The NEA has made progress on two activities that seek to bolster member countries’ nuclear and radiological emergency preparedness and their ability to co-ordinate response actions.
The WGPC held its biannual plenary meeting on 3-4 May 2022 to discuss its ongoing work and the progress made in activities on public trust and risk communication.
Statement of the Steering Committee for Nuclear Energy on the safety and security of operation of Ukraine’s nuclear installations
WPRS gathered 172 experts from 22 countries at the annual Benchmark Workshop.
The joint NEA-IAEA symposium hosted by the United Kingdom’s Office for Nuclear Regulation brought together experts to exchange on the use and application of Probabilistic Safety Analysis (PSA) for re...
CSNI and CNRA held their biannual meetings and a joint session at the NEA headquarters.
The EGFSF will work on harmonising post-accident food safety management approaches to build and maintain producer and retailer’s accountability and consumer trust.
The NEA and Women in Nuclear (WiN) Globalco-organised a mentoring session for young professionals in Tokyo, Japan
Recent meetings of groups working under the aegis of the Framework for Irradiation Experiments (FIDES) have demonstrated that the international community is enthusiastic and on a strong course to ful...
To learn how to handle NaK, a group of experts at the Research Centre Rez (CVR) in the Czech Republic travelled to Cadarache in France to learn from experts at the Commissariat for Atomic Energy and ...