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NEA WebChat with Dr Rita BaranwalNEA WebChat with Dr Rita Baranwal

The NEA WebChats provide leading figures in the nuclear sector an opportunity to share their personal insights with a global audience through in-depth conversations with NEA Director‑General William D. Magwood, IV, exploring current issues and offering new ways to address challenges. The NEA will host a WebChat on 14 May 2020 with Dr Rita Baranwal, Assistant Secretary for the Office of Nuclear Energy in the United States Department of Energy (DOE)幸运飞艇微信群产品. As a recognised leader in nuclear innovation, Dr Baranwal will draw on her personal experience and discuss effective leadership, encouraging innovation and improving gender balance in the nuclear sector. The event is free and open to the public with registration, and will feature a Q&A session.

Human aspects of nuclear safety:
Challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic

The ongoing COVID‑19 pandemic is having a major impact on the workforce around the world, from how people carry out their work under necessary social distancing rules to the unavailability of workers due to sickness or having to take care of others. The nuclear workforce is adapting to these unprecedented conditions and ensuring the safe and reliable generation of nuclear energy around the world. To explore how the nuclear sector is responding to the human and organisational challenges arising from the COVID‑19 pandemic, the NEA convened a special workshop on 9 April 2020 moderated by the NEA Director‑General William D. Magwood, IV. Watch the workshop recording here: oe.cd/nea‑covid‑19‑2.

NEA offices, March 2020Message from NEA Director-General Magwood

The crisis we face today is unlike any we have ever faced in the era of globalisation and interconnectiveness. All countries feel the impact, all economies are affected, all populations are under threat. The event is ongoing and, by most accounts, is likely to be with us for months. The nuclear sector, like all other areas of our modern society, is doing its part to reduce the number of infections. The world’s nuclear power plants are operating safely and effectively and are contributing to the reliable grids needed to power the untold millions who are teleworking, the families sheltering at home, and essential medical facilities operating far beyond their intended capacity. But while the energy flows, the sector itself is impacted by the pandemic and must quickly adapt to ever‑changing, unprecedented, and uncertain circumstances. Read more

Onkalo pilot cave at final depth in Onkalo, Finland.Advancing Geological Repositories from Concept to Operation

The Sixth International Conference on Geological Repositories (ICGR 2020) will take place on 8‑11 November 2020 in Helsinki, Finland. Building upon the previous conferences held in Denver (1999), Stockholm (2003), Berne (2007), Toronto (2012) and Paris (2016), ICGR 2020 will focus on "Advancing Geological Repositories from Concept to Operation" and demonstrate the significant progress of geological repositories in the last two decades. The event will bring together high level decision makers from responsible government ministries, regulatory bodies, waste management organisations, research institutes, and local stakeholders, as well as young professionals and students, to review current perspectives of geological repository development. It will show the progress made in the last two decades towards geologic disposal of radioactive waste by facilitating an exchange of information and experience. Participants will discuss various best practices in demonstrating technical reliability and share approaches in building human capacity, as well as in developing stakeholder confidence in the safety construction and operation of long term geological repositories. For more information and to register, please visit www.icgr2020.org.



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Legal Frameworks for Long-Term Operation of Nuclear Power Reactors,
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Nuclear Power Plant Operating Experience: from the IAEA/NEA International Reporting System for Operating Experience 2015-2017
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Nuclear Law Bulletin No. 103
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NEA News 37.2
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Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 13b
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