Learn about the basics of nuclear safety: the basic safety approach, the safety functions and the underlying defense-in-depth principle. It will be discussed how a nuclear safety culture can be integrated and strengthened in the existing company culture. Safety requirements, design basics and best practice solutions of radioactive waste management facilities will be introduced. Furthermore, technologies for handling and conditioning will be explained. The second day of the course deals with the topics deterministic and probabilistic analysis. The participants will apply and compare the methodologies in practical application. Additionally, the risk assessment methodology Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) will be introduced and exemplarily conducted based on a radioactive waste management facility case study. Learn in this course how to comply with mandatory safety requirements and profit from best practice examples and the technical experience of our trainers.
Employees of operators, authorities and manufacturer involved in radioactive waste management (engineers, technical experts).
As global 3rd party organisation, and over 50 years of experience in the nuclear field, TÜV SÜD helps to ensure that all safety requirements with respect to radioactive waste management facilities are fulfilled. From our daily business we know how to conduct deterministic and probabilistic safety analysis to identify weaknesses and strengths in the design of nuclear facilities. Profit from the experience of our experts, which step into the trainer role for the course and will share their lessons learned.
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Training in English Language