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Experience on public information during emergency

Abe, Minako

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As the experience on public communication during emergency, I explain lesson learned from JCO criticality accident and the sodium leak accident of Monju. And introduce the methods of public communication, public warning systems, response to the public inquiry, monitoring of news media, training of public communication in the NEAT etc.

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Experiences on urgent protective actions

Yamamoto, Kazuya

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As experiences on urgent protective actions in Japan, the decision making and the imprementation of the urgent protective actions in the case of the JCO nuclear criticality accident is introduced.

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Improvement of emergency information for nuclear emergency management

Watanabe, Fumitaka

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JCO accident revealed that parties concerned had no effective tools to quickly share important information about the accident with each other. Some application examples of the network-based information system for emergency management have been employed. Based on lessons, the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) developed the Emergency Information Clearinghouse (ECHO) in 2002. ECHO has been in operation 24/7 as an information tool on a dedicated-line network for nuclear emergency response and connects nationwide 22 off-site centers, 3 central government emergency operations centers and our organization named NEAT. ECHO has been used for trainings and drills for dozens of times to date. ECHO has evolved to become an efficient information sharing tool through several improvements. The system enables to unify information, enables to the separately located parties to share proper information in a timely manner and enables to minimize the load of managing a great deal of information.

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