All sessions will be held using English/Spanish Remote Simultaneous Interpretation TS-CCAM seeks to increase awareness of the specific threats and risks associated with the transport of nuclear and other radioactive materials.
This virtual series is jointly hosted by the Mexican National Commission for Nuclear Safety and Safeguards (CNSNS) and The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) of the United States of America. It is designed to promote regional dialogue about the need to secure these materials during transport.
The objective is to provide a forum for leaders of nuclear and radiological security to discuss the threats, challenges, methods, and best practices regarding transport security and identify potential solutions for enhancing the security of radioactive and nuclear materials during transport.
- Competent Authorities
- Regulatory organizations with responsibilities that may involve transport for Class 7 dangerous goods
- National security, law enforcement, or response organizations who are responsible for developing and implementing security-related policies and procedures that govern the transportation of nuclear and radioactive materials
- Other governmental agencies that have a role in oversight, threat assessments, or response to a malicious event during transport
The following practitioners are also invited to attend and share diverse perspectives that help enrich dialogue and strengthen the sense of community: representatives from Ministries of Foreign Affairs, private operators, carriers, shippers/receivers, and industry representatives.