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WINS, in collaboration with the US DOE Office of Radiological Security, is pleased to announce that we are holding a Silent Thunder TTX (Baltimore) follow up workshop on Responding to Security Incidents Involving Radioactive Sources on 16 April 2018 at the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards (110 South Eutaw Street, Baltimore, MD).
Planning for and managing the response to a radiological security incident at a facility can be extremely challenging. Questions to answer include:
The purpose of this interactive, professionally moderated event is to give participants the opportunity to identify and address the potentially complex issues (including command, control and communications) that can arise when responding to a radiological security incident. The workshop aims to:
This follow up event will be structured based on the key themes of the Silent Thunder TTX in Baltimore that was held on the 17th of January 2018 at the University Maryland Baltimore. Our objective is to encourage participants to continue building relationships, to help enhance current interoperability between various organisations, and to further identify and discuss best practices that enhance the resilience of radiological security arrangements against evolving threats.
The event is limited to 45 participants representing managers and specialists from the emergency response communities, as well as regulators, government departments and others who want to gain a specialised understanding of the issues and best practices. It will also be of major assistance to organisations that are planning to enhance their emergency management systems.
There is no cost to participate in this event. Coffee breaks and lunch will be provided for.
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