The course covers the roles and responsibilities of local authorities in nuclear emergency planning, as well as the legal framework and guidance that underpins it. Participants will learn how to develop effective emergency plans and procedures, and how to work with other agencies and stakeholders during an emergency response. The course also covers the practical aspects of emergency planning, such as risk assessments, communication strategies, and response exercises. By the end of the course, participants will have a comprehensive understanding of the emergency planning process and the specific considerations that apply to nuclear incidents, enabling them to effectively contribute to emergency planning efforts in their local areas.
- Two day intensive
- Interactive and discussion-based
- Led by experienced industry professionals