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Conference on Recovery After Nuclear Accidents

Radiological Protection Lessons
from Fukushima and Beyond

December 1 - 18, 2020

F. Gabillaud-Poillion, J.M. Bertho, C. Reuter, O. Rivière, J.L. Lachaume

Updated: Dec 11, 2020

Implication of Stakeholders During the Preparedness Phase of a Post-accidental Situation Management

F. Gabillaud-Poillion, J.M. Bertho, C. Reuter, O. Rivière, J.L. Lachaume (French Nuclear Safety Authority, ASN),


The steering committee for post-accident management preparedness (CODIRPA) started in 2005, with the aim of establishing the main principles to be set up on the long term for population protection and recovery. Since the beginning, a mainly principle was the pluralistic nature of the working groups (WG), gathering representative of scientific and technical experts, state departments, nuclear operators and representative of civil society (stakeholders). Stakeholders were mainly associated to the various working groups of CODIRPA. In order to foster the implication of stakeholders from the civil society in the works of CODIRPA, a new organization was introduced. It consists in having two consecutive WG, the first one mainly composed of technical experts for tackling with technical issues, and the second one for evaluating the proposals made by the experts from stakeholders’ point on view. Results of this new strategy will be presented.

事故後状況管理の準備段階における利害関係者の関与

F. Gabillaud-Poillion, J.M. Bertho, C. Reuter, O. Rivière, J.L. Lachaume (French Nuclear Safety Authority, ASN),


住民保護と復旧のため長期的に設定される主要原則を定めることを目的として、事故後管理準備の運営委員会(CODIRPA)が2005年に開始された。当初から作業部会(WG)の多元的性質が主な原則であり、科学と技術の専門家、国の各省庁、原子力運転事業者、市民団体の代表者(利害関係者)が集められた。利害関係者は概して、CODIRPAのさまざまな作業部会に参加した。CODIRPAの取り組みで市民団体からの利害関係者の関与を促すため、新たな組織が設立された。この組織は2つの連続的なWGから成り、1つは主に技術問題に対処するため技術専門家で構成され、もう1つは専門家による提案を利害関係者の視点から評価する。この新戦略の成果は今後示す。



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