Mr Jean Jalouneix (IRSN)
10/28/14, 9:00 AM
The presentation will focus on table top exercises which create an easy forum to merge safety and security issues and to allow training and open discussions between stakeholders on key points. The general statements and remarks resulting from the French experience in nuclear secutiry exercises will be shared and detailed in 4 main topoics : 1 the decision making process, 2 the coordination...
81. Meeting the challenge of the safety-security interface: IAEA’s role in supporting the enhance-ment of technical competence and support for nuclear security within Technical Support Organizations
Ms Rhonda Evans (IAEA)
10/28/14, 9:20 AM
Nuclear security and nuclear safety have in common the aim of protecting persons, property, society and the environment, in the case of safety from the harmful consequences of ionising radiation and in the case of nuclear security from the harmful consequences of a nuclear security event. Establishment of effective nuclear security measures require an understanding of the interface between...
Ms Yeonhee Hah (Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety)
10/28/14, 9:40 AM
This paper presents the main challenges faced by TSOs in communicating with the public. The Fukushima Daiichi Accident underlined the importance of effective communication during crisis situations and as well drew more attention to the need of improving day-to-day communication approaches. As all nuclear related organizations have been confronted with the same challenges, TSOs have also been...
Dr EIJA KARITA PUSKA (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland)
10/28/14, 10:00 AM
A typical TSO supporting both the regulator and industry is a TSO in a relatively small country that has only a few nuclear power plants in operation or in construction. The paper reflects and discusses the challenges met by such a TSO mainly using the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT) as the example case. In Finland the TSO role of VTT was born along with the construction of the...