The objective of this training course on management systems is to help managers and decision makers to implement integrated management systems
Target user: Managers and decision makers
- The structure and content of the IAEA Safety Standards, guides and safety publications
- Why it is beneficial to have a coherent management system that addresses all requirements in a structured way using processes
- The appropriateness of the management system standards to a nuclear utility
- The roles and responsibilities of senior managers and how leadership supports the development and implementation of the management system
- How to align the management system to the goals and objectives of the utility and transition the current management system to the IAEA Safety Standard GS-R?3
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Last Resource Update : 2012 - Apr
Nuclear Safety and Security | NSNI - Division of Nuclear Installation Safety