Section 4. International cooperation focused on ensuring NPPs safety

Conference Hall (Building 2)


09:00–09:10

Session opening
Kirichenko A. M., Lipar M.

International cooperation of Operating Organizations

09:10- 09:40

Effective international cooperation as an important factor of NPP safety ensuring and nuclear power development
Kirichenko A. M., JSC Concern Rosenergoatom (Russia)

09:40- 10:10

Post-Fukushima international programmes of NNEGC «Energoatom» and cooperation with Rosenergoatom
Vlasenko N. I., NNEGC «Energoatom» (Ukraine)

10:10–10:40

EDF Energy Nuclear Generation response to Fukushima
Reynaud M., EDF Energy Nuclear Generation (France-UK)

Activities of international organizations and associations

10:40–11:10

Reformation of WANO-MC operations after the Fukushima events
Chudakov M. V., WANO-MC

11:10–11:30

Coffee break

11:30–12:00

Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review Mission after Fukushima
Troschenko Yu.G., IAEA

12:00–12:30

Lessons Learned from CEZ/NRI EPRI Membership
Zdarek J., Stratil V., Nuclear Research Institute Rez (Czech Republic)

12:30–13:00

International organizations for standardization: their role in NPP safety ensuring
Dobryansky S. V., FSUE VO «Bezopasnost» (Russia)

13:00–14:15

Lunch

Peer reviews of international organizations

14:15–14:45

Lessons learned from OSART mission in Russian Federation
Lipar M., IAEA

14:45–15:15

An example of international cooperation: the WANO Corporate Peer Review of Rosenergoatom, April 2011
Jean-Paul Combemorel, EDF (France)

Safety inspections and liability

15:15–15:45

Fukushima Daiichi Accident Impact in Respect of Nuclear Insurance
Kettle B., International Nuclear Insurance Pool (UK)

15:45–16:15

International Pooling System and Russian NPP Inspections
Rudensky P. O., Russian Nuclear Insurance Pool (Russia)

16:15–16:45

Compensation of transboundary nuclear damage by Russian nuclear operators
Arsentiev S. V., Nuclear Insurance Broker (Russia)

16:45–17:05

Coffee break

International safety assistance

17:05–17:35

Safety cooperation between Finland and neighbouring NPPs in Russia
Reponen H., Olkonen I., Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority STUK (Finland)

17:35–18:05

Results of implementation of TACIS R2,01/06 Project. Development of measures towards modernization of water chemistry monitoring systems for 1st and 2nd circuits of Kalinin NPP Units 1&2
Prelovsky A. R., JSC EREC, (Russia)

18:05–18:30

Discussion of the presentations. Session summing up
Kirichenko A. M.
Lipar M.