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Albania, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Cyprus, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom
List of organizations of EuCAS
Membership of the EuCAS shall be open to all national nuclear regulatory bodies in all EUCAS member states on a voluntary basis. Participants in EuCAS meetings shall be senior representatives of regulatory bodies in member states as well as representatives from IAEA.
Observers from other international or regional organizations may be invited to attend meetings on an ad-hoc or continuing basis by the decision of the Steering Committee.
EuCAS is a key instrument for nuclear safety and security capacity building in the region. It also helps strengthen the human network and promote the communication, coordination and collaboration among the participating countries. The EuCAS internet portal under the GNSSN platform, which the IAEA helps to maintain and sustain, functions as a collaborative workspace for facilitating exchange of information, knowledge management and dialogue at regional level and with international expert.
Composed of various Technical Working Groups, professionals can exchange knowledge and experience among themselves as well as develop their capacity through workshops and trainings implemented by IAEA and international experts. These groups also constitute forums where common issues can be discussed as regional level and paths of cooperation can be explored. The Working Groups currently cover the following areas:
EuCAS shall function through the following organs:
2. Steering Committee
A steering committee has been created to ensure an efficient and effective planning and implementation of EuCAS activities. It also ensures the sustainability of the system.
It is composed of one representative from each participating country and a representative from IAEA.
EuCAS decided to appoint IAEA as a Secretariat.
4. Technical Working Groups:
Within the various Technical Working Groups, experts can exchange knowledge and experience among themselves as well as develop their capacity through workshops and trainings implemented by IAEA and international experts. These groups also constitute forums where common issues can be discussed as regional level and paths of cooperation can be explored. The Working Groups currently cover the following areas: