United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Preserving the Lessons Learned from Fukushima

Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation
In the last seven years, the NRC and the nuclear industry have identified and implemented significant safety enhancements in response to the lessons-learned from the Fukushima Daiichi accident.  To ensure a lasting benefit, an important next step is to capture and retain not only the lessons-learned, but how and why the Agency responded the way it did.  This important historical event has and will continue to shape the NRC’s regulatory programs.  Preserving this knowledge for future generations is important to ensure we continue to learn from this event.

NRC staff is leveraging a variety of knowledge management tools to capture and retain this important historical information for future generations.  This poster will describe some of the knowledge management activities that are taking place today.

Page Last Reviewed/Updated Monday, June 04, 2018