|Date:||Saturday, 26 January 2013|
|Time:||07:30 - 16:00|
|Venue:||Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant|
|Organizer(s):||The Hong Kong Association of Risk Management and Safety (HKARMS)|
|Co-Organizer(s):||Hong Kong Nuclear Society|
|Supporter(s):||FOSHA, HKIE-SSC, SRSO, IOSH(HK), ICSCAA, HKIUS, CCPDC|
|Contact Person:||Vincent Ho|
Is it safe to work in a nuclear power plant? After the Fukushima nuclear accident in 2011, there has been significant interest in the understanding of nuclear power plant (NPP) operation, more so, the OSH hazards and risk control measures associated with workers at NPP. In this site visit, we will talk to management of DBNPP and exchange knowledge and practice in OSH. We will also visit the Simulation Room with a briefing on the training of plant operators, and the Emergency Centre to understand how plant personnel mitigate incidents.
This event is free to members (including transportation to and from Daya Bay and lunch) but a HK$300 refundable deposit is required. Due to limited quota, please enroll here first to secure a quota. If you are accepted by this web page, then please download and submit the Data Form per instructions in the form to finalize the registration. Please note that acceptance of registration from this web page DOES NOT mean a seat has been reserved for you. You MUST submit the Data Form and send a deposit on or before 10 January 2013 to finalize the registration process.
Your registration is completed AFTER we have received your Data Form and deposit. Confirmation email will be sent to successful registration with itinerary and assembly details. Attendance certificate and your deposit will be issued at end of site visit.
|Remarks:||Please send Data Form if and only if this web page is still accepting application.|