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Appendix E: Recommendations from Other Organizations
Pages 324-327

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From page 324...
... Key recommendations from these investigations/assessments have been captured and generalized in Table E.1 and compared with the recommendations from the present study. The nuclear industry and its regulators have taken additional actions to implement lessons learned from the Fukushima Daiichi accident since the reports referenced in this table were published.
From page 325...
... ANS CNSC DIET ENSI IAEA IC INPO JANTI ONR TEPCO UCS USNRC NAS RISK ASSESSMENT Review design bases for naturally occurring hazardous events ü ü   ü ü ü ü ü ü ü   ü Use risk to assess low-probability/high-consequence events ü       ü ü ü ü ü ü   ü « Consider multi-unit interactions in risk assessments ü       ü   ü   ü       « Review and assess risk of hydrogen-buildup during extreme events       ü ü     ü ü ü   ü « Perform and incorporate results from extreme weather research         ü ü               Update or create severe accident management guidelines (SAMG) ü ü   ü ü ü ü     ü     « FACILITIES, EQUIPMENT, AND OPERATIONS Identify essential safety equipment and ensure it can support prolonged recovery       ü ü       ü ü ü     operations Secure backup power for extended periods   ü   ü       ü ü ü   ü « Build well-equipped emergency response centers with robust internal and external   ü   ü ü ü ü   ü ü   ü communication links Review and assess containment vent operation during extreme events       ü     ü     ü   ü «  Review and assess reactor core cooling capability during extreme events       ü     ü ü ü ü ü   « Improve environmental monitoring during event       ü   ü ü   ü ü   ü « Identify essential control systems that must be maintained during event   ü     ü               « • monitoring of core and spent fuel pools       ü     ü     ü     « • communications between systems and emergency response centers         ü               « • ensure additional emergency resources will be made available during event       ü     ü   ü ü ü     325 continued
From page 326...
... safety standards       ü ü ü     ü         Allow dose limit flexibility during emergencies   ü         ü     ü      
From page 327...
... ; IC = Investigation Committee on the Accident at Fukushima Nuclear Power Stations of Tokyo Electric Power Company (Investigation Committee, 2012) ; INPO = Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO, 2012)

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