Leaders and employees shall always have that in mindset when it comes to behaviors, decision-making, accountability, work-processes, etc. : 2. relationship between an organization’s safety culture and an SMS. Introduction This Addendum II, Cross-References, provides cross-references from WANO principle PL 2013-1 Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture, to the previous GL 2006-2 Principles for a Strong Nuclear Safety Culture and the International Atomic Energy Agency safety culture attributes. Radiation safety and protection of people are shared goals of the Health Physics Society (HPS) and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture describes the essential traits and attributes of a healthy nuclear safety culture, with the goal of creating a framework for open discussion and continuing evolution of safety culture throughout the commercial nuclear energy industry. 0000000999 00000 n 0000069595 00000 n Nuclear safety applies to every stage of design, construction, operations, shutdown and dismantling. We have adopted the following definition of Nuclear Safety Culture: “That assembly of characteristics and attitudes in organisations and individuals which establishes that, as an overriding priority, nuclear plant safety issues receive the attention warranted by their significance” (from IAEA Safety Series No75- Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture. Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture reflects an alignment in two sets of terms that have been used to describe nuclear safety culture: INPO and the industry defined safety culture in leadership terms of principles and attributes, and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission defined safety culture in regulatory terms of components and aspects. which describes the traits – defined as ‘pattern[s] of thinking, feeling and behaving’** – found to be present in a positive safety culture. TRAITS OF A HEALTHY NUCLEAR SAFETY CULTURE. security as well as the other areas of safety. As one of the pioneer nuclear power base in mainland China, Qinshan NPP is now experiencing a series of MAJOR CHANGES both in organization and management systems. Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture builds on the knowledge and experience developed since the publication of Principles of a Strong Nuclear Safety Culture, in 2006. %PDF-1.4 %���� The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Safety Culture Policy Statement includes a list of nine traits further defining a positive safety culture. 0000004469 00000 n Documents. 0000058555 00000 n ‘To maximise the safety and reliability of nuclear power plants worldwide by working together to assess, benchmark and improve performance through mutual support, exchange of information and emulation of best practices.’ * As part this, WANO published the Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture. Updated IRIS-tagged NSC events information is available, titled “Nuclear Safety Culture Traits -October 2020,” including decision-making and continuous learning on a 2020 adverse trend. Over the years, watershed events have influenced the safety culture at commercial nuclear power plants. 0000002875 00000 n Principles for Excellence in … 0000086473 00000 n 0000004283 00000 n describes the essential traits and attributes of. make nuclear safety the overriding priority. 0000003054 00000 n Safety culture is the collection of the beliefs, perceptions and values that employees share in relation to risks within an organization, such as a workplace or community. Leaders are a key component of an organization’s strategic capability. 0000086210 00000 n He or she ensures that this internal verification, called level 1 control, is independent of the operating personnel to whom authority has been delegated. 1213 34 The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) defines nuclear safety culture as the core values and behaviors resulting from a collective commitment by leaders and individuals to emphasize safety over competing goals to ensure protection of people and the environment. N/A LA.8 Leader Behaviors: Leaders exhibit behaviors that set the standard for safety. 16 S & S Culture Individual’s “values, beliefs and assumptions ” Fair-minded Critical Thinking If it is felt that RP culture needs a significant improvement within the undertaking, the management should also be taken into account in the process of stakeholder involvement. It is based on a compilation of state of the art international and national efforts. The change in the title reflects the commercial nuclear industry alignment of its own terminology with that used by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. It is the University’s expectation that all individuals, performing or overseeing regulated activities involving radioactive materials, should take the necessary steps to promote a positive safety culture by fostering these traits as they apply to their organizational environments: Leadership Safety Values and Actions 0000005539 00000 n Risk and Culture: An Essay on the Selection of Technological and Environmental Dangers Oct 27, 1983 by Mary Douglas and Aaron Wildavsky. The International Atomic Energy Agency's newly-published Harmonised Safety Culture Model describes the traits and attributes that are observed when a strong culture for safety is present. Edgar Schein Safety Culture IAEA 2014. safety culture traits found in the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s (NRC) Safety Culture Policy Statement (SCPS) and how they apply to you—whether you are an NRC licensee, a vendor or contractor employee, an organization interested in the safe and secure use of nuclear materials, or others involved in nuclear safety regulation. Both regulators and the nuclear industry recognize the need for licensees to develop a strong safety culture in order to support successful and sustainable nuclear safety performance. 7F Employees have confidence that issues with nuclear safety implications are prioritized, 0000002261 00000 n Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture reflects an alignment in two sets of terms that have been used to describe nuclear safety culture: INPO and the industry defined safety culture in leadership terms of principles and attributes, and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission defined safety culture in regulatory terms of components and aspects. 0000060043 00000 n The Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture1 defines nuclear safety culture as the core values and behaviors result-ing from a collective commitment by leaders and individuals to emphasize safety over competing goals to ensure protection of people and the environment. regional programmes that promote a nuclear safety-security culture among radiation workers and regulators and enhance nuclear energy governance in the region. same traits apply to radiological safety, industrial safety, security and environmental safety; nuclear safety is the first value adopted at a nuclear station and is never abandoned. 0000069893 00000 n AREVA nuclear entities conduct periodic nuclear safety reviews to reassess their facilities in terms of achieving general nuclear safety objectives required by regulations. Analyzing risks in advance is the basis of group’s safety culture Safety culture is that assembly of characteristics and attitudes in organiza-tions and individuals which establishes that, as an overriding priority, nuclear plant safety issues receive the attention warranted by their significance. 1213 0 obj <> endobj The Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) has released a document* that aims at aligning their previous descriptions of safety culture (SC) with current NRC SC terminology. Organizational Culture and Leadership. 0000032902 00000 n nuclear safety culture. trailer Session 1 accentuated the importance of developing the nuclear safety-security culture in Southeast Asia. i The following principles are described in i this document: i I I. 0000004050 00000 n Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture builds on the knowledge and experience gained since the publication of Principles of a Strong Nuclear Safety Culture in 2004. An effective SMS has to take into account all factors that impact safety including the human and organizational; and conversely, the safety culture influences the way in which the SMS is implemented. Updated IRIS-tagged NSC events information is available, titled “Nuclear Safety Culture Traits -October 2020,” including decision-making and continuous learning on a 2020 adverse trend. Risk and Culture: An Essay on the Selection of Technological and Environmental Dangers Oct 27, 1983 by Mary Douglas and Aaron Wildavsky. 0000006049 00000 n Organizational Culture and Leadership. Like snowflakes, no two of the safety culture trait colors are the same. Nuclear professionals need to demonstrate personal commitment to apply their skills and knowledge effectively in a nuclear context. The term safety culture is standard terminology in many industries outside the nuclear industry. Safety culture is shaped by the shared attitudes, norms, beliefs and values of all employees, and weaknesses in safety culture can contribute significantly to incidents and accidents across different industries, including the nuclear industry. ��jp��\��2`� S|2LX@%��d�㱐���¦� �ry`��C��H�x,�G��ww�Y2�p����㱐'\��߀iX��ĥ��;::@�JI-���� �+�¡��>;L3;�6���PM�A�+PT�P �8��\A$A�~a~��+��\�B�H��� ��n@f4����bo�$W1�b�b�`z�p�a!� Intellectual Traits To Impact the S & S Culture. personal responsibility for safety. published Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture in December 2012, which defines three traits and ten attributes that comprise safety culture. As a leader, you have to reinforce that mindset %%EOF Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture describes the essential traits and attributes of a healthy nuclear safety culture, with the goal of creating a framework for open discussion and continuing evolution of safety culture throughout the commercial nuclear energy industry. Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture reflects an alignment in two sets of terms that have been used to describe nuclear safety culture: INPO and the industry defined safety culture in leadership terms of principles and attributes, and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission defined safety culture in regulatory terms of components and aspects. The traits are grouped into three categories: Individual commitment to safety ; Management commitment to safety; Management systems; Framework for discussion. The IAEA officer responsible for this publication was A. Kerhoas of the Division of Nuclear Installation Safety. The organization strongly endorses the nuclear safety culture as a key operating feature, and philosophy, of its membership (INPO, 2004) and also asserts that every nuclear power station needs a strong safety culture. Nuclear safety culture is the core values and behaviors resulting from a collective commitment by leaders and individuals to emphasize safety over competing goals to ensure protection of people and the environm ent. A positive safety culture contributes to achieving radiation safety and protection of people, which are important to both the HPS and the NRC. On its safety culture webpage, the NRC identifies nine very colorful traits needed for a positive safety culture. While the CNSC acknowledges that many definitions of safety culture exist, t he CNSC defines safety culture as the characteristics of the work environment, such as the values, rules, and endstream endobj 1245 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/Index[157 1056]/Length 51/Size 1213/Type/XRef/W[1 1 1]>>stream 0000069344 00000 n Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture, INPO, Humble Consulting: How to Provide Real Help Faster, Risk and Culture: An Essay on the Selection of Technological and Environmental Dangers Oct 27, 1983by Mary Douglas and Aaron Wildavsky, Just Culture: Balancing Safety and Accountability, Dekker, IAEA Safety Culture Assessment Review Team (SCART), Build a Healthy Safety Culture Using Organizational Learning and High Reliability Organizing, Christenson, Achieving a safe culture: theory and practice, Reason, Safety Moment - It is not “Just Culture” it is “Just Leadership,” -Todd Conklin, 3 minutes, Risk and Culture: An Essay on the Selection of Technological and Environmental Dangers Oct 27, 1983. Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture (INPO 12-012) and its accompanying addendums address the unique nature of nuclear technology and many of the engineering and technical behaviors necessary to support a healthy nuclear safety culture. These traits describe patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving that emphasize safety, particularly in goal conflict situations, such as when safety goals conflict with production, schedule or cost goals. Through unpr … Questioning Attitude: Individuals avoid complacency and continuously challenge existing conditions and activities in order to identify discrepancies that might result in error or inappropriate action. The Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) has released a document* that aims at aligning their previous descriptions of safety culture (SC) with current NRC SC terminology. I 1 Safety culture: An organization 5 values i 1 and behaviors-modeled by its leaders and internalized by its members-that serve to I ! Source: NRC Assessing Safety Culture Leaders and employees shall always have that in mindset when it comes to behaviors, decision-making, accountability, work-processes, etc. builds on the knowledge and experience. healthy nuclear safety culture (hereafter "safety culture"), with the goal of creating a framework for open discussion and continu- ing evolution of safety culture throughout the commercial nuclear electric generating indus- try. On behalf of the UK Nuclear Industry Safety Directors Forum, the Office for Nuclear Regulation, and the Department of Energy and Climate Change, we very much welcome this short guide on civil nuclear security culture. NRC’s Safety Culture Traits. nuclear safety culture. 0000003282 00000 n The model, it says, is a comprehensive tool intended for all organisations that deal directly or indirectly with ionizing radiation, enabling them to set goals, implement changes, and measure progress. This statement was carefully composed to emphasize that Safety Culture is 2G Informal opinion leaders in the organization are encouraged to model safe behavior and influence peers to meet high standards. 2 KEY ATTRIBUTES OF AN EXCELLENT NUCLEAR SECURITY CULTURE FOREWORD On behalf of the UK Nuclear Industry Safety Directors Forum, the Office for Nuclear Regulation, and the Department of Energy and Climate Change, we very much welcome this short guide on civil nuclear security culture. Several countries in the region are interested in adding nuclear power to their future energy mix. a healthy nuclear safety culture, with the goal. Safety is considered to be an inviolable constraint and part of the social contract under which nuclear plants are allowed to operate. 0000061715 00000 n The General Inspectorate: a shared expertise A department in charge of Nuclear Safety and of the General Inspectorate reporting to the Executive Board has been established. 0000061137 00000 n The document describes the essential traits and attributes of a healthy** nuclear SC. Traits of a Healthy Nuclear Safety Culture, INPO The phrase "safety culture" is widely used but rarely understood. Safety or radiation protection culture is one of the important features of any management system within the nuclear or radiation branch. Statements were grouped according to the 10 safety culture traits. Documents. In March 2011, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) approved the Safety Culture Policy Statement, following a three-year development safety culture. Survey Instrument A survey instrument (questionnaire) was used to measure attitudes about and perceptions of the 10 traits of a healthy nuclear safety culture. The IAEA wishes to acknowledge the efforts of G. Rolina (France), who compiled the present publication. :��p`�;�K�J@�K�����p�w�(a�L�2�� .� Personal Accountability: All individuals take . 0000086829 00000 n licensee’s safety culture in nuclear installations and in related activities. 0000061417 00000 n Everybody is responsible for Nuclear Safety Question Attitude Communication focus on Safety Nuclear technology is recognized as special and unique Organizational learning is embraced Problem identifying and solving Cultivating harmonious public relationship Decision-Making reflects safety first Trust Permeates organization Leaders Demonstrate commitment to Safety 0000000016 00000 n But because the NRC deems a positive safety culture as swell and important but not mandatory, plant owners need not collect any of these colored traits. It does the same for security culture. (PL 2013-01, 2013). startxref 0000007295 00000 n The Nuclear industry is not like any other business, in the sense that Nuclear safety is the number one priority. It is important that organizations seek to promote expectations of leadership qualities and management skills that are required to build a strong nuclear safety culture. few decades has demonstrated the importance of a healthy safety culture in maintaining the safety of workers, the public and the environment. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has released a working paper* that attempts to integrate (“harmonize”) the efforts by several different entities** to identify and describe desirable safety culture (SC) traits and attributes. Consequently, the assessment of safety culture and the SMS are complementary. The document describes the essential traits and attributes of a healthy** nuclear SC. developed since the publication of Principles. 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