The IAEA Regional Workshop on Radiological Consequence Analysis was held in Yerevan, Armenia from 1 to 5 September 2014.
The workshop was organized by the IAEA within the framework of TC Project RER/9/129 - Strengthening Nuclear Safety Assessment Capabilities through the use of the safety Assessment, Education and Training (SAET) Program in joint cooperation with the ANRA and the Nuclear and Radiation Safety Center (NRSC).
The objective of the workshop was to present and discuss the latest developments in the area of NPP radiological consequences analysis, including methodologies, tools and computer codes.
The workshop was attended by experienced staff members of the regulatory authorities, technical support and R&D organizations of Bulgaria, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania, Lithuania, Turkey, Ukraine, Russian Federation, and Kazakhstan.
The workshop consisted of presentations delivered by the IAEA experts from USA and Czech Republic and workshop participants related to various methodologies, procedures, computer codes used in their countries, as well as the IAEA safety standards applied in the analysis and assessment of NPP radiological consequences.
The NRSC specialists presented the methodology on calculation of population dose rates in case of design and beyond design accident at the NPP.
The results of the workshop outcomes will be summarized in the report that will submitted to the IAEA for further consideration and inclusion in the TC program.