Managing Nuclear Safety Knowledge : National Approaches and Experience.
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5050 |a Intro -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 1.1. Background -- 1.2. Objective -- 1.3. Scope -- 1.4. Structure -- 2. Conceptual basis -- 2.1. Knowledge -- 2.2. Knowledge management -- 2.3. Nuclear safety knowledge management -- 2.4. Nuclear safety knowledge management: Roles and responsibilities -- 3. Drivers and benefits -- 3.1. General drivers and benefits -- 3.1.1. Achieve safe operation -- 3.1.2. Support culture for safety -- 3.1.3. Support leadership and management for safety -- 3.1.4. Support the integrated (systemic) approach to nuclear safety -- 3.1.5. Achieve efficiency gains -- 3.1.6. Support intergenerational knowledge transfer -- 3.1.7. Facilitate innovation and learning -- 3.1.8. Identify and protect sensitive knowledge -- 3.1.9. Contribute to an efficient and effective response in a nuclear or radiological emergency -- 3.1.10. Support public awareness -- 3.1.11. Support capacity building -- 3.2. National level drivers and considerations -- 3.2.1. The role of governments -- 3.2.2. Involving all interested parties -- 3.2.3. Linking organizations through knowledge interfaces -- 3.2.4. Planning human resources at the national level -- 3.2.5. Cross-organizational learning -- 3.2.6. Avoiding knowledge loss -- 3.2.7. Transferring and preserving knowledge -- 3.2.8. Achieving knowledge resilience over longer timescales -- 3.2.9. Changing policy environments -- 3.2.10. Addressing changes in the knowledge base -- 3.2.11. Managing technological change -- 3.2.12. Managing societal change -- 3.2.13. Considering starting or restarting nuclear programmes -- 3.2.14. Linking to regional and international activities -- 3.2.15. Developing a national memory -- 3.2.16. Ensuring appropriate resources for national level activities -- 3.2.17. Nuclear safety knowledge management in the context of emergency preparedness and response.
5058 |a 3.2.18. Considering intellectual property -- 4. Approaches and experience gained in Member States -- 4.1. Nuclear knowledge management survey results -- 4.2. Coordinated national approach -- 4.2.1. National strategy or national coordination mechanism -- 4.2.2. Features -- 4.2.3. Content -- 4.3. National nuclear safety knowledge maps -- 4.4. Experience gained in Member States -- 5. Summary -- REFERENCES -- CONTRIBUTORS TO DRAFTING AND REVIEW.
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