South Korea Has Taken Steps To Improve Public Information, Says IAEA

Posted by NucNet on 22 January 2014 in NucNet

Security & Safety

The government of South Korea has taken several steps to improve public information and involvement in nuclear safety, and has applied lessons learned from a 2012 case that revealed that domestic suppliers to the nuclear industry had falsified quality assurance documents, the International Atomic Energy Agency has said, An IAEA Integrated Regulatory Review Service (IRRS) peer review team also emphasised that the country needs to further strengthen its regulatory programme by devoting sufficient resources to it, and by improving intergovernmental coordination and public involvement.