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Training schemes on nuclear safety culture


This project received funding from the EURATOM Research and Training programme 

3 years under grant agreement N° 249674.


The objective of this project is to design, develop and test two relevant training schemes on Nuclear Safety Culture with a European environment, based on a specific evaluation of the training needs. The general objective includes the four follwoing specific objectives:


i) An analysis of the training needs will be carried out across Europe through data collection and seminars organised in different regional locations; the reults will be availalbe at month 12;

ii) The links between the ALARA principle currently used in the radiation protection community and the safety culture of the nuclear industry will be clarified to reach a common approach making the attendance of managers from both groups to a basic training module possible; the conculsions will be available at month 10;

iii) Based on the results of the analysis of the training needs, the two training schemes will be designed and developed with a common generic basis module, and four specialised modules; the end of the development coincides with the end of the project (month 48);

iv) The training schemes will be validated by testing the new teaching modules by means of pilot sessions and by making corrections where they appear to be necessary; the report on the pilot sessions will be available at month 45.


European Fission Training Scheme (EFTS): Starting on 1 November 2010 for the period of four years.


Coordinator: Prof. Michel Giot, Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium - Email  michel.giot@uclouvain.be,


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24 April 2012: TOPSAFE conference in Helsinki, Finland  

     - Full paper on TRASNUSAFE project 

10 February 2012:5th TRASNUSAFE Workshop in Ljubljana, Slovenia  

17-18 January 2012: 4th TRASNUSAFE Workshop in Manchester, UK    

     - Comment Form for 18th January 

     - Report  

     - Press Release   

11-13 January 2012: TRASNUSAFE PCC meeting, General Assembly and Workshop  in Madrid, Spain

19 October 2011: TRASNUSAFE Workshop in Bucharest, Romania

12 October 2011: PCC meeting in Brussels, Belgium

22-23 September 2011: TRASNUSAFE Workshop in Brussels, Belgium

30 March 2011: A reflection group (rev.)  at the EUTERP Workshop in Cyprus  - TRASNUSAFE Leaflet 

21 January 2011: ECVET Workshop in Cordoba, Spain

11 January 2011: TRASNUSAFE Kick-off meeting in Brussels, Belgium