Michael Friebel is a graduate engineer and a recognized expert for the release of terrain and handover of buildings in the supervised area of nuclear facilities. He oversees the entire process, from planning of sampling and measurements, documentation, evaluation of radiological analyses according to StrlSchV, to training of qualified personnel. Since 2019, Michael Friebel has been responsible for release of terrain and handover of buildings at the Stade nuclear power plant. His quick perception, solution-oriented approach, and his ability to make optimum use of available resources and skills make him a highly valued expert in Stade. The topic is important for all operators of nuclear facilities, so in the future, more customers will want to and can rely on the expertise and good reputation of Michael Friebel and his team. Michael Friebel studied power engineering at the Technical University of Dresden with a focus on thermal and nuclear energy engineering. Since then, Michael Friebel can also look back on several successful projects in various fields ranging from the optimization of IT interfaces, the conceptual design of pilot plants in thermal recycling, to the development and supervision of a large number of radiological measurement concepts.
- Evaluation and documentation of radiological analyses
- Project management for the handling of release and handover
- Optimization of documentation and filing systems