Greg Lamarre

Greg Lamarre was appointed Head of Division - Radiological Protection and Human Aspects of Nuclear Safety at the Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA/RP-HANS) in March 2021. In this capacity, Greg is responsible for the implementation of the Division’s mandate as it relates to advancing nuclear safety across the NEA member countries specifically in the areas of radiological protection and the human aspects of nuclear safety.

Greg has over thirty years of experience as a systems engineer and leader in government, in an international organisation and previously in the military. He joined the NEA-OECD from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) in Ottawa where he was most recently the Director General, Safety Management Directorate. In this role, he was responsible for leading a number of divisions responsible for providing the organization with world-class technical expertise in the areas of safety management. He held progressively more senior roles at the CNSC in the areas of licensing and compliance of research facilities, safety management and emergency preparedness, security and safeguards. Greg also previously worked at the NEA-OECD for a three-year period as deputy head of the nuclear safety division. Prior to commencing his career in the nuclear industry, Greg served as a marine systems engineering officer in the Royal Canadian Navy.

A Canadian national, Greg holds undergraduate (Chemical Engineering) and graduate degrees (Nuclear Engineering) from the Royal Military College in Kingston Ontario and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Ottawa. He is a licensed professional engineer in his home province of Ontario.

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