Voici la dernière vidéo de Michèle Rivasi sur la sûreté nucléaire et le risque terroriste
On 29-30 June 2015, the European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group (ENSREG) has organised its third conference on nuclear safety, which took place at the European Commission in Brussels. The role of ENSREG is to help to establish conditions for continuous improvement and common understanding in nuclear safety and radioactive waste management.
This year, NTW’s members have been invited as speakers. Discover the videos of Michèle Rivasi, Jan Haverkamp, Nadja Zeleznik and the EU Commissioner, Miguel Arias Canete, who welcomed the EP&R report of NTW and stated the European Commission’s willingness to work closely with the civil society.
Introduction by Michèle Rivasi of the panel “Public engagement – the benefits and challenges of openness and transparency”
Speech of Jan Haverkamp: “Vital lessons from Fukushima not learned”
Speech of Nadja Zeleznik: “One year of investigation on emergency preparedness and response in Europe”
Closing speech of European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy, Miguel Arias Canete: “EU Strategy – the role of nuclear safety”
A half-day conference was organized in the European Parliament in Brussels to address the issue of the ageing of nuclear power plants in Europe and its impact on nuclear safety.
19th March 2014 in the European Parliament.
Download the minutes of the workshop.
Presentations of the speakers and video:
Session 1: Ageing processes
Technical characteritics of ageing processes and their impacts on nuclear safety, Simone Mohr, Senior Researcher, Okoinstintut (EN)
Simone Mohr, Okoinstitut – Nuclear plants… par nucleartransparencywatch
Related issues : ageing of human know-how, design and technology. What does the JRC do in this respect ?, Peter Haehner, Head of unit, Joint Research Center (EN)
Ageing of nuclear plants – Peter Haehner, JRC par nucleartransparencywatch
Session 2: Measuring the risk
GDF Suez/ Electrabel approach of the Long Term Operation in Belgium by Pierre Doumont, Group Senior Vice President, Nuclear Safety & Radiation Protection, GDF Suez (FR)
Ageing of Nuclear power Plants seminar – Pierre… par nucleartransparencywatch
Controls methods across Europe and recent developments by Noël Camarcat, Special Advisor for Nuclear R&D and international issues, EDF (EN)
Ageing of Nuclear power Plants seminar – Noël… par nucleartransparencywatch
Regulation and supervision of aging management in Swedish NPP by Lars Skanberg, head of the section for Reactor Technology and Structural Integrity, Swedish Radiation Safety Authority(EN)
Ageing of Nuclear power Plants seminar – Lars… par nucleartransparencywatch
Control of “Time-Dependent” safety, the role of ASN by Philippe Jamet, Commissioner, French Nuclear Safety Authority (EN)
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Session 3: Policy responses to Nuclear Power Plants ageing
Public participation in Plant Life EXtension discussions: Ecoclub experience by Andriy Martynyuk, Chair of the Board of the Eco Club Rivne (EN)
Ageing of nuclear power Plants seminar – Andriy… par nucleartransparencywatch
Long-term operation of NPPs: what to do at EU level? by Massimo Garribba, Head of Unit, European Commission DG ENER (EN)
Revision of the nuclear safety proposal.
Debate in the Industry Research and Energy committee of the European parliament, on the 12 of February 2014.
Focus-Association for Sustainable Development organised in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, on December 2 2013 a conference on »Nuclear Energy and Public Participation.
In his videotaped contribution the director of Slovene regulatory body (Slovenian Nuclear Safety Administration) Andrej Stritar presented activities of the Administration to inform the public and his view on expertise regarding seismological assessments of the site carried out in order to assess its adequacy to build new NPP. IRSN as one of the partners in consortium of 4 expert institutions involved in the assessment requested additional site investigations of the nearby geological fault Libna that in IRSN opinion might present a potential threat for safe operation of a nuclear power plant. In spite of consensus of the involved experts that the nature of the treat does not represent immediate risks to operation of NPP Krško the administration decided to publish all relevant documents regarding site assessment for the new NPP in order to avoid any accusations of having biased position on the issue.
Presentation of Nuclear Transparency Watch by Corinne Lepage, Member of the European Parliament (FR).