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The Quality Management System of the HAEA successfully passes the test

2015.03.27

After its successful audit, the ISO 9001 Quality Management System Certification of the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority is valid for another three years. The HAEA staff has been preparing itself for the audit for several months revising and updating all the processes, workflows and the quality management document of the organization.

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The most important indicators of the Budapest Research Reactor on the HAEA website

2015.03.24

Following the publication of the latest service data of Paks Nuclear Power Plant the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority has made the most important operational indicators of the Budapest Research Reactor available on its website. The real-time radiation data delivered by measuring station in the vicinity of the Research Reactor are also made public.

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Follow the HAEA on Facebook, too

2015.03.02

The Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority has launched its Facebook profile to have a more effective and transparent communication. Followers get updates about our news (in Hungarian) which are more comfortably available from now on.

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New Chairman at ENSRA: the Former Chairman Visits Hungary

2015.02.26

On 20 February, Mr Kristóf Horváth, Deputy Director General of the HAEA and Chairman of the ENSRA (European Nuclear Security Regulators’ Association) met with his predecessor Mr Rony Dresselaers, Director of the Belgian Federal Agency of Nuclear Control (FANC) at the HAEA headquarters. They discussed plans for 2015 and ongoing matters.

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Visit of Bulgarian Experts at the HAEA

2015.02.04

In January 2015 four experts of the Bulgarian Nuclear Regulatory Agency (BNRA) led by Ms Krasimira Ivanova paid a one-week scientific visit to the Hungarian Atomic Energy Authority (HAEA) supported by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). As part of the program HAEA professionals gave them an overview of the organization, implementation and review of trainings and exercises related to emergency preparedness and response (EPR).

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