From 1 January 2013 to 31 December 2016, for 4-years!

NUSHARE is a FP7 project implementing a European Education, Training and Information initiative proposed by the Commissioner for Research and Innovation and the Commissioner for Energy after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami on 11 March 2011 (Fukushima). Its main objective is to develop and implement Education, Training and Information programmes strengthening competences required for achieving excellence in Nuclear Safety Culture.
Particular attention is being paid to lessons learned from stress tests conducted on all EU nuclear Power Plants in response to the the Fukushima accident and to sharing best practices at the European level.
NUSHARE addresses the specific needs of different stakeholders in nuclear safety by the development and EU-wide dissemination of programmes for 3 target groups:

  • Policy decision makers and opinion leaders at the level of governments, international organisations, scientific communities, journalists.
  • Staff members of Nuclear Regulatory Authorities and Technical Safety Organisations (TSOs).
  • Electric utilities, systems suppliers, and providers of nuclear services at the level of responsible personnel, in particular managers.


For more information, download and visit the NUSHARE Description of Works

EURATOM

There are 6 partners for the 1st Phase: The French INSTNThe German ISaR, the Spanish Tecnatom and UPM, and the European ENSTTI and ENEN.

2nd PHASE OF THE PROJECT

You can register to participate in the NUSHARE Project after the Stakeholders Meeting in March 13-14, 2014.

1st: Policy decision makers and opinion leaders

2nd: Nuclear Reg. Authorities and Technical Safety Organisations

​3rd: Electric utilities and Suppliers


PROJECT FOR SHARING & GROWING NUCLEAR SAFETY CU​LTURE COMPETENCE

PROJECT COORDINATOR

3 TARGET GROUPS

registration of participants

PARTNERS

OBJECTIVE

EUROPEAN COMMISSION

The NUSHARE project originated as a Euratom Education, Training and Information (ETI) initiative proposed by the Cabinets of Commissioner Mrs Máire Geoghegan Quinn (Research and Innovation) and Commissioner Mr Günther Oettinger (Energy) after the Great East Japan Earthquake on 11 March 2011. 

ENEN ASSOCIATION


The main objective of the ENEN Association is the preservation and the further development of expertise in the nuclear fields by higher education and training.


This objective should be realized through the co-operation between universities, research organisations, regulatory bodies, the industry and any other organisations involved in the application of nuclear science and ionising radiation.

  • Pascal Anzieu - CEA / INSTN
  • Didier Louvat - ENSTTI
  • Jose Ignacio Villadoniga - TECNATOM
  • Emilio Mínguez - UPM
  • Georges Van Goethem - EU.COMMIS.
  • Walter Ambrosini - ENEN
  • Pedro Diéguez Porras - ENEN
  • Anselm Schaefer - ISAR
  • ​Michael Micklinghoff - Ex EON
  • ​Nigel Buttery - EDF UK
  • Robert Geisser - AREVA 

To develop and implement Education, Training and Information programmes strengthening competences required for the Excellence in Nuclear Safety Culture

TASK FORCE members