NISA has initiated a study of the impact of aging degradation, accidents, and damage on the safety of nuclear stations. The board will focus on the degradation of critical equipment and piping, and reevaluate seismic performance.
Another area of focus will be radiation leaks from nuclear fuel begins to melt, and look for indicators that tend to increase risk. The board plans to summarize its focus and goals withing the next year.
- NISA releases Japanese nuclear stress test reviews on website (enformable.com)
- NISA releases safety plan for Fukushima plant after cold shutdown – Concern that ‘Cold Shutdown’ Tepco Boasts is Temporary and Unstable (enformable.com)
- Japanese Nuclear Safety Agency Found Putting Workers In Compromising Situations (enformable.com)
- Nuclear energy deserves no pity – Spare me the indignation (enformable.com)
- TEPCO revises timetable to cold shutdown for seventh time in eight months (enformable.com)
- Japanese Prime Minister Kan Condemns NISA Scandal and Lack of Ability (enformable.com)
- Submission of reports to NISA regarding results of earthquake response analysis using observed seismic data collected at Fukushima Daiichi and Daini Nuclear Power Station (enformable.com)
- TEPCO : Press Release | Receipt of instruction document from NISA regarding submission request for report on the measures to continue water injection into reactors of Unit 1 to 3 at Fukushima Daiic… (enformable.com)
- TEPCO Is Not Providing English Translation of Its Report to NISA on Emergency Cooling Scheme That Assumes Fuel and Reactors Intact at Fukushima I | EX-SKF (enformable.com)
- Japan Orders TEPCO to Revise Road Map (enformable.com)