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Encouraging Dialogue Between Law Enforcement, Regulators and Operators to Strengthen Radioactive Source Security

10 June 2024 - 12 June 2024 Online, Selected Audience
Workshop on autonomous and remotely operated systems: Benefits and challenges to nuclear security


Are you involved in securing radioactive sources?

Are you responsible for the regulatory oversight of radioactive source security?

Are you involved in detecting or responding to incidents involving radioactive sources out of regulatory control?

Would you like to learn more about how you can interact with other stakeholders who are concerned with each of these aspects of securing radioactive sources or responding to their loss of regulatory control?

Then sign up for this workshop to:

  • Hear from experts about the importance of dialogue between these key actors in radioactive source security to strengthen the protection and security of sources;
  • Engage with other participants and subject matter experts on the topic in an interactive manner; and
  • Understand how detection and response can support prevention measures in relation to radioactive source security.


This workshop will

  • Bring together experts from competent authorities responsible for regulation development, as well as for detection and response to MORC, and end users of radioactive materials.
  • Enable a discussion of the lessons that may be learned from real MORC cases, including those involving investigations and prosecutions, that will strengthen control of radioactive material, from both the regulator and operator perspective.
  • Strengthen the dialogue between these important stakeholders who contribute to the prevention, detection and response to radioactive sources out of regulatory control.


The target audience for this online workshop are:

  • Radioactive source end users,
  • Regulators,
  • Law enforcement agencies,
  • Customs officials,
  • Government officials,
  • International organisations,
  • Non-governmental organisations,
  • Academia.

WINS promotes gender equality diversity and inclusion in all its events. Women and people with diverse gender identities are encouraged to attend this roundtable and to contribute to the discussions.


DATE:   10-12 June 2024

DURATION:  150 minutes per session

TIME:  14.00 – 16.30  CEST (GMT 1)


Contact Information

Rhonda Evans   Rhonda Evans
Head of Programme Development
+43 1710651914

Luka Cekic   Luka Čekić
Project Administrative Assistant
+43 676 3958 136


Online Event

Selected Audience