The overall objective of work package 3 was to contribute to the development of strategies, guidance and tools for the management of contaminated products, taking into account the views of producers, processing and retail industries, and consumers. This will help in designing and strengthening the preparedness plans for post-accidental situations at the national and local levels in European countries.
National stakeholder panels were established in 11 European countries (Belgium, Finland, France and Switzerland, Greece, Ireland, Norway, Portugal, Spain, The Netherlands, United Kingdom). The Workshop was an opportunity to discuss and share the lessons and conclusions of the panel meetings in the presence of national stakeholders (consumers, producers, retailers), international organisations (European Commission, FAO, OECD-NEA, IAEA, HERCA, ICRP) and Japanese colleagues involved in the management of contaminated products after the Fukushima accident (CRIEPI, University of Fukushima, producers and consumers, NGO’s).
CERAD participated in the workshop and presented results from the Norwegian stakeholder panels organised by CERAD, NRPA and the County Governor of Rogaland.