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The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (SSM) and WINS conducted an International Best Practice Workshop on the Security of Radioactive Sources - The Road to Sustainability and Resilience.
This workshop enabled participants to:
Increasing radioactive source sustainability and resilience to threat requires close communication and cooperation among a wide range of international stakeholders, including regulators, licensees, security vendors, researchers, law enforcement and international organisations.
Delegates from the following countries were invited to attend this event: European Union Members, Norway, Switzerland, United States, Canada, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain
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• Opening Session: Workshop Agenda and Objectives - Pierre Legoux (WINS)
• Opening Session: The different mechanisms for achieving radioactive source security and reducing radiological security risks - Andrew Bieniawski (NTI, USA)
• Session I: International efforts for strengthening the security of radioactive sources - Allison Parnell (IAEA)
• Session II:Inspection and enforcement of regulatory requirements - Margaret Cervera (NRC, USA)
• Session III: Security measures for a category 1 research facility - Hanna Holstein (Lund University Hospital, Sweden)
• Session III: Security measures for radioactive sources ? A Canadian operator perspective - Mike Molson (CNL, Canada)
• Session III: Responding to Security Incident at Facilities - Graeme Morrice (Scotland Police, UK)
• The Global Cesium Security Initiative - Kristina Hatcher (DOE NNSA, USA)
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