Secure Transport Engagement: South Africa Agenda
Protea Fire and Ice Hotel Melrose Arch Johannesburg, South Africa
August 23—26, 2022
Tuesday, August 23, 2022
|09:00–10:00||Welcome and introductions||NNSA|
Module 1: Addressing Today’s Class 7 Transport Security ChallengesThis foundational module will provide an environment for the participants and visiting experts to share current challenges, providing the baseline for workshop discussions.
Host country presentations:
Module 2: Threat and Consequences with Discussions
Host Country: Discussion of Threat Challenges to Nuclear Security Transport RegimeThis module is intended to explore our partner’s understandings of current threats facing their transport security regime, as well as their state’s definition of unacceptable consequences.
Module 3: Transport Security Risk ManagementA global leader, Nuclear Transportation Solutions, will be invited to share current practices and experiences with global transportation of materials
|Nuclear Transport Solutions (NTS)*|
|16:00–16:30||Daily summary||Dave Duhamel|
Wednesday, August 24, 2022
Module 4: Transport Security Planning Roles and Responsibilities – Part 1
This interactive session will bring together participants representing the different stakeholders to explore a shipment from planning to execution.
Module 4: Transport Security Planning Roles and Responsibilities – Part 2Continuing the interactive session, this time will be dedicated to the exploration of the plan against potential malicious threats with attention to contingency plans.
Facilitated Discussion: Transport Security PlanningThis session will include industry experts for a facilitated panel discussion―highlighting key planning metrics as well as the incorporation of themes from the workshop.
Facilitated Discussion: Regulators Role in Security Planning, Inspections and VerificationThis facilitated panel discussion will focus on the regulator’s role while including lessons learned and good practices.
A Carrier Perspective on Transport SecurityThis facilitated discussion will focus on what constitutes a contingency plan, the coordination required with response agencies, as well as how the shipment integrates with their National Response Framework.
Facilitated Discussion: Contingency Planning and ResponseThis facilitated discussion will focus on what constitutes a contingency plan, the coordination required with response agencies, as well as how the shipment integrates with their National Response Framework.
Thursday, August 25, 2022
Module 6: Battleboard IntroductionAs a culminating exercise, facilitators and experts will lead the participants through a battleboard exercise. This will scenario-based learning tool provides situational discussions, highlighting key concepts from the workshop. All below sessions will be using the same battleboard format and platform while incorporating the evolving elements.
|10:00–10:30||Battleboard Team Assignment and Planning|
|10:45–11:15||Battleboard Planning (continued)||all|
|11:15–12:30||Battleboard Base Case with Debrief||all|
|13:30–15:00||Battleboard Team Reassignment and Planning||all|
|15:15–16:00||Battleboard Upgrade Case||all|
Friday, August 26, 2022
|09:00–10:00||Facilitated Question and Answer Session with All Participants and Feedback||ORNL|
|10:00–12:00||Bilateral Discussion and Next Steps||NNSA/Host|
|13:00–16:00||Tour of Host Country Facilities or Demonstrations||Host|