working with The British Assessment Bureau to implement a Business Management System which supports our business processes. MCM has been compliant with the standards outlined in ISO 9001:2015 …

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Cyber Essentials Certification 2021

8th February 2021

Cyber Essentials is a Government backed scheme designed to guard against the most common internet based cyber security threats and allows organizations of all sizes to demonstrate their commitment to cyber security. These basic security controls are: Firewalls Secure Configuration Access Controls Malware Protection Patch Management   From April 1st 2020 IASME became the …

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UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority Knowledge Management Framework

7th December 2020

MCM and their partners Arup are delighted to have been re-selected to be the sole providers of knowledge management services to the NDA Estate.  Knowledge Management is a key enabler of safe, secure, efficient and effective management of the UK’s civil nuclear liability, from decommissioning to disposal. For further details see the brochure below: …

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Cyber Essentials Certification 2020

10th February 2020

Cyber Essentials is a UK government scheme that sets out 5 basic security controls to protect organisations against around 80% of common internet cyber attacks. These basic security controls are: Firewalls Secure Configuration Access Controls Malware Protection Patch Management For the fourth year running our certification was assessed and approved by IT Governance Ltd. A …

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MCM achieves Cyber Essentials Certification

4th February 2019

For the third year running MCM has been able to demonstrate our commitment to cyber security by achieving the standard required for Cyber Essentials Certification.  This standard confirms that we have the necessary security controls in place to reduce the threat of cyber attack by an estimate 80%. Our certification was assessed and approved by …

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Jake Kinghorn-Mills Joins MCM

9th April 2018

MCM is pleased to announce that Jake Kinghorn-Mills joined the team on 2 April 2018 as part of his two-year, EU-sponsored, nuclear energy MSc. After graduating from Cardiff University with a 1st class Physics degree.  Jake spend four years working on systems, testing and integration engineering in the defence sector. With a desire to focus on the …

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MCM Renews Cyber Essentials Certification

19th January 2018

MCM are keen to demonstrate our commitment to cyber security in order to keep our IT systems and data as secure as possible.  We have again applied for and obtained Cyber Essentials Certification to show that security controls have been implemented according to UK government guidelines.  Thus reducing the threat of cyber attacks by an …

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Donation to Shelter

12th January 2018

This winter MCM has donated £1,000 to Shelter.  Homelessness is an emergency all year round, but even more dangerous in winter and cold weather.  Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness by giving advice, support and legal services. They campaign to make sure that, one day, no one …

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INTERNATIONAL PEER REVIEW FOR DIRECT DISPOSAL OF SPENT FUEL IN TAIWAN

12th November 2017

Tara recently returned from Taiwan and completed work as part of the team for the International Peer Review of the “Technical Feasibility Assessment Report on Spent Nuclear Fuel Disposal” 2017 study, in the role of an expert reviewer and scientific writer. Working with our long-time friend and MCM-associate Prof. Alan Hooper and expert colleagues …

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It’s not all about work…Ellie Scourse qualifies as a yoga teacher!

20th December 2016

Ellie Scourse has recently qualified as a yoga teacher, so if anyone is feeling inflexible, stiff or in pain from sitting at their desks reading radioactive waste management reports, then maybe yoga would help! It’s now recognised that sitting for long periods of time is bad for your physical and mental health. Moving is …

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MCM are Recruiting – Principal Scientist/Engineer

MCM are looking for an enthusiastic and experienced Principal Scientist/Engineer to join our dynamic team!   2017 is set to be an exciting year for MCM, please have a look at the job description, and get in contact if you’re interested!  Email ellie.scourse@mcmenvironmental.co.uk   job-description-principle-engineer-scientist-2016  

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Happy Christmas from MCM

12th December 2016

Everyone at MCM Environmental Services Ltd would like to wish you a very Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year. We’d like to thank you all for your support this year and we look forward to working with you in 2017! To see how we’ve been celebrating click on the video below…NB: Christmas silliness warning …

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Professor Neil Chapman to be conferred as Emeritus Professor

18th October 2016

The University of Sheffield have announced they will confer the title of Emeritus Professor on Neil Chapman with effect from 1st January 2017 in recognition of his most distinguished services and contribution to the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at this University. The title is awarded to retired Professors who have made an …

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MCM gains Cyber Essentials Certification

26th August 2016

What is Cyber Essentials? The Cyber Essentials scheme has been developed by Government and industry.  It provides businesses small and large with clarity on good basic cyber security practice. The scheme outlines the basic controls an organisation should implement to mitigate the risk from common internet based threats.  It allows a company to demonstrate …

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Celia Wighton – on work experience

23rd August 2016

Celia Wighton is a Geology student from Brighton University, she recently joined the MCM team in Bristol for work experience. She was involved in collating information for a site characterisation project for a low/intermediate level radioactive waste disposal facility, and joined a workshop at RWM on inlet cell design options. For find out more …

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