SITEX.Network welcomes CNSC as a new member!

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) joins the SITEX.Network being the first overseas member in our association.  As Canada’s nuclear regulator, the CNSC regulates the use of nuclear energy and materials to protect health, safety, security and the...

First training course successfully finished before Corona lockdown

This happened right before the confinement of several countries: the 1st of the 3 modules forming the SITEX/ENSTTI training course. The first of its kind took place from 9 to 13 March 2020 at ENSTTI premises in France, with 9 participants from 5 organizations. It...

SITEX Activity on Deep Borehole Disposal

A SITEX.Network activity in 2019 is to build a state of the art review regarding the different possible concepts for Deep Borehole Disposal (DBD). Many countries develop programmes for the Deep Geological Disposal (DGD) of high-level and long-lived intermediate-level...

PEP played in the framework of ongoing French public debate

THE SITEX SERIOUS GAME “PEP” PLAYED IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE ONGOING FRENCH PUBLIC DEBATE The serious game named PEP (Pathway Evaluation Process) dealing with various situations of high level radioactive waste management developed within SITEX has been implemented in...

ASN has played PEP

The French Nuclear Safety Authority (ASN) has asked IRSN to an initiation to the serious game named Pathway Evaluation Process (PEP) developed in the framework of SITEX-II . This serious game is conceptualized in an innovative approach as an exercise of participatory...