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Information Requirements and Countermeasure Evaluation Techniques in Nuclear Emergency Management

Objective

The project enhances coherence of response to nuclear emergencies in Europe by improving the decision support methods and models in ways that take into account the needs and concerns of different parties involved. Evaluation subsystems are developed and included in RODOS and ARGOS systems to help the decision makers (DMs) to judge the relative merits of different countermeasure strategies. DMs will be able to compare the consequences of possible countermeasures, to identify potential countermeasure strategies and screen out poor strategies.

Emergency management processes are identified and modelled in four European countries, and information needs of DMs, their advisers and other parties involved are clarified. Methodologies for conducting scenario-focused workshops with various stakeholder participation are developed and facilitators for national workshops trained. National decision making workshops are conducted in seven countries.

Coordinator

RADIATION AND NUCLEAR SAFETY AUTHORITY
Address
4,Laippatie 4
00881 Helsinki
Finland

Participants (9)

BELGIAN NUCLEAR RESEARCH CENTRE
Belgium
Address
200,Boeretang 200
2400 Mol
BUNDESAMT FUER STRAHLENSCHUTZ
Germany
Address
Rosastrasse 9
79098 Freiburg (In Breisgau)
DANISH EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY
Denmark
Address
Datavej 16
Birkerod
FORSCHUNGSZENTRUM KARLSRUHE GMBH - TECHNIK UND UMWELT
Germany
Address
Hermann-von-helmholtz-platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-leopoldshafen
INSTITUTE OF ATOMIC ENERGY
Poland
Address
Swierk
05 400 Otwock - Swierk
NATIONAL RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION BOARD
United Kingdom
Address
Chilton
OX11 0RQ Didcot,harwell,chilton
THE VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
United Kingdom
Address
.,Booth Street West
M15 6PB Manchester
UNIVERSITAET KARLSRUHE (TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE)
Germany
Address
Hertzstrasse 16
76187 Karlsruhe
VUJE TRNAVA INC - ENGINEERING, DESIGN AND RESEARCH ORGANISATION
Slovakia
Address
Okruzna 5
918 64 Trnava