On August 25-26, 2014, the Instituto de Pesquisas Energéticas e Nucleares (IPEN) and the National Research Council of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences convened the Brazil-U.S. Workshop on Strengthening the Culture of Nuclear Safety and Security. The workshop, held on the IPEN Campus in São Paulo, Brazil, examined how a culture of nuclear safety and security is built and maintained within the nuclear science, technology, and industrial sectors. Participants identified opportunities for cooperation to strengthen that culture and shared research, perspectives, and practices. This report summarizes the presentation and discussion of that event.
Table of Contents
|I The Relationship Between Safety Culture and Security Culture||7-20|
|II Safety Analysis, Vulnerability Assessment, and the Design of Integrated Solutions||21-28|
|III Performance Assessment and Improvement of Safety and Security Culture||29-42|
|IV Training and Education for Safety and Security Culture||43-52|
|V Lessons-Learned Processes and Implementing Change||53-64|
|VI Influence of Leadership and Hierarchy on Safety and Security Culture||65-74|
|Appendix A: Brazil-U.S. Workshop on Strengthening the Culture of Nuclear Safety and Security||77-80|
|Appendix B: Biographical Sketches of Workshop Speakers||81-88|
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