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Nuclear Security Regulation for Radioactive Sources - 17 September 2020

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This month's NSCP webinar welcomes Dr Christopher Englefield, Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Science and Security Studies, Department of War Studies, King's College London.

The webinar is of particular interest to users of radioactive sources as well as regulators. It will provide them with the knowledge and specific expertise to ensure radioactive source security by creating constructive relationships and a conducive environment.

This one-hour talk will offer:

  • A brief guide to the objectives of regulating radioactive sources
  • Focus on the specific objectives of security regulation
  • Review a proposed optimal culture for the regulated community and the regulators, before discussing how that culture might be achieved.

About the speaker

Dr Christopher Englefield trained in Health Physics in the Defence Nuclear Industry and then spent over 30 years working for the UK’s Regulatory Body. From 2001, he became increasingly involved in radioactive source security both in the UK and internationally and became an expert adviser, including to the International Atomic Energy Agency. He now operates an international nuclear security and regulation consultancy to organisations, governments and universities.

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Karl Dewey

Karl Dewey

Research Associate and Project Coordinator

Chris Englefield

Chris Englefield

Visiting Research Fellow

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17 September 2020

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