Organizational Cultural Basis for Successful Performance in Nuclear Power Plant

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Project Type

Coordinated Research Project

Project Code

I22004

CRP

2168

Approved Date

2015.12.09

Status

3 - Active - Ongoing

Start Date

2016.10.17

Expected End Date

2019.10.16

Completed Date

2019.10.16

Participating Countries

Bangladesh
China
Ghana
Malaysia
Romania
Spain

Description

This document presents a proposal for a coordinated research project (CRP) on the organizational cultural basis for successful performance in nuclear facilities. The international nuclear community has identified the need for a strong safety culture as a necessary and significant characteristic for any nuclear facility. There is also the need to understand how the culture of an organization can influence safety culture. Therefore, the scientific and research basis for what organizational culture is, how it influences safety culture and how both organizational and safety culture impact performance in a nuclear facility is needed. Member States could benefit greatly from research in the area of organizational culture as the basis from which all performance in an organization, including safety, is influenced. This CRP will address key areas such as the validity and use of the current frameworks for understanding organizational culture and its influence on safety culture, the external influences on organizational culture that can create a compliance mind set and impact performance, and the elements of leadership and management in a high risk organization that are unique and must be managed to ensure the right performance.  The results of this CRP will be published as a Nuclear Energy Series report.

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