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Human and Organizational Aspects of Assuring Nuclear Safety — Exploring 30 Years of Safety Culture

Proceedings of an International Conference Held in Vienna, Austria, 22–26 February 2016

Proceedings Series - International Atomic Energy Agency

English STI/PUB/1810 ¦ 978-92-0-103918-7

370 pages ¦ 21 figures ¦ € 55.00 ¦ Date published: 2019

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These proceedings present the outcome of an international conference, at which the nuclear community had the opportunity to reflect on the pivotal role that human and organizational aspects play in assuring nuclear safety. Held 30 years after the Chernobyl accident which led to the international adoption of the concept of safety culture, the conference provided distinguished experts and practitioners with a unique opportunity to share insights from the past and visions for a safer future. The publication contains the conference opening and closing addresses, summaries of all conference sessions as well as the fully edited papers produced for the conference plenary sessions. The papers presented at the parallel sessions and dialogue sessions of the conference are included in their original form in the CD-ROM accompanying the publication.

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Proceedings, Human and Organizational Aspects, Nuclear Safety, Safety Culture, International Conference, Vienna, Member States, Leadership, Organizational Resilience, Defence in Depth, Cooperation, Lessons Learned, Chernobyl, Systems, Interdisciplinary Appreciation, Risk Communication, Fukushima, Psychology, Resilience Engineering, Nuclear Energy, Leadership, Management, Reliability, Complex Systems

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