A report on the IAEA Web site states that an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) International Complementary Safety Assessment Review Mission will conduct a visit to Japan next week to assist the nation’s development of a comprehensive assessment of the safety of existing nuclear power plants.
Arranged at the request of the Japanese government, the 10-member team will consist of IAEA nuclear experts and international specialists who will hold meetings with Japanese officials in Tokyo and conduct a site visit to the Ohi Nuclear Power Plant in Fukui Prefecture.
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Tim Armstrong, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada, is pleased to announce the upcoming Toronto event marking the dedication of the Institute’s National Laboratories in honour of the Institute’s late President and CEO, Dr. Fergal Nolan.read more
Radiation Safety Institute of Canada supports the initiative taken by the Canadian Cancer Society to provide free radon tests to Vancouver islanders and encourages British Columbia residents to take this opportunity and to get their homes tested.read more
Chair Tim Armstrong, Board of Directors and Steve Horvath, President of the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada are pleased to announce the upcoming event of the dedication of the Institute’s National Laboratories in Saskatoon in honor of its late President and CEO, Dr. Fergal Nolan.read more