Organised by UK Nuclear Installations Inspectorate
In co-operation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Participation is invited from those who are able to make an active contribution in one or more of the above areas. It is envisaged that the workshop will primarily be of interest to representatives from regulators concerned about the potential impact of poor safety culture and/or engaged in the development or implementation of safety culture oversight methodologies. In order to enable the workshop to function effectively, attendance will be limited.
Presented papers are not sought because the workshop is designed to focus on practical group discussions. However, papers may be tabled. These will not be formally reviewed by the organizers but information about submitting a paper should be submitted to The NEA Secretariat by 28 February 2007.
Dr. Craig Reiersen
Principal Inspector, Chair CSNI WGHOF
Tel.: 44-151 951 3650
Dr. Pekka PYY
Tel.: +33 1 45 24 10 54
Mrs. Elisabeth MAUNY
Tel.: +33 1 45 24 10 53
Dr. Kerstin Dahlgren
IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency Department of Nuclear Energy
Tel.: +43 1 2600 22504
Registration: 28 February 2007
Confirmation of registration: 31 March 2007
Date of workshop: 21-23 May 2007
The proceedings of the workshop together with a specific chapter containing the summary and conclusions will be issued as a CSNI report. This will be distributed after the meeting to the participants at the workshop and to members of the CSNI and the CNRA.Working language
The working language of the workshop will be English.Hotel reservation
The workshop will take place at the Ramada, Chester . The hotel is on the outskirts of the city of Chester which is well-known for its historical centre. A special conference rate of £70 bed and breakfast (single occupancy) is available, and bookings should be made by contacting the hotel at email@example.com . Please inform the hotel that you are attending the NEA/IAEA workshop and quote the rate of £70.00. Information about the hotel can be found at www.ramadachester.co.uk. The hotel includes leisure facilities which are free of charge to hotel guests. The workshop will start at 9.00 a.m. on 21 May and conclude by 4.00 p.m. on 23 May.
When making hotel bookings, members of CSNI/WGHOF are reminded that a meeting of WGHOF will take place in the hotel on 24-25 May, following the workshop.
Information about the city of Chester can be found at http://www.visitchester.com/.
a) Representatives from NEA member countries (with CSNI/WGHOF representative)
Those wishing to attend are encouraged to contact their WGHOF representative(s), who will co-ordinate attendance from their countries in discussion with their counterpart from the CNRA/WGIP. WGHOF members are then asked to send registrations to Dr. Pyy at the NEA Secretariat via e-mail or through the official registration page. Should any problems arise, please contact the NEA Secretariat.
b) Representatives from IAEA member countries (with no WGHOF member)
Representatives of IAEA member countries which are not members of the NEA should, contact Dr. Kerstin Dahlgren, IAEA to express interest in attending the workshop. Dr. Dahlgren will then send registrations to Dr. Pyy at the NEA Secretariat via e-mail or through the official registration page.
There is no registration fee to attend this workshop. UK/NII will fund the provision of meeting rooms and materials. Morning and afternoon refreshments and lunch will also be provided by NII. Delegates are responsible for their travel and accommodation costs.
It is anticipated that a social event will be arranged on the evening of Tuesday, 22 May. Details will be furnished at a later date.For any additional information about the workshop or CSNI/WGHOF activities, please contact either Dr Reiersen or the NEA Secretariat.
Last updated: 19 October 2007