Addressing the mental health impacts of radiological and nuclear emergencies
Advances in fuel and materials technology pave the way for the improved safety, reliability and efficiency of nuclear power plants. The experimental evidence required to realise these benefits must b...
Supporting files can be downloaded from www.oecd-nea.org/nsd/docs/2003/isp-42/
Supporting files can be downloaded from www.oecd-nea.org/nsd/docs/2001/isp-41/.
The NEA is organising series of webinars to explore the use of disruptive technologies in nuclear applications and discuss the future shape of nuclear safety systems.
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The NEA Expert Group on Non-radiological Public Health Aspects of Radiation Emergency Planning and Response (EGNR) provided input to the development of the recently launched World Health Organization...
Sustained performance of nuclear technology depends on access to a talented and well-qualified workforce, thus it is important to ensure that adequate infrastructures exist for education and training...