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Moriyama - Lessons Learned from the Accident at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power

Moriyama - Lessons Learned from the Accident at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power

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Session I
Y. Moriyama, Deputy Director‐General for Nuclear Accident Measures,
Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry,
Lessons Learned from the Accident at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power
Station and Measures for Improvements Concerning Public Relations (Japan)
Session I
Y. Moriyama, Deputy Director‐General for Nuclear Accident Measures,
Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry,
Lessons Learned from the Accident at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power
Station and Measures for Improvements Concerning Public Relations (Japan)

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18 June 2012Yoshinori MoriyamaDeputy Director-General for Nuclear Accident MeasuresNISA, Japan
Nuclear and Industrial SafetyAgency
 
Ministry of Economy, Trade andIndustry
International Experts’ Meeting on
Enhancing Transparency andCommunication Effectiveness inthe event of a Nuclear orRadiological Emergency
Lessons Learned from the Accident atTEPCO 's Fukushima Dai-ichi NuclearPower Station and Measures forImprovements Concerning Public Relations
 
 
1. NISA’s Experiences from the Response to
the Accident2. How did the People and Media JudgeNISA's Public Relations?
3. NISA’s Future Efforts and Approaches
Based on Experiences4. Conclusions
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1-1. NISA's Experiences from the Response to the AccidentExtremely difficult situation for public relations
The Fukushima Nuclear Accident is a complex disaster.
(1) The operator's and the government's insufficientpreparedness for a complex disaster(2) Need to cope with an earthquake, a tsunami and anuclear accident at the same time.(3) Prolonged unavailability of infrastructure over a largeregion (electricity, telecommunications and traffic)Exceptionally difficult situations to gatherinformation and to communicate(4) Resource allocation problems

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