Excellent learning and peer-to-peer networking opportunities with a cross-section of the nuclear industry.
The world’s first certified professional development programme for individuals in nuclear security management.
An extensive archive of information on nuclear security, both from WINS and from external sources.
Helping licensees assess the maturity of their security programme and measure their security culture effectiveness.
We welcome your suggestions for how we can improve our International Best Practice Guides, Academy modules and more. We also welcome your proposals for new guide and module topics, case studies you would like to share, and recommendations for publications that provide best practices and practical solutions for the challenges our members face.
If your organisation would like to host a WINS workshop, share the cost of a workshop, or provide us with a venue, please contact us. We would also like to hear your suggestions for new workshop topics and innovative workshop formats.
If your organisation is in a different field from nuclear security, but it shares similar challenges and synergies, we are interested in collaborating on workshops with you. For example, in September 2017 we co-hosted a workshop in Vienna with the civil aviation sector on how to benchmark security arrangements between the aviation and nuclear industries. In 2012 we hosted a workshop in Macaé, Brazil, that focused on the well logging industry, and in 2011 we collaborated with the De Beers Group on a workshop held in Johannesburg, South Africa, that focused on managing internal security threats in sensitive high value industries (such as diamonds).
We invite you to actively support the need for nuclear security professionals to become certified. For example, you could network informally with your colleagues about our programme; deliver presentations at special company events, conferences and roundtables; write and publish articles in company newsletters, blogs, and professional journals; and work with human resources and executive management to make certification a job requirement for specific positions.
We welcome your donations, and any amount is greatly appreciated. We also publicly recognise donors in our membership newsletter and on our website.
In the United States, WINS has a status that is equivalent to a 501(c)(3) charity; therefore, any donations made by a US organisation are tax-deductible. This equivalency has been verified by NGOsource. WINS has also been validated by CAF International.
We are always interested in offers of support through the placement of secondees at WINS. We ask the secondee to bring experience, enthusiasm and the commitment to make a real difference. Please contact us for additional information.