Rivne NPP passed a peer review of the World Association of Nuclear Operators

At the Rivne NPP, a peer review was completed - one of the main programs of the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO), which lasted at the site from September 3 to 17, the press service reports.

The peer review by the Association's experts was carried out at the Rivne NPP for the ninth time.

The team of independent experts at the site was represented by 19 specialists from Bulgaria, Great Britain, Armenia, Slovakia, the USA, Hungary, Ukraine, the Czech Republic and three specialists from WANO from the Russian Federation, who joined the event remotely.

Experts checked the Rivne NPP in the following areas: organization and administration, operation, repair and work management, engineering support, chemistry, operating experience, fire protection, emergency preparedness, verification of recommendations for important operating experience (SOER), as well as, for the first time in the area, monitoring of work control room personnel on full-scale training centre (CPO) simulators.

“For two weeks, our team, together with partners from the power plant, monitored the work of the enterprise's employees, communicated with the personnel and studied the RNPP documentation. As a result, certain areas and proposals for improving production activities were identified, as well as the strengths of the enterprise, which are worth borrowing. Thanks to the counter-partners and other power plant workers for the open discussion; We thank the management for the excellent organization of the mission and excellent conditions for our work,” Lubomir Krenicky, Head of the peer review team said.

As a reminder, in July, fuel assemblies manufactured by Westinghouse arrived at the Rivne NPP.

Tags: NPP, NNEGC "Energoatom", electricity, USA, RF, foreign affairs, RNPP, infrastructure, energy security, power unit, Europe

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