The goal of the NPFA workshop is to meet and collaborate with colleagues, researchers, consultants, vendors and regulators to discuss any aspect of fatigue management for nuclear power plants. This is the forum for delivery and discussion of fatigue issues facing utility plant staff. The NPFA workshop is free.
The NPFA Workshop venue as well as room accommodation is at the Renaissance Hotel in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina.
New to the area, need training hours or just interested in a refresher of fatigue in Plant Management? Join us for a 3-hour training on the first morning of the workshop.
Join the conversation about promising new research and findings as well as essential learnings from day-to-day experiences.
Click a day below to see the full schedule.
Do you have research findings and experiences or workshop ideas that you would like to share? If so, please consider submitting an overview of your topic and credentials for steering committee evaluation. Workshop topics must be related to Nuclear Plant Fatigue Management for consideration. The deadline to submit your Presentation Abstract for consideration at the August, 2017 NPFA Workshop is April 21, 2017, by close of
business on that day.
If you have a presentation idea or topic, please review the Presentation Timeline prior to submiting your presentation abstract.
The NPFA Workshop is August 22, 23, and until noon on August 24, 2017. The workshop is free and will be held at the Renaissance Hotel Conference Center in Asheville, North Carolina. Need registration details? Go here.
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