In December 2011, the WGRNR developed a supplemental report augmenting Report on the Survey on Regulation of Site Selection and Preparation NEA/CNRA/R(2010)3 to address additional siting issues, such...
24 June 2014
During discussions at several meetings, the Working Group on Inspection Practices (WGIP) on management and safety culture issues, it was agreed: it was important that the management of a licensee nee...
14 November 2001
In late 1998 the Committee on Nuclear Regulatory Activities agreed that the Working Group on Inspection Practices [WGIP] should discuss the subject of effectiveness of regulatory inspections and prod...
7 November 2001
The topic of social media as appropriate for further study was first proposed by the NEA Working Group on Public Communication of Nuclear Regulatory Organisations (WGPC) to the NEA Committee on Nucle...
15 June 2020
16 October 2019
The CNRA has procuded a series of reports, known as regulatory guidance booklets or "'green booklets", which examine various regulatory challenges and adress the major elements and contemporary issue...
20 January 2011
A fundamental goal in a regulatory authority’s oversight of nuclear facilities is to establish confidence that adequate arrangements are in place for emergency preparedness and response. The CNRA pub...
10 June 2015
The NEA’s Strategic Plan, published in 1999, has recommended that all committees review their programme and working methods, and develop their own strategic plan. As a result, the CNRA Bureau develop...
23 May 2000
The main objective of the CNRA Working Group on Operating Experience (WGOE) is to share experience and knowledge, analyse and provide expert insights from operating experience to reach timely conclus...
22 January 2008
One of the main missions of nuclear regulators is to protect the public, and this cannot be completely achieved without public confidence. The more a regulatory process is transparent, the more such ...
16 November 2007
The 12th International Workshop was held by WGIP on regulatory inspection activities. This workshop, which is the twelfth in a series, along with many other activities performed by the Working Group,...
4 August 2014
The previous report The Use of International Operating Experience Feedback for Improving Nuclear Safety, [NEA/CNRA/R(2008)3] addressed the proposal made at the December 2006 CNRA Meeting for the WGOE...
2 April 2015
This appendix provides the complete compilation of responses received to the questionnaire issued in conjunction with the International Operating Experience Feedback Workshop. The workshop was coordi...
15 May 2012
This report presents a comparison of inspection practices at Research Reactors (RR) versus Nuclear Power Plants (Nuclear Power Plants) in participating OECD Nuclear Energy Member Countries. Key quest...
5 March 2004
The Fukushima Daiichi NPP accident serves as a case study for various disciplines within nuclear sciences. Researchers worldwide in health physics, radio-ecology, severe accident analysis, and human ...
6 January 2014
Based on the regulatory actions underway or being considered in different member countries concerning their ability to maintain their corporate knowledge with respect to the ageing work force, the Co...
10 February 2012
The Working Group on Digital Instrumentation and Control (WGDIC) promotes harmonisation and improvements in nuclear safety through the development of regulatory guidance to address digital instrument...
6 February 2020
This report by the Working Group on Inspection Practices provides information and perspectives on how inspections of nuclear fuel cycle facilities are carried out in NEA member countries.
14 March 2003
Safety inspections are a major element in the regulatory authority's efforts to ensure the safe operation of nuclear facilities
10 February 2021
8 March 2012
12 October 2020
The Working Group in Public Communication of Nuclear Regulatory Organisations (WGPC) provides a forum for nuclear regulatory organisation communicators and outreach officers to exchange information, ...
9 April 2021
There is an increasing expectation by the public to be informed and understand the rationale behind decisions especially in areas where peopleís safety or health may be affected. This is particularly...
22 June 2006
The CNRA believes in the importance of having a working group dedicated to safety culture. The Working Group on Safety Culture (WGSC) provides a senior level regulatory forum for exchanging informati...
11 February 2022
The Working Group on the Regulation of New Reactors (WGRNR) examines the regulatory issues of the siting, licensing and regulatory oversight for all new commercial nuclear power reactors. The WGRNR f...
11 February 2022
The working group will be responsible for the programme of work in the CNRA regarding regulatory activities in the primary area of advanced reactors and associated installations. The term “advanced r...
2 April 2020
The Working Party on Boiling Water Reactors (WPBWR) covers all boiling water reactors, including advanced boiling water reactors (ABWRs) and the Economic Simplified Boiling Water Reactor (ESBWR).
11 February 2022
The WGRNR organised an international workshop aimed to review and discuss recent and past construction experience lessons learnt including perspectives from regulatory authorities, vendors, and licen...
24 February 2011
A workshop took place in Budapest between 12 and 14 October 1999 to consider issues concerning assuring nuclear safety competence into 21st century. This was in response to recommendations from the C...
10 February 2000