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IAEA Action Plan on Nuclear Safety
International Symposium on Nuclear Safety
Bratislava
14-15 March 2013
Lyn Bevington
Nuclear Safety Action Team
Department of Nuclear Safety and Security
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IAEA ACTION PLAN ON NUCLEAR SAFETY
Safety Vulnerabilities
Peer Reviews
Emergency Preparedness and
Response
Regulatory Bodies
Legal Framework
Embarking Countries
Capacity Building
Operating Organisations
IAEA Safety Standards
Communication
Protection of People +
Environment
Research + Development
12 Point Plan
Adopted by Board of Governors
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Endorsed by All Member States
Actions on IAEA Secretariat
Member States
Other Relevant Stakeholders
COMMUNICATION AND DISSEMINATION OF
INFORMATION
Action Plan
Achievements
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Strengthen the emergency
notification system
Enhance the transparency and
effectiveness of communication
among operators, regulators and
various international organizations
Review application of INES scale as a
communication tool
Organize international experts
meetings IEMs to analyse all relevant
technical aspects and learn the
lessons…….
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International Experts’ Meetings IEMs
• Reactor and Spent Fuel Safety
• Communication Effectiveness
• Seismic and Tsunami Hazards
• Decommissioning + Remediation
Future Activities
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Human + Organizational Factors May
2013
Radiological Assessments Early 2014
Effective Regulatory Systems
Conference Canada April 2013
“…At this (Fukushima Ministerial) Conference,
we will present a report outlining the
conclusions of the international expert
meetings held so far…”
INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS’ MEETINGS 1
Reactor and Spent Fuel Safety
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More attention on Mitigation
Defence in Depth
Severe accident management
Key systems for safe state
Extreme Earthquakes and Tsunamis
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Dry Site Concept
Combination of hazards
Periodic review of external hazards
Enhancing Communication
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Public communication should be early, clear and frequent
Plain language understandable to non-technical audiences
Clear policies for the use of all media, including new and social media
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INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS’ MEETINGS 2
Remediation and Decommissioning
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200 experts from 40 Member States
Improvements to
• Guidance,
• Sharing of knowledge and experience and
• Review services for planning of decommissioning and
remediation
Social, psychological and economic impacts
Targets for remediation of affected areas and populations
Development of end states and decommissioning strategies of
damaged facilities.
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RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Fukushima Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Safety
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Chairpersons Summary
IAEA Report
Plenary Session + 3 Working Sessions
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Lessons learned
Measures to strengthen nuclear safety
Protection of people and the environment
IAEA Comprehensive Report
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DG Amano September 2012
Publish 2014
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