This course provides an in-depth exploration of the approaches to developing and evaluating nuclear safety cases. Participants will learn about the regulatory requirements and guidance related to safety cases, as well as the best practices for developing and reviewing them. The course will cover the key elements of a safety case, including hazard identification, risk assessment, and mitigation strategies. Participants will also learn about the different approaches to safety case development, such as deterministic and probabilistic methods, and the strengths and limitations of each. Through case studies and interactive exercises, participants will gain a practical understanding of how to develop and evaluate safety cases for nuclear facilities. By the end of the course, participants will have the knowledge and skills needed to contribute to the development and review of robust and effective safety cases in the nuclear industry.
- One day intensive
- Interactive and discussion-based
- Led by experienced industry professionals