CNSC Participation in Events
Upcoming Events - 2013
IAEA – Workshop on Regulatory Supervision of Fuel Cycle Facilities
April 22- 26, 2013
The purpose of the workshop is to introduce participants to the current IAEA safety standards for fuel cycle facilities (FCFs), as well as to provide them with practical information on the effective application of these standards, with a focus on regulatory supervision. The workshop will also serve as a forum for the participating Member States to discuss their national practices and to exchange their experience on the subjects covered, including the implications of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident on the activities of their regulatory bodies, as well as to identify good practices and areas that need improvement with regard to regulatory supervision, licensing, license compliance and enforcement.
Niagara Falls, Ontario
May 5-8, 2013
The Annual Canada’s Energy and Utility Regulators Conference is CAMPUT's most significant undertaking. Each year, a member board or commission hosts this event. It is open to CAMPUT members, regulators, the utility industry, consultants, consumers, students and other interested parties. The main goal in setting the program content is to blend the fundamentals of utility regulation in Canada, with current energy related topics and emerging regulatory issues. In this way, the Conference continues to be relevant and practical to commissioners, technical staff, utility managers, consumers and industry stakeholders.
Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS) Annual Conference
The CNS Annual Conference gathers together scientists, engineers, technologists, senior management, government officials, and students. It is open to all those interested in nuclear science, nuclear engineering and technology, from across Canada and from other countries. The objective of this conference is to exchange views on how nuclear science and technology can best serve the needs of humanity, now and in the future. Plenary sessions will address Canadian and Global Energy and Environmental Developments, Communicating the Nuclear Message, Isotopes and Nuclear Medicine, Alternative Energy Technologies, and New Nuclear Technologies.
Canadian Standards Association 2013 Annual Conference and Committee Week
In a world of limited resources, governments and businesses are being challenged to think smarter and act more sustainably to achieve meaningful growth. The CSA Group's 2013 Annual Conference and Committee Week will explore solutions for achieving sustainable growth of leveraging technology and innovation, improving environmental performance, and thinking beyond today to create lasting, positive change.