ENSREG - The European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group is a high-level independent, advisory expert body of the European Commission created in 2007 to address issues related to nuclear safety and the safe management of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste.
ENSREG is composed of senior officials from the national nuclear safety, radioactive waste and spent fuel regulatory authorities from all Member States in the European Union and representatives of the European Commission.
ENSREG’s role is to help to establish the conditions for continuous improvement and to reach a common understanding in the areas of nuclear safety and radioactive waste management. ENSREG also provides a platform to share best practice and technological improvements.
As an independent expert advisory body, ENSREG is working to:
ENSREG established four working groups (WGs) to undertake its work programme. In order to enhance the coordination of international cooperation, the WG4 was merged in 2016 within WG1 as a Task Group. At present, there are following active working groups:
Working groups meet as necesarry and report back to ENSREG, which meets at least twice a year. ENSREG submits a report to the European Council and European Parliament on its activities every two years. Experts from UJD SR, who are also nominated to the ENSREG working groups, are actively involved in the preparation, commenting and approval of EU legislative and non-legislative documents.
During its 38th Plenary Meeting, held on 25th March 2019, UJD SR Chairperson Dr. Marta Žiaková was appointed as ENSREG Chairperson for the following period.
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