ENSREG is proud to announce its fourth conference on nuclear safety, which will take place on 28-29 June 2017 at the European Commission’s Charlemagne Building in Brussels, Belgium.
You can register for the conference through the following link: https://scic.ec.europa.eu/fmi/ezreg/ENSREG2017.
For further information or if you encounter any difficulty, you can contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also contact your national regulator: http://www.ensreg.eu/members-glance/national-regulators.
The aim of the conference is to provide an update on nuclear safety in Europe in a global context. The event will address potential challenges for nuclear safety regulation, key recent developments in EU policy (directives on nuclear safety, on spent fuel and waste management and on basic safety standards) and emerging topics in the field of nuclear safety, such as long-term operation of nuclear installations and irregularities and supply chain control.
It is not intended to be a highly technical event but rather a forum to discuss topical issues arising in the nuclear sector with a wide range of stakeholders.
The conference is attended by speakers/panellists and participants from practically all EU Member States (including non-nuclear), representing a wide range of stakeholders, from several non-EU countries and from relevant international organisations, such as the IAEA or OECD's NEA. There have been around 300 participants attending every past conference.
Other ways to follow the conference
The conference will be web-streamed through the ENSREG website to give to those unable to attend an opportunity to follow it. The link to the live web-streaming will be posted on the ENSREG website before the conference.
After the conference video recordings of the sessions and the presentations will be made available via the ENSREG website.
ENSREG is an independent, authoritative expert body created in 2007. It is composed of senior officials from the national nuclear safety, radioactive waste safety and/or radiation protection regulatory authorities from all 28 EU Member States and representatives of the European Commission.
The role of ENSREG is to help to establish conditions for continuous improvement and common understanding in nuclear safety and radioactive waste management. For more information on ENSREG’s role visit http://www.ensreg.eu/members-glance/role-ensreg.
Updated on 7 April 2017.