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    JAEA-Review 2008-065

    IAEA ConvEx-3(2008)

    (2008 11 19)

    20087IAEAConvEx-32008ConvEx-32008IAEAIEC2 2BWR

    IAEAIECEAL

    ConvEx-32008

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    JAEA-Review 2008-065 Report on the Observation of IAEA International Emergency Response Exercise ConvEx-3(2008)

    Kazuya YAMAMOTO and Akihiro SUMIYA

    Nuclear Emergency Assistance and Training Center Japan Atomic Energy Agency Hitachinaka-shi, Ibaraki-ken

    (Received November 19, 2008)

    The International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA carried out a large-scale international emergency response exercise under the designated name of ConvEx-3(2008), accompanying the national exercise of Mexico in July 2008. This review report summarizes two simultaneous observations of the exercises in Mexico and the IAEA headquarter during ConvEx-3(2008).

    Mexico has established a very steady nuclear emergency response system based on that of US, while only two BWR nuclear power units have been operated yet. The Mexican nuclear emergency response system and the emergency response activities of the Incident and Emergency Centre of the IAEA headquarter impressed important knowledge on observers that is helpful for enhancement of Japanese nuclear emergency response system in the future, e.g. establishment of Emergency Action Level and of implementation of long time exercise and enhancement of prompt protective actions. Japan had established the Act on Special Measures Concerning Nuclear Emergency Preparedness and has developed the nuclear disaster prevention system since the JCO Criticality Accident in Tokai-mura. Now is the new stage to enhance the system on the view point of prevention of a nuclear disaster affecting the neighboring countries or prevention of a nuclear disaster which arise from the neighboring countries. The ConvEx-3(2008) suggested key issues about nuclear disaster prevention related to the neighboring countries, e.g. establishment of much wider environmental monitoring and of international assistance system against a foreign nuclear disaster. The observations of the IAEA ConvEx-3(2008) exercise described in this review report were funded by the MEXT (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology). Keywords: Nuclear Emergency Exercise, IAEA International Emergency Response Exercise, ConvEx-3, Exercise Observation

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    CONTENTS Introduction 1 The IAEA International Emergency Response Exercise ConvEx-3 3 The system of international emergency response and assistance of the IAEA 6

    3.1 Outline of the EPR-ENATOM 2007 6 3.2 Outline of the RANET 8

    Description of the ConvEx-3(2008) 14 4.1 Participating countries and international organizations 14 4.2 Exercise objectives of the ConvEx-3(2008) 15 4.3 Accident site information 19 4.4 Exercise scenario and scope 20

    The activities of the Incident and Emergency Centre of the IAEA during the exercise 27 5.1 Description of the Incident and Emergency Centre 27 5.2 State of the activities during the exercise 31

    State of the activities in Mexico during the ConvEx-3(2008) 39 6.1 The nuclear emergency response system of Mexico 39

    6.1.1 Outline of the PERE 39 6.1.2 Facilities related to nuclear emergency response 42

    6.2 State of the activities during the exercise 52 State of international assistance during the ConvEx-3(2008) 60

    7.1 Atmospheric dispersion forecast modelling and dose assessment 60 7.2 Aerial survey 61 7.3 Other international assistances 62

    Knowledge that is helpful for the Japanese nuclear emergency response . 63 8.1 Knowledge learned from the exercise of Mexico and

    IAEA Incident and Emergency Centre 63 8.2 Knowledge learned from the ConvEx-3(2008) about nuclear disaster prevention

    related to the neighboring countries 68 Summary 73 Acknowledgements 74 References 75 Appendix A Emergency Action Level . 78 Appendix B Response action in General Emergency case

    according to the EPR-ENATOM 2007 . 80 Appendix C Accident development scenario of the ConvEx-3(2008) . 83 Appendix D Source Term Data . 89 Appendix E Documents of the international assistance during the ConvEx-3(2008) . 90

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