As part of a range of activities included in 'The Big Week!' all staff were able to view some of the new training rooms, experience the power station's new Visitor Centre and saw the launch of a suite of new training rooms, including a new safety centre to promote best safety practice at the site.
EDF Energy's mobile product service team were also on hand to provide information on EDF Energy's products and services, with the company pledging money to charity on behalf of staff signing up for EDF Energy's services. Station staff had voted enthusiastically for The Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance.
Martin said: "2013 is proving to be a year of celebration at Dungeness B, here we are marking the opening of several key facilities at the site which staff will be able to use to further enhance their learning and development around key areas such as safety. I am proud that staff have taken the opportunity to raise money for the vital service provided by the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance.
Jill Playle, Director of Communications at Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance, said: "It was fantastic to see the enthusiasm that the staff have for the Air Ambulance. We are very grateful for their support and the significant funds that they have raised. This will directly impact on the lives of those patients we attend on a daily basis and undoubtedly save lives." Martin and Rebecca holding the presentation cheque that has been forwarded to the Air Ambulance, with Maintenance and Chemistry holding the Air Ambulance flag.