Workshops

NERIS-TP dissemination Workshop - 22-24 January 2014, Oslo (Norway)

320px-Akershus festningThe Euratom NERIS-TP research project on “Preparedness for Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Response and Recovery” starded in February 2011. The objectives of the project were firstly to solve urgent research needs such as the implementation of the new ICRP recommendations in the simulation models, the coupling of decision support systems such as ARGOS and RODOS to early notification systems and to carry out research activities to improve emergency management on the local and the national level, and secondly to support the operation of the NERIS Platform in order to make it sustainable in the long term.

The NERIS-TP dissemination workshop has allowed to present the results of the NERIS-TP project and to bring together best practice, knowledge and technology to enhance the preparedness for Europe’s response to any radiation emergency and recovery situation.

Please see hereinafter the program of the meeting and the presentations

22 January 2014: Stakeholder engagement in Europe and Japan

  1. Presentation by michel hugon (ec project officer)
  2. Local-national cooperation in emergency preparedness – Astrid Liland, NRPA
  3. Description and evaluation of national-local processes – Gilles Heriard-Dubreuil, MUTADIS
  4. The Spanish experience with local-national fora – 4. Eduardo Gallego, UPM, 4B. Rafael Vidal Ibars, Mayor of Asco
  5. The French experience with local-national fora – 5. Stéphane Baudé, MUTADIS, 5B.Yves Lheureux, ANCCLI
  6. The Norwegian experience with local-national fora – 6. Inger Margrethe Eikelmann, NRPA, 6B. Ole Lorang Bøklepp, Fredrikstad municipality
  7. The Slovak experience with local-national fora – 7. Tatiana Duranova, VUJE, 7B. Eduard Metke, Slovak Nuclear Regulatory Authority, A, 7C. Igor Gogora, Municipality Kalna nad Hronom, GMF member
  8. The Belarus experience with post-accident management and stakeholder involvement – 8. Viktor Averin, RIR, 8B. Anna Bobrinyova, Bragin executive committee, 8C. Zhanna Chubsa, Bragin district eco-club “Into the Future with Hope”
  9. Japanese experience in stakeholder involvement:
  10. NERIS Working Group on processes and tools for community level – Deborah Oughton, NMBU
  11. The value of exchange visits – Tatiana Duranova, VUJE
  12. Transversal analysis of national-local processes – Stéphane Baudé, MUTADIS
  13. Discussion sessions in smaller groups on the experience gained and the views on the way forward – Introduction by Gilles Heriard-Dubreuil, MUTADIS

23 January 2014: Improved Tools, Demonstration exercise

  1. Functions of decision support systems (JRodos as an example): Overview and new features and products –Wolfgang Raskob, KIT
  2. System demonstration and simulation capabilities: series of demonstrations and presentations:
  3. System demonstration and simulation capabilities: series of demonstrations and presentations:
  4. Use of simulation capabilities of the ERMIN by Japanese after Fukushima – Yoshiaki Totoki, IGES and Prof. Murayama, Tokyo Institute of Technology
  5. Stakeholders engagement and involvement in nuclear emergency preparedness:
  6. Use of JRODOS as scenario preparation tool for exercises - guided JRODOS user training – Claudia Landman, Dmytro Trybushnyi, KIT
  7. Round table and discussion on use of JRodos in the process of national-local preparedness

24 January: Way forward for building national resilience

  1. Feedback from discussion groups on January 22
  2. Feedback from discussions on January 23
  3. Panel discussion with international organisations
  4. Public uptake of Science - Frank Kitching, International Safety research
  5. Organization and activities of the NERIS platform – Its perspectives – Thierry Schneider, CEPN
  6. NERIS Strategic Research Agenda – Johan Camps, SCK.CEN
  7. PREPARE Project – Wolfgang Raskob, KIT
  8. Plenary discussion session on way forward
  9. Concluding remarks – Astrid Liland, NRPA and Wolfgang Raskob, KIT

 

NERIS-TP dissemination Workshop - 22-24 January 2014, Oslo (Norway)

22th-24th January 2014

Akershus Castle (Wikipedia, by: Pudelek (Marcin Szala), licence: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0) The Euratom NERIS-TP research project on “Preparedness for Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Response and Recovery” starded in February 2011. The objectives of the project were firstly to solve urgent research needs such as the implementation of the new ICRP recommendations in the simulation models, the coupling of decision support systems such as ARGOS and RODOS to early notification systems and to carry out research activities to improve emergency management on the local and the national level, and secondly to support the operation of the NERIS Platform in order to make it sustainable in the long term.

The NERIS-TP dissemination workshop will allow to present the results of the NERIS-TP project and to bring together best practice, knowledge and technology to enhance the preparedness for Europe’s response to any radiation emergency and recovery situation.

Actors in emergency and recovery preparedness and management from all levels and sectors are encouraged to participate in this workshop.

Download the Program of the Workshop (PDF)

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NERIS Topical Workshop - Madrid 2013

This Topical Workshop has been organised at the initiative of the NERIS Working Group on Contaminated Goods, focussing on international experiences in the management of contaminated foodstuff and other goods after Chernobyl and Fukushima accidents and particularly in Japan, Belarus, Norway and the UK: experts and other stakeholders from these countries have been invited for presenting their feedback on these issues. International organisations (e.g. IAEA, EC, FAO, NEA-OECD) were also expected to share their recent international experiences in the management, monitoring and radioactivity control of goods coming from Japan. At the end of the workshop, a round table has been organised to discuss the lessons learned and challenges for the management of contaminated goods.

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NERIS Topical Workshop - 22 May 2013, Madrid (Spain)

This Topical Workshop has been organised at the initiative of the NERIS Working Group on Contaminated Goods, focussing on international experiences in the management of contaminated foodstuff and other goods after Chernobyl and Fukushima accidents and particularly in Japan, Belarus, Norway and the UK: experts and other stakeholders from these countries have been invited for presenting their feedback on these issues. International organisations (e.g. IAEA, EC, FAO, NEA-OECD) were  also expected to share their recent international experiences in the management, monitoring and radioactivity control of goods coming from Japan. At the end of the workshop, a round table has been organised to discuss the lessons learned and challenges for the management of contaminated goods.

Please see hereinafter the program of the meeting and the presentations:

  1. Opening - Michel Hugon
  2. Introduction - Jean-François Lecomte
  3. The management of contaminated food in Norway following the Chernobyl accident - Lavrans Skuterud
  4. The management of contaminated sheep in North Wales and Cumbria regions in the UK following the Chernobyl accident - Anne Nisbet
  5. The evolution of the management of agricultural products in Belarus following the Chernobyl accident - Iossif Bogdevitch
  6. The European Union Framework for the management of contaminated goods - Augustin Janssens
  7. IAEA work programme on the control of foodstuff and commodities - Igor Gusev
  8. International standards with regard to restriction/replacement of contaminated food, milk and drinking water in the accident State/affected States - Vladimir Kutkov
  9. The national framework for the management of foddstuff in Japan following the Fukushima accident - Nobuyuki Hamada
  10. Activities of the join FAO/IAEA Division related to Fukushima, including recent initiatives with the join FAO/WHO Codex Alimentarius Commission concerning thereview of the Codex Guideline Levels for radionuclides in food - Ivancho Naletoski
  11. Surface-contaminated non-food goods in the Netherlands after distant nuclear accidents - Teun van Dillen
  12. Lessons learned from Fukushima by a Member State decision-maker: how to manage a post-accidental situation taking into account scientific and political considerations - David Brouque
  13. First lessons on the management of agricultural products in the Fukushima Prefecture - Ishii Hideki and Ryota Koyama

1st NERIS Workshop - Bratislava 2012

The first NERIS Workshop on "Preparedness for Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Response and Recovery: Implementation of the ICRP Recommendations" has been organised in Bratislava, Slovak Republic between the 6th and 8th of February 2012. 88 persons from 26 different countries participated.

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