Canadian Nuclear Society
 Société Nucléaire Canadienne   Section d’Ottawa

                             CNS Ottawa Branch Meeting

Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station
T
sunami Hazard Assessment
Derek Mullin
Senior Technical Advisor, Reactor Safety
Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station

 
Date:              Tuesday 24th October 2017

Location:      The Royal Canadian Air Force Officers' Mess
                       158 Gloucester St., Ottawa (between Bank and O’Connor)

Time:             6:30 pm         Cash bar opens for mix & mingle
                       7:00 pm          Talk starts

On Tuesday 24th October, the Ottawa Branch of the Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS) is pleased to host a presentation by Mr. Derek Mullin, Senior Technical Advisor in the Reactor Safety Department at Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station.  

The presentation will discuss the tsunami that adversely impacted the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant; and, the resulting work that was done to consider transatlantic tsunamigenic sources and their potential impact on, or hazard for, Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station given that it is exposed to the Atlantic Ocean.

Join us at this fine venue, greet new colleagues and former colleagues you have not seen for some time, and join in what will undoubtedly be an interesting discussion period.

Both CNS members and non-members are welcome (there is no fee for admission).

For more information on this event please contact Wei Shen ( wei.shen@canada.ca ).

 




Mr. Derek Mullin is a Senior Technical Advisor in the Reactor Safety Department at Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. He was worked for more than 28 years in the nuclear industry in the areas of risk and reliability, safety system engineering and regulatory affairs.  He led the development of the first full-scope Level 1 and Level 2 Probabilistic Safety Assessment for the Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station, and led the recent reassessment of tsunamis and earthquakes using state-of-the-art methods and current knowledge base. 

He has been endorsed by the Government of Canada as a Canadian expert at international expert and consultancy meetings including; protection against extreme earthquakes and tsunamis; evaluation of design safety; and, development of emergency action levels and operator intervention levels in support of the Romanian National Commission for Nuclear Activities

He is the current chair of the New Brunswick branch of the Canadian Nuclear Society.