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One of many major missions of nuclear regulators is to guard the general public, and this can't be thoroughly completed with out public self assurance. The extra a regulatory technique is obvious, the extra such self assurance will develop. regardless of vital cultural ameliorations throughout international locations, a few universal positive factors characterise media and public expectancies relating to any job with an linked possibility. This workshop pointed out a typical knowing of transparency and major stakeholders' expectancies including a few stipulations and practices geared toward bettering the transparency of nuclear regulatory activities.Table of content material : Foreword govt precis commencing consultation -Welcome handle via Dr. Kazuo Sato (NSRA) -Address via METI Deputy Minister Mr. Kozo Yamamoto -Address by means of NEA Director-General Luis Ech??varri -Address via NISA Director-General Dr. Kenkichi Hirose -Objective of this Workshop by means of Dr. Peter Storey consultation 1: realizing TRANSPARENCY -Openness and Transparency: the line to Public self assurance by means of Gregory Jaczko (NRC) -Through a pitcher Darkly The that means of Transparency by means of John Loy (ARPANSA) -Transparency perspectives through Media by way of Yojiro Ikawa (Japan) -Transparency as a component of Public self assurance through Ho Kee Kim (KINS) consultation 2: STAKEHOLDER expectancies concerning TRANSPARENCY -Lessons Learnt on Stakeholder Involvement on choice Making procedure by means of Kunihisa Soda (NSC) -Perspectives of OECD/NEA on Stakeholders' Involvement by means of Takanori Tanaka (NEA) -Lessons Learnt by means of US Nuclear Plant Operators through Walter Hill (NEI) -Public belief and higher communique remains to be wanted (Hankyoreh Newspaper) by means of Hong Sup Cho (Republic of Korea) -Expectations of Stakeholders Voice from the positioning via Hiroo Shinada (Japan) consultation three: stipulations FOR making sure TRANSPARENCY -Transparency The French New Framework through Marie-Pierre Comets (ASN) -Overview of IAEA protection criteria and Insights from Regulatory evaluation companies through Lingquan Guo (IAEA) -Legal Framework to make sure Transparency by means of. Anton Treier (HSK) -Creating inner tradition to make sure Transparency by way of Elizabeth Hayden (NRC) -""Secret of Radiation"" Journalist education path at STUK by means of Risto Isaksson (STUK) -The Canadian Nuclear security Commissions Public listening to and assembly technique by means of Marc Leblanc (CNSC consultation four: altering REGULATORY PRACTICES FOR making sure TRANSPARENCY -Lessons Learnt on Stakeholder Involvement on Decision-making procedure through gained Ky Shin (KINS) -Lessons Learnt approximately communique from the Vandell??s II occasion by means of Julio Barcel?? (CSN) -Lessons from the Paks NPP Case examine via J??zsef R??naky (HAEA ) -Lessons from the EPR building Supervision via Risto Isaksson (STUK) -Utilisation of working stories NUCIA (Nuclear details files) by means of Tadakazu Tsuruta (JANTI) -Lessons from the Forsmark 1 occasion in Sweden via Mr. Anders J?¶rle (SKI) -Communication concerning the THORP occasion through Peter Storey (HSE) -Discussion on Commonalities and modifications in Regulatory Practices through Peter Storey (HSE) consultation five: tools FOR comparing TRANSPARENCY -Methods for comparing Transparency through J??zsef R??naky (HAEA ) -Canadian views in comparing Transparency by way of Laurel Herwig (CNSC) -Opinion Survey on ASN wisdom and photograph through Luc Chanial (ASN) -Assessment of Transparency From the citizens point of view by way of Yoshiko Arano (Japan) -Can Transparency be Measured? a glance forward through Anders J?¶rle (SKI) CONCLUDING consultation -Concluding comments through Hideki Nariai (JNES) -Concluding feedback via Jukka Laaksonen (STUK) -Closing comments by means of Javier Reig (NEA) TOKAI-MURA consultation -Opening tackle via Masami Watanabe (Tokai-Mura Vice Governor) -Risk conversation actions towards Nuclear defense in Tokai: ""Your protection is our Safety"" by way of Tomoko Tsuchiya (Japan) -Message from player through Mr. Takao Sato (Japan) -Message from player by way of Tomok

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One of many major missions of nuclear regulators is to guard the general public, and this can't be thoroughly completed with out public self assurance. The extra a regulatory technique is obvious, the extra such self assurance will develop. regardless of vital cultural ameliorations throughout international locations, a few universal positive factors characterise media and public expectancies relating to any job with an linked possibility. This workshop pointed out a typical knowing of transparency and major stakeholders' expectancies including a few stipulations and practices geared toward bettering the transparency of nuclear regulatory activities.Table of content material : Foreword govt precis commencing consultation -Welcome handle via Dr. Kazuo Sato (NSRA) -Address via METI Deputy Minister Mr. Kozo Yamamoto -Address by means of NEA Director-General Luis Ech??varri -Address via NISA Director-General Dr. Kenkichi Hirose -Objective of this Workshop by means of Dr. Peter Storey consultation 1: realizing TRANSPARENCY -Openness and Transparency: the line to Public self assurance by means of Gregory Jaczko (NRC) -Through a pitcher Darkly The that means of Transparency by means of John Loy (ARPANSA) -Transparency perspectives through Media by way of Yojiro Ikawa (Japan) -Transparency as a component of Public self assurance through Ho Kee Kim (KINS) consultation 2: STAKEHOLDER expectancies concerning TRANSPARENCY -Lessons Learnt on Stakeholder Involvement on choice Making procedure by means of Kunihisa Soda (NSC) -Perspectives of OECD/NEA on Stakeholders' Involvement by means of Takanori Tanaka (NEA) -Lessons Learnt by means of US Nuclear Plant Operators through Walter Hill (NEI) -Public belief and higher communique remains to be wanted (Hankyoreh Newspaper) by means of Hong Sup Cho (Republic of Korea) -Expectations of Stakeholders Voice from the positioning via Hiroo Shinada (Japan) consultation three: stipulations FOR making sure TRANSPARENCY -Transparency The French New Framework through Marie-Pierre Comets (ASN) -Overview of IAEA protection criteria and Insights from Regulatory evaluation companies through Lingquan Guo (IAEA) -Legal Framework to make sure Transparency by means of. Anton Treier (HSK) -Creating inner tradition to make sure Transparency by way of Elizabeth Hayden (NRC) -""Secret of Radiation"" Journalist education path at STUK by means of Risto Isaksson (STUK) -The Canadian Nuclear security Commissions Public listening to and assembly technique by means of Marc Leblanc (CNSC consultation four: altering REGULATORY PRACTICES FOR making sure TRANSPARENCY -Lessons Learnt on Stakeholder Involvement on Decision-making procedure through gained Ky Shin (KINS) -Lessons Learnt approximately communique from the Vandell??s II occasion by means of Julio Barcel?? (CSN) -Lessons from the Paks NPP Case examine via J??zsef R??naky (HAEA ) -Lessons from the EPR building Supervision via Risto Isaksson (STUK) -Utilisation of working stories NUCIA (Nuclear details files) by means of Tadakazu Tsuruta (JANTI) -Lessons from the Forsmark 1 occasion in Sweden via Mr. Anders J?¶rle (SKI) -Communication concerning the THORP occasion through Peter Storey (HSE) -Discussion on Commonalities and modifications in Regulatory Practices through Peter Storey (HSE) consultation five: tools FOR comparing TRANSPARENCY -Methods for comparing Transparency through J??zsef R??naky (HAEA ) -Canadian views in comparing Transparency by way of Laurel Herwig (CNSC) -Opinion Survey on ASN wisdom and photograph through Luc Chanial (ASN) -Assessment of Transparency From the citizens point of view by way of Yoshiko Arano (Japan) -Can Transparency be Measured? a glance forward through Anders J?¶rle (SKI) CONCLUDING consultation -Concluding comments through Hideki Nariai (JNES) -Concluding feedback via Jukka Laaksonen (STUK) -Closing comments by means of Javier Reig (NEA) TOKAI-MURA consultation -Opening tackle via Masami Watanabe (Tokai-Mura Vice Governor) -Risk conversation actions towards Nuclear defense in Tokai: ""Your protection is our Safety"" by way of Tomoko Tsuchiya (Japan) -Message from player through Mr. Takao Sato (Japan) -Message from player by way of Tomok

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Transparency has become a key word in this ubiquitous era. Transparency in regulatory activities needs to be understood in following contexts. First, transparency is one of elements to build public confidence in regulator and eventually to achieve regulatory goal of providing the public with satisfaction at nuclear safety. Transparent bases of competence, independence, ethics and integrity of working process of regulatory body would enhance public confidence. Second, activities transmitting information on nuclear safety and preparedness to be accessed are different types of transparency.

We did not change any regulatory safety thresholds for releases of tritium. We didn't make any changes that had an impact on public health and safety. But the kinds of changes we made had to do with the issues of credibility, with openness and transparency. The agency itself made some changes. We underwent some examinations of this issue and we, in fact, reinstated a practice of publishing information about releases of this kind so that people would be made more aware of them. They may happen on a somewhat regular basis, but that does not pose, in our view, a public health and safety risk.

Just like taking it out on others. There are many examples in which cases are preceded by anger and emotion, and an understanding could not be reached. 56 ,V WUDQVSDUHQF\ WKH HIIHFWLYH VROXWLRQ" ² 5HFLSLHQW  „ The story of “Washington’s Cherry Tree” ‰ A story from Washington’s childhood (It seems to be a fable…) „ Little Washington accidentally broke a branch off a cherry tree in the garden. „ He had the courage to confess and apologize to his father. „ The father praised his son for his courage and honesty.

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