EuroCourse 1

Managerial Competences and Leadership for Safety Culture
A course for senior managers in the nuclear sector

27th - 28th November 2013
Manchester, UK

A course designed following extensive consultations with both users of radiation and the nuclear industry, for Senior Managers on Nuclear Safety Culture.

Location
Chancellors Hotel
is a Grade II listed mansion located in Manchester offering three-star accommodation, and is surrounded by five acres of beautiful, well-maintained gardens.

Chancellors has a great reputation for excellent food and provides a perfect environment for high quality conferences and workshops.

Travel details for Chancellors Hotel are available here.

Course Content
• Responsibilities, accountability and the role of management in building, promoting and encouraging safety culture.
• Organisational systems for Radiation Protection, Safety and Safety Culture;
• Commercial and safety benefits of a strong safety culture
• Case studies will be used to illustrate these themes

Module preparation:
Before the module we will send all participants some suggested pre-course reading (IAEA documents, reference documents).

Participants will be encouraged to prepare a description (a form will be provided in advance) of one specific case concerning safety and focusing on organisational aspects they are facing in their own organisation. Those cases which best fit the aims of the seminar will be selected by the Facilitators for problem solving sessions.

Course Fee
£950 which includes two nights accommodation, all meals with extensive menu choice, course materials and personalised mentoring.

Registration is available via the Registration page.

Delivery Team

Mario Gonzalez - Lead Facilitator
Tecnatom staff member; Safety Culture expert; Certified INPO-WANO facilitator

A summary of Mario Gonzalez's lectures is available here.

Pascal Croüail - Expert Lecturer
European ALARA Network Coordinator, CEPN (Nuclear Protection Evaluation Centre, France)

A summary of Pascal Croüail's lectures is available here

Gaston Meskens - Expert Lecturer
Science & Technology Studies Group, SCK.CEN; expert in ethics of technological risk governance

A summary of Gaston Meskens's lectures is available here.

Gregg Butler - Facilitator
Director at Integrated Decision Management Ltd; ex-Deputy Chief Executive of BNFL

Peter Storey - Mentor
University of Central Lancashire Nuclear Centre; ex-Director of Nuclear Research at HSE/Nuclear Installations Inspectorate