World Nuclear Forum 193
Public safety by truth, clear and unbiased information
Dozens of Nuclear and Radiological senior scientists and key personnel from the fields of security, medicine, agriculture, industry
analyze the information and make it accessible in a simple, understandable language to everyone. No interests except yours!
Who we are
The World Nuclear Forum 193 is a forum of about 70 scientists and senior representatives in the fields of nuclear and radiology. About 40 forum members from Israel plus 30 scientists from 25 different countries including Canada, USA, Germany, Malaysia, India, UK, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Ukraine, Finland and more. Each forum member is an expert in the field of nuclear and radiology and comes from various disciplines: academia, industry, establishment, research institutes, security, equipment, with real experience in nuclear incidents, hospitals and more.
In-depth Issues Analysis
In-depth analysis and discussion of professional issues such as dirty bomb, HEMP, reactor safety, hospital radiation risks and incident assessments, threat levels and realization of countries or terrorist organizations to use nuclear weapons and more.
Emergency Preparedness Plan for your organization
Initial, concise planning so that your organization is not caught totally unprepared during a nuclear or radiological incident such as Transport of radioactive materials, Theft of materials, Dirty Bombs or God forbid a nuclear explosion.
legislation & Regulations
Treatment of legislation / hour regulations / instructions and state guidelines and their adaptation to the general public, including access to public information to prevent public opposition Nuclear Power reactors (NPPs).
Nuclear is good
Nuclear is safe
Nuclear is effective
You just have to understand it
Nuclear is found in almost every area of our lives - medicine, nutrition, food, safety, research and even low-level radiation is healthy.
Anything you don't understand is Scary - The problem with radiation is that you don't see it, you don't hear it and you don't feel it - which is why it is so easy to scare people without professional knowledge. It is very easy to be intimidated by pictures and stories of nuclear damage - the same can be done with car accidents, aircraft accidents, fires and war.
This is exactly where the WNF-193 comes into the picture - We study, research, ask the hard questions and only then draw conclusions without interests to submit the conclusions simply and clearly.
In terms of numbers - nuclear energy is the safest, cheapest, most stable and most reliable - but, yes, you must understand it and know the truth. Those who check the numbers learn that the nuclear leads in almost every parameter you check - and we check.