On 11 March 2011, a massive earthquake of magnitude 9.0 on the Richter scale jolted the eastern coast of Japan. An hour after the earthquake, a 14-15 m tsunami, as estimated at the Fukushima Daiichi ...
Off-site Nuclear Emergency Exercises
New NEA Expert Group on Comparison and Understanding of Dose Prognosis (EGDP) kicks off, 24 March 2020
Psychosocial aspects of radiological and nuclear emergencies
NEA Expert Group on the Dose Limit for the Lens of the Eye launches survey
NEA Workshop on Optimisation: Rethinking the Art of Reasonable, 13‑15 January 2020
NEA Workshop on Optimisation: Rethinking the Art of Reasonable
13-15 January 2020Lisbon, Portugal
Hosted by Instituto de Oncologia de Lisboa-Francisco Gentil (IPOLFG) and Instituto Superior Técnico C...
Radioactive waste management is the safe treatment, storage and disposal of liquid, solid and gas discharge from nuclear industry operations with the goal of protecting people and the environment.
NEA Expert Group on Non‑radiological Public Health Aspects of Radiation Emergency Planning and Response (EGNR) kick‑off meeting on 5 November 2019.
Morning session Afternoon session