ROAD MAP OF CSCA YEAR 2015

ROAD MAP OF CSCA YEAR 2015

CSCA has been conducting dissemination on Nuclear Security, Physical Protection, Nuclear Security Culture, and Assessment. It describes on how to apply self-assessment method to surveyees/respondents at BATAN Serpong. (it was started since December 2014)

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BATAN’S CSCA Develops Guideline for Nuclear Security Culture Implementation

BATAN’S CSCA Develops Guideline for Nuclear Security Culture Implementation

(Serpong, November 14th 2014) BATAN’s CSCA team conducts a scheduled meeting to set up drafting agenda.... readmore...

UK Nuclear Security Culture Programme

UK Nuclear Security Culture Programme
Nuclear Security Culture Workshop in Indonesia

The objective of this one week workshop is to provide a detailed understanding security culture, from both a conceptual and practical perspective, and .......

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Second Self Assessment Workshop on Security Culture in Nuclear Zone Serpong and Training course the-Trainer Workshop on Nuclear Security Culture

Second Self Assessment Workshop on Security Culture in Nuclear Zone Serpong and Training course the-Trainer Workshop on Nuclear Security Culture

To introduce nuclear security culture and to prepare the second self-assessment on nuclear security culture in BATAN,

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(Wina, 07/12/16). Preventing the theft of nuclear material and attacks and sabotage against nuclear installations is a challenge that governments, nuclear regulators and operators around the world are increasingly facing.
“Terrorism is a real threat that exists around the world and also in Indonesia. And it can affect nuclear security,” said Khairul Khairul, a senior nuclear security officer at Indonesia’s National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN), which operates three research reactors. “We need to strengthen the notion of nuclear security in our entire workforce by developing a strong nuclear security culture.”
“Historically, there has been a focus on nuclear safety and safety culture around the world, particularly after the Chernobyl accident in 1986. We now need to develop the same focus for security,” Khairul said.

(Serpong, 5/08/16). The 2nd Nuclear Security Culture Self-Assessment Result has been reported to the Chairman of BATAN, and also to all the Head of Centers in Serpong Nuclear Zone (PRSG,PTBBN, PTLR) along with several recommendations that have been prepared by the Team of Nuclear Security Culture Self-Assessment. It was submitted on 29 June 2016 by Dr. Anhar. This agenda will still be continued by Center for Security Culture and Assessment Team (CSCA) to all the personnel of Center for Multipurpose Reactor (PRSG). According to Khairul, as representative of CSCA, that it is very important to disseminate the 2nd Nuclear Security Culture Self-Assessment Report to all personnel so that each personnel/respondent understood the result, the achievement and also the constraints in implementing the security culture, especially the findings regarding the culture indicators that are still weak or already strong. Khairul, as the resource speaker who represent CSCA was invited by the Head of Center for Multipurpose Reactor to deliver that materials at the socialization event in front of PRSG personnel on 21 July 2016, Khairul said that this event need to be done gradually in the three working units that become the respondents, namely PRSG, PTBBN and PTLR. There are 277 respondents who involved in the self-assessment that came from those three centers.

(Serpong, 18/07/16). Since the enactment of the implementation of the Self-Assessment Culture Nuclear Security Phase 2 by the Head of BATAN, through Decree of Formation of the Implementation Team Self-Assessment Culture Security in June 2015, the team agreed to implement the 4 device of independent assessment referring to the technical guidelines of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA ) on "Self-Assessment of Nuclear Security Culture in Facilities and Activities That Use Nuclear and / or Radioactive Material.

Four self-assessment tools with the theme "Compliance Procedures" include surveys, interviews, document review, and observation. The self-assessment has been carried out throughout 2015,the respondents are BATAN employees in Nuclear Serpong Area (KNS). Employees consist of security officers, structural and non-structural employees.

From the results of the independent assessment, the general conclusion that the attitude of employees showed a positive attitude towards compliance procedures, which means in the mind (cognitive) and emotion (affective) the employees has had a tendency to be that adherence to procedure is important.

But at the level of behavior (conative) showed there are still employees who do not carry out compliance procedures.

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(Jakarta, 02/04/2016) One of the expert from Indonesia National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN), Khairul had the opportunity to participate in the Nuclear Industry Summit in US that actually held at the same time as the Nuclear Security Summit. Khairul is one of the expert in the field of physical protection system from BATAN, which was interviewed by VOA media during his participation at the Nuclear Industry Summit, below is the article:

The Increased Threat of Nuclear Misuse

(Source:VOAIndonesia.com) The leaders coming from more than 50 countries, including Indonesia met in the Nuclear Security Summit, that started on Thursday. The summit was held in the middle of increased concerns on nuclear material misuse.

Disasters often associated with natural events that threaten human safety. National Nuclear Energy Agency (BATAN) as a research institution should also be prepared with the technological disasters. This was conveyed by Chairman of BATAN, Djarot Sulistio Wisnubroto at the opening speech of Workshop on Nuclear Security Culture and Emergency Preparedness in Ara Hotel, Gading Serpong, on Monday (14/03).

Furthermore, Djarot said that in case of a real case of an emergency, employees or organizations may be ill-prepared to deal with it. Moreover, any statements related to the occurrence of a disaster or incident just saved, and not reused as material further learning.

"This is important from two things, namely signaling our readiness in case of emergency, and the second is to share information with organizations outside BATAN," he said.

The solution according to Djarot, is developing a nuclear security culture and further consider the mitigation of any incident or disaster.

"It is the right time for the employees of BATAN and the parties outside BATAN to exchange ideas and experiences, both regarding the security culture as well as on nuclear preparedness, so it can be the link between security interests and objectives of nuclear safety," he said.