|Pandemic’s Impact and Enhancing Regulations Discussed at Nuclear Safety & Security Gathering|
Discussion on Impact of COVID-19 on network's activities
|EuCAS Annual Report - 2019|
EuCAS Annual Report - 2019
|4th EuCAS Steering Committee Meeting, May 2019, IAEA, Vienna|
4th EuCAS Steering Committee Meeting, May 2019, IAEA, Vienna
|EuCAS Annual Report - 2018|
EuCAS Annual Report - 2018
|2nd EuCAS Steering Committee Meeting, June 2017, Sofia, BULGARIA|
The 2nd meeting of the Steering Committee (SC) of the European and Central Asia Safety Network (EuCAS) was hosted by the Bulgarian Nuclear Regulatory Authority (BNRA) in Sofia in June 15-16, 2017 and gathered 16 participants from 14 Member States (MS) and from the European Commission. In addition, 2 experts from the Agency attended and provided presentations to the Steering Committee Members.
|EuCAS Workshop to Share Experience in Radioactive Waste Classification, June 2017, Sofia, BULGARIA|
The First Workshop on topic "Share Experience in Radioactive Waste Classification" (the Workshop) of Working Group Two (WG2) of the of the European and Central Asian Safety Network (EuCAS) was held in the BNRA Headquarter in Sofia, Bulgaria from 12 to 14 June 2017 and gathered 10 participants from the safety organizations of 10 Member States. In addition, 1 IAEA Technical Officer and three BNRA inspectors from division "Decommissioning and RAW Management" participated also.
|EuCAS Annual Report - 2017|
EuCAS Annual Report - 2017
|Technical Meeting to strengthen cooperation on safety in Europe and Central Asia|
After two consultancy meetings in 2015, a Technical Meeting on “Strengthening Networking and Cooperation on Nuclear Safety at Regional Level in Europe and Central Asia” took place on 2-4 March 2016, in Vienna and was attended by 23 representatives of Regulatory Bodies and TSOs from 19 Member States in the region.
The participants finalized Terms of Reference for the new network.
|Launch of EuCAS Network - IAEA News|
A new IAEA network will help strengthen nuclear and radiation safety in Europe and Central Asia by facilitating dialogue and knowledge exchange between Member States in these regions.
The European and Central Asian Safety Network (EuCAS Network) brings together 20 Member States and 22 organizations with a responsibility for nuclear safety.