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GNSSN
Connect, Communicate and Collaborate: a worldwide gateway to help Member States build a smarter, safer planet.

The IAEA Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN) is a human network operating at global, regional and national levels, supported by a strong web platform. GNSSN is a key support element of the Global Nuclear Safety and Security Framework (GNSSF) defined here as “the institutional, legal and technical framework for ensuring the safety of nuclear installations throughout the world. The objective of this [framework] is to lead to a world where all nuclear installations are operating safely” (Strengthening the Global Nuclear Safety Regime, INSAG Series No. 21).

GNSSN Plenary - 2016

DG Amano opening the GNSSN Plenary Meeting (Sep 2014)

“Countries …must be able to transfer education and training capacity together with the technology they provide.”
As a worldwide gateway, GNSSN assists countries in building capacity in safety and security way via international, regional and national networks and portals.
- IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano

 


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Prospectus
GNSSN Plenary meeting28 Sep 2016 - 28 Sep 2016

​The GNSSN plenary meeting is taking place every year during the IAEA General Conference. The agenda and the thematic discussed during the plenary will be decided by the GNSSN steering Committee.
We are expecting that the thematic this year will be focused on the follow-up action of the Nuclear Safety Action Plan.

FORO - Exchange of Regulatory Experiences between the Ibero-American Forum of Radiological and Nuclear Regulatory Agencies and Other Regional Regulatory Associations and Networks28 Sep 2016 - 28 Sep 2016

​This event aims to present achievements in the strengthening of regulatory bodies within the scope of the cooperation between the Ibero-American Forum of Radiological and Nuclear Regulatory Agencies (FORO) and the Agency, notably the use of the System to Evaluate the Risk in Radiotherapy (SEVRRA) tool to reduce risks in medical and industrial applications, to discuss regional strategies, and to identify possible lines of cooperation with other regional associations and networks.

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Practical Arrangement between IAEA and ANNuR
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.
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