Experience Gained from Fires in Nuclear Power Plants: Lessons Learned
International Atomic Energy Agency, 2004 - 150 pages
This publication includes a detailed analysis of the most recent events collected through the IAEA databases and other bibliographic sources. It provides the technical background for the recently revised IAEA Safety Guide on Fire Protection for new and existing plants and also a collection of lessons learnt that are useful for practical fire safety enhancement in operating plants. It aims at providing a comprehensive summary of the experience in Member States, with special emphasis on the development of a unified approach to management of the feedback experience, also in view of an improvement of the available methodologies for fire hazard for fire hazard evaluation.
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