20-24 March 2017
This training course focuses on the early to intermediate phases after a nuclear/radiological accident, and addresses the state of the art in nuclear and radiological emergency management including the international recommendations, the lessons learned from the Fukushima accident.
This includes, but is not limited to, principles of intervention; radiological evaluations; decision-support tools; different aspects of planning and organization in off-site emergency response; economic, social and psychological impact. The European and international dimension is addressed through lectures on Community legislation and international data and information exchange.
The course is organized in collaboration with the main European emergency management actors and the European platform NERIS (Preparedness for Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Response and Recovery)
The course is mainly targeted towards technical and radiological advisors, staff responsible for the overall emergency organisation and policy, such as civil protection officers and environmental protection officers, either entering the domain or being interested in refreshing the basics and getting acquainted with latest developments in the field. A basic knowledge of radiation protection is recommended.
This 5-day training course is provided from 09h00 to 17h00, including two coffee breaks and lunch.
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