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Assessing Behavioural Competencies of Employees in Nuclear Facilities

IAEA TECDOC No. 1917
English IAEA-TECDOC-1917 978-92-0-109520-6
128 14 18.00 2020

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This publication provides guidance and recommendations to nuclear organizations by offering a practical approach to assessing the behavioural competencies for safe, secure and effective performance across the nuclear workforce. It outlines a variety of tools and approaches that can aid the behavioural assessment processes and provides both general and role-specific recommendations to improve the quality of selection, promotion, training and development decisions. Also addressed in the publication are challenges, key issues and critical considerations for assessment practices. This guidance can be used by Member States as a foundation upon which to develop or improve a comprehensive behavioural competency assessment programme and contribute to building a sustainable nuclear workforce comprised of high performing nuclear professionals.

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Keywords

Behaviour, Competency, Assessment, Human Resources, Nuclear Workforce, Sustainable Workforce, Practical Approach, Nuclear Employee, Behavioural Assessment, Performance, Suitable Assessment Methods, Assessment Tools, Key Competency, Employee Life-Cycle, Integrated Assessment Process, Manager, Employee, Test User, Stakeholder, Engagement, Collaboration, Regulations, Standards, Bias, Confidentiality, Employee Concerns, Recruitment, Selection, Training, Development, Safety, Security, Core Competencies, Graded Approach, Informed Consent, Job Analysis, Key Driver, Management, Leadership, Task, Communication

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