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Development of A New Methodology for Evaluating Nuclear Safety Culture

원자력 안전문화의 정량화 방법론 개발

  • Received : 2015.04.28
  • Accepted : 2015.08.10
  • Published : 2015.08.31

Abstract

This study developed a Safety Culture Impact Assessment Model (SCIAM) which consists of a safety culture assessment methodology and a safety culture impact quantification methodology. The SCIAM uses safety culture impact index (SCII) to monitor the status of safety culture of the NPPs periodically and it uses relative core damage frequency (RCDF) to present the impact of safety culture on the safety of the NPPs. As a result of applying SCIAM to the reference plant (Kori 3), the standard for the healthy safety culture of the reference plant is suggested. SCIAM might contribute to improve the safety of the NPPs (Nuclear Power Plants) by monitoring the status of safety culture periodically and presenting the standard of healthy safety culture.

Keywords

safety culture;PSA;minimal cutsets;risk;safety culture impact index;safety culture impact assessment model

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : KETEP(Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning)