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Paper Title: A STUDY OF EFFECTIVENSS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF NUCLEAR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN
Authors Name: Dr Arshi Abbasi
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 8, August-2022
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Abstract: Nuclear disaster is the most dangerous hazard in the present scenario. It is important to launch the safety education campaign to the residents of the surrounding areas of any nuclear establishment in India to save their lives and to mitigate the effect of potential radiation exposures in case of any nuclear emergency. Keeping in view of nuclear emergency condition, which could arise in this area of Rajasthan, the Government of Rajasthan and nuclear power plant administrators had prepared and implemented a “Nuclear emergency preparedness plan” to safeguard the health and safety of the surrounding population of nuclear affected areas of Rajasthan and to protect the livelihood and public properties in the event of a nuclear emergency. The nuclear emergency preparedness plan of the Government of Rajasthan for Rajasthan Atomic Power Station was developed in pursuance of the directions received from Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India. The above plan is a mass awareness campaign to educate the surrounding population of nuclear affected areas of Rajasthan that provides the basis for planning, preparation and implementation of the various activities to achieve the above objectives. This plan is a conduct of education campaigns, trainings and mock drills at scheduled intervals to educate public about emergency preparedness and radiation effects. Need of study of is to review that arrangements are in place for a timely, managed, controlled, coordinated and effective response to any nuclear emergency at Rawatbhata Rajasthan site and to know about the myths of surrounding population of nuclear affected area about nuclear power plants and emergency preparedness plan. The proposed research is to study the effectiveness of implementation of “Nuclear emergency preparedness plan” on surrounding population of nuclear affected areas. The hypothesis established against the study was as “There is no effectiveness of implementation of the “Nuclear Emergency Preparedness plan” on the surrounding population of nuclear affected area. In the present study the researcher has chosen quantitative method to indicate the systematic way of procedures and to obtain fruitful results. The qualitative research which emphasis on the findings of effectiveness of awareness on nuclear emergency preparedness plan. The researcher has evaluated the effectiveness by using a self prepared observation checklist during conduction of mock drill nuclear emergency exercises in the nuclear affected areas of Rajasthan. During the observation in mock drill nuclear emergency exercises held, 28 numbers of observations were checked on overall effectiveness of nuclear emergency preparedness plan.. The above Table shows that 91% of people were following the activities related to all dimensions hence the effectiveness is observed as satisfactory, 9% of people were not followed the related activities during the conduction of mock drill nuclear emergency exercises. Hence the null sub hypothesis “There is no effectiveness of implementation of the “Nuclear emergency preparedness and response plan” on the surrounding population of nuclear affected area” is rejected.
Keywords: Nuclear emergency - is any event or incident due to nuclear accident which may cause serious hazard to life and property of an individual or a group of people. Emergency plan - plan formulated for responding to radiation or toxic gas accidents to mitigate consequences of the event. Emergency preparedness - is to ensure that arrangement are in place for a timely, managed, controlled, coordinated and effective response at the site to any emergency. Nuclear effected area - is the surrounding 16 km radius area from the centre of nuclear power establishment at RAPS, Rawatbhata which is prone to get affected in case of any nuclear emergencies at RAPS. Awareness program - the training program conducted to literate the population of the 16 KM radius area zone of RAPS, explaining them about the nature of off -site emergency, which could arise in these areas. Emergency exercise/Mock drill - An emergency exercise is a test of the emergency plan with particular emphasis on the co-ordination of the many interplaying component of the emergency response procedure and personnel/agencies. Emergency Plan - Plan formulated for responding to radiation or toxic gas accidents to mitigate consequences of the event. Stakeholder:A stakeholder is anyone who can affect or is affected by the actions of a corporation, organization or company. Here stakeholders means various people who lives in nuclear affected areas of Rajasthan
Cite Article: "A STUDY OF EFFECTIVENSS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF NUCLEAR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PLAN", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 8, page no.1036 - 1041, August-2022, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI2208175.pdf
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Page No: 1036 - 1041
Country: Kota, Rajasthan, India
Research Area: Social Science and Humanities 
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