2nd CNS Conference on Fire Safety and Emergency Preparedness

2nd CNS Conference on Fire Safety and Emergency Preparedness
2nd CNS Conference on Fire Safety and Emergency Preparedness
September 17 to September 20, 2017
2017-09-20T00:00:00.000-4:00

Dates: Sep 17 - Sep 20 2017

Conference Venue: Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre, ...

Contact: CNS Office

Phone: (416) 977-7620

Email: cns_office@cns-snc.cansorship and E

IMPORTANT DATES

  • 2017 May 12 th – Deadline for abstracts
  • 2017 August 1st – Deadline for presentations

IMPORTANT FILES 


CONFERENCE BACKGROUND

Leveraging the success of the 1st Technical Meeting on Fire Safety and Emergency Preparedness, the 2nd International Meeting on Fire Safety and Emergency Preparedness will provide a forum for nuclear professionals to network and communicate changes presently impacting the industry. The 2.5-day core program will be comprised of 3 plenary sessions and 6 technical sessions to present and share the latest work and information in the important areas of fire safety and emergency preparedness and mechanisms of emergency management and response that support enhanced interoperability.

Attendees will be able to report on the challenges impacting the nuclear industry and share lessons learned from reviews, drills, and major exercises. The topics include programs, plans, achievements and lessons learned from Business Performance and Governance, Human Performance, Technology and Processes and Programs.

The conference is intended to attract international participants from various sectors of the nuclear industry relating to power reactors, research reactors, nuclear laboratories, mines, processing, storage and handling facilities, decommissioned nuclear facilities, nuclear medicine and transportation of nuclear materials.


CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

The Technical Program Committee invites the submission of abstracts for proposed presentations pertaining to the topic areas within each of the four conference themes. Abstracts are to be no more than 300 words in length and the deadline for submission of abstracts is May 12th 2017. 
Get Engaged! Participate as a Speaker, Session Chair or member of the Organizing Team.

Abstracts should be submitted on https://www.softconf.com/h/fsep2017


Technical Focus

Business Performance and Governance

Human Performance

Technology

Processes and Programs

Regulatory Affairs

Succession Planning

Communication

Nuclear Safety

Codes & Standards

Human Factors

Event Simulation

Integrating Services

License and Laws

Personnel Safety

EME

Fire Prevention

Business Metrics

Human Resources

Fukushima

Engineering Change Control

Management Oversight

Leadership

Emerging Technologies

Business Continuity

Visions of the Future

Ethics

Analytical Tools

Risk Management

Strategies

Management of Performance Systems

Fire Protection Systems

Analysis, Evaluation and Measurement

Organizational Design/Alignment

Instructional Systems Development/Training

Emergency Response Equipment

OPEX

Interoperability

 
Conference Co-Chairs:

Ann B Turney
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
Chalk River Laboratories
1-866-513-2325 Ext. 43493
ann.turney@cnl.ca

Rudy Cronk
Professional Loss Control
3413 Wolfedale Road,
Suite 6, Mississauga, ON
1-800-675-2755 Ext. 214
rcronk@plcfire.com

 

SPONSORS & EXHIBITORS

Host Sponsor: Jensen Hughes


ACCOMMODATIONS

There is a CNS block of guestrooms at the Toronto Marriott Eaton Centre.

The cost is $245 per night + tax, single or double.
Please reserve your Marriott guestroom by calling Marriott Reservations at 1-800-228-9290, mentioning the CNS Conference Sept. 17-20.
A dedicated webpage for on-line guestroom reservations will also be available soon.

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