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NKS FUKUSHIMA SEMINAR 8-9th January 2013 in Stockholm


NKS Seminar on the Fukushima accident and perspectives for nordic reactor safety and emergency preparedness

 

Tuesday, January 8:

Opening session: The Fukushima accident and international perspectives

(Chair: Sigurður Magnússon, GR/NKS, Co-chair Fredrik Hassel, SSM)

 
The TEPCO Fukushima Dai-ichi accident: events, consequences and lessons so far identified from the nuclear safety perspective

(Speaker: Tero Varjoranta, General Director of STUK)

 P02

Issues identified from the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi NPP vis-à-vis the ICRP system of radiological protection

(Speaker: Abel González, Vice Chair of ICRP) 

 P03

Fukushima lessons and the UNSCEAR project

(Speaker: Wolfgang Weiss, Chair of UNSCEAR)

 P04

 Lessons learned and implications for further harmonisation in Europe from a regulatory perspective (Speaker: André-Claude Lacoste, President of ASN)

Session I: Fukushima accident – Nordic emergency response (Chairman: Eldri Holo, NRPA)

 P05

Nordic assessments, considerations and response

(Speaker: Kaare Ulbak, SIS)

 P06

The Finnish iodine prophylaxis approach applied during the TEPCO Fukushima Dai-Ichi accident

(Speaker: Hannele Aaltonen, STUK)

 P07

Iodine prophylaxis approach in Sweden and follow-up study on Swedish citizens in Japan

(Speaker: Lynn Hubbard, SSM)

Discussion with emphasis on iodine prophylaxis

 P08

Experience of use of CTBTO data

(Speaker: Sigurður Emil Pálsson, GR)

 P09

Recovery phase – Norwegian experience and relevance for Japanese and vice versa

(Speaker: Astrid Liland, NRPA)

Wednesday, January 9:

Session II: Fukushima accident – implications for nuclear safety (Chairman: Lennart Carlsson, SSM)

 P10

What happened to nuclear safety work/focus in Europe after Fukushima? (Speaker: Petteri Tiippana, STUK)

 P11

Nordic nuclear power follow-up in Finland (Speaker: Tomi Routamo, STUK)

 P12

Nordic nuclear power follow-up in Sweden (Speaker: Jan Hanberg, SSM)

 P13

Fortum’s actions to Loviisa NPP due to Fukushima accident: early own initiatives, national requirements, EU stress test and future (Speaker: Mika Harti, Loviisa)

 P14

Utilities follow-up in Sweden (Early own initiatives, national requirements, EU stress test, future) (Speaker: Magnus Reinsjö, Vattenfall)

 P15

Stress test of Norwegian nuclear facilities (Speaker: Atle Valseth, IFE)

 P16

Perspectives on nuclear safety from a Nordic non-nuclear country (Speaker: Carsten Israelson, DEMA)

Session III: Way forward – assessments and communication – learning from the past (Chairman:  Jens-Peter Lynov, DTU)

 P17

Learning from the Fukushima accident and 22 July 2011 in Oslo (Speaker: Ole Harbitz, NRPA)

 P18

Considerations on the adequacy of Nordic capabilities for early detection of emergencies (Speaker: Kaj Vesterbacka, STUK)

 P19

Technical assessments (I) - source term and residual dose estimation – improving the assessments (Speaker: Wiktor Frid, SSM)

 P20

Technical assessments (II) - source term and residual dose estimation – improving the assessments (Speaker: Steen Hoe, DEMA)

 P21

Fukushima accident - communication with the public (Speaker: Eldri Holo, NRPA)

Session IV: Concluding session: The future for Nordic nuclear safety and emergency preparedness (Chairman: Jorma Aurela, TEM)

 P22

How can the Nordic countries improve emergency response and cooperation at home and abroad? (Speaker: Kresten Breddam, SIS)

 P23

How can the Nordic countries improve cooperation on nuclear safety? (Speaker: Lennart Carlsson, SSM)

 P24

Possible contributions from NKS-R (Speaker: Kaisu Leino, Fortum/NKS)

 P25

Possible contributions from NKS-B (Speaker: Kasper G. Andersson, DTU/NKS)

   
 P26

Conclusion of seminar – final remarks (Speaker: Sigurður Magnússon, GR/NKS)


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