Sistem safety and disasters- Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster


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Sistem safety and disasters- Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster

  1. 1. Ivona Vukotic Fukushima - Disaster that shook the world 1. How it took place A brief introduction about the history, explaining the series of events which led to this global disas- ter, and it’s causes. 2. Fukushima - A time Bomb? Explanation of events that took place before the actual catastrophe. Could it have been foreseen? Who were the actors? What were the reasons for the disaster? Further information on external fac- tors that led to the accident. Lead management and it’s reports concerning the event. Media heist which was already on for quite some time about the condition of the Fukushima nuclear power plant, unfortunately nobody listened. 3. External factors which led to the accident A thorough investigation on external factors (such as earthquake, tsunami, TEPCO, regulators and the government). 4. Internal factors which led to the accident Explanation of the through investigation on internal issues which led to the disaster. Mistakes made by unqualified and untrained labour. Malfunction of safety system and escape plan. 5. Theories Scientific theories which were used to explain this accident. A more concise explanation of the Human Reliability Theory (HRT), and Reason’s ‘Swiss Cheese Model’, 6. What could have been done to prevent the disaster from happening? Negligence of both Government outside the company, and management inside the company, unfortunately led those people to danger. Monopolistic behaviour of the energy industry in Japan. Insufficiently trained staff. 7. Conclusion Raising awareness on safety systems in companies, especially in risky environments such as nuclear power plants, and how we could save lives and prevent these kind of accidents. Discussing disaster's post-effects on global scale and it’s extreme consequences, that could, unfortunately, be prevented. 8. References Prime Minister of Japan and His Cabinet. (2011). Report of Japanese Government The National Diet of Japan. (2012). The official report of The Fukushima Nuclear Accident Inde- pendent Investigation Commission. Nakamura, A., & Kikuchi, M. (2011). What We Know, and What We Have Not Yet Learned Perrow, C., (2012). Fukushima and the inevitability of accidents. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Rivera, S.S., & Baziuk, P.A., & NúñezMcLeod, J.E. (2011, July 6-8). Fuzzy Uncertainties in Human Reliability Analysis.Prime Minister of Japan and His Cabinet. (2011). Report of Japanese Govern- ment to the IAEA Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Safety - The Accident at TEPCO's Fukushima Nuclear Power Stations