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  Structure of EucAS

The EuCAS Network is governed by a Steering Committee which is currently supported by four topical Working Groups. The Secretariat of the network is provided by the IAEA.

Steering Committee

The Steering Committee is composed of senior representatives from the member organizations. They can be assisted by experts, as relevant. One Steering Committee member shall be nominated for each organization represented in the Network, together with an alternate.

The Steering Committee shall meet twice a year alternatively at the IAEA Headquarters in Vienna or in one of the EuCAS Members’ country.

The EuCAS Network Steering Committee: 

  • Develops an open dialogue on nuclear and radiation safety issues in the scope of the EuCAS Network as deemed relevant by the Members;
  • Identifies issues on which an exchange of information and/or regional efforts for coordination would be needed and facilitates mutual information on initiatives at regional level;
  • Decides on main orientations and oversee activities developed under the EuCAS Network;
  • Discusses and adopts an annual report, on the basis of the reporting elements from Working Groups, and the yearly EuCAS Network’s work programme as described below.


EuCAS Structure

The Steering Committee established topical Working Groups composed of experts of EuCAS Network members and/or other recognized experts, as the need arises, to support planning and implementation of the EuCAS Network activities.

Decisions of the Steering Committee are adopted by consensus of the members present at the meeting.