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Member States’ Experiences and Insights from Maintaining Safety, Security and Reliable Nuclear Industry Operations During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Technical Reports Series No. 491

English STI/DOC/010/491 ¦ 978-92-0-120523-0

116 pages ¦ 9 figures ¦ € 50.00 ¦ Date published: 2023

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The ability of the nuclear industry to continue to operate safely, securely and reliably during special circumstances such as a pandemic is essential and depends upon the effectiveness of its preparation, response and recovery plans as well as the ability of relevant organizations to adapt and respond to unforeseen situations. The purpose of this publication is to share experience with regard to managing and regulating facilities and activities during the COVID-19 pandemic, and to assist Member States in considering further actions to improve preparedness and response in relation to the ongoing pandemic and any future ones. The effective sharing of operating and regulatory experience is intended to have a positive influence on the response to, and recovery from, such global events. This publication is therefore written for operating organizations, regulatory bodies, competent authorities, research and technical support organizations, contractors and vendors.

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Member States’ Experiences, Insights, Maintaining Safety, Security, Reliable Nuclear Industry Operations, COVID-19 Pandemic, Personnel Availability, Economic Impact, Preparedness and Response, Operating and Regulatory Experience, Operating Organizations, Regulatory Bodies, Safety Measures, Security Measures, Nuclear Facilities, Government Policy, Conduct of Activities, Performance, Regulatory Functions, Energy Demand, Markets, Nuclear Power Programmes, Peaceful Applications of Nuclear Technology, Supply Chain, COVID-19 Prevention, Mitigation Measures, Licensed Facilities and Activities, International Nuclear Organizations, Maintaining Cooperation, Exchanging Information, Sharing Best Practices, Lessons Learned, COVID-19 Outbreaks, Challenges, Future Pandemics, Case Studies, Pandemic Strategies and Approaches, Planning, Monitoring Personnel Health, Education and Training, Safety and Security Culture, Leadership, Communication, Regulatory Framework, Support for Members, Good Practices, Business Continuity Plans, Use of IT, Remote Tools, Review

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