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5th European Radiation Protection Week (ERPW)
22-24 November 2021, Vienna/Austria
Registration deadline: 31 October 2021 (23:59 Vienna time)
Abstracts can be submitted before 31 July 2021 (23:59 Vienna time). All abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee until 6 September 2021. Notifications will be sent to the submitters before 20 September 2021.
For further information: https://www.euramed.eu/erpw/
10 years after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident, IRSN invites the participants of this workshop to discuss the results of different research projects in the domain of Social Sciences and Humanities. These projects aimed at understanding and drawing lessons from this major accident. They were conducted by IRSN in the framework of the AGORAS Project cofounded by the French Nuclear safety and radiation protection research program.
These research projects highlight the question of developing the nuclear safety organisations capability to tackle the unpredictable during the crisis management and at the time of the design of the plants
- Involvement in a hostile environment: lessons learnt from the Fukushima Daiichi accident – Olivier Isnard, Elsa Gisquet
- Tackling the unpredictable through crisis exercises – Elsa Gisquet, Patricia Dupuy, Said Khemlie
- After Fukushima, restoring confidence in the robustness of French nuclear plant – Mathias Roger, Olivier Loiseau
Preventing the accident in the daily operation of plant – Nicolas Dechy, Hervé Bodineau
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The mission of SHARE is to stimulate the integration of social sciences and humanities (SSH) in research, practice and policy related to ionizing radiation, including, for example: radiation protection, low dose risk, radioecology, emergency preparedness and response, dosimetry, medical applications, radioactive waste management, nuclear energy production, safety, NORM, site remediation etc.
To this end, SHARE structures and enhances dialogue at the European level and beyond, among the different stakeholders, fostering the sharing of knowledge and information among various disciplines working on aspects of ionizing radiation.