20th September 2017
The fourth plenary meeting of the Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN) this week highlighted knowledge transfer and capacity building as key components of nuclear or radiation safety infrastructure.
6-9 June 2017
Reflecting on the challenges faced and lessons learned over the past 4 years, this conference will provide an opportunity for regulators, operators, vendors, research institutes and technical support organisations to strengthen international cooperation, competence and, ultimately, sustain improvements made globally through a series of interactive sessions and discussions.
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28th Sep 2016, Vienna:
The Signature Ceremony of the European and Central Asian Safety Network (EuCAS Network), in the presence of Mr Lentijo, DDG-NS and Mr Caruso, DIR/NSOC, gathered about 45 participants. The heads or senior representatives of 19 regulatory bodies and technical safety organizations (TSOs) in the region signed the terms of reference of the network, thereby officially establishing the new EuCAS Network. The following countries were represented : Armenia, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Greece, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Moldova, Norway, the Russian Federation, Slovakia, Serbia, Tajikistan. It was announced that Romania and Germany will also sign the document in the next days. In total, the EuCAS Network will count 21 organizations from 19 Member States.
9th March 2016, IAEA, Vienna:
Safety and Licensing Requirements for Small Modular Reactors: IAEA Hosts First Workshop for Regulators
17th Sep 2013, Vienna:
The IAEA and the Forum of Nuclear Regulatory Bodies in Africa (FNRBA) signed practical arrangements to reflect the increased cooperation between the two organizations. The objective of these Practical Arrangements is to define a framework for cooperation between the IAEA and FNRBA in strengthening the nuclear safety and security in IAEA Member States, which are also member countries of the FNRBA.
29th May 2014, Vienna:
On 13 May 2014, during the International Conference on Human Resource Development for Nuclear Power Programmes: Building and Sustaining Capacity, Mr. Denis Flory, IAEA Deputy Director General for the Department of Nuclear Safety and Security, and Mr. Hafedh Belmabrouk, ANNuR Chairperson signed a "Practical Arrangements" agreement to further strengthen IAEA's support, capacity building and cooperation with the ANNuR network.
19th May 2015, Beijing, CHINA:
To facilitate the centralization and selective sharing of national nuclear safety information, the IAEA is helping countries create knowledge repositories under the internet-based Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN)
24th September 2014, IAEA-Vienna:
Connecting, Collaborating and Communicating Globally on Nuclear Safety and Security
17th September 2015, IAEA - Vienna:
Connecting to Meet the Objectives of the Global Nuclear Safety and Security Framework..
October 2015 in Vienna:
ANNuR Plenary approves the ANNuR Strategic Action Plan for the period 2016-2020
September 2015 in Vienna:
FNRBA Plenary members approves a proposal for the Strategic Action Plan of FNRBA. This will reach the approval of Member States
November 2015 in Berlin:
During the meeting, discussions on the National Coordinator Working Group's Terms of Reference were held..
November 2015 in Berlin:
During the 7th GNSSN Steering Committee Meeting, the G8-NSSG confirmed its continuous support to the development and use of GNSSN to achieve a high level of nuclear safety and security worldwide...