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Regulatory approach on human factors engineering of main control room modernization: A case of Kori-1 nuclear power plant in Korea

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3 Author(s)
Dhong Hoon Lee, ; Dept. Instrumentation & Control Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety. Daejeon, Korea ; Dai Il Kim, ; Choong Huei Chung,

The objective of this paper is to present the regulatory activities and issues on reviewing the control room modernization process, Kori 1 nuclear power plant of Korea. The staff of Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety will review the safety analysis report for attaining plant modification permit in the perspectives on “Human Factors Engineering” of Kori-1 NPP, based on current regulatory requirements and guidelines. The HFE review will be focused if the modification of the main control room affects the roles and tasks of operators and is potentially significant to plant’s overall safety. The focus of review activities and issues are presented in this paper. And, the implications of the overall results are discussed.

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Human Factors and Power Plants and HPRCT 13th Annual Meeting, 2007 IEEE 8th

Date of Conference:

26-31 Aug. 2007