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NKS Fukushima Seminar 12-13 January 2016 in Stockholm


Nordic perspectives of Fukushima: Where are we now and where do we go? 

Joint NKS-R and NKS-B Seminar, Stockholm, 12-13 January 2016 


Program for 12/1-2016:

12:00 – 13:00 Registration  
   
13:00 – 13:45 Opening Session
(Chair: Siguršur M. Magnśsson, IRSA/NKS)  
   

Welcome:
Anders Wik (Vattenfall), Mats Persson (SSM) and Siguršur M. Magnśsson (IRSA/NKS) 

 

 

P01 

Invited no. 1: Lyn Bevington (IAEA)
on the IAEA Fukushima report and its implications for nuclear safety and emergency preparednes
  Questions to Invited  no. 1
   
13:45 – 14:45 Session I: Risk and preparedness
(Chair: Tarja Ikäheimonen, STUK)
 

 

P02 

Florian Gering (BfS)
– Updated emergency planning zones in Germany and the importance of release source term
 

 

P03

Andrew Wallin Caldwell (Lloyd's Register Consulting)
on the NKS-R activity L3PSA (Addressing off-site consequence criteria using Level 3 PSA)

 

 

P04 

Mark Dowdall (NRPA)
on the NKS-B NORCON activity (Nordic Nuclear Accident Consequence Analysis
  Questions and discussion on Session I
   
14:45 – 15:15

Coffee

   
15:15 – 16:15 Session II: Which is our tsunami?
(Chair: Patrick Isaksson, SSM)
 

 

P05

Juhani Hyvärinen (LUT)
on Nordic ”tsunamis” and defense-in-depth strengths and deficiencies
 

 

P06

Jan-Erik Holmberg (Riskpilot)
on the NKS-R activity MODIG (Modelling of digital I&C)
 

 

P07

Ludovic Fülöp (VTT)
on the NKS-R activity ADdGROUND (Modelling as a tool to augment ground motion data in regions of diffuse seismicity)

 

Questions and discussion on Session II

     
16:15 – 17:00 Session III: Hope for the best and prepare for the worst
(Chair: Inger Margrethe Eikelmann, NRPA)
 

 

P08

Jens Havskov Sųrensen (DMI)
on the NKS-B FAUNA activity (uncertainty of atmospheric dispersion modelling for emergency preparedness)
 

 

P09

Eldri Holo (NRPA)
on Regional Cooperation on Nuclear and Radiological EPR

  Questions and discussion on Session III
     
17:00 – 17:10 

Karin Andgren (Vattenfall/NKS) and Kasper Andersson (DTU/NKS):
Status and beyond from the NKS R and B programme 

 

 

P10 

Karin Andgren (Vattenfall/NKS)

on Status and beyond NKS-R programme

 

 

P11

Kasper Andersson (DTU/NKS)

on Status and beyond from the NKS-B programme

17:10 – 17:15  Summary and closure of day 1
(Siguršur M. Magnśsson (IRSA/NKS))
     
17:20 – 19:45 Seminar reception with ‘mingling’ and snacks
     

Program for 13/1-2016:

08:30 – 08:35 Intro to day 2 events
(Siguršur M. Magnśsson (IRSA/NKS))
     
08:35 – 09:50

SESSION IV: Nordic NPP safety progress after Fukushima
(Chair: Jorma Aurela, MEE)

 

 

P12

Invited no. 2: Tomi Routamo (STUK)
on Nordic reactor safety related progress (30 min.)
 

 

P13

Ove Nilsson (FKA) on
FOSH – Forsmark Safety Enhancement Project, Post-Fukushima actions at Forsmark NPP
 

 

P14

Pavel Kudinov (KTH)
on the NKS-R DECOSE activity (debris coolability and steam explosion)

 

Questions and discussion on Session IV

     
09:50 – 10:20

Coffee 

     
10:20 – 11:50

Session V: Measuring the right things
(Chair: Gķsli Jónsson, IRSA)

 

 

P15

Invited no. 3: Chris Clement (ICRP)
on reflections of the ICRP since the Fukushima accident on measurement requirements for different time phases (30 min.)

 

 

P16

Mark Dowdall (NRPA)
on the NKS-B MOBELRAD and GAMFAC activities (field exercises in Belarus)

 

 

P17

Jixin Qiao (DTU)
on the NKS-B RAPID-TECH activity (Application of rapid and automated techniques in radiochemical analysis)

 

 

P18 

Magnus Gårdestig (Linköping U.)
on the NKS-B activity SEMUNARS (use of unmanned airborne radiometric systems)

 

Questions and discussion on Session V

     
11:50 – 12:50 Lunch
     
12:50 – 13:35

Session VI: Learning by accident
(Chair: Anne Edland, SSM)

 

 

P19

Teemu Reiman (VTT)
on evolution of safety culture thinking TMI – Chernobyl - Fukushima

 

 

P20

Rosella Bisio (IFE)
on the NKS-R activity LESUN (Learning from Successes in Nuclear Power Plant Operation to Enhance Organisational Resilience)

  Questions and discussion on Session VI
     
13:35 – 14:50 Session VII: Deal with it
(Chair: Mette Ųhlenschlęger, DHA/NIRP)
 

 

P21

Invited no. 4: Ted Lazo (OECD-NEA)
on NEA’s learning points from Fukushima in relation to accident management, with focus on the long term (30 min.)

     
14:05 – 14:35 Coffee
     
14:35 – 15:20

Deal with it (continued)

 

 

P22

Steen Hoe (DEMA)
on update on elements and methodologies used in the Nordic countries in optimised decision support for the longer term
 

 

P23

Anneli Hällgren (SSM)
on public communication – what we did during the Fukushima accident and what we have learnt since

 

Questions and discussion on Session VII

     
15:20 – 15:55

Concluding session
(Chair: Ole Harbitz, NRPA)

 

 

P24

Synnöve Sundell Bergman
on the IAEA Fukushima report in a Nordic context
 

 

P25

Petra Lundström (FORTUM) (R):
Summary (incl. future needs) from a rapporteur 

 

 

P26

Leif Moberg (B):

Summary (incl. future needs) from a rapporteur

15:55 – 16:00

The end
(Siguršur M. Magnśsson (IRSA/NKS))

 


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