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United States of America National Report for the 2012 Convention on Nuclear Safety Extraordinary Meeting
Eric Leeds (ed)
This report addresses the actions taken by the U.S. to improve nuclear safety in response to the March 11, 2011, accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan. It demonstrates how the U.S. contributes to achieving and maintaining a high level of nuclear safety worldwide by enhancing national measures and international cooperation and by meeting the obligations of all the articles established by Convention on Nuclear Safety (CNS). The report describes how the U.S. addressed six topics in relation to the Fukushima accident: (1) external events, (2) design issues, (3) severe accident management and recovery, (4) national organizations, (5) emergency preparedness and response and postaccident management, and (6) international cooperation. It includes a section developed by the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations describing work done by the U.S. nuclear industry in response to the Fukushima accident. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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