NEA work on improving gender balance in the nuclear energy sector
The Country-Specific Safety Culture Forum takes place in Canada.
Mankind now enjoys many benefits from nuclear-related technologies. There is, however, growing concern in many OECD countries that nuclear education and training is decreasing, perhaps to problematic...
Swedish version of Country-Specific Safety Culture Forum: Sweden
The NEA Working Group on Safety Culture (WGSC) gathered delegates for its biannual meeting on 18-20 October 2022.
On 2-4 November, the NEA Working Group on Human and Organisational Factors (WGHOF) held its 32nd biennial meeting at the Nuclear Energy Agency headquarters in Paris, France.
Summaries of actions taken and questionnaire responses regarding human and organisational factors addressed by these actions.
Human and organisational factors lessons learnt implementing post-Fukushima actions
In the aftermath of the Fukushima Daiichi accident in March 2011, nuclear regulators, industry organisations, and operating companies across the globe began the process of understanding the lessons l...
NEA News is the professional journal of the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA). It features articles on the latest nuclear energy issues concerning the economic and technical aspects of nuclear energy, nucl...